火曜日に, 俳優が出演 “ジミーキンメルライブ!” そして彼の晩年について開いた “懐の仲間” 共演者ピーター・スコラリ.
The NBC sitcom, から放映された 1980 まで 1982, followed the misadventures of two men who disguise themselves as women so they can live in the very affordable, but female-only Susan B. Anthony Hotel. While the series only lasted for two seasons, it led to a real-life lasting friendship between the two stars.
スコラリ 亡くなりました last month at age 66 after a two-year battle with cancer. Hanks became visibly emotional as he remembered the actor during his appearance.
“Peter — God bless him, I’ll miss him every day — he had the body of a gymnast, I mean like a professional Cirque du Soleil gymnast,” the 65-year-old told Kimmel, 53. “He could do, お気に入り, the iron triangle and stuff like that; he was a juggler. I don’t know how many people truly do change your lives when you cross paths with them, but he and I met, we picked up the scripts, we started screwing around, and I actually thought, 'ああ, これです. This is how this works. This is like a hand inside a glove.’”
“For two years at Paramount Studios, on unlucky stage 25, we cut it up,” Hanks shared. “… We were molecularly connected in a way that we started speaking the same language.”
Hanks choked back tears after re-watching a clip from “Bosom Buddies.”
“Peter has a lovely family, his wife Tracy [Shayne], he’s got absolutely great kids,” 彼は言った. “We lost him to the emperor of all maladies, so thanks for letting us show that.”
Scolari’s passing was previously confirmed by his manager, Ellen Lubin Sanitsky, to Fox News.
“He was a wonderful, wonderful, extraordinary actor,” 彼女は言いました. “It’s heartbreaking.”
The star successfully led a 43-year career in show business. It featured his Emmy-nominated regular role of producer Michael Harris on Bob Newhart’s 1984 コメディ “ニューハート,” his Emmy-winning recurring role as the father of Lena Dunham’s character on HBO’s “Girls,” そして, ごく最近, his role as Bishop Thomas Marx on the CBS supernatural drama “Evil,” Deadline.com 報告.
スコラリ, who made his mark on both television and the stage, found fame in the popular, but short-lived “Bosom Buddies.” He went on to appear on Broadway six times with “ヘアスプレー” (2003), “ずるいキツネ” (2004), “魔法/鳥” (2012), “Bronx Bombers” (2014) そして “邪悪な” (2016). He also shared the stage with Hanks in 2013’s “Lucky Guy.” His final New York stage appearance was in the 2018 Off-Broadway production of “The True.”
A partial roster of other TV credits include “Fosse/Verdon,” “Madoff,” “グッドファイト,” “マーフィーブラウン,” “The West Wing,” “ER,” “ゴッサム,” “法律 & 注文: SVU,” “Ally McBeal,” “From The Earth To The Moon” そして “Honey I Shrunk The Kids: テレビ番組” – just to name a few, Deadline.com shared. He also made a cameo appearance as a TV host in the 1996 comedy film “That Thing You Do!”, which was directed by and starred Hanks.
Scolari is survived by his wife and children Nicholas, ジョセフ, Keaton and Cali.