‘Stranger Things’ Star Says He’S ‘More Similar’ To This Character

Actor Noah Schnapp Of "Stranger Things" Said He Is "More Similar" To His Fictional Character Than He Initially Anticipated.

Noah Schnapp Who Plays Will Byers On The Hit Netflix Series "Stranger Things"

Has Said That He Has More In Common With Will Byers Than He Initially Assumed

The 18-Year-Old Actor Published A Tiktok Video On Thursday In Which He Declares His Sexual Orientation

"When I Finally Informed My Friends And Family I Was Homosexual After Being Afraid In The Closet For 18 Years

All They Replied Was "We Know "" The Text That Appears On Screen In The Film Reads

In The Video Schnapp Beams While Lip-Syncing To The Line "You Know What It Never Was? That Grave

Never Was It That Serious. It Won'T Ever Be That Serious To Be Honest.

Schnapp Wrote "I Suppose I'M More Similar To Will Than I Imagined" As The Post'S Caption Beneath The Video

Will Byers Played By Schnapp Is A Key Character In The Popular Netflix Series

"Stranger Things" And In The Most Recent Fourth Season

He Declares His Love For His Friend Mike (Played By Finn Wolfhard)

It'S "100% Evident That [Will] Is Gay" According To Schnapp Who Stated This To Variety In July

And His Character Has Been Dealing With This Throughout The Entire Series (A Feeling Most Viewers Had Picked Up On)

Many Words Of Love And Support Were Left On Schnapp'S Tiktok On Thursday

Schnapp Has Essentially Matured In Front Of The Camera Much Like His

"Stranger Things" Co-Stars Since The Show'S 2016 Premiere