Saturday, 15 May, 2021

'Euphoria' star Lukas Gage stays classy after a director's Zoom fail

Hollywood defends actor Lukas Gage who was insulted for him by an unnamed director 'Euphoria' star Lucas Cage applauded the director for insulting his apartment
Adrian Cunningham | 22 November, 2020, 14:26

Lukas had an unbelievable response to the trash-talking and told the director to give him the job so he could get a better apartment. It begins with Gage handling an incredibly cringe-worthy moment in a very professional way.

"Ooh", Gage responded while smiling.

In case you missed it, the 25-year-old actor shared a video from a Zoom audition that he did recently in which he caught the director insulting his apartment while accidentally assuming he was on mute.

"Like I'm looking at his TV and and-" the voice continues, before Gage breaks the ice. "It's fine, just give me the job, and we'll be fine".

The directly immediately showed remorse, saying he was "so, so sorry" and "mortified" by the comment.

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"Oh my god, I am so, so sorry, Lukas", the director respond in what I can only describe as the flattest of monotones. Turner's husband Joe Jonas commented, "Handled like a champ". Looks great to me.

"Thank for you for posting this". However, we do hope both actors' stories serve as a wakeup call within the industry: you WILL get put on blast one way or another for crappy behavior! "What a lousy thing for him to say. and here you are putting yourself out there for your audition. vulnerable. wanting to get the part etc". (Screenshot: Instagram/The Official Superstar) Wilmer Valderrama praised fellow actor Lukas Gage after he was insulted by an unnamed director.

Meanwhile, some netizens pointed out that if Gage is living in Los Angeles, his place might have cost him $2,000 a month. As of Saturday morning, the video has been viewed more than 437,000 times on Instagram and liked more than 169,000 times on Twitter. The actor, who plays Tyler in the hit HBO series, can be seen getting ready for his virtual audition when the director makes a harsh comment to a third person regarding Zoom.

JANUARY 21: Lukas Gage attends the "Assassination Nation" Premiere during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival at Park City Library on January 21, 2018 in Park City, Utah.