According to a testimonial to the Hollywood Reporter, Ruth Wilson left the hit television drama The Affair due to a “very toxic work environment”.
Wilson, 37, also known as Alice Morgan in the BBC series Luther, left the show due to the frequency and nature of the sex scenes she performed on the show, and friction with the listener, Sarah Trem, sources said.
Since leaving the show – which airs on Sky Atlantic in the UK – in 2018, Wilson has claimed he was not allowed to speak about the reasons behind leaving.
According to sources working on the show, Wilson was repeatedly uncomfortable with nude scenes and was described as “Sarah Trem’s deafness”, identifying the situation in which he was putting actors.
It has also been alleged that Trem praised the presence of female actors, including Wilson, in a way that was considered inappropriate, and commented: “you think a man’s mouth must have been coming out of the 1950s.” The environment was very toxic. “Wilson said expressed concern, only labeling.”
Sources have revealed the information that the footage of the sex scenes was visible on multiple parties and monitors during the filming, leading to an incident in which it was seen that no one was involved. Production.
Trem, who has previously worked in the Netflix hit House of Cards, denied the allegations, saying: “I would never say those things to an actor. He’s not me. I’m not a manipulative person. I am, and I’ve always been one feminist.”
Krait completely rejected it, saying: “The idea that I will ever cultivate in an insecure environment or harass a woman on one of my shows is completely ridiculous and not lacking.”
The genitalia was shown. Some of the show’s intimate scenes were shot with a body double – described in 2017 as “Alison [Wilson’s character ‘] sex time double”.
Wilson won a Golden Globe for his role in the Montana-set drama, in which he and West spoke of their characters’ love affair. Described by Trem as the “Rashomon of the Relationship Drama”, the show ran for five series before concluding earlier this year.