Tony Hale Biography
Anthony Hale better known as Tony Hale is an American actor and comedian. He was born on September 30th, 1970 in West Point, New York City. He is the son of Rita and Mike Hale.
He grew up in Tallahassee, Florida and attended Young Actors Theater and took part in numerous theatrical and musical products. In 1988, he graduated from Leon High School. In 1992, he graduated from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He lived in New York City for almost a decade after graduating and he helped found The Haven. He studied acting at The Barrow Group too.
Tony Hale Age
He was born on September 30th, 1970 in West Point, New York City. He is 48 years old as of 2018.
Tony Hale Wife | Tony Hale And Wife | Tony Hale Martel Thompson
He has been married to Martel Thompson since May 24th, 2003.
Tony Hale Daughter
He has a daughter, Loy Ann Hale, who was born in 2012.
Tony Hale Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million.
Tony Hale Acting Career
Robust originally acquired for his Screen Actors Guild card when he showed up in business for MCI Inc., however, it never publicized. He showed up in TV shows, for example, Dawson’s Creek, The Sopranos and Sex and the City. He is frequently perceived for his job in the popular Volkswagen TV ad broadcast in 1999, in which he moved to the tune “Mr. Roboto”, which was later parodied on Fox sitcom Arrested Development.
From 2003 to 2006, and coming back to the job in 2013, Hale discovered achievement in TV when he was given a role as Byron “Buster” Bluth, the hapless, masochist child with “mother issues” on Arrested Development.
In March 2006, Hale was cast in a co-featuring job as the video storekeeper Simon in the NBC sitcom Andy Barker P.I., featuring Andy Richter and co-made by Conan O’Brien. He was the voice of “Vacation” in The Tale of Despereaux, an energized kids’ film discharged in 2008.
Robust had a repetitive job as Emmett on Chuck, starting in October 2008 and finishing with the character’s homicide in January 2010. He joined the cast of Numb3rs in 2009, in the common job of Professor Russell Lazlo.
In 2012, Hale was thrown in the HBO satire Veep as Gary Walsh, the individual associate to Vice President Selina Meyer (depicted by Julia Louis-Dreyfus). On September 22, 2013, Hale won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his work in the show’s subsequent season.
This was his first real grant. He earned his second assignment in 2014, yet lost the honor to Ty Burrell. In any case, Hale won his second Primetime Emmy Award with his third assignment in 2015, in a similar function where Veep won its first Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series.
In 2017, Hale facilitated the Ninth Annual Shorty Awards at the PlayStation Theater in New York City. The following year, Hale started depicting Jerome Squalor in the second period of the Netflix satire/show arrangement A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Tony Hale Movies And TV Shows | Tony Hale Movies
- Ghost Stories
- The $treet
- Sex and the City
- The Sopranos
- Dawson’s Creek
- Arrested Development
- Big Day
- Andy Barker P.I.
- Samantha Who?
- United States of Tara
- Rules of Engagement
- The Life and Times of Tim
- Law & Order
- Human Target
- Royal Pains
- Good Vibes
- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
- Up All Night
- The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange
- Doc McStuffins
- Comedy Bang! Bang!
- Sanjay and Craig
- Drunk History
- About a Boy
- The Birthday Boys
- Jake and the Never Land Pirates
- Children’s Hospital
- The $100,000 Pyramid
- VeggieTales in the House
- Rick and Morty
- Difficult People
- Pickle and Peanut
- Drop the Mic
- A Series of Unfortunate Events
- Mickey and the Roadster Racers
- Harley Quinn
- Star vs. the Forces of Evil
- Raging Hormones
- My Blind Brother
- Unaccompanied Minors
- Stranger Than Fiction
- The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell
- Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector
- The Proper Care & Feeding of an American Messiah
- Flatland: The Movie
- Because I Said So
- Cruel Logic
- Dante’s Inferno
- My Suicide
- The Tale of Despereaux
- The Year of Getting to Know Us
- The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard
- The Informant!
- The Answer Man
- The Ballad of G.I. Joe
- In My Sleep
- First in Fight
- Not That Funny
- The Heat
- The Kings of Summer
- The Nobodies
- American Ultra
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
- April and the Extraordinary World
- Yoga Hosers
- The Angry Birds Movie
- Brave New Jersey
- Transformers: The Last Knight
- And Then I Go
- The 15:17 to Paris
- Love, Simon
- Batman Ninja
- Toy Story 4
- To the Stars
- Fall Out Boy
- Lady Antebellum
Tony Hale Veep
He has been playing the main role of Gary Walsh in this TV series since 2012. “Politics is about people,” former Sen. Selina Meyer is fond of saying. Unfortunately, the people Meyer, a charismatic leader and rising star in her party, meets after becoming vice president are nothing like she expected, but everything she was warned about.
