Eli Nicholas Tambor
Eli Nicholas Tambor is an American actor who has starred in various films and television shows. He has also been a voice actor, most notably as King Neptune in the 2004 SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. His voice acting career has also led to a number of roles in television shows, including he served as the announcer for Hollywood Squares from 2002 to 2003.
In television, Tambor has had a lengthy career. He has starred in numerous comedy series, including Arrested Development, Kojak, and L.A. Law. He also has voice acting credits, such as in the 2006 movie, Twenty Good Years. His next role was as Uncle Saul on the show Welcome to the Captain, which was canceled in March 2008. He has also appeared in a variety of cameo roles on the series Entourage.
Tambor is married to Kasia Tambor. The couple has five children together. Their oldest son, Gabriel Kasper Tambor, is an actor and voice artist. Tambor received two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe for his role in Transparent. He is also the father of Molly Tambor and Mason Moore. He is Jewish.
Jeffrey Tambor and his wife Kasia welcomed twin sons on October 4, 2017. Tambor is a married man with two adult children from previous relationships. He is six feet, 1 inch tall and is the father of two boys. He is currently starring in the film The Invention of Lying.
Tambor is a character actor best known for his roles in television shows. He has starred in several TV shows, including Transparent and Arrested Development. He is also a voice actor, with an expressive booming voice. He is married to Kasia Ostlun. He has six children – one of whom is named after his wife.
Tambor is 6 feet, 1 inch tall and weighs 210 pounds. He has been married three times. His first marriage, to Dora Zbierlund, ended in 1991. His second marriage with Katie Mitchell, failed to last. He later married Kasia Ostlun in 2001. The actor is active in the Hollywood film industry, and has received several awards for his acting.