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Jason Isaacs, who famously played Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter films, spotted Sean Spicer at the Emmy Awards ceremony.

He wasn’t impressed:

The highlights, for those who cannot read from images: “What were the Emmys thinking celebrating this modern day Goebbels, who was the thuggish face of Orwellian doublespeak just moments ago?

“Three surprising things about him:

“1) He comes about up to my nipples

“2) He doesn’t think he should hide himself under a rock from shame for the rest of his life.

“3) He’s deeply unattractive, from the inside out. Has the aura of a giant festering abscess. Strange, since he was so charismatic at the (elevated) podium.”

Sadly, others among the UK acting community appear to have taken a different view:


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