Zachary visited last night the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to talk about his new play Smokefall. He talked about his soulless “I’m going to murder you” roles, his heavy-laden brow, and his relationship with the late Leonard Nimoy.
I’ve never known anybody–we actually lost Leonard a year ago on the 27th of this month, so much love to him and his family as always–but I’ve never met somebody actually who so fully embodied a sense of fulfillment in their life. I really haven’t. He was such a tremendous artist and philanthropist and generous person and so intelligent and I miss him all the time. I really miss him so much at this point, obviously, marking the anniversary of his passing. He was one of the greatest gifts that my career has brought into my personal life for sure.
Check the full interview in our archive, plus screencaptures in our gallery.
Zachary Quinto has narrated United Nations (UN) Free & Equal video on the social and economic costs of LGBT exclusion. Free & Equal is a UN campaign for LGBT equality.
Do you know how much discrimination really costs?
Rates of poverty, homelessness, depression and suicide have been found to be far higher among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people than in the general population. But it’s not just LGBT people who pay the price. We all do. Every LGBT child thrown out of home and forced to miss out on education is a loss for society. Every LGBT worker denied their rights is a lost opportunity to build a fairer and more productive economy.
These losses are entirely self-inflicted. With different laws and policies in place and a different mind-set, we could and would achieve a more free and equal world – that is more prosperous too!
Watch below this new interview Zach did to Gold Derby, talking about The Slap (which he’s Emmy eligible this year), producing The Chair (also eligible as reality TV), Heroes and 24 return.
Zach visited Conan show yesterday, to talk about The Slap, his appearance on Girls, the new Oliver Stone’s film, and his relationship with Leonard Nimoy. You can find the interview in our video archive, also screen captures are added in the gallery.