CONNECT WITH TONY
You've seen him on "Arrested Development" and "Veep", the latter for which he won two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. In this episode, we learn how impactful a 7th grade theater class was in Tony's life and how his creative journey evolved from his very first NYC Shakespeare performance in a parking lot! In an industry obsessed with "what's next", Tony also shares how fatherhood woke him up to being more fully present and how he carries that perspective with him in all that he does. As Tony says,"Wake yourself up 100 times a day to where you are."
TONY'S WORDS OF WISDOM
"Wake yourself up 100 times a day to where you are."
"Everything that matters is free."
"I don't think in today's society there's enough bridges. There's a lot of speaking at rather than hearing people where they are."
"Keep asking questions."
"What's interesting about fame, is I think the base of fame is everybody wants to be known. They look at fame as the ultimate of being known. When in actuality, if you're known by people who love you, that's all the known you need. People who are really famous - they're the opposite of known…they're the opposite of what people think they are…when people know and love you, that's truth."
TONY'S PROJECTS AND CHARITABLE WORK
Children's book: Archibald's Next Big Thing by Tony Hale
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Closing song "Phantom You" (Brink of Midnight)