It's always nice when old co-workers keep in touch, especially when they're the stars of beloved millennial dramedies. America Ferrera, the titular Betty of Ugly Betty, shared a few photos on Instagram of her and her former costars Michael Urie and national treasure Vanessa Williams hanging out and having dinner.
Ugly Betty may have wrapped over a decade ago, but its cast members are still fast friends, and the show’s star America Ferrera took to Instagram to prove it! In a Wednesday, November 23 post, the actress, 38, shared three pics alongside former costars Vanessa Williams and Michael Urie, who played Wilhelmina and Marc in the popular ABC sitcom. “Betty & Marc & Wilhelmina,” the Superstore beauty captioned the sweet reunion pics, alongside a row of red hearts. “Some things never change.” She also added the hashtags #uglybettyfamilyforever and #reunion.
America Ferrera and her Ugly Betty costars Vanessa Williams and Michael Urie wasted no time getting into character when they reunited. The 38-year-old actress shared a series of photos of the trio. In one snap, the stars show off their signature facial expressions from the ABC show. They also posed together with their tongues out for a silly shot and were all smiles for another picture in the Instagram carousel.
Urie, Luke Tennie and Lukita Maxwell are the latest additions to the Apple TV+ comedy series starring Jason Segel. Harrison Ford, Jessica Williams and Christa Miller and created by Segel, Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein.
Michael Urie, Luke Tennie, and Lukita Maxwell are all now part of the project. Apple TV+ has reportedly signed three more names for the upcoming comedy series Shrinking. Michael Urie, Luke Tennie, and Lukita Maxwell are all said to have signed on for the show's first 10-episode season. The three...
Actor Michael Urie will star in the Off-Broadway comedy “Jane Anger” directed by Jess Chayes and produced by Jennifer Campos Productions with Play-Preview Theatrical from Feb. 21 to Mar. 13. The play is set in 1606, where the infamous William Shakespeare is stuck in quarantine with his apprentice,...
Michael Urie says it fills him with Pride to star in “Single all the Way,” the first gay rom-com on Netflix. He also said he would love an “Ugly Betty” reboot and is still close to the original cast. “Single all the Way” is streaming on Netflix now. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 […]
For LGBTQ+ people, going home for the holidays can be especially daunting. That's the premise of a new holiday rom-com from Netflix, Single All the Way, which offers a refreshing take on the queer Christmas story. In the film, a character named Peter, played by Michael Urie, is going home...
"Single All The Way" makes history as Netflix’s first-ever Christmas film centered around a gay romance. Peter, who is played by Michael Urie, returns to his hometown to a family desperate to see him in a relationship. To avoid judgement, He recruits his best friend Nick (Philemon Chambers) to pretend to be his boyfriend. Urie joins us to discuss his new role.
7NewsDC — Michael Urie joined us to discuss "Single All The Way" and what it was like to be part of Netflix's first gay holiday rom-com. He also spoke about the importance of LGBTQ representation in film.
When Michael Urie first received the script for Netflix’s queer holiday rom-com Single All the Way, he realized he was looking at the wrong part. The actor shot to fame in the aughts after playing Marc St. James on the ABC dramedy Ugly Betty from 2006 to 2010, has starred in Broadway productions including How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Chicken & Biscuits, and made appearances on television shows including Younger and The Good Wife. But when reading the screenplay penned by Chad Hodge, he immediately felt the character his agents wanted him to audition for just wasn’t a good fit. “I looked at the character description and it was a ruggedly handsome handyman, gruff and tough around the edges,” he tells W over a Zoom call. “And I was like, oh, this isn't really me. But I'll find my way into it.”
I had a blast talking to Michael Urie and Philemon Chambers as much as I had a great time watching their film “Single All the Way.” Billed as Netflix’s first ever holiday LGBTQ rom-com, the film has Peter (Michael Urie) and Nick (Philemon Chambers) as best friends pretending to be lovers to appease Peter’s family as they go home for the holidays.
Single All the Way is the latest festive film to be released on Netflix. The wholesome rom-com sees Peter (Michael Urie) inviting his best friend Nick (Philemon Chambers) to spend the holidays with him, posing as his boyfriend to avoid his family’s “judgment about being single.”. Naturally, we got curious...
You may know Michael Urie as Marc St. James from the ABC comedy-drama series Ugly Betty, or perhaps you’ve previously seen him on-stage in Hamlet, Chicken & Biscuits or the acclaimed revival of Torch Song. The Texan-born actor’s latest project, however, is the one making history: Single All The Way, directed by Michael Maye, marks Netflix’s first-ever Christmas film centered on a gay romance.
Joining the recently expanded canon of LGBTQ holiday movies is Netflix’s Single All the Way, the platform’s first gay, Christmas romantic comedy starring Michael Urie, Philemon Chambers and Luke Macfarlane. Written by Chad Hodge (Good Behavior) and directed by Michael Mayer (Broadway’s Spring Awakening, Hedwig and the Angry Inch), the film tells the story of a recently single Peter (Urie), who convinces his best friend, Nick (Chambers), to join him and his family for the holidays and pretend to be his boyfriend.