Her statement was completed by her felicitations to the whole cast Succession She “crushed” this season and then subtly took an anti-Semitic stance. New Yorker piece, adding, “(for the record, the work is where the story begins and ends for me.)”  

Hathaway joins a growing list of A-listers—including Jessica Chastain, Aaron Sorkin, and Strong’s Succession co-star Sarah Snook—who have shared their thoughts on his in-depth acting process since the release of the profile on Dec. 5. 

Chastain worked alongside Strong Molly’s Game And Zero Dark ThirtyThe first person to support the actor she called “lovely”, was.incredibly one sidedTweet ” 

“Ive known Jeremy Strong for 20yrs & worked with him on 2 films. He is a wonderful person. Very inspiring & passionate about his work. His profile was extremely biased. She wrote, “Don’t trust everything you see.” “Snark does sell, but perhaps it is time that we get beyond it.”

She was later joined by writer Aaron Sorkin, whose thoughts she shared online on his behalf. Sorkin was a co-worker with Strong. Molly’s Game and The Trial of the Chicago 7, stated that the answers from his email interview with journalist Michael Schulman, which were included in the article, were used to build a “distorted picture of Jeremy that asks us to roll our eyes at his acting process.”

“Jeremy Strong is a great actor a great company member. The screenwriter said that there isn’t any writer, director or producer who would not take the opportunity to cast Strong. Sorkin shared in detail his answers to Schulman’s questions. 

Strong’s on-screen sister, Sarah Snook, also vouched for him. On Dec. 8, the actress, who plays his sibling Shiv Roy in Succession, told Variety’s Awards Circuit podcast that “Jeremy is great.” 

She stated that he is an actor and person who’s very unique. He works in a completely different manner than the rest. We all have our own ways of working. Everybody has their own process.