"Transparent" star Trace Lysette opens up about her experiences being typecast and her vision for a gender-inclusive entertainment industry in the era of #MeToo.
The actor's behavior reportedly "could not be justified or excused under scrutiny."
Most of the auditions I get, the first two lines of the script are, "I had a penis. I used to be a man."
Treat yourself to escapist entertainment, indulge in family drama, and spend all your cash at New York's dueling art book fairs.
Jim Frohna has been a close collaborator of Jill Soloway's for years, tasked with bringing the most painful, powerful moments in her characters' lives to the screen.
Though television has been slowly getting better with LGBTQ representation, it's clear we still have a long way to go.
Throughout her career, Rain Valdez has been stereotyped as an Asian woman and a transgender person—but on shows like 'Transparent' and 'Lopez', she has started to see the film industry change.