You might know Tony Hale as Buster Bluth, the neurotic man-child on the TV show Arrested Development. Or maybe you're more familiar with Hale as Gary Walsh, the frighteningly loyal assistant to the Vice President-turned-President on Veep. Now Hale has a new project. He's written a children's book, inspired by his own struggle to balance Hollywood ambition with a living-in-the-moment life.
Actor Tony Hale on His Children's Book and Living in the Moment
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