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Who is under-represented in the entertainment world? Well, black actors. Last year, only 1.7 percent of all speaking roles were played by black actors.
In 2018, only 4.6 percent of speaking roles were played by black actors. In 2017, it was 5.4 percent. And in 2016, it was 5.2 percent.
The same is true of white actors. Only 15 percent of speaking roles were played by whites in 2018, 14.8 percent in 2017, and 15.7 percent in 2016.
Compared to 2016, a year in which whites made up 75 percent of the population, the percentage of speaking roles by whites dropped from 20.2 percent to 19.9 percent.
This is reflected in films that were released last year. According to Box Office Mojo, the top five grossing movies, “Avengers: Endgame,” “Black Panther,” “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” “Aladdin,” and “The Secret Life of Pets 2,” all starred white actors.
On top of that, in 2018 the top grossing movie, “A Quiet Place,” was a horror film with a black actress as the lead.
So what does this tell us about where the entertainment industry is headed?
Do you really think white actors will continue to be cast in films if white audiences drop?
It seems far more likely that this will change when the 2019 Oscar winners are announced.
We won’t see a movie about a black actor winning the Academy Award for best actor (an award that has been filled in recent years with Emma 0b46394aab