Aaron Sorkin Defends Jeremy Strong Against “Distorted” Narrative

In addition to Sorkin’s quotes, The New Yorker The article also claimed that Strong allegedly “refuses to try” at times and isolates himself from the other cast members on the HBO show. “The result Jeremy gets is always exceptional,” the co-star Brian Cox told of his trial. “I only worry about what he does to himself. I worry about the crises he sets out to prepare for.”

Cox has since expanded on some of his statements. On Late night with Seth Meyers, explained the actor, “The thing about Jeremy’s approach is that it works in terms of what comes out on the other side.”

He continued: “My problem, and it’s not a problem, I don’t have a problem with Jeremy because he’s delightful. … He’s an amazing dad. He’s quite a unique individual. But he’s obsessed with work.”

Before publishing the article, Schulman tweeted, “Warning: a new profile of the New Yorker will come out tomorrow, reported over six months and in three different countries. The subject is one of the most intense people I have ever met in my life.”

AND! News reached out to Strong’s rep for comment.

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