Prince Albert’s daughter Jazmin Grimaldi joins Hollywood strike

Jazmin Grimaldi, the oldest child of Prince Albert, has joined the historic Hollywood double strike in Los Angeles, sharing the action on the ground with her fans on social media.

The younger Grimaldi has taken part in the strike since the start on 13th July, when SAG-AFTA, the union that comprises the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, officially initiated the action to push for a new contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP).

Following in the footsteps of her grandmother Princess Grace of Monaco, Jazmin is an actress and singer who has appear in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, CicadaThe Scarlet M and Millie’s Big Day.

She was raised in the United States by her mother Tamara Rotolo.

The 31-year-old actor has kept her social media followers up to do date with videos of all the action from the strike, often with her dog “little bear pomsky”. In one, she writes: “We can ACT, We can WRITE But NOW We have to STRIKE!!!”

Some 65,000 Hollywood actors have taken up the picket signs, bringing productions to a halt as they fight for higher pay amid inflation and a rapidly evolving entertainment industry.

Performers say the annual pay they’ve come to rely on, which is based on residuals from movie and television appearances, has plummeted in the age of streaming, making it impossible for the vast majority of actors to earn a living.


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