Black Hawk Down actor Matthew Marsden has said he stands by his decision to not get the Covid jab despite admitting it has cost him roles in Hollywood.
Marsden, who is also known for his roles in ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’, and Amazon’s ‘Reacher’ series, urged more people to rebel against compulsory vaccination, adding: ‘If more people stood up and said something then this would all stop.’
The 49-year-old English-American star told Fox Nation’s ‘Tucker Carlson Today’ he was offered a job that required everybody on-set was vaccinated but tried to apply for a religious exemption, adding: ‘You can imagine how that went down in Hollywood.’
Marsden has been a fierce critic of the government’s response to the Covid-19pandemic, frequently slamming lockdowns, mask-wearing policy and mandatory jabs.
He said he was willing to sacrifice his career to ensure US freedoms were not ‘taken away.’
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