Zachary Quinto’s Josh Norman has a problem.
“I have a condition. I have since I was 19,” Josh tells his therapist, Emily (Jenny Slate), in the above exclusive clip from Aardvark. “It doesn’t have a name, or at least all of the conditions that do have names aren’t a great match.”
Josh says that he does “perfectly fine at life.” But Emily counters that he “must want help” if he’s seeing her.
Aardvark, co-starring Jon Hamm, is set to have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this Friday (April 21).
The movie, written and directed by Brian Shoaf in his feature debut, follows Josh as his estranged brother, Craig (Hamm), a well-known TV actor, returns home for the first time in years. Stuck in his brother’s shadow and haunted by it, Josh seeks help from Emily, who develops her own connection to Craig.
Our gallery was updated with photos of Zach at ‘Present Laughter’ opening night last Wednesday (5) at St. James Theatre in New York.
Zachary is currently at the opening night of “The Play That Goes Wrong” at Broadway, and we have the first pictures.
Zachary was honored at the US-Ireland Aliiance’s 2017 Oscar Wilde Awards held at Bad Robot on Thursday (February 23) in Santa Monica, Calif.
Accepting his award, Quinto, who is half Irish, said as “an openly gay man in Hollywood” he had been inspired by Wilde’s “inability to back down”.
“I feel like as far as we’ve come in the last 120 years, there are protests going on tonight about the reversal of protections for transgender children in this country,” he said.
“I believe it is all of our responsibilities to stand up and be authentic and be visible and fight for people who are striving to find their way in this world, even if it is not reflected back in the same way as everybody else.
“Oscar Wilde is someone who taught me that before I even knew it.”
Check in our gallery some high quality images.
Having finally sorted my computer issues, I’m finally able to update the site properly. Check in our gallery pictures of Zachary in the latest events he attended this past month.