Rick Paul van Mulligen (37), is known from, inter alia, A’dam – E. V. A., you will notice that many of the roles are not allowed to play because he was gay. The actor believes that every actor in every role, it would have to be able to play it.
In the interview with the Dutch newspaper the Volkskrant says Van Mulligen, the Dutch film and television “shall be governed by the viewing figures, mathematical models, algorithms, and fear.
“It is very conformist, and I am, apparently, in the second of ‘the gay question’,” says the actor. “Well, I don’t mind it for the rest of my life, and that gay-to-play, because that’s what you’ve got in all sorts of variations – this is because it is a sexual orientation, not a character trait. But in the movie, and the tv is “gay”, often quite literally, the karakteromschrijving of one of the characters, the one and only.”
“Good homorollen can heterohunks do
It is to be gay characters ever played by straight actors, such as, Waldemar Torenstra in the film, Canal 39. “It makes me angry. Or, is evil, and I think it’s a shame, for everyone,” the actor continued.
“For me, it is often said,” I’m Sorry, but no-one wants it, if you were a straight play.’ However, if there is a good homorol to visit the heterohunks to do that.”
He wants Torenstra in the role, but believes that everyone should be able to play it. “So, I’m now a lot is rejected because of my sexual orientation, what should be the other way around should also be done. Then and only then, do we become aware of the vast differences in the opportunities available.”