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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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16 Mar, 2015
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The second episode of Zachary guest starring on Girls aired last night, and you can find now screen captures and clips of his scenes in our archive. This time he has more screen time (5 minutes), and according to Vulture, this is the worst Girls character ever. :D
Zachary was listed for two episodes only so this might be the closure of his appearance on Girls.

13 Mar, 2015
Luciana

Zach was in a single scene of last night’s “The Slap”, and screencaptures are now added in our gallery:

06 Mar, 2015
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Zach was interviewed by the great Peter Travers, to talk about The Slap. Check it:

06 Mar, 2015
Luciana

The current issue of Vogue Italy brings ‘The Independents’ with Nimphomaniac‘s Mia Goth on cover. The story won’t say much but they have a video featuring Zach (and Miles McMillan) among other actors and models, which you can watch below:

This month’s issue of Vogue Italia will be in the next few days on newsstands.

06 Mar, 2015
Luciana

Last week we didn’t have Zach on The Slap, but he’s back this week on “Manolis” episode. You can find screen captures added in our gallery.

05 Mar, 2015
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Zach was among the a-listers (and friends) attending Leonard Nimoy funeral last Sunday in Los Angeles, The Wrap reported. He also delivered a speech talking about how Nimoy has became a father figure to him.

He talked about it to Time, in a beautiful text talking about his relationship with the beloved actor.

While I wasn’t a Star Trek fan growing up (my childhood places me squarely in the Star Wars generation), I had always felt an inexplicable connection to Leonard. Of course, I was aware of — and fascinated by — his work as Spock, and also his series In Search Of…, which I watched as a curious youngster. I don’t know whether it was a kind of prescience or some cosmic awareness that our paths would intersect down the line (or maybe it was just the bowl cut — which i was sporting hard in my youth), but I certainly had an affinity for him even decades before we met.

Working with Leonard was one thing, but getting to know him and forging the relationship that we did was an entirely different experience, and one that I never could have anticipated when I took over the role of Spock. Initially, I was coming at it all from a strictly creative standpoint. I wanted to know that I had his support and that I could utilize him as a resource and guide through the journey of discovering who this character is for me. But what I never imagined was how close we would become, and what a father figure he would be to me.

I lost my own father when I was very young, so to have this man come into my life and resonate so many qualities to which I aspire, and be such an example of dignity and grace and fulfillment — that was the part of it that so far exceeded any expectations I could have had. And that is the part of me that feels the greatest sense of loss at his death. Leonard had a way of communicating that was never pedantic — he was never trying to teach, and yet he lived with such completeness that there was wisdom in everything he said.

Read the full text on Time website.

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