Daniel Kaluuya almost QUIT acting ‘because of racism’
Daniel Kaluuya has confirmed his position as one of the most successful actors with his roles in films such as the horror thriller 'Get Out', 'Black Mirror', 'Widows' and 'Black Panther' among others.
The actor has his own side of the struggle, which he revealed in his interview with Get Out director and close friend Jordan Peele.
The 33-year-old actor, who Time magazine ranked among the 100 most influential people in the world in 2021,
in an interview with Essence, he revealed that he was going to stop acting without getting roles due to racism. For those who don't know
The Oscar-winning actor's breakthrough came in 2017 with the award-winning horror film Get Out.
The actor, who returned with Peele in his latest film 'Nope', has been working since 2006, but after his 2015 role as 'Sicario'.
In an interview with Peele for Essence, Daniel Kaluuya revealed that he was about to stop acting.
“I haven't told you yet, but when you were with me and we were on Skype, I was really frustrated with playing,” Kaluuya said.