Voice actor The Simpsons prepared to stop

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Hank Azariah will find that there are more Asian writers have to be involved in the animated series The Simpsons. The actor makes that call after the commotion about the stereotyping of his character of Apu, a manager with a strong Indian accent.

“I am perfectly willing to step aside,” said Azariah Tuesday in the American talk show Late Show. The voice actor wants to stop people by the character to be injured.

The criticism focuses on the alleged racist character of Apu. Azariah called it ‘sad’ that any, young or old, past or present, being bullied could be due to the influence of the image of Apu.” The solution lies Azariah in attracting Asian writers. “I think it’s important that we listen to Indian people in this country about what they feel and how they think about this character.” He would be also willing to think about how the ’old Simpsons character can be adapted to a new kind of character’.

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