Anthony Hale (born September 30, 1970) is an American actor and comedian. He is known for his role in the Fox comedy series Arrested Development as the neurotic Buster Bluth. He also voiced Forky in the 2019 animated comedy Toy Story 4. Hale played Gary Walsh on the HBO comedy Veep from 2012 until its conclusion in 2019, for which he won the 2013 and 2015 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Hale also voices Archibald in the DreamWorks show, Archibald's Next Big Thing.
West Point, New York, U.S.
Samford University ( BA ) Regent University ( MA )
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (2013, 2015)
Tony Hale, who has anxiety, told Insider there are specific "tools" he uses to manage it. He says he doesn't live in the "what if" and focuses on senses like smell and sight. While on set during the pandemic, he said FaceTiming with his family was key. Visit Insider's homepage...
Hale came under fire for defending "Arrested Development" costar Jeffrey Tambor's behavior towards Walter. "We did [talk], I love Jessica very much," Hale told Insider. Walter died on March 24 of natural causes. She was 80. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tony Hale says he and "Arrested Development" costar...
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Yes, you’re seeing double. Disney+ on Thursday unveiled the first trailer for The Mysterious Benedict Society (premiering Friday, June 25), which casts Emmy winner Tony Hale as both the eccentric Mr. Benedict and his twin brother, the nefarious Dr. Curtain. Based on the best-selling book series by Trenton Lee Stewart,...
May 20 (UPI) -- Tony Hale recruits four gifted orphans in the first trailer for Disney's upcoming television adaptation of The Mysterious Benedict Society. Hale portrays the eccentric Mr. Benedict who is trying to save the world from his evil twin brother Dr. Curtain, also portrayed by Hale, in the clip released on Thursday.
It’s National Streaming Day, and Disney+ is kicking it off with the first trailer for their upcoming The Mysterious Benedict Society. The series stars Tony Hale as the mysterious title character Mr. Benedict, who recruits a quartet of gifted orphans to help him defeat his evil twin brother, Mr. Curtain (also Hale).
The Mysterious Benedict Society was once slated to be an original series at Hulu. But last fall, the adaptation of Trenton Lee Stewart‘s book series shifted over to Disney+. The series follows Tony Hale (Veep) as eccentric narcoleptic Mr. Benedict as he recruits a team of orphans to stop his twin brother from creating a global crisis. It feels like Wes Anderson’s version of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
Let’s say you have an evil twin that was likely going to cause a major world crisis. How would you stop your twin from implementing this devious plan? Well, if you’re Mr. Benedict in the new Disney+ series, “The Mysterious Benedict Society,” you enlist a group of young orphans to do the job for you.
Tony Hale makes his debut as the eccentric Mr. Benedict in the trailer for Disney+’s The Mysterious Benedict Society. Based Trenton Lee Stewart’s book series, the Disney+ series follows four gifted orphans who are recruited by Hale’s Mr. Benedict to save the world from a global crisis known as The Emergency. Reynie, Sticky, Kate, and Constance must infiltrate the mysterious L.I.V.E. Institute to discover the truth behind the crisis. When the headmaster, the sophisticated Dr. Curtain appears to be behind this worldwide panic, the kids of “The Mysterious Benedict Society” must devise a plan to defeat him.
You might know Tony Hale as the juice-loving, affably off-center Buster Bluth from the classic sitcom "Arrested Development." Or you might recognize him as the Buy More's nefarious assistant manager Emmett Milbarge from NBC's cult hit spy comedy "Chuck." Many undoubtedly know him as the fiercely devoted "body man" to Julia Louis-Dreyfuss' President Selina Meyer on HBO's critically lauded political comedy "Veep." Wherever you know him from, there's little question Tony Hale has become one of the more notable "oh that guy" actors around over the past two decades.
Actor Tony Hale joins Hoda and Jenna to talk about his new movie, “Eat Wheaties!”, about a guy whose life falls apart when he misuses Facebook and accidentally stalks a famous college friend. Appearing:Savannah Guthrie. Tags: television, pop culture, Editor's picks, movies, Hoda & Jenna, today.