Cheyenne Jackson is ready to storm the pop music scene -- and his latest effort just might be his sexiest yet.
In the video for "Don't Wanna Know," the Broadway and TV hunk pines over a long-lost love and cavorts with hunky construction workers while strolling downtown streets.
"Don't Wanna Know" is the third single from the "Glee" and "30 Rock" veteran's forthcoming album "Drive," which is due for release next spring.
San Diego audiences remember Jackson for his brilliant performance in "The Green," shown in June 2011 at the 13th annual FilmOut San Diego LGBT Film Festival at Birch North Park Theatre. "The Green" won top honors at the festival.
Under the category of 2011 FilmOut Festival Awards, “The Green” won Best Narrative Feature (for screenwriters Paul Marcarelli and Molly Pearson), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Cheyenne Jackson), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Illeana Douglas) and Best Direction (Steve Williford).
Under the category of 2011 FilmOut Audience Awards, “The Green” also won Best Actor in a Feature Film (Jason Butler Harner). “The Green,” presented by SDGLN and SDPIX magazine, was the Closing Night selection and was one of the top draws at the festival.
"The Green" explores how homophobia transforms a small Connecticut town that first welcomed the gay couple from New York into a community that leaped to the conclusion that the teacher was guilty before proven innocent of child-abuse charges.
In September 2011, Jackson married his longtime partner Monte Lapka.
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