Succession actor James Cromwell is closer to his mission for animal rights! On Tuesday, the 82-year-old actor joined a protest by PETA members, and Super stuck his hand on a counter at a Starbucks in New York City.
The Oscar-nominated actor wore a black PETA T-shirt with “Free the Animals” written on it as he walked into the establishment with other protesters who criticized the chain’s up-charge for non-dairy milk. Signs were given to protest.
Cromwell and another demonstrator sat at the counter while employees worked in the background, their hands glued to the surface. In one video, the actor gives a short speech.
“Non-dairy products around the world, France, they give these things away. There is no charge for that,” he said in a clip of the protest displayed by PETA. “Here, there is an exorbitant fee. Why, when it is now so important to address climate change and understand the violence against animals in the making of the dairy products served here? There is no reason for this other than greed.”
Cromwell then went into his pocket and pulled out a piece of paper, where he read numbers allegedly linking the allegation of non-dairy milk to the money the company’s CEO had made in retirement.
Cromwell and his group stayed in the store for about 30 minutes, after which the police called and told them to leave. Upon the arrival of the police, the actor opened his hand and left the shop.
The actor has been passionate about animal rights since the 70s. Cromwell became a vegetarian in 1995 after starring in the film babyAnd working closely with a lot of animals.
Similarly, his character successionEvan Roy, is also an environmental rights activist.
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