Few pictures of Ty from 5th Annual L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade Annual Fundraiser event have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
Public Appearances > Events From 2014 > 5th Annual L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade Annual Fundraiser
Thanks a lot to my friend Carol.
A couple of days ago Ty was a guest of Jimmy Kimmel. Finally I found some HQ stills and a couple of videos to add to the site.
Public Appearances > Events From 2014 > Jimmy Kimmel Live!
The first official promo-solo for Modern Family season 6.
An excerpt for new Modern Family on TV GUIDE.
Magazine Scans > Scans From 2014 > TV Guide, September 22
Ty Burrell may have his own bar in Salt Lake City (true story), but when he’s in L.A., the former bouncer prefers the old-timey feel of Oldfields Liquor Room in Culver City. It’s the perfect place to tuck into some ice-cold gin over a round of ridiculously good-natured jokes. The only person better than Phil Dunphy? The guy who plays him on TV.
Of all the gin joints in Culver City, Ty Burrell walks into Oldfields Liquor Room with the disarming air of the everyman. The date is August 3, 2014; the time is a crisp 5:00 p.m.—the world’s most ideal cocktailing time; and, in precisely 22 days, the 47-year-old will take home his second primetime Emmy award for his portrayal of Phil Dunphy on the embarrassingly popular ABC sitcom Modern Family. And, yes, for the record, he is everything you want him to be—and then some. Ty Burrell is kind, but not phony; funny, but not insecure; and manly, but not patriarchal. It’s a far cry from the role he plays in The Skeleton Twins, out tomorrow, an incisively dark comedy about an estranged brother (Bill Hader) and sister (Kristen Wiig) who reunite after both attempt suicide on the same day. It sounds gritty, but the characters—including Burrell’s lecherous and closeted teacher Rich—are imbued with such humanity and humor that you can’t help but care about them. Here, over a round of chartreuse cocktails, Burrell opens up about his teenaged taste in music, three months spent as the “softest” bartender in Boston, and the culinary perks of being a child star on ABC’s most popular series.