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Bush for re-election, but which actually lampooned Bush, who went on to win re-election. During the run-up to the November 2012 general election, Whitford and Courage Campaign founder/chair, Rick Jacobs, appeared together in a video that explained "what's really going on and who's really behind California's Proposition 30 and Proposition 32." During the run-up to the November 2014 Wisconsin gubernatorial election, Whitford visited multiple University of Wisconsin System campuses in support of the campaign for the Democratic nominee for governor Mary Burke, who was running against incumbent Republican Governor Scott Walker; Burke lost.
Two years ago, film critic Sara Stewart sat down to re-watch “Sixteen Candles,” one of her favorite 1980s John Hughes comedies. One scene, played for laughs — the ostensible hero gifting his drunk girlfriend to another boy — seemed like a manual for rape.
For his role, he won an Emmy Award in 2001 for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
Whitford also wrote two episodes of the series ("Faith Based Initiative" in the sixth season and "Internal Displacement" in the seventh).
Daniel Kaffee), in the Aaron Sorkin written play A Few Good Men.
This was the beginning of a recurring working relationship between Whitford and Sorkin.
[on whether he thinks there is a difference between actors who do theater and film versus those who just do film] I think with certain kinds of material it's just a huge advantage.
Readers accused her of being humorless, of ruining something beloved.
Whitford also made a guest appearance on ER in the Emmy award-winning March 1995 episode "Love's Labor Lost".
Whitford joined the cast of Sorkin's The West Wing as Josh Lyman with the show's premiere in 1999.
In 2013, Whitford played Pete Harrison in the ABC comedy Trophy Wife, which was canceled after one season.
Most recently, Whitford appeared in the Amazon series Transparent in the first season in a recurring role as a cross-dressing businessman Whitford is a political liberal and has appeared several times on Real Time with Bill Maher.
After The West Wing ended in May 2006, Whitford appeared in Sorkin's later series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip playing the role of Danny Tripp.