'Cucumber's Freddie Fox on sexuality: 'I wouldn't want to limit myself'

With just a week to go until the show's launch, Cucumber star Freddie Fox discussed his sexuality, saying that he would not ever "limit" himself. The 25-year-old - who has previously played gay characters in Pride and Boy George biopic Worried About the Boy - told the London Evening Standard that filming the hotly-anticipated Channel 4 show made him realise that "we're all on a sliding scale" sexually. CUCUMBER "My relationships have all been with women up to this point", he said, adding, "but that does not mean they will be for the rest of my life. "I would not want to limit myself in that way. That would be utterly ridiculous." Of the show's more explicit scenes, Fox added that although sex scenes tend to be "famous for their lack of sexiness and passion when it comes to filming them, these ended up being really involving, sexy experiences." You can see the cast of Cucumber and Banana in the new issue of Attitude, where Freddie he teases that his bisexual character - confusingly also called Freddie - has been "hard-wired to f**k" - click here to find out more. If you want to learn a little more about the cast and take a look at them on the shoot, watch our exclusive behind-the-scenes video here. You can read our full interview with Freddie – as well as the rest of the cat of Cucumber and its sister show Banana - in the new issue of Attitude,  available to download to your mobile, iPad or tablet device now at Pocketmags.com/Attitude. The issue will be out in shops this Wednesday (January 7) and you can also have it delivered directly to your door at newsstand.co.uk. Cucumber starts Thursday January 22 on Channel 4 at 9pm, followed by Banana on E4 at 10pm and Tofu on 4OD. att253_COVER   More stories: Watch: Ellen responds to accusations she's turning kids gay in the best way possible Former 'Neighbours' star Caitlin Stasey: 'I am mostly gay'