Danny Glover thinks that there must be more diversity in the movie bizActor and activist Danny Glover has been fighting for civil rights since his student days. In 1992, he was one of the co-founders of the Pan African Film Festival, designed to “promote cultural understanding among people of African descent”. In this exclusive interview, Danny explains the importance of diversity in the movie industry.
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Famous movie actor and producer Danny Glover wants to see more diversity in the movie business, and he thinks that this must happen as soon as possible.
Known for his role of Roger Murtaugh in Lethal Weapon series of movies, Danny Glover started his career in the late 1970s, appearing in movies such as The Lighthouse and Escape from Alcatraz (1979).
He has done more than 190 movies and TV series in his long career, working with almost everybody who is somebody in Hollywood.
This 71-year-old actor is currently working on 11 upcoming movies, and he is also one of the founders of the Pan African Film Festival.
The festival was founded in Burkina Faso, in 1985, but in 1992, Danny Glover, actress Ja'net DuBois and executive director Ayuko Babu made Pan African Film Festival what it is today - a Los Angeles based world famous movie event that promotes African culture.
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