Many people have watched Jeffrey Tambor act in a wide variety of roles. From the Larry Sanders Show to Arrested Development, Tambor has shown that he had a knack for playing comedic characters. In 2014, Tambor took on the role of Maura Pfefferman. a former professor starting a new life as a woman in the television show Transparent. Tambor would go on to win a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in 2014. Amid the continual reports of new scandals against Hollywood’s elite, new allegations have surfaced against Tambor.
In early November, Jeffrey has faced allegations of misconduct from two trans women who appeared with Tambor on the show Transparent. Both women alleged that Tambor made lewd comments and physically harassed the actresses. By November 19th, Tambor announced that he would be leaving the show Transparent indefinitely. It remains unknown if Amazon Studios, the creators of Transparent, will renew the show for another season after these accusations.
It now appears that Tambor is currently under fire for yet another set of misconduct allegations that stem from 2001. Makeup artist Tamina Delbridge, who worked with Tambor on the set of the 2001’s film Never Again, has released information about an incident involving herself and the actor on the last day of filming. Tamina claims that Tambor grabbed and kissed Delbridge on the lips without any warning. Tambor gave a statement stating that he had “no recollection” of the 2001 incident and his actions were only meant as an “enthusiastic farewell” in a statement seen on the website of The Hollywood Reporter.
In summary, Jeffery Tambor has been recently under fire for multiple incidents of misconduct on the set of the television show Transparent. However, it appears that a new set of allegations have happened that go all the way back to 2001. It was on the set of a 2001 film Never Again that makeup artist Tamara Delbridge that Tambor grabbed and forcefully kissed her on the lips without her consent. Tambor alleges that his actions did not have bad intentions behind them and were his way of showing enthusiasm.