- Billy Porter forced to sell his house due to SAG-AFTRA strikes
- The Pose star holds the union responsible for his financial struggles
- Porter highlights the importance of actors’ unions negotiating for better terms
Billy Porter, the star of FX’s hit show Pose, has revealed that strikes by the SAG-AFTRA union compelled him to sell his house. The high-profile performer squarely put the blame for his financial woes on the actors’ union, arguing that they did not have their members’ best interests at heart.
Porter emphasized the importance of such unions in advocating for actors and ensuring that they earn an equitable living. Nevertheless, in his case, he believes that the union’s actions led to harsh personal consequences, ultimately pushing him to let go of his house.