WATCH | Tony Hale sat in the backseat with Circa's Stephanie Abrams and let her in on the telltale signs of a laughing breakdown on the set of "Veep," what it's like to play Gary and why from time to time he asks his parents for political tips.
"It's very surreal," says Tony about the Emmys he's won playing the personal assistant to Vice President Selina Meyer. In 2013 and 2015, he won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. He was also nominated in 2014 and in 2016.
WATCH | That moment we saved from the cutting room floor, when Tony talks about the insults laid on the character Jonah Ryan. There are some things you can't say on TV, but this isn't TV.
WATCH | Anxiety-ridden, emasculated and meek are characteristics of many roles Tony takes on. He explains how he captures those feelings and how he takes a lot from his own struggles with insecurity.
WATCH | Outside of "Veep" and "Arrested Development," Tony's been hard at work on other projects. Many of those are more serious dramatic roles. He talks about "Yoga Hosers," "Brave New Jersey" and "And Then I Go."
WATCH | Christianity has always been a big part of Tony's life. He talks about how his faith keeps him centered and helps him cope with the demands of Hollywood.
WATCH | Wondering what's next for Buster Bluth on "Arrested Development?" Tony says he's looking forward to season 5 and a possibility of a movie. He talks about the peculiarities that are Buster. And.. find out why Tony was holding that watermelon in all these interviews!