‘High Fidelity’ star Jake Lacy doesn’t care for actors talking politics

 pagesix.com  02/14/2020 18:44:40   Nicki Gostin

Vermont native Jake Lacy supported Bernie Sanders in the last presidential election and is behind him again for 2020, but the “Girls” actor doesn’t like to publicly discuss his views. 

Im not a Bernie bro, the 35-year-old told Page Six at the premiere of his show High Fidelity. That whole vibe is worrisome. I dont have much of an interest in what other actors have to say about politics and I certainly hope people dont have much of an interest in what I have to say about politics because Im a dummy actor.

But Lacy didnt cringe watching Joaquin Phoenix and Brad Pitt sound off about current events and causes at the Oscars because he didnt tune in for the awards show.

Watching other people get accolades doesnt do much for my work ethic, he explained. I mean, like, good on them. Im happy for them but I dont feel any desire to discover what they said about it. Im happy they won.

Jake Lacy, Zo Kravitz, Da'Vine Joy Randolph and David H. Holmes at the "High Fidelity" premiere
Jake Lacy, Zo Kravitz, Da’Vine Joy Randolph and David H. Holmes at the “High Fidelity” premiereGetty Images
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