Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon was fired by a Hollywood agency for making anti-Semitic remarks. This comes in response to his controversial statement against American Jews. Susan’s pro-Palestinian and anti-Jewish outburst turned into anger and criticism. United Talent Agency, found her opinion and way of expressing her views on the war between Israel and Hamas extremely disturbing and therefore decided to cut ties with her.
Susan Sarandon fired by Hollywood agency UTA
The 77-year-old actress came under fire for a recent impassioned speech. Her statements, which she made following the Hamas attack on October 7, were the subject of strong criticism. “get a taste of what it feels like to be a Muslim in America,” Susan said, in her latest outburst against the Jewish community.
Page Six was informed Tuesday by a representative for UTA that the company had terminated representation of Susan Sarandon. On November 17, Sarandon spoke in favor of a conversation between protesters and American Jews at a pro-Palestinian event in New York. She expressed concern about the increase in anti-Semitic incidents and the apparent lack of security for demonstrators.
“There are a lot of people who are afraid, who are afraid to be Jewish right now, and who have a taste of what it feels like to be a Muslim in this country, so often subject to violence “. Said Suzanne
Who is Susan Sarandon?
Susan Sarandon is well known for her roles in popular films like Thelma & Louise and her Oscar-winning performance in Dead Man Walking. The A-list celebrity and star has been linked to UTA since 2014. She has been working with her representation agency for a long time, but the agency decided to part ways. Susan also appeared in a DC spin-off Blue Beetle this year. The film turned out to be a box office debacle. The actress still has a few films in her catalog, some of which have already completed post-production.
Susan Sarandon’s anti-Jewish remarks raise concerns
Regarding Susan’s remark, the former chief speechwriter of the Israeli mission to the UN issued a statement. “When Susan Sarandon said that Jews ‘get a taste of what it feels like to be a Muslim in this country,’ she was saying that American Jews get it: we don’t deserve to live in safe from harassment and attacks.
Even Asra Nomani, a Muslim American writer and education activist, expressed displeasure with his comments, which drew sharp criticism. “It’s a ‘taste’ of life for a Muslim family in America. Please don’t minimize the experience of American Jews by eliminating the hell it represents for Muslims living in Muslim countries and vilifying America for the lives – and freedoms – it represents. Offering Muslims like my family. Go live like a Muslim woman in a Muslim country,” Asra Nomani said on X.