Liam Neeson Makes Cameo On ‘Atlanta,’ Apologizes For ‘Hurting People’ With Racist Comment From 2019

Liam Neeson Makes Cameo On ‘Atlanta,’ Apologizes For ‘Hurting People’ With Racist Comment From 2019


Actor Liam Neeson made a surprise cameo on “Atlanta” and apologized for “hurting people” with a racist comment he made in 2019.

The 69-year-old actor showed up on the eighth episode of the show’s fourth season, titled “New Jazz,” playing a fictional version of himself while sitting in a bar talking to one of the main characters Alfred “Paper Boi” Miles (played Brian Tyree Henry) about comments he made during an interview he gave in 2019 to The Independent, reported Variety in a piece published Friday.

At the time, the “Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace” star talked about what happened 40 years ago when a friend of his was raped and he “went up and down areas with a cosh” for “maybe a week” hoping

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