Sir Ian McKellen : gay men don’t win Oscars either

With his trademark dry wit, veteran actor wonders why he can't win an Academy Award for playing a straight man - when three straight men have won for portraying gay men.

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The veteran actor made his comments after no ethnic minority actors were nominated for the big acting awards for the second year running, sparking a boycott and calls for reform.

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Sir Ian McKellen, 76, who is gay and a co-founder of Stonewall, expressed sympathy with black actors for being “ill-treated” but added that the question of diversity went further than race.

Read more at telegraph.co.uk

Photo By Stefan Servos [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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