Posted on Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 by Russ Fischer
Gary Oldman, actor, would like to make a request. He represents the many actors who have spent years perfecting their craft, and is troubled by athletes who think they can just waltz onto a set and turn into actors. What, do these game-players think acting ability develops by consuming a magical packet of Teddy Grahams at the craft service table?
Fortunately, Jimmy Kimmel gave Oldman a platform from which he could deliver a message to athletes and actors. His speech is a passionate plea for each to concentrate on the things they’re really good at doing. Watch his message below.