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This week, in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actor reveals what led him to his decision, and he also candidly discusses "Isaiahgate," coming out of the closet, and leaving his friends at Seattle Grace.This fall, Knight was surprised to see his character George O'Malley all but vanish from the show -- for the first nine episodes of season 5, he appeared on screen a total of only 48 minutes, compared to 114 for Sandra Oh's Christina."I feel I've learned so much this past year, so yeah, that changes you," Knight tells De Generes."But as far as the dating, recently Kate and her fiancé Josh Kelly and me and her mom went out to dinner, and it was reported that it was with me and my new boyfriend.They’ll be happy for you regardless if they actually attend or not. He had already made up his mind to pursue an acting career and earn a name and fame through it. He went on to earn the Conners Foundation Scholarship as a freshman and then went on to study in Children’s Theatre Company. He began studying at the Academy of Holy Angels based in Richfield.As a result, he has not been in any controversy yet.
And once George went MIA from the beginning of season 5, the star came to the conclusion that his character had "expired." Today, Knight is at peace with his choice to leave: "There just comes a time when it's so clear that moving on is the best decision," he says.But in the end, I need to be fulfilled in my work." For more on T. Knight -- including how he felt when George was back-burnered, what he really thought of the "Gizzie" story line, and where you can see him next-- plus what's in store for the other docs on Grey's Anatomy, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday July 24.I guess there have been a few questions about my sexuality, and I'd like to quiet any unnecessary rumors that may be out there."From an outsider's perspective, I get the [impression that] 'He's just a spoiled actor..doesn't know how good he has it,'" he says.