08:20 PM EDT 12/18/2014
William H. Macy
Originally posted 08/27/2014 08:00AM
It's not usually a parent's favorite stage of life, but former Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman says she and husband William H. Macy are relishing their daughters' teen years, angst and all.
Originally posted 09/03/2013 11:30AM
William H. Macy and his Shameless costars Justin Chatwin and Steve Howey took off on a 900-mile motorcycle ride from Los Angeles to Aspen in search of freedom, a quest that was inspired in part by Macy's wife, Felicity Huffman, who asked him to describe his love for his Harley Davidson.
"Felicity was saying one time, 'Well what is it? You don't like to ride in a car, how come the motorcycle, which is a lot more uncomfortable, how come that's so great?' " he told PEOPLE exclusively. "It's freedom, it's such freedom. And she said, 'Well there's the road, what do you mean by freedom?' So that was the kickoff point."
Originally posted 01/26/2012 08:35AM
Fake it 'til you make it.
That, in a nutshell, is William H. Macy's advice to men on how to keep things passionate after the first few years of marriage.
"Just act like you love her more than anybody you've ever seen in your life, and you'll get it back in spades. Just pretend," says the actor, 61, whose been married to Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman for 15 years. "You have to pretend. Make it up, just make it up!"
Originally posted 05/23/2011 10:45AM
They're milking it ... together!
William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman are the latest in a long line of celebrities to show off their milk mustaches for the "got milk?" campaign.
Their ad marks the first time the couple has posed together professionally. Macy and Huffman are expected to unveil the ad together at Scholastic Parent & Child magazine's Family of the Year event in Los Angeles on Monday.
They teamed up in order to set a positive example for their daughters and to promote good nutrition at a young age, according to a press release.
– Alla Byrne
Originally posted 10/07/2010 07:25PM
Fear not: If Kurt's dad on Glee doesn't come out of a coma, Mike O'Malley will still be employed.
The actor who plays blue-collar Burt Hummel is coy about this week's cliffhanger that left his character in a hospital bed on the brink of death, but in real life O'Malley is doing just fine.
He has another project as a writer/producer on Shameless, a Showtime series set to air in January starring William H. Macy, and keeps busy as a playwright and coach to his son's baseball, basketball and soccer team.
O'Malley caught up with PEOPLE to dish on the emotional episode that had everyone talking:
Originally posted 08/24/2006 05:20PM
Veteran character actor William H. Macy says he respects Lindsay Lohan's talent – but not her behavior.
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