Jeffrey Tambor Didn't Leave 'Transparent' After All


Creator and EP Jill Soloway said she would not discuss the recent accusations against Tambor while speaking on a panel at Vulture Fest L.A.

Tambor was accused of sexual harassment by his former personal assistant, a trans woman named Van Barnes, in a private Facebook post on November 8.

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In a statement, the Emmy-winning actor "adamantly and vehemently" denied any wrongdoing, and called Barnes "disgruntled".

"Given the politicized atmosphere that seems to have afflicted our set, I don't see how I can return to Transparent".

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Contrary to previous reports, the New York Times is now reporting that Jeffrey Tambor, star of the hit Amazon show Transparent, has not, in fact, stepped down from his leading role as Maura Pfefferman, nor does he have any plans to. What has become clear over the past weeks, however, is that this is no longer the job I signed up for four years ago, ' he said in a statement at the time. "I am deeply sorry if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being sexually aggressive or if I ever offended or hurt anyone". After that, guest star Trace Lysette said that Tambor had behaved inappropriately around her. The work can now presumably begin on figuring out how to write Tambor out of the show. (Allegations by many other men have been reported since.) And when a New York Times investigation revealed multiple allegations of sexual misconduct by the comedian Louis C.K., a distributor canceled the premiere of his movie "I Love You, Daddy", and FX and other networks broke ties with him.

Lysette, who like Barnes is transgender, said that Tambor assaulted her in a corner of the soundstage while they were waiting for a camera setup for a pivotal scene in the second season.

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She claimed that the actor cornered her and thrust himself "back and forth against my body" before she pushed him off. The results of that investigation are not clear, and the company hasn't made any explicit statement on whether they are parting ways with the actor.