June 21, 2024

Taraji P. Henson discusses Her Consideration of Giving Up Performing

Taraji P. Henson – Taraji P. Henson is being transparent about her life as a working actress. Henson recently got down in tears discussing her career during an interview with Gayle King on SiriusXM radio to promote the cinematic adaptation of the musical “The Color Purple.”

People have observed Henson, who was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actress for her performance in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “You work a lot.” “It’s necessary,” Henson clarified. She remarked, “The math ain’t matching.” “And you have a team when you start working a lot. Large bills accompany our work. We work together on this.

“When someone claims to have made $10 million, that money didn’t end up in their account,” the speaker went on.
“Uncle Sam will receive 50% of the proceeds upfront. I have $5 million now,” she remarked. “Your staff will receive thirty percent of your gross revenue, not what Uncle Sam took. Proceed with the calculations now. She became emotional over everything.

When it comes time to renegotiate, Henson remarked, “I’m only human and it seems every time I do something and I break another glass ceiling, I’m at the bottom again like I never did what I just did.” “And I’m simply worn out.” “This industry will steal your soul if you let it, but I refuse to let that happen,” she continued. On Christmas Day, “The Color Purple” opens in theaters. In the movie, Henson plays singer Shug Avery.

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