A thread in which we discuss celebrities - rumored to be gay or not - who have nevertheless remained single well past the age when most marry.Perfect example - the almost 37 year-old Leonardo Di Caprio.

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While it's true that increasing numbers of Americans are single, it's still relatively uncommon in the U. for an adult to go through life without marrying at all.

Take these 2008 statistics from the Census Bureau, for example (the most recent I could find):-- For men ages 40 to 44, 19.7% have never married.-- For men ages 45 to 54, 14.3% have never married.-- For men ages 75 and over, only 3.8% have never married.-- For women ages 40 to 44, 13.5% have never married.-- For women ages 45 to 54, 10.3% have never married.-- And for women ages 75 and over, only 3.8% have never married. In the case of certain celebrities, I think they are simply just too selfish to be married.

In the future, it's likely that fewer and fewer people will be marrying, so these figures will change. Claims he was in a long term relationship, but has never been see with who ever it was in public. Has very diligently feveloped the reputation of being a complete whore as far as women go. I get tired of seeing the same half dozen names trotted out when we talk about closet cases. I think most men and women in that stratosphere find no reason to be committed when they can get whoever and whatever they want.

I assure you people like Leo do not have the same pressures as "most people."It depends on what you mean by married, OP. or does a partnership that's basically a marriage count? Jodie was or is in a relationship that's a marriage so was Melanie Mayron for years.

Sandra Bullock would have owned this thread a few years ago.

I think Leo is gay but I don't think he qualifies as an "older" celebrity.

He's only 35 and it's not that unusual for a man that age to be single.

An "older" but still single celebrity is Dana Delany.

At the age of 54, she still says in interviews that she's not the maryying kind.[quote]I assure you people like Leo do not have the same pressures as "most people." Most people find "playing the field" emotionally unsatisfying after thirty.