Actress Kate Upton, who has starred in several feature films, says that the Trump presidency has hurt her chances for being a part of Hollywood.
The actress, who is an African-American, has been in contact with many of the actors who were among the first to be cast in roles as part of the production.
“It has made me question my own place in the world,” Upton told Entertainment Weekly.
“I am so proud of my community.
And I’m so proud that I can work with and with other women, because I have worked with so many women and I think it’s really important that we’re all on the same page.”
Upton added that the recent Trump administration’s executive order on immigration “has made it so hard for me to work.”
The actress has worked with many women on projects that have been funded by the United States government.
She has also worked with actress Alyssa Milano, who played a Trump administration aide in her Oscar-nominated film about a white woman who is pushed out of the country and forced to flee her home after a racist incident.
Milano also has worked on several other projects that were funded by U.S. taxpayers.
Upton has since started to work with the Center for American Progress, a liberal advocacy group, and is seeking funding for her next film.
Upton is one of several actresses who have been vocal about the impact the Trump White House has had on their careers.
In November, actress Laverne Cox, who starred in the film White House Down, said that the “Trump administration has really affected my career.
I feel like I’ve been kicked out of my own home, and I’ve felt so alone.”
Cox said that while she does not feel the same way about Trump as she did about Clinton, she also feels the same as someone who has had to work for a “man who is in the White House, who says he is the boss.”
The actor added that her work has made her question how she should be working in the industry.
“How do you feel about that?
I feel really scared,” Cox said.
“Do you feel like you should be a part, or do you think that you’re being punished for doing your work and you’re not being treated fairly?”
While she has been a vocal critic of the Trump Administration, Upton believes that she has not been alone in her criticism of the White Houses treatment of the actress.
“You have a lot of white actresses who feel like that this has happened to them,” she said.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly in January, Upton called out a recent episode of Saturday Night Live in which a character, an actress, was told to change her voice because of the color of her skin.
“They were making fun of the fact that I had a black friend, so the joke was that she was just going to say, ‘It’s OK, it’s OK,'” Upton said.
The cast of Saturday Morning Live also voiced their concern about the treatment of actress Lupita Nyong’o, who was cast as an anti-Trump voice in the show’s season finale.
“We’re going to see the White Supremacists again in the United State of America,” Nyong said in the episode.
“What are we going to do?”
The actor, who had recently signed a contract to work on the upcoming season of NBC’s The Voice, also commented on the show.
“The white supremacists were so funny in the last scene,” he told Entertainment Daily.
“All they do is laugh at you.
They laugh at us.”
According to a 2016 study from the University of California, Los Angeles, a large majority of women are paid less than their male counterparts in Hollywood.
This has led to accusations of sexism and discrimination in the field of film and television.
A 2015 study from University of Illinois at Chicago found that women who have worked in film and TV are often paid less for their work than their white counterparts.
The study found that the pay gap was even larger for women working in a more male-dominated field.
The disparity between male and female salaries in film is so large that, according to the report, it is estimated that female film producers make on average less than $100,000 annually compared to $200,000 for men.