Gal Gadot Expresses Her Opinion on the Wage Gap in Hollywood

Gal Gadot Expresses Her Opinion on the Wage Gap in Hollywood

Gal Gadot said one of her biggest struggles is getting paid equally to her male co-stars in Hollywood.

In the entertainment industry, including Hollywood, actresses often speak out against the lack of equal pay. And “Wonder Woman” Gal Gadot is one of those who has expressed her frustration with it. The Israeli actress has been bold in voicing her opinion. This is an issue not only in the West but also all over the world.

According to Dailymail, when Gal Gadot made the National Geographic Series Impact With Gal Gadot and during the film’s press conference, she mentioned the pay gap in Hollywood. The actress said that as a woman, she fought to be paid equally to her male co-stars.

Speaking about the pay gap, Gal Gadot said: “My biggest struggle as a woman is to be paid equally with my male co-stars, whom I love so much.”

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Gal Gadot expressed her views on the salary gap in Hollywood.
The gender pay gap in Hollywood has been around for years. A 2017 study from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee found that female stars earn about $1.1 million less than their male counterparts.

Gwyneth Paltrow also opened up about this in 2015. Sharing with Variety, Gwyneth Paltrow said that she felt “terrible” about receiving a much lower salary than her male co-stars. She even used her MCU colleague Robert Downey Jr. as an example and revealed that the pay gap was really surprising.

Jennifer Lawrence – one of the strongest feminist voices in Hollywood at the present time, said that although she is among the highest paid female stars in the world, she is still millions of dollars less than her male co-stars. . In an interview with Vogue, the actress did not hesitate to criticize the salary gap between the sexes: “No matter how much I contribute, I will never be paid as much as my male co-star.”


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