William "Will" Emerson Arnett (pronounced ɑrˈnɛt; born May 4, 1970) is a Canadian actor and comedian known for his many roles, including George Oscar "G.O.B." Bluth II in the Fox series Arrested Development, Devon Banks in the NBC series 30 Rock, Brent Wilts in the IFC series...Wikipedia
Born: 5th May, 1970, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Height: 6' 2½" (189 cm)
Claim to Fame: Gob on Arrested Development
Sean Hayes Engaged to Longtime Partner Scott Icenogle
Oct. 28, 2014 AT 1:00PM
By Allison Takeda
Wedding bells are ringing for Sean Hayes! The Will and Grace alum, 44, is engaged to marry his longtime partner, music composer Scott Icenogle, the actor's rep confirms to Us Weekly.
Speculation about Hayes' relationship status amped up earlier this week, when he appeared on The Talk wearing a silver band on his left ring finger. He also sported the band on Oct. 24 on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he spoke about traveling to Istanbul with... Read More
Posted by eviltwins 2 months ago
I didn't know you were such a sexual person," Howard Stern told Amy Poehler Monday.
"I did," the Yes Please author said with a laugh.
Thus began a lengthy discussion about doing the deed and dating after divorce. "I give sex tips in the book," the 43-year-old Parks and Recreation star explained. "I mean, they're jokes, but they're true."
"I didn't have to write about [sex], but I did think it was a funny bit," she added.
Stern asked his guest about her divorce from Arrested Development star Will Arnett, with... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 3 months ago
Amy Poehler is breaking her silence on her split from her husband of 10 years, Will Arnett. In her new memoir, Yes Please, the funnywoman admits "getting a divorce really sucks."
"Imagine spreading everything you care about on a blanket and then tossing the whole thing up in the air," the Parks and Recreation actress, 43, wrote in an excerpt obtained by Hello! magazine. "The process of divorce is about loading that blanket, throwing it up, watching it all spin, and worrying what stuff will break when it lands."
"When you are a person going... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 3 months ago
Will Arnett is moving on, legally speaking, from his marriage to estranged wife Amy Poehler. The Arrested Development actor, 43, has officially filed for divorce, TMZ reports -- 19 months after Us Weekly exclusively broke news of the couple's separation.According to TMZ, CBS' The Millers star is requesting joint legal and physical custody of his two young sons with the Parks and Recreation actress, Archie, 5, and Abel, 3. He also wants visitation rightsMarried since August 2003, Arnett and Poehler separated amicably in September 2012. In the time since, both have... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 9 months ago
A honey for the holidays! Will Arnett has moved on from his August romance with celebrity chef Katie Lee. The 43-year-old Millers actor is now dating Hollywood producer Erin David, Us Weekly can exclusively confirm.
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"Will and Katie Lee fizzled. He lives in LA, she lives in NYC," an insider reveals to Us. "[Erin] produced one of the shows or a film he was in. She produced a lot of Lorne Michaels stuff."
The new couple haven't been hiding their affection for one another either. Arnett and David -- who first... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 1 year ago
Good pal of screenwriter/playwright Dave McLaughlin. One of Will's first screen roles was in McLaughlin's Southie (1998).
Played brother to his wife Amy Poehler in Blades of Glory (2007).
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This pilot ["Arrested Development" (2003)] by far was the best I ever read -- and I hope that insults every other pilot I worked on.
I was a bad kid for a while. I`d break curfew, smoke bud, drink booze, all the usual stuff. My parents sent me to an all-boys boarding school when I was 12 -- a school designed to even out uneven boys -- and I was constantly caught smoking. You had to chop wood if you got caught smoking, so I was always chopping wood. It was a very outdoorsy school. You got graded on white-water canoeing, or they`d send you out into the woods with a pack of matches and you had to build a quinzhee and survive out there for a few days. I liked that aspect of it. When I was 16 they asked me not to return. I technically wasn`t kicked out, but I guess they caught me smoking and drinking one too many times. I still look back at it fondly as the place I learned to smoke. I can kill butts with the best of them.