Aaron Sorkin has condemned a recent profile of Jeremy Strong in The New Yorker, saying it paints a “distorted” picture of the actor.
“After reading Michael Schulman’s profile of Jeremy Strong – a profile in which I participated – I wanted to speak up,” he wrote.
Written by journalist Michael Schulman, the feature, titled “On Succession, Jeremy Strong doesn’t get the joke” was published on 6 December.
A New Yorker spokesperson told Deadline in response: “This is a nuanced, multi-sided portrait of an extremely dedicated actor.
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