Zachary Quinto has become a star of stage and screen, appearing in film, television and theatre, as well as working behind the scenes as a film producer.
Next Quinto will begin production on the NBC mini-series, “The Slap,” alongside Peter Sarsgaard, Mary-Louise Parker and Brian Cox. Most recently, he completed production on the drama, “Michael,” alongside James Franco. The film is based on a New York Times Magazine article by Benoit-Denizet-Lewis, titled “My Ex-Gay Friend.” Additionally, earlier this year he completed production on Twentieth Century Fox’s “Hitman: Agent 47” directed by Aleksander Bach. This film will be released on February 27, 2015.
Quinto’s film credits include: “Star Trek Into Darkness,” “Star Trek,” “We’ll Never Have Paris,” “What’s Your Number,” “Margin Call. “TV credits include: “American Horror Story: Asylum” (2013 Critic’s Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor, 2013 Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a TV Miniseries), “American Horror Story,” “Heroes,” “24,” “CIS,” and “Six Feet Under.” Theatre Credits include: 2014 Tony Award nominated revival of “The Glass Menagerie” (Booth Theatre), “Angels in America,” “Side Man” (City Theatre Company), “Gross Indecency” (City Theatre Company), “Much Ado About Nothing” (Vineyard Playhouse & LA Shakespeare Festival), “A Lonely Impulse of Delight (Vineyard Playhouse), “The Bear” (Tintreach Company – Galway, Ireland), Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow (Old Globe), as well as numerous workshops of new plays at Ojai Playwright’s Conference. Producing credits on behalf of Before The Door Pictures include: Starz’s “The Chair,” “All is Lost,” “Margin Call,” “Breakup at a Wedding,” and “Banshee Chapter.”
Over the years, Quinto has dedicated his time to numerous charities including: The Trevor Project, It Gets Better Project, Kiehl’s Earth Day campaign for Recycle Across America, Hollywood Unites for Haiti, Rosie’s Theater Kids, Alzheimer’s Association, Autism Speaks, Chrysalis, Global Green, The Epilepsy Foundation, Hollywood’s Least Wanted, Bulgari’s Save the Children Campaign, The Art of Elysium, Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children and NBC’s The More You Know campaign.