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Hilary Swank has revealed that shortly after winning her second Best Actress Academy Award she was instantly, and depressingly, reminded of the humungous pay-gap between male and female actors. Speaking to Chelsea Handler on the Netflix’s ‘Chelsea’, Swank, who won the gong for her performance in 2004’s ‘Million Dollar Baby’ after previously claiming it in 1999 for ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, revealed that she was offered just 5% of her male counterpart, who hadn’t received any critical success for his previous performances. “Then I win my second Academy Award, and the next couple movies later, I get offered a movie,” Swank explained.
Hilary Swank has said that she’s been turning down movie roles because she is currently caring for her sick father. - Man diagnoses himself with Motor Neurone from Hawking biopic - Jim Carrey rants on Twitter over vaccination - Arnie’s touching response to ill Terminator fan But now she’s revealed she’s stepped back to care for her dad, Stephen, a former Chief Master Sergeant in the Oregon Air National Guard, who recently underwent a lung transplant.