The producers of an Acura commercial might find themselves at the center of a racial controversy.
The casting call document for Jerry Seinfeld's Acura Super Bowl Ad describes a role for an "African-American Car Dealer", and specifically states that anyone auditioning for the part must be "nice looking, friendly. Not too dark. Will work with a MAJOR COMEDIAN."
The document was made public by an actor who was rejected because he was "too dark" for the part.
Is this just part of working in Hollywood?