May 7 (UPI) -- Pose -- starring Mj Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson and Billy Porter -- was named Outstanding Drama Series, while actors Judith Light and Wilson Cruz received honorary awards at the GLAAD Media Awards ceremony in New York. Lil Nas X took home the prize for Outstanding Music Artist,...
In light of the “Don’t Say Gay” bill recently passing in Florida and the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade, resilience and perseverance were top of mind for everyone at the GLAAD Media Awards in New York City on Friday. Both instances of government control have been seen as taking steps back in the progress that’s been made as a country for women and LGBTQ rights, with both of the night’s honorees — Judith Light and Wilson Cruz — as well as several guests, saying there’s more work to be done.More from The Hollywood ReporterBAFTA TV Awards: Jodie Comer, Sean Bean...
Click here to read the full article. LGBTQ+ ally Judith Light laid down the law and showed who the boss was during the 33rd annual GLAAD Media Awards ceremony. “Let me just say that no one of any race, gender identity, sexual orientation or abilities should have to face discrimination from their own government,” Light proclaimed after being presented GLAAD’s excellence in media award on Friday night at the Hilton Midtown. Light appeared alongside Andrew Garfield in Netflix’s “Tick, Tick … Boom!” which was nominated for outstanding film. Garfield depicted “Rent” playwright Johnathan Larson, and a key figure in his journey was...
Star Trek: Discovery actor and activist Wilson Cruz will be honored with the Vito Russo Award during the 33rd annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York City next month. Named after Vito Russo, the late activist who co-founded GLAAD, the award is presented to an individual who has significantly accelerated LGBTQ acceptance. In 1994, Cruz became the first openly gay actor to play an openly gay role on network television when he starred as Rickie Vasquez on ABC’s My So-Called Life. His credits include ER, Grey’s Anatomy, Party of Five, Shameless and 13 Reasons Why.More from The Hollywood ReporterDaytime Emmys Set...
Click here to read the full article. UPDATE GLAAD, the world’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) media advocacy organization, today announced that it will honor award-winning actor, producer, and activist Wilson Cruz with the Vito Russo Award during the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Hilton Midtown in New York on Friday, May 6, 2022. As previously announced, Emmy and Tony winner Judith Light will be honored with the Excellence in Media Award at the 33rd annual GLAAD Media Awards. PREVIOUS Saved by the Bell, Eternals, and Hacks are among the honorees feted at the 33rd Annual GLAAD...
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Spoilers ahead for Star Trek: Discovery Season 4, Episode 8, “All In.”. In the 23rd century, Starfleet didn’t have ship counselors. So, when the USS Discovery jumped from 2258 to 3188, suddenly, Dr. Culber was given two jobs instead of one. And in Season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery, Culber’s new gig as ship’s counselor in addition to his regular job as a physician, has added a lot of extra stress. It’s one thing to mend those phaser burns, but quite something else to maintain the mental health of the Disco crew. As Discovery returns for the second half of Season 4, Wilson Cruz jumped on the phone to discuss Culber’s journey so far, his inspirations for his character’s journey, where Discovery Season 5 might take us, and why he has so much “pride” for the Strange New Worlds crew.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’s Wilson Cruz And Anthony Rapp Encourage Viewers To ‘Believe The Science’ Ahead Of Season 4 Debut
(ViacomCBS) – A scientific anomaly disrupts life in the Star Trek universe and, much like life here on earth amid the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone must join together to save the galaxy. The crew aboard Star Trek: Discovery takes on this new adventure in season 4 premiering on Paramount+ Thursday, November 18th.
‘Star Trek: Discovery’s Wilson Cruz, Blu Del Barrio and Anthony Rapp on the New Technology Used on Season 4
With Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 starting this Thursday night on Paramount+, I recently got to speak with Wilson Cruz, Blu Del Barrio and Anthony Rapp about the upcoming season. During the interview, the three stars talked about how the new season doesn’t feature a villain, but rather focuses on a science problem the galaxy has to overcome together. In addition, they revealed what fans would be surprised to learn about the making of Discovery and the new technology the production used to make traveling to new planets easier to film.
Our final Star Trek: Discovery roundtable interview features Wilson Cruz, Blu del Barrio, and Anthony Rapp. Their characters, Dr. Hugh Culber, Adira, and Paul Stamets make up our found family on the Discovery. It was such a pleasure to speak with these three, but before we get into the interview, let’s learn a little more about each of them.
Interview: Wilson Cruz, Blu del Barrio, And Anthony Rapp Talk Changing Roles In ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 4
The fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery debuts on Paramount+ on November 18. At New York Comic Con, TrekMovie had a chance to participate in some group interviews with members of the cast and crew to talk about the new season. Speaking to TrekMovie and a handful of other outlets, Anthony Rapp (Paul Stamets), Blu del Barrio (Adira Tal), and Wilson Cruz (Dr. Hugh Culber) offered insights into what’s new for their characters and their shared family on the USS Discovery.
Interview: Wilson Cruz, Blu del Barrio, And Ian Alexander Talk Family Life On ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 4
On Star Trek Day in September, Star Trek: Discovery was represented by the “found family” of Wilson Cruz (Dr. Culber), Blu del Barrio (Adira), and Ian Alexander (Gray). They were there to announce the season four premiere date of November 18th, and TrekMovie had a brief exclusive chat with the trio on the red carpet before their panel.
In 1994, Wilson Cruz became the first openly gay actor to play an openly gay teen on primetime TV, as Rickie Vasquez on “My So-Called Life.” Nearly three decades later, Cruz says it’s the response to the groundbreaking character that means the most to him. “I have great pride in...