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. In 2006, Quinto portrayed series antagonist Sylar in the science fiction drama Heroes. He was cast as Spock on the Star Trek reboot franchise. Talented, handsome, funny, eloquent, activist... it's easy to admire the artist and the man. Zach Quinto Network is here to fill all your needs on discover and follow more on Zach. Enjoy your visit!
Heroes Zachary Quinto Joins FX’s American Horror Story For Major Arc
In his first TV gig since his star-making turn as the archvillain on Heroes, Zachary Quinto is in negotiations for a major arc on Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s spooky new FX drama series American Horror Story.
American Horror Story, which stars Dylan McDermott, Connie Britton and Jessica Lange, centers on therapist Ben Harmon (McDermott) and his wife Vivien (Britton) who move along with their kids into a haunted house. Quinto, who will appear in at least four episodes, will play Chad, the gay former owner of the house who becomes friends with Vivien.
Quinto’s character will be introduced in the show’s big two-part Halloween episode, which Murphy and Falchuk are working on. The first part will air in the series’ regular Wednesday time slot on Oct. 26, followed by Part 2 on Halloween night.
Since Heroes ended, Quinto has been focused mostly on movies, including playing Spock in Star Trek and its in-the-works sequel.
Now that Peter no longer exists on Fox’s Fringe, some actors thought that maybe the show was looking for a replacement, and decided to throw their hats in the ring to seize Joshua Jackson’s role.
The producers even opened up the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel with a video of familiar faces auditioning to play Peter — from SNL‘s Bobby Moynihan, Heroes‘ Zachary Quinto, Parks and Rec‘s Ben Schwartz (using sides from Dawson’s Creek, natch) and Lost‘s Rebecca Mader to Damon Lindelof, Geoff Stults, funnyman Paul Scheer, Lost‘s Michael Emerson and Community‘s Danny Pudi (wearing a mustache).
Naked Angels in association with the Guild Hall will present a one night only benefit staged reading of long-time company member and celebrated playwright Warren Leight’s Tony Award-winning play Side Man, starring Zachary Quinto and original Broadway cast members Jeff Binder, Kevin Geer, Michael Mastro, Angelica Torn, and Frank Wood. The reading will take place at Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY on Sunday, August 28 at 7pm. Proceeds will go towards Naked Angels’ ongoing development of new work.
Winner of the 1999 Tony Award for Best Play, Warren Leight’s Side Man is a tender and poignant memory play about a jazz musician struggling to save both his fading career and troubled home life during the dawn of rock ‘n roll in America. In addition to winning the 1999 Tony Award for Best Play, Side Man was honored with a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor (Frank Wood), and was nominated for the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and three Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding New Play, Outstanding Direction of a Play (Michael Mayer) and Outstanding Actress in a Play (Edie Falco).
Acclaimed film, television and theater star Zachary Quinto (Clifford) joins original Broadway cast members Jeff Binder (Al), Kevin Geer (Jonesy), Michael Mastro (Ziggy), Angelica Torn (Patsy), and Frank Wood (Gene). Casting for the role of Terry will be announced soon.
Regular tickets for Side Man are $30.00; VIP Prime Orchestra tickets, which include a post-show reception with the cast, are $100. For tickets, visit Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937; go online at GuildHall.org or Theatermania.com; or call the Box Office at 631-324-4050 or 1-866-811-4111 .
NASA leads an Arctic expedition across the legendary Northwest Passage to reach Devon Island, a place scientists call Mars on Earth and to pave the way to the first human exploration of the Red Planet.
When a nameless drifter girl steps off the bus, she enters into the lives of two lonely brothers. In spite of her immediate attraction to the younger brother Tommy, she befriends the older brother Victor - a lovable lummox who is often the butt of the joke at the local watering hole.
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.