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Kurt Russell: I’m a courtroom jester

Kurt Russell: I'm a court jester

Kurt Russell: I’m a courtroom jester

Veteran actor Kurt Russell, who has featured in a lot of movies together with Death Proof, The Hateful Eight, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, feels celebrities ought to keep on with being entertainers, and chorus from being vocal about different points.

Russell opened up about the identical in a joint interview with Goldie Hawn in The New York Times.

As reported by People, Kurt Russell stated, “I’ve always been someone who felt we are court jesters. That’s what we do,” including, “As far as I’m concerned, you should step away from saying anything so that you can still be seen by the audience in any character.” The veteran actor added, “There is no reason entertainers can’t learn just as much as anybody else about a subject, whatever it is. But I think that what’s sad about it is that they lose their status as a court jester. And I’m a court jester. That’s what I was born to do.”

When Hawn shared that he’s “not always funny”, Kurt Russell stated that being humorous isn’t at all times the job of a jester. He stated, “A court jester isn’t always funny. A court jester is the only one who can walk into the castle and put the king down as long as he doesn’t hit too close to home. I think that’s been a big, important part of all cultures throughout history, and I’d like to see it stay in ours.”

To this, Hawn stated: “But we did have a president who was an actor, Ronald Reagan.”

“Like I said, actors can learn as much as anybody else can,” Russell stated.

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Written by Aishwarya Pahwa

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