I think this is true. I mean, it’s still a small percentage of women in their 20s or 30s that are black actresses, but still, I think there’s a handful. I used to think the same of men in their 20s. I never had any trouble with that.
For some reason, it only seemed to be a problem with white male actors. I don’t know for sure because I have no idea why.
The problem is that white men have had a tendency to portray black characters as they are. Even though this is just a small percentage of black actors in their 20s, they are still portrayed as being black. This has a two-fold effect on how white audience members perceive them: one, they will think they are black and this is what they are; and two, they will think they are white because they have this “black” look in their characters.
I was going to say it has a similar effect on white audience members. They think they are black because they are black. I say this as someone who doesn’t look black, but I can see how this could happen if someone had a black looking actor. It could be so subtle in their eyes that they wouldn’t even know they were seeing the actor.
This is probably a more extreme example than I would have ever thought. My experience with black actresses in my 20s is that they act black because they think they are black. I also think it makes it easier for white audiences to understand their characters, but I still think this is more subtle and nuanced than it seems.
If I had been in your position and my family had been as poor as mine, would I have been able to afford the best white actors? Maybe not. But you, young man, are not poor. You are not black. You are white. So if you are going to continue to act black, you might as well do it right. The problem with black actors in their 20s is that they get older, which means they are more likely to become fat, bald, and bald.
I think that the black actors are a bit of a problem for the industry and I don’t see it changing. I think as our demographic ages, more and more people will start to see them as a negative.
We are seeing a lot of older actors in younger roles, which is a shame. I guess we can’t blame Hollywood for that. I think we can blame it on the fact that they are mostly white and middle-class and do not want to appear old. To me, the big problem is that it doesn’t help. We want to see the black actors to age and get some wrinkles, but we can’t because they are not allowed to.
This is the question I ask myself when I see an actress in a hot new series, because I know that when I see her in my 20s I’ll be like, “damn, she’s so ugly.” I know that as I get older I’ll look at her and think, “damn, she is so beautiful.” But it’s not about beauty. It is about how you present yourself to the world.
I think I might be the only one who has this problem with the actresses in my 20s. It is really annoying because it makes me feel like I have to constantly remind myself that that is what I am. They are just actors, and arent actors with a life. And in the end I feel like I have wasted my time.