Hale is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards for portraying Gary Walsh on Veep.
I give full credit to Armando Iannucci. He values rehearsal time and we will workshop five scripts at time to see what gels, what bits are working. The writers lay out an amazing foundation.
Hale talks about his role as Gary Walsh in season three of the HBO series Veep:
All he wants to do is please Selina. That is his life goal. In this season he thinks, I need to exercise some different muscles. I’m in my 40s. I can do more. I can carry more than just a bag. So he tries some other things out, thinking he can gain some more responsibility. And obviously it fails miserably because he really is gifted at giving her wipes. And that’s about it. He tries and it does not end well.
Hale wins the Emmy Award for Supporting Actor in a Comedy at the 65th Annual Emmy Awards for portraying Gary Walsh in Veep.
Dude, it’s nuts. I’ve completely left my body. It’s so surreal. I’m so thankful to be working, and to have this is completely mind-blowing.
Hale is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards for portraying Gary Walsh on Veep.
I am completely floored. I can’t believe I’m on a list with all those talented guys. And to have Julia, Anna and the show nominated…this is nuts. Very very grateful.