From 1993 through 1998, Gyllenhaal would land even more acting roles, including a brief stint in the television series Homicide: Life on the Street.
Currently, there are no any rumors of his personal life and professional career as well.
But hey - wasn't the premiere of your movie last Friday?
As we learned the hard way not long back, , the meandering opening to Tables for Two—or rather, the excuse to bring up the story about Brad Pitt having worked at El Pollo Loco, where he was made to dress up like a chicken—mentions that Jake Gyllenhaal frequents new-ish Midtown Italian restaurant Insieme because "As a teen-ager, [Gyllenhaal] washed dishes for the chef Marco Canora, who was in the midst of his first big-time gig, at Tom Colicchio's Craft." Hmm!
So when he wants to visit the restaurant, Gyllenhaal simply calls Canora and comes by with his mother.
But we're going to go with Chris (even though his people have also been heard defending Chris and Jake's relationship by saying that they've been friends since childhood), because, clearly, Jake has had a thing for chefs for forever.
(That was sarcastic.) There are two camps of crazy gays these days: the other camp thinks that Jake and actor Austin Nichols were until recently dating.
Fans love it when Jake Gyllenhaal goes shirtless in movies, showing off his hairy chest and abs, driving both gay and straight audiences crazy.
He began acting at the young age of 10 (Wikipedia), appearing in his first movie, City Slickers, [starring Billy Crystal] playing the part of Danny Robbins (IMDB).
Although Nichols had guest appearances in Sliders, Odd Man Out, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Family Law, Watching Ellie, and Wolf Lake before his graduation, his big break came in 2002 when he appeared as Brenda Chenowith's lover in two episodes of Six Feet Under.