Amber Tamblyn


'Y: The Last Man's Amber Tamblyn on Playing a Character Who Isn't in the Comics and Loving Her Role

From showrunner/executive producer Eliza Clark and adapted from the DC Comics title by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, the drama series Y: The Last Man is set in a post-apocalyptic world after an event has wiped out every mammal with a Y chromosome, or so it seems until one cisgender man, Yorick (Ben Schnetzer), and his pet monkey inexplicably turn up alive. While the survivors in this new world are struggling to figure out what comes next, Agent 355 (Ashley Romans) suddenly finds herself in the unique position of being by the new president’s side, as she tries to get answers for why her son didn’t meet his demise.

Blake Lively and Amber Tamblyn Have 'Sisterhood of Traveling Pants' Reunion in Spooky Halloween Fashion

The cast of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants has stayed close over the years, much to the delight of their fans. Blake Lively, Amber Tamblyn, America Ferrara, and Alexis Bledel went on to have successful acting careers, but they never forgot the film that started their careers. Lively and Tamblyn were the latest to reunite, and they were kind enough to document the cuteness on Instagram.
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Amber Tamblyn goes dancing with bowling shoes

NEW YORK — Amber Tamblyn strode confidently toward the foul line and unleashed a sparkly pink bowling ball toward the waiting pins. Almost immediately, the ball plopped into the right gutter. Another ball, another assured approach. That ball guttered, too. But Tamblyn, 38, an actor, director, poet, novelist, essayist and...

Mac McCaughan (Superchunk) Talks with Amber Tamblyn on the Talkhouse Podcast

On this week’s Talkhouse Podcast we’ve got a couple of friends who both happen to have new but very different projects out this month: Amber Tamblyn and Mac McCaughan. Tamblyn is an actor-writer-director-poet-activist with a wildly diverse resume. She may be best known for roles on Joan of Arcadia and Two and a Half Men, but that’s only the tip of a pretty incredible iceberg. She’s written well received books of poetry—including 2015’s Dark Sparkler. She directed the 2016 film Paint it Black, which features a score by today’s other guest. She’s one of the founders of the Time’s Up movement and the author of a book about feminism and activism called Era of Ignition. And now she’s starring the FX/Hulu adaptation of the comic book Y: The Last Man, in which every man on earth suddenly dies—except one. It’s pretty awesome so far, and she’s great in it.