white lotus Star F. Murray Abraham issues apology after being fired from Apple TV+ comedy series Mythic Quest After being accused of sexual misconduct.
“This is a sincere and deep apology,” the 83-year-old actor wrote in a statement shared with the publication. “Whilst I don’t mean to offend anyone, the jokes I made were nothing more than that, which upset some of my colleagues and ended up losing a good job working with great people.”
Abraham – who most recently played the horny grandfather Bert DiGrasso in the second season white lotus – According to reports, the show’s production company lionsgate won’t be returning for season 3 Mythic Quest For his misbehavior on set.
according to rolling stoneA production source said at least two concerns were raised about the actor, the first of which resulted in warnings, as well as instructions to stay away from selected actresses in the cast.
“After the second incident came to the attention of creator and star Rob McElhenney … Abraham was fired from the show,” the report reads.
In 1985, Abraham won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Mozart’s rival composer Salieri. Amadeus, His recent statement concluded: “From this experience, my understanding has grown, and I hope they will forgive me.”
After playing the handy sci-fi writer CW Longbottom for the first two seasons Mythic Quest, a show about a computer game company, whose character was written down through a suicide note when the third season premiered in November. The note reveals that his character drove into the Grand Canyon after discovering he was terminally ill.
In the statement provided to rolling stoneLionsgate said it took allegations of misconduct seriously and would “investigate thoroughly”.