06:02 PM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 03/18/2015 08:30AM
Tuesday night on Conan, Quinto and host Conan O'Brien fondly reminisced about the time they spent with the recently departed actor.
Originally posted 03/03/2015 03:10PM
As fans around the world mourned Leonard Nimoy's death, the Star Trek legend's family, friends and former costars gathered to celebrate his life during an intimate funeral on Sunday.
Originally posted 11/11/2013 06:00PM
When it comes to glamour, photographer Tyler Shields has a definition all his own.
He's photographed a topless Mischa Barton eating raw meat, Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson covered in mud and Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean in a pair of Christian Louboutins.
Originally posted 05/17/2013 11:00AM
The final frontier, or the final exam? Star Trek Into Darkness and The English Teacher hit theaters at warp speed this weekend, but PEOPLE's critic gives only one of them a good grade.
Here's what to see, what to skip and what to seek out this weekend at the movies.
Originally posted 07/30/2012 03:45PM
Two plus two equals happy for Zachary Quinto and Jonathan Groff.
The actor couple stepped out in warm West Coast weather Sunday, bringing two dogs along for their walk through the Los Feliz, Calif., neighborhood.
Quinto's faithful pooch Noah came out for the stroll, as did another shaggy pooch known as Skunk on Twitter. In spite of the heat, the quartet couldn't keep their grins off their faces.
Originally posted 12/01/2011 05:55AM
File under: new friends? Zachary Quinto and Twilight's Peter Facinelli were spotted hanging out together for much of the evening at the Andaz Wall Street, where the actors attended the afterparty for the Gotham Independent Film Awards. Guests – including How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor – snacked on small bites from Wall & Water, the restaurant inside the hotel, and drank Russian Standard cocktails. Radnor was also spotted chatting up Felicity Jones, who earlier won the breakthrough actor award for her role in Like Crazy. – Kristin Boehm
Originally posted 10/17/2011 09:40AM
In the wake of gay New York teenager Jamey Rodemeyer's suicide last month, Zachary Quinto had a crisis of conscience. He realized that hiding his own sexuality was doing nothing for the greater cause of hope and acceptance.
The Heroes and Star Trek actor, 34, who came out as a gay man in a New York magazine interview this week, explained that decision Sunday in a candid blog post on his website.
"In light of jamey's death – it became clear to me in an instant that living a gay life without publicly acknowledging it – is simply not enough to make any significant contribution to the immense work that lies ahead on the road to complete equality," Quinto writes.
Originally posted 10/16/2011 09:20AM
Zachary Quinto's eight-month run in the recent New York stage revival of Angels in America was an eye-opening experience for him.
Since the project, the actor, 34 – who had an acclaimed role as Louis Ironson, a man who abandons his AIDS-stricken boyfriend – publicly discusses his much-questioned sexual orientation for the first time.
In a new interview in New York, Quinto calls his work in the off-Broadway play the "most challenging thing I've ever done as an actor, and the most rewarding."
"At the same time," he adds, "as a gay man, it made me feel like there's still so much work to be done, and there's still so many things that need to be looked at and addressed."
Originally posted 05/08/2009 03:05PM
Leonard Nimoy originated the role of the ever-logical Mr. Spock, and Zachary Quinto of Heroes braves the bowl cut for the latest Star Trek film – and so does Nimoy, thanks to some sci-fi plot twists. PEOPLE was all ears as the two actors mind-melded about playing the famous Vulcan.
What was your first meeting like?
Nimoy: We met in the elevator. I said to him, 'Do you have any idea what you're getting into?'
Quinto: You did tell me the stories about the people who would call you in your hotel room when you'd get somewhere. You'd get all these messages from people that found out where you were staying.
Originally posted 05/07/2009 11:45AM
A brand-new cast is beaming into the iconic roles of the crew of the starship Enterprise as the revamped Star Trek lands in theaters May 8. PEOPLE has your guide to the Starfleet's finest and their first forays into the enduring sci-fi phenomenon:
NAME: Chris Pine
CHARACTER: Capt. James T. Kirk
WHERE YOU'VE SEEN HIM BEFORE: 2004's The Princess Diaries 2; 2006's Smokin' Aces
NEXT UP: The indie drama Small Town Saturday Night.
"As an actor you search for great roles," says Pine, 28. "This one just happened to be named James Kirk." While figuring out ways to make the part his own, he also watched William Shatner in the original series looking for "things that I felt that I could use without hitting people over the head with a bad impersonation," Pine says. "He's got a very theatrical quality that just made me smile every time." He admits donning Kirk's familiar gold uniform "was a fun day ... [but] as for the part being mine, I think people will always and forever connect Mr. Shatner to that role."
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