In its 17th annual OUT100 issue, which is "a roll call of 100 men and women who have made 2011 a year to remember," Out magazine commemorates the year's most influential and inspirational gays, lesbians and transgendered people.
Photographer Gavin Bond shot this year’s portfolio, which can be previewed at Out.com. The complete OUT100 list will be revealed Nov. 17 and culminates with an exclusive, star-studded celebration in New York City at Skylight SoHo.
Other honorees that were announced and are given a sneak peek on the magazine's website include model Andrej Pejic; Dustin Lance Black, the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of "Milk"; Gareth Thomas, the Welsh rugby player who came out in December 2009; J. Paul Oetken, who was the first gay man to be appointed to the federal bench; and Geri Jewell, who is best known for her role on "The Facts of Life" and published her autobiography, "I’m Walking as Straight as I Can," earlier this year.
O'Malley, who currently stars as Elder McKinley in The Book of Mormon, is also the co-founder of Broadway Impact. Domingo is currently working on the films "Red Hook Summer," directed by Spike Lee, and "Lincoln," directed by Stephen Spielberg. Doyle, who currently plays Billy Naracott in War Horse, also stars in the movie "Private Romeo," a gay version of Romeo & Juliet.
For more information, visit www.out.com/OUT100.