Alex Désert takes over for Hank Azaria voicing Carl on 'The Simpsons'

Alex Désert has won rave reviews in his new role as Carl Carlson onThe Simpsons.

The long running popular Fox animated series debuted Sunday with its 32nd season and Désert voicing the character of Carl.
L'attore, chi è nero, replaced White actor Hank Azaria as the voice of the Black character and is the latest instance of characters of color being recast.
Positive feedback followed withSimpsonsproducer Al Jean tweetinga warm Simpsons welcometo Désert on Sunday.
    “Uomo, Alex Désert really did a great job voicing Carl Carlson!,” one person tweeted in response.
    Azaria is the latest White actor to step aside so that an actor of color could take on voicing a character of color.
    Nel mese di giugno, Jenny Slate announced that she was quitting voicing the character of Missy Foreman-Greenwald, a young mixed-race girl on the animated Netflix comedyBig Mouthsaying Black charactersshould be played by Black actors.
    This is a time to acknowledge our acts of complicity. Here is one of mine. Playing the character of Molly on Central Park shows a lack of awareness of my pervasive privilege,” campana wrote in the caption of a photo showing a statement from the series on her verified Instagram account.
    Azaria helped kick off the conversation about White actors voicing such roles years ago following controversy over his portraying the character of Apu Nahasapeemapetilon onThe Simpsons.
      That controversy hit mainstream thanks to comedian Hari Kondabolu in his 2017 documentario, “The Problem with Apu.

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