Watch: Hercules Actor Kevin Sorbo Says Hollywood Blacklisted Him for Being a Christian

They definitely did not blacklist him because he sucked. Hercules was like, the best show ever.

Although, he was a genre actor, who logically should be showing up in stuff like new Star Trek shows. As we know, they’re doing something very different with Star Trek.

I saw there was a new Babylon 5 show out and had a moment of excitement, but then realized it would be a bunch of trannies, black people, and fat women like the new Star Trek. But it turned out it was a cartoon.

I miss the 1990s.


Kevin Sorbo gained fame in the 1990s when he starred as the title character in the globally syndicated series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, which ran from 1994-1999, but in a new interview, he claimed that acting work dried up for him once he publicly started discussing his Christian beliefs.

Speaking to Fox News yesterday (Aug. 21), Sorbo stated, “It was sad to me, you know, my manager and agent for so many years said that we can’t get you jobs anymore, work with you because of you being a Christian, being a conservative.”

He continued, “I almost had to laugh at that because it’s an industry that screams for tolerance, and yet it’s a one-way street. It screams for freedom of speech. But Hollywood’s a one-way street as well. And that’s just too bad, you know. But I love the industry. I love the movies and TV.”

Sorbo added, “It was really weird. I mean, here’s the thing. We have such a huge divide in our country right now, and it’s perpetuated by the mainstream media, perpetuated by movies, TV. I don’t harbor that kind of anger and hatred towards people. I have a different point of view.”

Sorbo’s so-called Christian views have led him to call Black protesters in Ferguson, Missouri “animals,” and consistently maintain that the Jan. 6 insurrection was carried out by “federal agents and ANTIFA.”

Yeah, he’s based.

Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.