“Veep” follows the new VP as she puts out political fires, juggles her public schedule and private life, and does everything within her limited powers to improve her dysfunctional relationship with the chief executive. Meyer’s trusted — and some not-so-trusted — aides include chief of staff Amy, spokesperson Mike, secretary Sue and right-hand man Gary.
First episode date: 22 April 2012
Tony Hale Arrested Development
He portrayed Buster Bluth in 59 episodes of this TV series. Michael Bluth finds himself forced to stay in Orange County and run the family real estate business after his father, George Bluth Sr., is sent to prison for committing white-collar crime. He tries to juggle the wants and needs of his spoiled and eccentric family while being a good role model for his teenage son, George Michael.
First episode date: 2 November 2003
Narrated by: Ron Howard
Program creator: Mitchell Hurwitz
Writers: Mitchell Hurwitz, Barbie Adler, Brad Copeland, Jim Vallely, Ron Weiner, Richard Day, Chuck Tatham
Tony Hale Rick And Morty
He played the voice role of Death Stalker Eli in the episode, Rickmancing the Stone in this TV series. After having been missing for nearly 20 years, Rick Sanchez suddenly arrives at daughter Beth’s doorstep to move in with her and her family.
Although Beth welcomes Rick into her home, her husband, Jerry, isn’t as happy about the family reunion. Jerry is concerned about Rick, a sociopathic scientist, using the garage as his personal laboratory. In the lab, Rick works on a number of sci-fi gadgets, some of which could be considered dangerous. But that’s not all Rick does that concerns Jerry. He also goes on adventures across the universe that often involve his grandchildren, Morty and Summer.
No. of episodes: 31 (list of episodes)
Original network: Adult Swim
Program creators: Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon
Writers: Ryan Ridley, Dan Guterman
Tony Hale Sopranos
He played the character role of RN / OCN Collins in the episode, Second Opinion in this TV series. James Gandolfini stars in this acclaimed series as Tony Soprano, a husband and mob boss whose professional and private strains often land him in the office of his therapist.
Number of seasons: 6
Theme song: Woke Up This Morning
No. of episodes: 86 (list of episodes)
Number of episodes: 86
Production locations: New Jersey, Silvercup Studios, New York City
Tony Hale Chuck
He portrayed Emmett Milbarge for 14 episodes of this show. Computer geek Chuck Bartowski opens an e-mail that has been encoded, subliminally, with vital government secrets, triggering a massive download of critical information to his brain. With assassins and international terrorists eager to nab Chuck’s noggin, it falls to Maj. John Casey and his partner, CIA agent Sarah Walker, to protect the government’s newest and most-unlikely secret agent.
First episode date: 24 September 2007
Final episode date: 27 January 2012
Theme song: Short Skirt/Long Jacket
Tony Hale Toy Story 4
He plays the voice role of Forky in this animated movie. Toy Story 4 is an upcoming American 3D computer-animated comedy film and the third sequel to Toy Story.
Initial release: 20 June 2019 (Brazil)
Director: Josh Cooley
Film series: Toy Story
Screenplay: Andrew Stanton, Rashida Jones, Will McCormack, Stephany Folsom
Producers: Jonas Rivera, Mark Nielsen
Tony Hale Awards
- Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
- Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
- TV Land Future Classic Award
Tony Hale Emmys 2019
Tony Hale, who experienced childhood in Tallahassee and was named for his 6th Emmy for his job as the bullied partner Gary Walsh on the HBO arrangement “Veep,” won’t get the opportunity to add a third statuette to his rack — at any rate, not this year.
The honor for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series went rather to Tony Shalhoub for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” who beat out Hale, in addition to Alan Arkin (“The Kominsky Method”) and three on-screen characters from the HBO arrangement “Barry”: Anthony Carrigan, Stephen Root and Henry Winkler.
“Veep” is finished, so there won’t be some other Emmys for Hale for playing Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ forbearing right hand. Yet, Season 1 of Hale’s most up to date venture, “Archibald’s Next Big Thing,” started gushing on Netflix this month, so who realizes what could be in his future?
The arrangement depends on a kids’ book Hale composed, and he does the voice of the title character, Archibald Strutter. Archibald is a hopeful chicken who gets into a progression of misfortunes, yet consistently figures out how to discover his direction home