George Clooney was an early supporter of the beginning of South Park by e-mailing the "The Spirit of Christmas" to some of his friends.This helped the video become one of the first "viral videos" on the internet back in 1995.There are always issues like “he is less good looking” or “he is too black”.Fellow acting veteran Sir Michael Caine also weighed into the debate yesterday.When two years later South Park debuted on Comedy Central the creators cast him as a "gay dog" named Sparky that runs away from home and joins Big Gay Al's Big Gay Animal Sanctuary. Clooney received a speaking role in the feature film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut as Doctor Gouache. ", taken from Georges acceptance speech at the 78th Academy Awards which was put into a dark "Smug Cloud" that took over the West Coast.
Never without a drink in her hand, she's either verbally or physically abusive to Cleo (not that it seems to bother her) and lets Joan and Toots move in with them because she's dating Toots.January’s Golden Globes telecast snagged 20.9 million viewers – a 10-year high for the show.The Globes were hosted by Amy Poehler and Tina Fey and gave “Boyhood” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” the top movie prizes.He told the Today programme: ‘You can’t vote for an actor because he’s black – and you can’t just say “I’m going to vote for him, he’s not very good, but he’s black, I’ll vote for him”. It took me years to get an Oscar, years,' he added. Especially the Oscars, 24 hours on an aeroplane and I've got to sit there clapping Leonardo Di Caprio.Their arguments echo those made by the Daily Mail’s Baz Bamigboye earlier this week.