the Black Lives Matter movement's struggle for equal rights for all regardless of color has really taken off in recent times, and a variety of animated tv shows have in recent days made changes in the cast.
Among other things, 'The Simpsons' for stating that all of the dark characters in the future must have the voices of the dark actors, while also Mike Henry has retired from his role as a Cleveland Brown in the animated sitcom series 'Family Guy' and 'The Cleveland Show'.
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For the Netflix series 'BoJack Horseman' is it too late to change anything now, and it irks Alison Brie, who in six seasons did the voice for Diana Nguyen, who was of vietnamese descent.
the Series ended in January 2020, and now apologize for the 37-year-old actress for her role. It happens in a posting on Instagram.
'When I look in the rearview mirror, I would wish that I had not given voice to the character of Diana Nguyen. Now, I understand that colored people must always be put the vote to the colored people,' writes Alison Brie, and continues:
'We missed a good opportunity to represent the vietnamese-american environment fair and respectful, and I am very sorry. I salute all those who have left their roles in recent days. I have learned much from them.'
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In the much-acclaimed Netflix series, among other things, has received two Emmy nominations, follow the horse 'BoJack Horseman', who in the 90's was a great sitcom star, but since has been a somewhat afdanket celebrity, which is now struggling to make a comeback.
Alison Brie has also had major roles in tv series such as 'Mad men' and 'Community'.