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Tambor was born in San Francisco, California, the son of Eileen (née Salzberg), a homemaker, and Michael Bernard Tambor, a flooring contractor. He has had a significant career in episodic TV, where he made numerous guest appearances on different shows, including Taxi, Kojak, M*A*S*H, The Golden Girls, and Three's Company.
He grew up in a Conservative Jewish family with roots in Hungary and Ukraine. In 1979 Tambor got his first role as a main character in television in the short-lived show The Ropers.
A typical Adam's Word publication includes information concerning transitioning, support groups, books with trans content (sometimes accompanied by a review), and various reflections from contributors regarding events and conferences they attended.
In an early TV job, an ad for Avis rent-a-car, he was seen running (huffing and puffing) through an airport, mocking O. In 1981 he appeared in an episode of Barney Miller as a man who was trying to bring exposure to the members of the Trilateral Commission in charge of the coming New World Order.Adam's Word was a monthly newsletter of The Adam Society, a non-profit support group for female-to-male crossdressers, transsexuals, and their significant others.