Black actors are imploring Hollywood to hire hairstylists on film and television sets who know how to style their hair. Several actors have explained on Twitter how they often have to have their hair done externally before they start work, as otherwise a hairstylist with no experience of working with ethnic hair may make them look "crazy on screen". Malcolm Barrett, best known for starring in television series Timeless, outlined the financial impact this can have on black actors.
The Duke of Cambridge recently admitted that he struggles with Princess Charlotte's ponytail.
Tonight, the small screen’s most famous faces touched down in London for the 2019 National Television Awards.
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