Milo for April/May Cover of Haute Living

Milo is featured on the cover of Haute Living! He looks so handsome, as always! You can check out the cover and photoshoot in our gallery and read the interview below!

NOT MANY PEOPLE would dare to take an Airstream up to 90 miles an hour, but Milo Ventimiglia, believe it or not, has always had a bad-boy side. Still, the truth behind his need for speed is much more Milo the man and less, perhaps, the rebel many used to make him out to be. He tested the limits of his 55 mph chrome caravan because he was hell-bent on getting to work on time. And that, too, is badass, though perhaps not in the conventional way. Which is okay, because conventional Milo Ventimiglia is very much not.

Fans typically correlate him with one of two roles: Jess Mariano, Gilmore Girls’ rebel without a cause, or, more often these days, his current small-screen character, Jack Pearson, the flawed but fantastic dad of three on NBC’s This Is Us. The truth? He’s somewhere in between.
The Milo Ventimiglia of today, a man on the brink of turning 44, toes the line between these two amalgamations. He has a thing for Harleys and favors leather jackets like Jess; like Jack, he is kind, responsible and paternal — an intriguing trait for a perpetual bachelor. Call it the best of both worlds.

But let me backpedal here and set the scene for how Ventimiglia came to be speeding across the U.S. of A. in his big silver bullet. Last spring, he was about to start filming Evel, a limited series about daredevil Evel Knievel, in New Mexico. His transformation was complete: a lush, dyed-blond mane, blue contact lenses, a waddle, thatches of tufty chest hair. He learned to do wheelies on vintage motorcycles; no hardship, pure fun. And then, on March 13, two days before production commenced, Covid-19 shut it (along with the rest of Hollywood) all down.

After hearing about the panic and the toilet paper wars back home in Los Angeles, he opted to stay in Albuquerque for three months. His rented house was already paid for, so why not? He hunkered down and chilled out. With Hollywood still shuttered months later, realization dawned that the road trip he had been attempting to take for the better part of three years, the one he never seemed to have enough time for, could finally happen. So he took a Covid test, headed to his hometown of Anaheim, Calif. — which also happens to be the home of Disneyland and Great Adventure (so fitting) — to give his mom and dad a hug and made tracks.

“There was no obligation to be on set, which meant that I could be anywhere,” he explains to me over Zoom in March. “So I said, ‘You know, I’m just going to go on the road for a little bit.’”

That “little bit” turned into a 10,000-mile adventure: a pitstop in Utah to visit one sister, a journey to Oregon (where he also owns a home) to see the other, some camping in between and the purchase of his hot new ride (that Airstream) — which, though it sounds so “f—ing chic and cool,” was a pretty big departure from a Harley, his transportation of choice. (And it was definitely preferable to that one time in the past year that he took a flight, double-masked, shield up, hoodie pulled tight, looking like some kind of “weird video game character.”)

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written by Emily on May 05, 2021 under

This Is Us: 5.11 ‘One Small Step …’ Screen Captures

I have updated the gallery with HD screen captures from Tuesday’s new episode of This Is Us titled One Small Step …. This was probably my favorite episode of the season. I loved seeing more of Nicky and learn more about him when he was younger!

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This Is Us: 5.10 ‘I’ve Got This’ Screen Captures

I have added HD screen captures from the latest episode of This Is Us titled I’ve Got This. Enjoy!

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This Is Us: 5.09 ‘The Ride’ Screen Captures

Hi Milo fans! I have updated the gallery with HD screen captures from the latest episode of This Is Us titled “The Ride.” Enjoy!

written by Emily on February 25, 2021 under

This Is Us: 5.08 ‘In the Room’ Screen Captures

The gallery has been updated with HD screen captures from the latest episode of This Is Us titled “In the Room.”

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This Is Us: 5.07 ‘There’ Screen Captures

Hello Milo fans, I have updated the gallery with HD screen captures from Tuesday’s new episode of This Is Us titled “There“! A great episode with lots of of Jack and Kevin!

written by Emily on February 12, 2021 under

‘This Is Us’ 5.01 – 5.04 Episode Stills & Screen Captures

I have updated the gallery with episode stills and HD screen captures from the first four episodes of Season 5 of This Is Us. This Is Us returns tonight on NBC.

written by Emily on January 05, 2021 under

Milo Ventimiglia’s Way Of Life

DA MAN – Looking back, American actor Milo Ventimiglia entered into the world of show business in what can only be described as one of the defining shows of 90s TV, Will Smith’s “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” back in 1995. Other than that, he was once best known for his work on “Gilmore Girls” where he took on the role of Jess Mariano, Rory Gilmore’s troubled love interest, then as the son of Sylvester Stallone in 2006’s Rocky Balboa and as Peter Petrelli in the sci-fi drama “Heroes.”

Nowadays, though, he’s known for his leading role as Jack Pearson opposite Mandy Moore on NBC’s hit drama series “This Is Us.” For his role as Jack Pearson, Ventimiglia has received three Primetime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series back in 2017 and 2018, as well as this year. And to top it all off, three new seasons of “This Is Us” has been confirmed, starting from 2019-2020 until the 2021-2022 season—which speaks volumes of the show’s success and the performance, not to mention the star power, of its leading performer. For more on Ventimiglia’s recent work and his upcoming projects, DAMAN sat down for a trans-continental chat.

DA MAN: Hi Milo, thanks for having us. How are you doing these days?
Milo Ventimiglia: I’m great, thank you very much.

DA: So, let’s talk about “This Is Us.” If we’re not mistaken, last year, the show scored 11 Emmy nominations. What was it like for you coming into this show?
MV: Working on an Emmy nominated show is just like working on any other show. You showed up, you got excited to be there. You work well with the crew, your writers, your casts, your pre and post-productions. You just remain present. At least that’s what I’ve done and I think as the show has going on and we stayed in the Emmy conversations, it actually makes me work even harder. Go even deeper into the characters, the stories, just kind of double down the material, not to stay in the conversation for awards, but just to do the good work.

DA: Speaking of which, NBC announced that “This Is Us” would be renewed for a fourth season. The network has also confirmed a fifth and sixth season going all the way until 2020. How do you feel about this development?
MV: I’m very excited about the three seasons pick up. I think that’s a great thing for the audience. I think it’s good that we are able to let them know that they can committed to us, that we’re going to tell more stories and get through more stories, and we’ll be around for a little while. I think that this will also let the audience know that we have an end plan, or end game, and we’re not just telling random stories, but it’s all directed into one path. And I’m looking forward to it.

DA: By the way, after three seasons, do you still remember what it was that first drew you to audition for “This Is Us”?
MV: It was just a great script. You know, I read it first as an audience member and then I found love with the story. Beautiful story about family, and then also individually, about this man who so deeply wanted this, to build this family. So, it was just really that first read of the script that really pulled me in.

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written by Emily on August 06, 2019 under

Milo Visits Late Night with Seth Meyers

Milo Ventimiglia talks about working with a talking dog in The Art of Racing in the Rain, riding motorcycles in Japan with Norman Reedus and knowing how This Is Us will end.

written by Emily on August 06, 2019 under

‘The Art of Racing in the Rain’ New York Premiere

Yesterday, Milo attended the New York premiere of The Art of Racing in the Rain with Amanda Seyfried and Simon Curtis at the Whitby Hotel. The gallery has been updated with HQ photos!

written by Emily on August 06, 2019 under
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