Oscar-nominated actor Frank Langella has been fired from “The Fall of the House of Usher” Netflix collection following a misconduct investigation into an allegation of sexual harassment.
The investigation, now accomplished, discovered “he had been involved in unacceptable conduct on set,” Deadline reported. A spokesperson for Netflix confirmed the report back to NBC Information.
Langella, 84, had been accused of sexual harassment, together with making inappropriate feedback to a feminine co-star on set, TMZ first reported.
NBC Information has reached out to his representatives for remark.
Langella’s position as Roderick Usher will likely be recast because the eight-episode collection, based mostly on the works of Edgar Allan Poe, is about midway via manufacturing. Scenes he filmed will likely be reshot.
Within the meantime, filming will proceed with scenes not involving the Roderick Usher character.
The movie features a start-studded forged with Carla Gugino, Mary McDonnell, Carl Lumbly and Mark Hamill.
Langella rose to fame along with his position as Dracula within the 1979 eponymous movie, and he was nominated for finest actor in 2009 for his position as Richard Nixon within the movie “Frost/Nixon.” He’s additionally gained 4 Tony awards in his prolonged profession.