Oh, dear: Even the Queen OF BRITAIN has issue getting paid as much as her male counterpart.
“The Crown” famous person Claire Foy used to be paid not up to her male co-superstar Matt Smith for the show’s first two seasons, producers of the Netflix length drama found out at a panel through the INTV Conference in Jerusalem on Tuesday. Foy stars as Queen Elizabeth II, taking house a Golden Globe for her efficiency and obviously garnering more screentime than Smith, who performs Elizabeth’s husband Prince Philip. So what gives?
Producers element to Smith’s starring role in “Doctor Who” — he played the sci-fi hit’s 11Th Doctor from 2010 to 2014 — because the cause of him making greater than Foy. But Foy was once hardly an unknown herself getting into “The Crown”: She co-starred in the NBC pirate drama “Crossbones” and performed Anne Boleyn alongside Damian Lewis and Mark Rylance in PBS’ acclaimed Henry VIII miniseries “Wolf Hall.”
This Sort of embarrassing pay discrepancy received’t occur again, producer Suzanne Mackie confident the panel target market: “Going ahead, nobody will get paid greater than the Queen.” However Foy won’t be round to enjoy it. Beginning next season, a brand new cast can be enjoying “The Crown’s” lead characters, with Olivia Colman taking over for Foy as Queen Elizabeth.