Jeffrey Tambor Reflects on Scientology, Transgender Issues in His New Memoir - 2017-05-16

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F117.png Jeffrey Tambor Reflects on Scientology, Transgender Issues in His New Memoir May 16, 2017, Christina Schoellkopf, Hollywood Reporter

Despite the organization's financial scams and pressure to remove yourself from your wife, you say you hold "no hard feelings" today toward the Church of Scientology. Why is that?

Yep, no hard feelings. Because what's the use of hard feelings? In that chapter, I tried to be as fair as I could. It was me looking for love. I actually had a very good time. And I met a lot of very nice people. A magazine wanted to do a chapter on it as a stand-alone piece, and I said, "No." Because it could have sounded like I'm blaming. It's not about that. It's about me. That chapter is not so much about Scientology, as it is about Jeffrey. I meant that. Thanks for the memories. All experiences work, and they add to the paint. I don't think hard feelings help anything.


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