Wayne State University
Wayne State University
San Francisco State University
Appeared alongside Oscar winners Ben Affleck and J.K. Simmons in the crime drama "The Accountant"
Voiced a role in the animated comedy "Trolls"
Co-starred with Jack Black and James Marsden in buddy comedy "The D-Train"
Starred as transgender woman Maura Pfefferman on Amazon series "Transparent"
Had recurring role as a judge on CBS legal series "The Good Wife"
Reprised role of Sid for final time in "The Hangover Part III"
Rejoined cast of rebooted "Arrested Development"
Co-starred in futuristic thriller "Branded"
Co-starred in crime drama "For the Love of Money"
Reprised role as Sid Garner in Todd Phillips' "The Hangover Part II"
Co-starred in family movie "Mr. Popper's Penguins"
Lent his voice to the animated feature "Tangled"
Appeared in the Todd Phillips comedy "The Hangover"
Reprised role for "Hellboy II: The Golden Army"
Played a fictionalized version of himself in several episodes of HBO's "Entourage"
Co-starred with John Lithgow on the short-lived NBC sitcom, "Twenty Good Years"
Voiced King Neptune in "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie"
Cast in Guillermo del Toro's comic book adaption "Hellboy"
Played dual role of twin brothers George Bluth Sr. and Oscar Bluth on the FOX sitcom, "Arrested Development"
Cast as Mayor Augustus Maywho in "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas"
Cast in NBC's short-lived sitcom "Everything's Relative"
Starred as Dr. Melvin Potts opposite Winona Ryder in "Girl, Interrupted"
Played Dr. Fish in the Eddie Murphy comedy, "Doctor Dolittle"
Cast as Sully the Farrelly brothers comedy "There's Something About Mary"
Played announcer Hank Kingsley on the HBO comedy series, "The Larry Sanders Show"
Co-starred in Mel Brooks' "Life Stinks"
Cast in the short-lived ABC action-comedy series "Max Headroom"
Lent his voice to the syndicated children's series, "The New Adventures of Jonny Quest"
Played Michael Keaton's boss in the comedy "Mr. Mom"
Cast in the recurring role of Judge Alan Wachtel on NBC's police drama "Hill Street Blues"
Appeared in first TV miniseries, "Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story" (NBC)
Appeared several times on ABC's "Three's Company"
Made feature film debut, playing Al Pacino's mentally unstable law partner in "And Justice for All"
Played first role as a series regular on spin-off "The Ropers"
Made Broadway debut in Arthur Penn's "Sly Fox"
Tambor dedicated both his first Emmy win and his performance as Maura to the transgender community in his acceptance speech at the 2015 Emmy Awards.
Tambor taught theater courses at Wayne State University in Detroit.