He said he banned sex in cast trailers, in an attempt to stamp out romances between the young actors spiralling out of control and to maintain discipline. He admitted he often felt like “the dad" on set and despite the long production days and the physical demands he insisted they be professional and not act on their urges on set.
“I"ve certainly dated people I"ve worked with and, you know, when you work on a set for 18 hours a day I think it"s natural," the Telegraph quoted him as telling Heat magazine. “But I have a rule: don"t do it in your trailer. They"ve broken that rule on many occasions.
“I"m like, 'I know you guys are young and hormonal, but don"t do it in your trailer". I"m the dad, that"s what I say"," he added.
London, (ANI): The creators of musical comedy-drama 'Glee" have been forced to issue a 'no sex" on-set order after it emerged that some of the cast members broke rules banning romantic contact during production. Ryan Murphy, one of the creators and producers of the show, was forced to issue the special guidelines for the series" young actors after the breach of the on-set rules.