Legendary Comedian John Cleese Mocks Hank Azaria’s Apology for Voicing ‘Simpsons’ Character

Legendary Comedian John Cleese Mocks Hank Azaria’s Apology for Voicing ‘Simpsons’ Character


Legendary British actor and comedian John Cleese isn’t a fan of cancel culture, retroactive “wokeness” or disingenuous apologies from Hollywood actors.

The 81-year-old, who is well-known for a number of roles, including playing Sir Lancelot in 1975’s “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” hit actor Hank Azaria in a sarcastic tweet after Azaria bowed to the woke mob and apologized for one of his most iconic roles.

Azaria, who for three decades voiced the Indian-American gas station convenience store owner Apu on “The Simpsons,” is now on an apology tour.

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Azaria on Monday apologized for voicing the character after he drew accusations that he, as a white actor, was engaging in racial stereotyping for portraying a fictional Indian man on a Fox network cartoon show where most characters are the color yellow with three fingers and a thumb on each hand and the main character is a buffoon who works at

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