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Actress and writer Mindy Kaling is speaking out about the perceived sexism by the Television Academy, which hands out the annual Emmy Awards.
In a recent interview with Elle, Kaling’s, 40’s, reminding her of a time getting it to work on NBC’s hit series “The Office,” which they executive produced and wrote for, in addition to playing the role of Kelly Kapoor.
“It was not me, not any of the other manufacturers, and the completion of a whole and how to write an essay about all of my work as a writer and a producer,” she said. “I had to get letters from all of the other man’s, the white producers will have to say that I had been my real best was for himself.”
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Kaling went on to be nominated for six emmys, five of which are for production and one for writing. The show itself has won five Emmy Awards, and scored a 38 and the other nominees.
The Tv Academy has responded with a statement to Variety saying: “No one person was singled out. Every artist, producer and the writer/producer was asked to provide proof of their producer credits. We no longer require the motivation of a performer/producer, and a writer/producer, but we will continue to vet the consulting producer in the credits [the Producers Guild of America to ensure that those who are credited with its actual function in the role of a producer.”
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Kaling responded on Twitter insisting that she was, in fact, it has been chosen because of her race, sex, gender, and status as a junior member of the team.
Three of the tweets from Kaling followed up with the explanation that she never said it, because she was enjoying her time on “the Office,” and do not want to interfere with that of the college.
Kaling concluded her remarks by saying, “not that it seemed to be glossing over the story.”
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Kaling most recently, he wrote and produced it as a Netflix series adaptation of “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” and the film’s “Late Night,” for which her screenplay is in the collection of Oscar-buzz.
A rep for the TV Academy to not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment.