The fifth season of Modern Family is finally reaching our shores this evening, and to celebrate we’ve got a few words from Phil Dunphy himself.
When we sat down with Ty Burrell recently to discuss his role in Dreamworks animation Mr Peabody & Sherman, we took the opportunity to find out his favourite moment from the show so far.
Thanks to my splendid friend Luciana we’ve got HQs of Ty at the Mr. Peabody And Sherman Press Conference.
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Actor Ty Burrell attending The Famed Top Dog Mr. Peabody pawprint ceremony at TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX on February 14, 2014 in Hollywood, California.
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Yesterday Ty participated to two events: SiriusXM Studios and “Mr. Peabody And Sherman” Ring The NASDAQ Opening Bell. Enjoy the HQs I grabbed.
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Public Appearances > Events from 2014 > SiriusXM Studios
“Mr. Peabody And Sherman” Screening took place yesterday in New York. Enjoy below some HQs I grabbed of Ty attending.
Public Appearances > Events from 2014 > “Mr. Peabody And Sherman” Screening
Ty Burrell had considered giving up acting before landing a career-changing role in the TV comedy series Modern Family, he tells Siobhan Synnot
Ty Burrell is considering whether the time has come to claim his birthright. “I know about Sir John Burrell and The Burrell Collection in Glasgow,” he says cautiously. “And I know you call it Burrrel, and not Burr-EL, like we pronounce it. But I must be good for a painting or a statue or something.”
Well why not? These last few years Burrell has been scooping up all manner of goodies, including a starring role in America’s favourite sitcom, Modern Family, acting awards, and leads in two big family films this year.
Perched at the edge of his hotel seat, testing out a teabag with the authority of a man who has been inducted into Typhoo by months of filming the new Muppet movie in London, Burrell is tall, skinny and rather handsome in a dark, saturnine way.
“The Frankenbrow got me typecast as a lot of villains and jerks,” he says, pointing at his strong forehead, but as soon as he grins, that brooding overhang recedes into a goofy approachability that immediately and irresistibly reminds you of Phil Dunphy.