Zachary Quinto to Star in THE GIRL WHO INVENTED KISSING
THE GIRL WHO INVENTED KISSING
Variety reports that Zachary Quinto and Natalie Dormer have signed on to star in THE GIRL WHO INVENTED. The actors will join previously announced cast members Stephen Graham and Adelaide Clemens. Tom Sierchio, who wrote the script, will also direct.
According to the report, the film centers on "two brothers whose lives are interrupted when a nameless young drifter walks out of the rain and into their bar."
Zachary Quinto is currently making his Broadway debut in John Tiffany's revival of Tennessee Williams' much-lauded play THE GLASS MENAGERIE - but before he joined co-stars Cherry Jones and Celia Keenan-Bolger onstage, Quinto turned heads and stomachs as Dr. Oliver Thredson/Bloody Face on the second season of Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story - which just landed him a 2013 Emmy nomination. Below, BroadwayWorld honors Quinto with selected clips from the show!
Quinto is best known for his portrayal of the young Mr. Spock in the JJ Abrams directed 2009 film Star Trek and as Sylar in the NBC series Heroes. His theatre credits include the role of Louis in the revival of Angels in America at Signature Theatre for which he received a Theater World Award and a Drama Desk nomination, as well as Side Man, Gross Indecency (City Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (LA Shakespeare Festival), A Lonely Impulse of Delight (Vineyard Playhouse), The Bear (Tintreach Company - Galway, Ireland), Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow (Old Globe), Much Ado About Nothing (LA Shakespeare Festival), Pro Bono Publico, A Map of Doubt and Rescue, Laying On of Hands, Lonesome Hollow (Ojai Playwright's Conference). He may currently be seen on the second season of the Emmy nominated show American Horror Story on FX. This past year, Quinto produced and starred in Margin Call which was nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards.
Graham appears on "Boardwalk Empire" as Al Capone. Dormer now stars in Ron Howard's "Rush" and HBO's "Game of Thrones." Clemens was most recently seen in "The Great Gatsby."
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