When it comes to the role of women in Hollywood, the female lead is a perennial source of controversy.
In the 1970s, the actress Judy Garland famously played the lead in the short-lived television series The Littlest Hobo, where she and a friend were forced to share the spotlight with the male lead.
Garland has since starred in movies such as The Hunger Games and the reboot of The Wonder Years, and is also the star of the hit series The Walking Dead.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Garland discussed how her career as a female lead has helped her navigate a female-dominated industry, as well as her experience with the “unfair” treatment she received when she starred in The Lettuce.
“It’s been a real struggle, but it’s really been a blessing, because I think it’s taught me that if you’re an actress, you’re not alone,” Garland said.
I don’t think it matters how good a woman you are, you can still be a part of this industry and be part of the community.” “
I have to say, I’ve been lucky to be in a few female-centric shows and films, and that’s a good thing.
I don’t think it matters how good a woman you are, you can still be a part of this industry and be part of the community.”
Garland was the subject of a 2016 article about the “Women in Hollywood” movement, which aims to empower women in the film and television industry.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Garland said the movement has helped to “empower women in their careers, and they’re not afraid to say what they have to,” including in the industry.
“The reason that I have this experience and this success is because I’m an empowered woman, and I am not afraid of who I am,” Garland added.
“If I have a female partner, I feel like I can speak up and be myself.
I feel that I’m allowed to say it.”
Garland has been a strong advocate for the movement, saying that women should be given equal opportunities in the workplace, and also encouraged her female colleagues to be outspoken and “speak up.”
She also believes that women who work in male-driven industries should also be able to make their own way in the workforce.
“What we’re seeing is the evolution of the industry, and the evolution in the female-driven industry,” Garland told Entertainment Weekly.
And we’re all in this together, so if we’re able to listen to each other, we’ll be able.””
But I also believe that we need to be honest with each other.
And we’re all in this together, so if we’re able to listen to each other, we’ll be able.”