'Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks' directed by Peter Glanz
Jeffrey Tambor and Adam Goldberg have wrapped AMC’s original Web series “The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks.”
Peter Glanz wrote and directed the project, which follows a successful theater director (Goldberg) staging an elaborate play that mirrors his own life.
Laura Clery, Wendy Glenn, Camille Cregan, Fabianne Gstottenmayr and Liesl Gaffney-Dawson play the helmer’s various love interests, while Tambor plays his therapist. Barry Primus and Peter Chekvala also co-star.
Juan Iglesias co-wrote the project and exec produced with Neda Armian.
It remains unclear when the 44-minute, black-and-white Web series will debut or how long the episodes will run.
Goldberg was recently cast as one of the leads in CBS’ police pilot “Rookies.”
Tambor will soon be seen in two movies that screened at Sundance — Tom McCarthy’s “Win Win” and Rob Minkoff’s “Flypaper.” He also appears in Greg Mottola’s sci-fi comedy “Paul,” which Universal releases on March 18, the same day “Win Win” opens.
Glanz is an up-and-coming filmmaker best known for his short films and fashion commercials.
Tambor is repped by Gersh and Burstein Co., while UTA and Luber Roklin Entertainment rep Goldberg. Glanz is repped by WME and Benderspink.