Euphoria star Lucas Gage went viral after sharing a video showing a director criticizing his apartment for Zoom.
The 25-year-old Gage posted the awkward meeting on his social media accounts on Friday, showing him standing in front of his camera and his apartment in the background.
As he is about to perform a scene, a male director is heard saying to someone else in the video call, “These poor people live in these little apartments, and I watch his, you know, background and he has his own TV. “
“You’re out of sound,” Gage replied. “I know it’s a —- apartment. … Give me this job so I can find a better one.”
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When the director – whose identity is unknown – realized his mistake, he told Gage, “Oh God, I’m so sorry.”
“Listen, I live in a box four by four. Just give me the job and we’ll be fine,” Gage said calmly.
The director later admitted that he was “dirty”.
Gage posted the video on his Twitter and Instagram accounts, writing: “psa: If you’re a talking director, don’t forget to mute your microphone when zoomed in,” Gage titled his posts on Instagram and Twitter.
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The post gathered hundreds of reactions from fans, as well as a bunch of Hollywood actors who did not believe.
Among the stars who responded were Patrick Schwarzenegger, Lucy Hale and Wilmer Valderrama, who all applauded the actor for his class response.
“I don’t know how you reacted so well haha,” said Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son.
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“This … is amazing,” Hale said, calling the 25-year-old Gage “ICON.”
“You are a classy act. From now on, this director officially has an expiration date,” Valderama wrote on Instagram.
Filmmaker Charlie McDowell tweeted in response, “I can only imagine how bad this director’s films are.”
Robin Williams’ daughter, Zelda Williams, also took to Twitter to protect Gage. She called him a “graceful, quick-thinking cutie” and said he was “a pleasure to work with, funny, talented and explosive on set.”
Gage never mentioned the director by name, nor did he indicate what role he auditioned for. However, the “shameless” alumni Amy Rossum was angry after watching the video of Gage and said she believed she knew the identity of the director.
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“I think I know that voice. If it’s the one I’m thinking of, he once asked me to ‘listen’ to him,” Rossum wrote on Instagram in Gage’s comments. “But not to read a scene. He said he knew I could act. I could just walk into his office in a bikini and make a spin. I’m not kidding. THAT was the question. Representatives told me he wanted to know if I’m fat right now. ‘ I believe I told my agent, “Don’t tell him, don’t thank him and go alone…”