Celebs who've spoken out about the gender pay gap

Jaime Lee Curtis - The actress tweeted, "Come on @FIFAWorldCup let’s take this great moment and remove gender from the equation and go for parity and EQUAL PAY! You can do it.

Jessica Chastain - Chastain admitted she doesn't accept jobs where she's paid less than the male actors anymore. I’m not allowing that in my life."

Gwyneth Paltrow- Paltrow opened up during an interview with 'Variety': "Your salary is a way to quantify what you’re worth. If men are being paid a lot more for doing the same thing, it feels s*****."

Jennifer Lawrence - Lawrence wrote an essay in 'Lena Dunham's Lenny Letter' on gender pay gap titled 'Why do I Make Less Than My Male Co-Stars?'

Priyanka Chopra - “I think gender pay gap is a global problem. It exits in every profession, be it Hollywood, Bollywood or the business sector where male are paid more than females.

Salma Hayek - At Variety's Power of Women luncheon, the actress stated in her speech that women deserve equality. "This is a problem that is in every single industry.

Toni Colette - When commenting about the wage gap in Hollywood on HuffPost Live, Collette said, "I don’t understand why genitalia makes a difference. Creativity is genderless. Money is genderless."

Cate Blanchett - The actress turned down a role because she knew her male counterpart would be offered more money.

Robin Wright - When Robin Wright discovered that co-star Kevin Spacey was paid more for his role in 'House of Cards,' she told Netflix: "'You better pay me or I’m going to go public.' And they did."

Benedict Cumberbatch - Cumberbatch told Radio Times that he would refuse any role where his female co-star wasn't paid the same as he was.

Sarah Jessica Parker - "Equality, parity, and safe work environments for men and women across all industries are key; I know it’s affected your network," Parker said to Ryan Seacrest.

Catt Sadler - The former host of 'E! News' found out that her male colleagues were paid way more than her and tried to negotiate a raise. After the network denied her request, she decided to quit.

Reese Witherspoon - Witherspoon has often been vocal about gender wage gap in the movie industry, and even helped 'HBO' close its gender wage gap in 2018.

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