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!
Zachary Quinto took some time from his busy stage and screen schedule to visit Howard Stern’s Sirius/XM radio show earlier this week and discussed his acclaimed performance in the current hit revival of the Tennessee Williams drama THE GLASS MENAGERIE as well as the STAR TREK film series, his Production Company and much more as part of a new interview.
Listen to Zachary Quinto’s interview with Howard Stern below.
What about a pizza party with Zachary Quinto? Susan Blackwell got one, on this amazing new episode of Side by Side, with a very special participation of the whole Quinto clan: Harold, Noah & Skunk. Check video in our archive and screencaptures up in the gallery.
The last Entertainment Weekly issue of the year is out, and they’re praising the best of 2013, and as expected, Zachary is under the ‘Best Performances’ for his work on The Glass Menagerie.
Since his second voyage on the starship Enterprise in Star Trek Into Darkness, Zachary Quinto has spent his fall dazzling audiences on Broadway as Tom Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie – a character whom Spock would no doubt find ‘highly illogical.’ A brooding, depressed dreamer, Tom has given Quinto a chance to show off his emotional agility on stage. More important for the 36-years-old star is the opportunity to bond with the late author, one of Quinto’s favorites. “Tenessee Williams appears in every single character he’s written, but never so much as in Tom. And that’s the biggest gift that I feel playing the role,” QUinto says. “I feel such a sense of connection to him as a person.”
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1. “The Glass Menagerie”: There’s magic from start to finish in this new production of Tennessee William’s great play about regret starring a superb Cherry Jones and a revelatory Zachary Quinto. It’s evocative, sometimes surreal and sublimely organic — the perfect package for a play about faded and frayed memories.
HOLLYWOOD DARLING ZACHARY QUINTO THRIVES ON THE SPICE OF LIFE, TAKING ON ROLES IN BLOCKBUSTERS ALONGSIDE BROADWAY PLAYS. AFTER OPENING NIGHT OF TENNESSEE WILLIAMS’S THE GLASS MENAGERIE, HE SPOKE WITH OUR EDITOR-AT-LARGE ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF VARIETY
Playing it cool isn’t the easiest thing to do, and to his credit, the stern severity and rigidity that Zachary Quinto brought to the role of Spock in the recent Star Trek revamp is a testament to the 36-year-old’s acting skills. However, luckily for us, seeing him play the part of Tom in Tennessee Williams’ 1944 play The Glass Menagerie allows the actor to show us his complicated side. The play takes place in St. Louis, Missouri (this writer’s hometown, as I’m happy to tell anyone!) and follows a few nights with an unconventional Midwestern family: Quinto’s character is an arts-minded youth with a crappy factory job who supports a complex and delusional mother (played superbly by Cherry Jones) and a homebound, socially awkward, slightly handicapped younger sister (Celia Keenan-Bolger). Any drama buff knows that Quinto’s is an important role, since, as the actor points out, this is Williams’s most autobiographical work. After seeing the play, we asked him what it was like to tackle the role.
How familiar were you with Tennessee and this play before you signed on to do it?
ZACHARY QUINTO I came to this experience with an appreciation for Tennessee and his plays—but without any deep familiarity. I had read The Glass Menagerie and most of his other major plays, and I had seen a number of his works over the years. But I had never worked with any of his material myself until this production.
The Broadcast Film Critics Association announced the nominations of the 19th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards this morning and Zachary got a nomination for his amazing work in American Horror Story: Asylum!
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MOVIE OR MINI-SERIES
· James Cromwell (American Horror Story: Asylum) – FX
· Peter Mullan (Top of the Lake) – Sundance
· Zachary Quinto (American Horror Story: Asylum) – FX
· Sebastian Stan (Political Animals) – USA
· David Wenham (Top of the Lake) – Sundance
· Thomas M. Wright (Top of the Lake) – Sundance
American Horror Story scored six nominations, including Best Movie or Mini-Series, Best Actress (to Jessica Lange), and supporting actors to Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe and James Cromwell. Congratulations!
The winners will be announced live at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards ceremony on Thursday, January 16, 2014.
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.