Zachary Quinto is an American actor and producer. In the early 2000s, he guest starred in television series and appeared in a recurring role in the serial drama 24. Quinto portrayed series antagonist Sylar in the science fiction drama Heroes, and was cast as Spock on the Star Trek franchise. [read more]
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Zach visited the Stephen Colbert show last Friday, to promote Star Trek Beyond. And specially because of it, he paid tribute to late Anton Yelchin, who died last June 19.
Stephen offered his condolences for this latest death in the family, just a year after the death of original Spock Leonard Nimoy.
“Beautiful, beautiful guy,” Zachary said of Anton. “I don’t even know how to talk about it. We already knew that this would be a really bittersweet experience because of the loss of Leonard last year, but this has just been absolutely devastating for all of us.”
Stephen noted that they had been working together since 2007 when they shot the first “Star Trek” movie.
“I think our goal has to be to just celebrate his incredible life and honor him as much as we can,” Zachary continued. “It’s a terrible loss, not just to us personally but to the industry and audiences. He was such a talent.” Zachary said the cast really is close, and maybe they had taken each other for granted.
You can watch the video in our archive, also screen captures are added in our gallery.
Zachary is cover of Hamptons Magazine, on its Labor Day issue. On the interview, he talks a little bit about his next project Snowden:
Speaking of making connections, you just worked with one of your all-time favorites, Oliver Stone, on this December’s Snowden, the biopic about Edward Snowden. What was that like?
The experience was awesome. I loved working with Oliver Stone. I’ve been a fan of his movies from such a young age. I remember when JFK came out, I was obsessed with it. There’s just something about his brand of storytelling and his style that is so natural. Working with him was a real honor. We got along really well.
You play real-life journalist Glenn Greenwald, who in some ways is one of the heroes in this story.
I have a lot of respect for his passion and his intelligence. He’s an incredibly smart man, and it was really great to get to know his points of view a little bit through playing him. Something Glenn talks a lot about is this idea that it’s easy to go through our lives and to have the sense of “If we are being watched, I don’t have anything to hide. And if [watching us] helps keep us safer, then all right.” The problem with that mentality is that you don’t take into account what could happen in the future. For any number of reasons a person could all of a sudden find himself in the position of being opposed to the government and taking a stand or becoming part of movement that is taking a stand that could be considered confrontational. Then because of this mass surveillance, you have all this information like the “cloud.” I learned a lot about how easy it is to hack into our phones, computers, and [web] cams—which I now have a piece of tape over all the time. It made me not paranoid, just aware of how to communicate and when to be careful. Being a part of something like this film is like looking down the barrel at something.
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.
As posted below, Zach did an interview Thursday (19) to AOL BUILD Speakers series. I won’t upload the interview to our video archive due its size – it’s a 30 minutes long video – but you can watch in full on UK TV Guide website (thanks Diana Lyons for the heads up!). Screen captures are uploaded in our gallery.
Because Zach doesn't seem to be comfortable whenever the paparazzi are following him, I have decided not to post any of the photos they take on this website. This means you will not find any photos of him out and about in our gallery, nor any photos that I feel might be too personal to be shared. I respect Zach's privacy, and I hope you guys do too.