Michael Landon's Handsome Gay Son Is the Proud Father of a Cute Boy
Christopher Landon is best known as the writer of the "Paranormal Activity" movies, but now he’s a family man.
Michael Landon’s openly gay son first announced that he was a father with a picture of his then week-old son on Instagram promising fans many more photos to come.
The film writer and director is Michael’s youngest son from his marriage to Lynn Noe, and he has certainly kept his promise about keeping the images coming.
Christopher publicly came out as gay in 1999, to the surprise of many Michael's fans. Since then, he has unashamedly been open about his sexuality and the men that he dates.
He settled down with Cody Morris, and the pair decided that they wanted to start a family of their own.
They named their son Beau Landon Morris. Since Christopher and Cody chose to keep their own last names, they decided that their son should have both.
"A week ago today, our son was born. Insta meet Beau Landon Morris. He is the light of our lives. Get ready for endless posts," wrote Christopher in the caption.
Unsurprisingly, Landon’s famous father helped him to get a foot in the door in Hollywood. Michael is best known for his role in "Little House on the Praire."
Michael passed away in 1991 due to pancreatic cancer, when Christopher was only sixteen years old.
The filmmaker has been as successful as his father in the entertainment industry but with a different role. In addition to the "Paranormal Activity" movies, he also wrote the 2007 thriller film "Disturbia," starring Shia LaBeouf.
He made his directorial debut with "Burning Palms," a satirical thriller that premiered in nine years, and also directed "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones."
Little Beau is almost two years old, and there has been no hint of a sibling on the horizon yet.