October 06, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

I have added HD screencaptures of Milo from the second episode of the second season of This Is Us titled “A Manny-Splendored Thing” to the gallery! Some really great scenes of Jack this week.

October 06, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

This Is Us returned to our TVs last Tuesday. It was a great episode for the start of the season. I have added HD screen captures of Milo from the episode to the gallery, enjoy!

September 30, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

This Is Us returned on Tuesday… and woah it was goood!! I can’t wait for this season, it’s going to be perfect. On Tuesday, Milo attended a premiere for the second season in Los Angeles! High quality photos are in the gallery. I will work on adding screen captures from the first episode as soon as I can.

September 30, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

On Monday (September 25), Milo visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Check out stills in the gallery as well as interview clips below.

September 30, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

On Monday (September 25), Milo attended the We Are Timex Fall 2017 Collection Launch in New York. I have added HQ photos from the launch to the gallery!

September 17, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

Yesterday (September 16), Milo attended the Television Industry Advocacy Awards! You can check out HQ photos from the arrivals as well as Milo inside in the gallery. Enjoy!

September 15, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

This Is Us is featured in the September 22 issue of Entertainment Weekly. Check out the scans in the gallery!

August 04, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

Yesterday (August 3), Milo attended the 2017 Summer TCA Tour for This Is Us! I t was great to see Milo out. I’ve updated the gallery with HQ photos from the arrivals, panel, and portraits. Enjoy.

June 23, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

GQ – Gentlemen, we feel your pain and see your stains: It’s hot out there. So with help from This Is Us star Milo Ventimiglia, we’ve created a working man’s survival guide to the steamiest months of the year, including the new breed of lightweight summer suits and the bags, watches, and shoes that make you shine…without actually shining

Milo Ventimiglia’s bad-boy days are over. When Gilmore Girls returned last year for a four-episode Netflix run, viewers noticed that the 39-year-old actor’s rough-and-tough Jess Mariano had suddenly become too good a man for the show’s younger protagonist. And on This Is Us—the family weeper (and runaway hit) that followed soon after—Ventimiglia kills viewers with kindness as the Pearson clan’s patriarch, Jack. Is it true what they say, that age softens your edges?

“Look, I’ve played a superhero,” the youthful-as-ever Orange County native says in reference to his days on Heroes. “But I think Jack Pearson is actually the most realistic hero possible. He’s a father who has influence over his children, who has impact on his family, who can be a good husband if he really, truly tries. I think that just being a good man is something we all can strive for and achieve.”

“But at the same time,” he advises sternly, “don’t let anyone walk all over you. People should not mistake kindness for weakness. If you approach someone with goodness, or if someone’s approaching you with goodness, you’re gonna tenfold be better to them. But if they’re bad to you, you can’t allow that. So treat me good, I’ll treat you better. Treat me bad, I’ll treat you worse.”

June 07, 2017 / Emily / No Comments

NY POST – This is the year Milo Ventimiglia became a dad — at least on TV.

The 39-year-old actor already enjoyed a reputation as a Hollywood heartthrob, playing younger parts like those of irresistibly brooding teen Jess Mariano on “Gilmore Girls” and empath Peter Petrelli on “Heroes.” But he finally got to act his age for the role of Jack Pearson, a father who — after the death of one of his newborn triplets — decides to adopt an orphaned baby on the premiere episode of NBC’s “This Is Us.”

“I wanted to play a good man,” Ventimiglia tells Alexa after our cover shoot, sitting on an outdoor patio in Los Angeles’ Benedict Canyon, as wind chimes ring in the background. “It was very simple how he loved his wife, how he loved his kids.”

That unabashed love helped “This Is Us” become network television’s biggest sensation in years. (Its trailer broke streaming records last May, four months before the show premiered.) The series leaps back and forth through time, showing the close-knit, interracial Pearson family at different ages while dangling a sobering fact before its besotted audience: Jack dies and his wife, Rebecca (Mandy Moore), remarries.

Ventimiglia, who has changed from his designer photoshoot threads into an effortlessly cool black T-shirt and jeans, knew he was playing a dead man when he signed on for the project (even if the particulars of his character’s death remain a mystery to viewers).

“I know how [Jack dies], I know when, I know why. It didn’t sway me at all. [Executive producer Dan] Fogelman said to me, ‘Milo, don’t worry. Just because Jack is dead in the present day doesn’t mean you’re going to be off the show.’ ”

Indeed, Ventimiglia remains a pivotal father figure both on-camera and off.

“I try to show up even on the days I’m not working,” he explains. “I do a lot of photography behind the scenes. I shoot everything on film [that takes place] in the past and everything on digital [that takes place] in the present. I try to be around, be that Papa Pearson.”
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