Sunday, September 19

Ted Lasso actor assures that his character is not CGI | Digital Trends Spanish

We are used to the internet serving to feed the most unique theories, especially when they concern a massive cultural product like a television series.

Now it was the turn of the popular Ted Lasso, from the Apple TV + platform. Several web users claimed that the character Roy Kent, played by actor Brett Goldstein, is actually CGI, that is, it has been created by a computer.

Those who held this theory, relied on the actor’s particular way to interpret all the lines of the veteran AFC Richmond captain, and on the facial hair that is distributed symmetrically on his face, almost perfectly.

For users, Roy Kent seems more like a character out of the FIFA video game.

This controversy could have remained there, since it is very difficult to verify. However, in the last hours he has added a special ingredient: the statements of the actor himself.

On his Instagram account, Brett Goldstein responded to the theory that his character was fake, wryly noting that he is “a completely real, normal human being doing basic normal human things like rendering and buffering and transferring. data”.

The most striking thing is that, in the video, Goldstein’s head is replaced by a kind of avatar based on his image, in a clear allusion to the theory regarding Roy Kent.

Ted lasso belongs to the comedy genre, therefore, it would not be strange that in a future season some aspect of the plot addresses this theory with the humor and critical gaze that has so characterized this Apple fiction.

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