Rob Gronkowski and Jeffrey Tambor to the rescue! Terry Bradshaw was the laughing stock of the NFL when he got a stain on his shirt at the Super Bowl, but luckily the guys know just how to handle it. Check out the hilarious Tide commercial here!
Congrats are in order! Jeffrey Tambor took home the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series on Jan. 30. His work in Amazon’s ‘Transparent’ was honored for being outstanding, and that’s because it was!
So exciting! Jeffrey Tambor took home his very first Screen Actors Guild Awards for his role as a transgender woman in Transparent. The actor accepted his award at the Jan. 30 ceremony and dedicated it to those in the transgender community who aren’t as fortunate as his character, Maura Pfefferman.
Jeffrey Tambor gave one of the most touching acceptance speeches at the Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 11. The ‘Transparent’ star won the award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy, but he didn’t just thank his inner circle. Instead, Jeffrey dedicated his win to the transgender community.
Jeffrey Tambor, 70, is a class act. The star of Amazon’s Transparent really resonated with members of the LGBTQ community as he dedicated his Best Actor in a Television Series Drama win at the Golden Globes to the courage, inspiration and patience propelling the progression of the transgender community on Jan. 11. We really think his speech deserved it’s own award!
The series finale of ‘Raising Hope’ aired on April 4 and wrapped up the series perfectly with a wedding, ‘Danny’s Song,’ and Jeffrey Tambor getting punched in the face.
Parting is such sweet sorrow. On April 4, the series finale of Raising Hope aired and while the show has definitely left us too soon at only four seasons, it was able to wrap up properly and gave fans of the critically acclaimed series some closure. Read on for our full recap and find out how the Chance family fares in Raising Hope‘s final episode!
The series finale of ‘Raising Hope’ is set to air April 4, and Jeffrey Tambor is returning to guest star as Virginia Chance’s estranged father! Click through to watch a sneak peek!
Far too soon, FOX will be airing the series finale of Raising Hope on April 4 — but it’s definitely going out with a bang! Not only does Jeffrey Tambor reprise his role as Virginia Chance’s (Martha Plimpton‘s) estranged father, Arnold, but wedding bells will ring, and Kenny Loggins makes an appearance! Click through to watch the sneak peek and to hear what the cast have to say about their final episode.
Prepare yourself, Arrested Development fans! We’ve got more details on the AD movie, straight from George Bluth Sr. himself!
It sometimes feels like bringing Arrested Development to the big screen is a process that just keeps crawling by or stopping altogether, but we have finally got good news for Bluth family devotees! Jeffrey Tambor tells us exclusively the AD movie is well on it’s way to theaters!