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David Karofsky wants you to know he’s not now and never was a bully who beats up gay Ohio high school kids in a twisted effort to cope with his own same-sex attractions.
That’s just the character named after him on the popular TV show “Glee” (8 p.m. tonight on Fox). The real Karofsky is actually a 40-year-old, straight, married father of two in Framingham, Mass. He also was childhood friends with Hollywood writer Brad Falchuk, creator of Fox’s second-year musical dramedy in which students in Lima, Ohio, break out in song more often than they sit for exams.
It turns out, Falchuk does this a lot with folks he knew from Beaver Country Day School, a private school in Brookline, Mass., from which he graduated in 1989. There was a real Rachel Berry at the school. And student Noah “Zuck” Zuckerman gave rise, at least in name, to bad boy Noah “Puck” Puckerman. Another “Glee” bully character, Azimio Adams, as well as Sean Fretthold, a paralyzed football player who appeared in one first-season episode, also echo names of Falchuk’s classmates.
“Like many writers, I use all sorts of people from my past when naming the characters, but none of the characters we create are based on the people whose names I’ve used,” Falchuk said in an e-mail to AOL News. “Since the show has been on, I’ve heard from a few of those whose names I’ve used, and they’ve all thought it was very funny to have characters on television bearing their names.”
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