Chief of Actor Union: Mission to ‘Save Planet’ By ‘Eliminating Single-Use Plastic on Camera’

Brent Baker | February 27, 2023
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Apparently serious, Fran Drescher, head of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) union, announced during Sunday night’s SAG awards ceremony that the union has launched, with some other groups, “the biggest joint effort of stars and studios to save the planet since World War II.” That huge endeavor: “An honor system to eliminate single-use plastic on camera, behind the scenes and leverage star power to challenge audiences around the world to do the same.”

Not even the Hollywood liberals in the audience at the Fairmont Century Plaza hotel were impressed, as Drescher, best known for starring in the 1990s sit-com on CBS, The Nanny, earned, at best, scattered applause.

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