He did a great Flynn Rider in Disney's "Tangled."
Reading his Wiki makes me step back from liking him too much. His answer when people ask him where he got "all of his talent" is that he gets it all from Jesus Christ.
Closet case AND fundie. A winning combination if you're Republican.
For everyone else: bleah.
His last name is Pugh or something... but I suspect he advanced well in Hollywood by changing it to Levi.
Alot of fundies have old testament names. IIRC, Levi was his middle name.
Better get married soon. Them fundies think the unmarried ones are homos.
Zach is yummy.
He pings spectacularly, his character in that awful sitcom with Andy Dick was practically neutered.
I much prefer him to the other Zachary. Some said he looks like Greg Brady which is alright by me cause I liked Greg over Peter. He spoke to some of his fans on his Imdb board.
Nevertheless, fundie and another thread said he supported chick-fil-A. Ugh. Fundie closets are the worst people on the planet.
[quote] but I suspect he advanced well in Hollywood by changing it to Levi.
Please don't start that "Jews dominate Hollywood" BS, R3. Pick on some other group. The one that's been most persecuted throughout history and lost 6 million plus in the holocaust - not a cool group to pick on. There but for the grace of god go you or I. Seriously.
Why is it consdered picking on Jews by pointing out how they control the banking of many Hollywood films and TV shows? They happen to be damn good at it.
You are trying too hard dear. On the other hand Moby really pings and is Michael Stipe-y but I never really thought about it.
The guy who played his brother-in-law on Chuck was one of the hottest guys on TV. He was shirtless in nearly every episode.
Ryan McPartlin played Chuck's brother-in-law with the awesome pecs.
Any rumors about Zac going around? I would have thought something would pop up since he's on Broadway right now.
He's a closet case who's friends with most gays in Hollywood, but pretends to be ultra-Christian.
[quote]Levi is a Christian and has been since childhood. In a 2002 interview with Relevant Magazine, he said, "My job on my set, I believe, is to first just love people and gain that trust with people where they know that I really do love them and care about their well-being, so that when they are running into problems, they will hopefully, at some point, come to me and ask me, 'What is your peace all about? What is your comfort all about? Where do you get your love? Where do you get your talents?' And I can turn to them and say without blinking, 'Jesus Christ.'"
He has a huge entourage of "we are trying to pray the gay away type guys" he hangs out with.
You can be religious and gay.
His parents' are hardcore conservative Christians though, and the tone of that quote is really reflective of his upbringing. (2002 would have been the first year he started acting professionally.) If you google his mother, you can find posts she's written on a freeper blog.
Also, his only involvement with Chick-Fil-A was doing a Tonight Show sketch at one of their restaurants in 2011, which is before the whole public outcry happened.
He even did that anti-Michael Moore movie with Kelsey Grammar, Jon Voight, Trace Adkins, etc...
Back in the Chuck days he made some homophobic remarks. I've never liked the guy. He seems like a douche.
He looks like Jimmy Fallon's nerdy younger brother.
Link for that, r25?
Does anyone know anything about Eric Blackmon? He's a photographer. He and Levi seem to be very "close."
He's a great example of how overly meticulous eyebrow plucking feminizes a man.
The epitome of bi.
[quote]As well as Adam Baldwin...
R11, Adam Baldwin is a notoriously obnoxious right-wing conservative. I followed him on Twitter because of Firefly, and unfollowed him less than two weeks later because of his hateful, ignorant, anti-Obama, anti-liberal, anti-Democrat rantings.
He's an absolutely vile human being. Joss Whedon needs to stop using him.
Twitter is Adam Baldwin's personal pundit. Like many people his age, he doesn't seem to quite get social media's impact or purpose. I couldn't follow him on there, either; his bizarre infatuation with exclamation marks!!!!!!!!! and penchant for posting the most attention-whoring sensationalist shit made him sound deranged. I was so disappointed, because I've met him on the convention circuit a few times, and even introduced him to my girlfriend, and he was incredibly cordial and didn't bat an eyelash.
In real life, he works hard, is very talented, is respectful and doesn't ever make trouble on set for anyone, so no one minds his politics too much.
I've heard from LA friends that Zach Levi is a very, very progressive Christian. He was barely out of his teens in that 2002 quote, and his beliefs have evolved. He's also not at all interested in politics.
I really doubt Levi has said anything homophobic just because he pretty much has to be gay. There is no such thing as a 32-year-old, straight, Evangelical bachelor.
He is friends with Robbie Rogers and his weho friends and robbie called him teatre queen one time
Singing Lady Gaga with his (possible?) boyfriend. Doesn't matter if ZL is in NY or LA, the guy follows him everywhere.