Halle Berryrecently revealed that even though she’s an A-list, Oscar-winning actress, quality roles are still hard to come by. In an interview with The Guardian, she said that she was “disappointed” by the stats but “inspired” by the rise of Black actresses and actors in influential roles since.
Berry told The Guardian:
“When I see how many people of colour are doing such good work out there. The quality and value of our work isn’t determined by an award. I would like to see more of them recognised, absolutely, but we all need to find the win in the work, and doing our craft. The real win is when we’re not just selling stories of colour, that people of colour can be in everyday stories. Where we’re not saying, ‘These are the movies for Black people.’”
Berry’s historic win as the first Black woman recipient of the Oscars’
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