“Home Improvement” star Zachery Ty Bryan is sick of his fellow performers pushing their political panoramas on their fans.
“As an actor, I envisage one of the first things that you're taught is it's the fans that see you who you are, ” Bryan told Fox& Friends Friday. “And a lot of those supporters are watching in Middle America.”
Bryan said he doesn't understand why Hollywood wizards think they are better than their followers simply because they're in the public eye.
“I think there's kind of been this narcissism appointed now that because you're in the public eye, all of a sudden you know more than the normal Joe Schmoe which only isn't the case.”
Bryan's explains come in response to adepts like Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick imploring their fans to vote against President Trump and “be on the right side of history.”
“I feel like we're in such a the requirements of coming together and recognizing we're all on the same carry and we don't want that ship to sink, ” Bryan said. “Whether you disagree with the president, or you don't, he's doing what he feels[ is] most effective and he's representing a very large majority of people who live in Middle America.”
He added, “I think we need to try and understand the other side and not just criticize the other side.”
The 36 -year-old said he comes from a “farming township in Colorado” where the majority of parties are “big Trump supporters.” And what he hears from his friends and family back home is they are sick of hearing from Hollywood “elitists.”
“This elitist perspective where it's nearly where they're better than you or at least that's a great deal of what I hear from their own families down home and that's kind of exasperating because these are really good hardworking Americans.”
Bryan said as an actor it's his errand to “entertain” not preach politics.
“We're here to make parties out of their own lives, to kind of get away from the daily routine.”