DAME JUDI: We Will Never Be Paid the Same as Men; BOND STAR SLAMS GENDER PAY GAP; Actor Says Women Will Always Be Given a Raw Deal by Hollywood Film Industry

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DAME JUDI: We Will Never Be Paid the Same as Men; BOND STAR SLAMS GENDER PAY GAP; Actor Says Women Will Always Be Given a Raw Deal by Hollywood Film Industry


Byline: ASHLEIGH RAINBIRD reporters@dailyrecord.co.uk

DAME Judi Dench believes female actors will never be paid the same as male co-stars, saying women are "put in their place" by men.

The James Bond veteran, 82, claims that no amount of discussion will change the gender pay gap in Hollywood and the British entertainment industry.

Judi said that while the industry is less sexist than when she started out 60 years ago, there will always be some disparity.

She said: "Salary, parts - you name it. It's better now than it has ever been, I think, but it will never be on a parity. Never.

"No matter how much we speak out, we are put in our place."

Last month, it emerged two- thirds of the BBC's best-paid stars are male.

This week, Forbes magazine revealed that Hollywood's best-paid actor Mark Wahlberg raked in PS53million in 2016, PS33million more than highest-paid female star Emma Stone.

And on Tuesday, it was revealed ITV host Holly Willoughby, 36, had landed a PS200,000 raise, putting her on the same salary as her This Morning co-presenter, Phillip Schofield, 54, after 11 years working together. …

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