Ingo Rademacher, a star of General Hospital, might experience the same reaction from the business that Antonio Sabato Jr. did in 2016. Due to his extreme political beliefs, the former soap star was essentially banned, and it appears that Ingo may share the same fate. Because he was one of the few actors who declined to follow the vaccine order, Ingo was fired from General Hospital. What you should know is as follows.
General Hospital News: Ingo Rademacher Facing Industry Blacklist Just Like Antonio Sabato Jr?
In a 2020 interview with Variety, Antonio stated that he quickly learned who his pals in Hollywood were and weren’t after going public with his support for Donald Trump. The erstwhile performer admitted to the magazine that he had to start over by selling all of his possessions. I had to pay off all of my obligations, he declared at the time. I was put on a roster. My agents, managers, and business marketers have all abandoned me. To live and care for my children, I had no choice but to relocate and find a new employment. It has been awful.
Added to that was, “It’s mind-blowing. It’s shameful. It’s difficult because they will let you know if you are in that atmosphere in Hollywood and utter something they don’t like. A distribution firm informed me directly, “We will never distribute a movie with you in it because of your affiliation with the president,” as I was discussing the production of a movie that was already scheduled to be released.
General Hospital News: What’s Next For Ingo?
Even though nobody really knows what Ingo’s future contains, things haven’t been going well for him thus far. In the hope that he would be able to find employment in the entertainment business somewhere on the East Coast, he was compelled to load up his house and relocate his family from California to Panama City, Florida. That hasn’t occurred thus far.
Ingo still has to cope with his case against the ABC network, which makes things worse. According to an attorney for ABC, Ingo doesn’t have a good case because the network was within its rights to revoke the actor’s contracts in six-month increments with six weeks’ warning, and its players were required to adhere to ABC’s rules.
Ingo Rademacher hasn’t added any more commentary to the situation as of yet.
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