FabTV interviewed Tim last week for the “Honor: In Their Words” event at the Hollywood Legion Theater, and they’ve posted the interview on YouTube! Tim talks more about the event itself, which commemorates the 50th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, and about growing up during that time and seeing the effects it had on those who served.
We just got the go-ahead from Tim himself to let everyone know that he’s now on Cameo!
For those who don’t know, Cameo is a service where you can get personalized video messages from celebrities. (For example, you can request a video for a friend’s birthday or other special occasion.)
The cost for a video from Tim is $45, and a portion of the proceeds will go to PATH (People Assisting The Homeless), an organization which is helping to end homelessness in California by building affordable housing and offering support services.
If anyone gets a video from Tim, and you want us to share it here on the site, please contact us using the contact form or through one of our social media accounts!
So, what did you all think of the White Collar cast reunion on Stars in the House? Wasn’t it great to see everyone back together again, reminiscing and laughing like no time had gone by at all? Did you catch Tim’s “Go, Team DeKay” shout-out at the end? For those who didn’t get to see this, it’s available on YouTube – here’s the link, and I’ll also embed it at the end of this post!
There were so many wonderful moments in this interview that it’s hard to know where to start. First of all, everyone looked wonderful! We even got special cameo appearances from Hilarie’s son Gus, Marsha’s daughter Tallulah, and even Chance DeKay – who, as you can see from this shot, was not particularly interested in or impressed with this awesome event. No accounting for taste. 😉
The hosts, James and Seth, were joined by Tim, Matt, Tiffani, Sharif, Marsha, Willie, and Hilary at various times. Lots of cast stories were shared, from audition stories to embarrassing moments, and Matt gave a very diplomatically ambiguous answer to the question about whether there will be another season of White Collar or not (I, personally, am not a fan of the idea of a new season, as I’d rather they leave it the way it was and not chance messing up the legacy of such a great show, but I know I’m in the minority!)
Another great part of this event is that donations were being collected for The Trevor Project, an outstanding and much-needed organization that provides mental health and other support services to LGBTQ youth. As I said on Instagram, this is especially important right now, as so many LGBTQ kids and teens are currently quarantined at home with family members who may not accept them. This can be very devastating to anyone who is LGBTQ but especially to young people, and it’s amplified by being away from their friends and support groups while in quarantine. Please consider donating (here’s the link) – it’s never too late, and any amount makes a difference.
As they were wrapping up at the very end, Willie gave a great shout-out to the fans in general and singled out Karina and Isa from WCCTV. Immediately after, Tim added a shout-out to Team DeKay – Willie was talking over him, but yes, we could definitely still hear you, Tim! Thank you again!
Thanks to all of the cast members for agreeing to do this and sharing so many wonderful stories with us, and thanks to the Stars in the House hosts, James Wesley and Seth Rudetsky for bringing this reunion to us!
So, what did you think? Let us know in the comments below!
As part of Room to Read‘s Storytime video series, they’ve posted a video of Tim reading A Day at the Festival, a book from Laos written by Syamphay Fengsavanh and illustrated by Nivong Sengsakoun (illustrations are displayed in the video).
If you check their YouTube channel, you’ll find a playlist with other videos of celebrities reading children’s books, including Tim’s Second Chance co-stars Dilshad Vadsaria, Adhir Kalyan, and Vanessa Lengies!
Room to Read is an organization that works to bring literacy and gender equality in education to low-income communities around the world. You can read more about them here. They also have a free online library of 200 children’s books from around the world, including the book Tim read, A Day at the Festival.
Plus, for those looking for something a little more mature, the next two Lucky Dey audiobooks, written by Doug Richardson and read by Tim, have been released! You can find them on Kobo, Playster, Apple Books, and Audible. (Right now, Audible only has one of the new releases, but the other three services have both.) Thanks so much to Kristen for letting us know about this – you’re awesome! 🙂
Thanks so much to Kristen for the heads-up on this!
LRM Online has posted an interview that they did with Tim from the Claris Health City Lights Gala on October 19. Tim attended to support the wonderful Sharif Atkins, who was the event’s emcee. Check out the interview below.
I looked for other interviews from the event and was also able to find one from Shirin Paulino at Rich Girl Network.tv, with a special appearance/interview-bomb by Sharif. (Ear fondling and discussion of chaps may be involved.) 😉
(And in totally unrelated news, the photo gallery isn’t working. It has something to do with SQL, but I just started a new full-time job with overtime, so I haven’t been able to look into it. I’ll try to fix it when I get a chance. If anyone recognizes the error and knows how to fix it, let me know!)
Thanks to Tim himself for the heads-up on this one!
Tim and three other Seinfeld recurring/guest stars were interviewed on the Today Show as part of their 30th anniversary celebration of the debut of Seinfeld.
There’s also a separate, longer interview with just Tim where he reminisces about his character (Kevin – aka Bizarro Jerry), tells us what he thinks Kevin is up to nowadays, and even gives us his best Seinfeld imitation!