Jeffrey Tambor – who plays a transgender woman on the hit Amazon series Transparent – says he was “humbled” to meet Caitlyn Jenner.
Jeffrey Tambor continues to rack up awards for his performance as a transgender parent in Amazon’s hit series Transparent, but the star is more impressed by Bruce Jenner’s real-life journey.
With Sundance weekend officially in full swing, Hollywood’s biggest names continued to invade beautiful Park City, Utah, hitting up gift suites, tucking into multi-course meals and pal-ing around at premieres and parties.
Amazon announced Thursday that it will offer the entire first season of the hit series Transparent for free.
This weekend, you’ll be able to stream all 10 episodes of the two-time Golden Globe winner without spending a dime. The catch? The offer only lasts for 24 hours.
Once all the statues were handed out and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler wrapped their final hosting gig, celebrities flocked to the 16th Annual InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe After-Party.
Before you dip out for date night to catch The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug on Dec. 12, we suggest cuddling up on the couch for Nickelodeon’s newest movie.
Arrested Development, one of the cleverest sitcoms of all time, returned to life over the weekend, as Netflix launched an entire season of 15 new episodes for instant and, if one so chooses, marathon streaming.
This is a cause for celebration: reviving a cult network classic as digital, 24/7 programming is something like cloning a fresh mastodon from genetic material tweezered off a frozen carcass.
Here’s the honest truth: actor Jeffrey Tambor has twin boys.
The star of The Invention of Lying and his wife of eight years, Kasia, welcomed sons Hugo Bernard and Eli Nicholas on Oct. 4. “Everyone is thrilled and healthy,” Tambor’s rep tells PEOPLE.
Arrested Development actor Jeffrey Tambor, 62, and his wife Kasia are new parents after welcoming a daughter. Eve Julia was born on Sunday, December 10th, and weighed in at 8 lbs.