Seth MacFarlane has given $1 million to help actors affected by the SAG-AFTRA strike.

The Entertainment Community Fund just received a $1 million (£780,000) donation from the Family Guy creator, according to a statement released on Tuesday.

“The Entertainment Community Fund is overcome with gratitude to the prominent leaders in our community who have donated in support of film and television workers in need,” Variety reported chair Annette Bening as saying. “The need for assistance grows by the day; these gifts will immediately benefit so many in our industry who are still struggling to recover from the pandemic.” We also hope that these significant gifts will inspire others to contribute to our critical mission.”

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Since the SAG-AFTRA strike began last month, the organization that provides financial support to actors has allegedly seen a significant increase in donations.

Bening, The Katie McGrath & JJ Abrams Family Foundation, Greg Berlanti, Rachel Bloom, Rosanne Cash in memory of Johnny Cash, Vince Gilligan, Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley, Shonda Rhimes, and Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw are among the other notable benefactors.

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Also on Tuesday, MacFarlane joined members of the Family Guy team on the picket line outside Fox headquarters in Los Angeles.

“EVERYONE here deserves to make a comfortable living in the industry to which they give so much of themselves,” MacFarlane wrote beside a photo of the group on Twitter/X. I’m honored to have walked the picket line with this bunch today. They should not have to wait much longer for a fair and equitable agreement.”


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