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* It's become a running gag that Creator/TomHolland CannotKeepASecret (to the point where he wasn't trusted with full scripts for ''Film/Avengers:InfinityWar'' or ''[[Film/AvengersEndGame End Game]]'' lest he spoil the films in interviews. Similarly in the MCU, Spider-Man has not been successful in maintaining his secret identity; [[Film/IronMan Tony Stark]] figured it out in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', Ned Leeds and Aunt May learned it in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'', and (judging from the trailers) we can add Nick Fury and Maria Hill (which, given their credentials, makes sense) [[spoiler: as well as MJ]] in ''Film/SpiderManFarFromHome''.

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* It's become a running gag that Creator/TomHolland CannotKeepASecret (to the point where he wasn't trusted with full scripts for ''Film/Avengers:InfinityWar'' ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' or ''[[Film/AvengersEndGame End Game]]'' lest he spoil the films in interviews. Similarly in the MCU, Spider-Man has not been successful in maintaining his secret identity; [[Film/IronMan Tony Stark]] figured it out in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', Ned Leeds and Aunt May learned it in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'', and (judging from the trailers) we can add Nick Fury and Maria Hill (which, given their credentials, makes sense) [[spoiler: as well as MJ]] in ''Film/SpiderManFarFromHome''.

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* It's become a running gag that Creator/TomHolland CannotKeepASecret (to the point where he wasn't trusted with full scripts for ''Film/Avengers:InfinityWar'' or ''[[Film/AvengersEndGame End Game]]'' lest he spoil the films in interviews. Similarly in the MCU, Spider-Man has not been successful in maintaining his secret identity; [[Film/IronMan Tony Stark]] figured it out in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', Ned Leeds and Aunt May learned it in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'', and (judging from the trailers) we can add Nick Fury and Maria Hill (which, given their credentials, makes sense) [[spoiler: as well as MJ]] in ''Film/SpiderManFarFromHome''.


This is something the media has gotten much better about over time. Obviously, black- and yellowface have been frowned upon for decades, but also, animated works and video games have become more likely to cast a voice actor who shares the character's ethnic background. Another trait that has become more common since the 2000's is if an actor is mixed-race, the producers will likely include it in the show and make the character's parents an interracial couple.

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This is something the media has gotten much better about over time. Obviously, black- and yellowface have been frowned upon for decades, but also, animated works and video games have become more likely to cast a voice actor who shares the character's ethnic background. Another trait that has become more common since the 2000's 2000s is if an actor is mixed-race, the producers will likely include it in the show and make the character's parents an interracial couple.



* In ''Theatre/TheBrowningVersion'' and its famous 1951 film adaptation, protagonist Andrew Crocker-Harris is a classics (i.e. Greek and Latin) master in a respected public school. Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave, who portrays Crocker-Harris, was also a schoolmaster in a prestigious public school in RealLife before he became an actor. However, he taught modern languages (English, French and German) and was more of a CoolTeacher rather than Crocker-Harris's SternTeacher.

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* In ''Theatre/TheBrowningVersion'' and its famous 1951 film adaptation, protagonist Andrew Crocker-Harris is a classics (i.e. Greek and Latin) master in a respected public school. Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave, who portrays Crocker-Harris, was also a schoolmaster in a prestigious public school in RealLife before he became an actor. However, he taught modern languages (English, French French, and German) and was more of a CoolTeacher rather than Crocker-Harris's SternTeacher.



* ''Theatre/{{Harvey}}:'' The play described Harvey as an "6 feet tall, invisible rabbit". The movie changed this to 7 feet so that the six-foot-tall Creator/JamesStewart could still look up at him when talking to him.

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* ''Theatre/{{Harvey}}:'' The play described Harvey as an a "6 feet tall, invisible rabbit". The movie changed this to 7 feet so that the six-foot-tall Creator/JamesStewart could still look up at him when talking to him.



** Done backwards in the case of Bond's Scottish ancestry. It was added into his history by Creator/IanFleming because of the very Scottish Creator/SeanConnery's portrayal of him.

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** Done backwards backward in the case of Bond's Scottish ancestry. It was added into his history by Creator/IanFleming because of the very Scottish Creator/SeanConnery's portrayal of him.



** In the books, it's revealed that Fleming and recurring BigBad Ernst Stavro Blofeld have the same birthdate: May 28, 1908. Moreover, Bond and Fleming were both kicked out of Eton after a few terms, and served in the Royal Navy in the war.

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** In the books, it's revealed that Fleming and recurring BigBad Ernst Stavro Blofeld have the same birthdate: May 28, 1908. Moreover, Bond and Fleming were both kicked out of Eton after a few terms, terms and served in the Royal Navy in the war.



* Supplementary material for ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' refers to Poe Dameron as a native of Yavin 4, because the Yavin 4 scenes in the original trilogy were filmed in Guatemala, birthplace of his actor Oscar Isaac (in fact, this detail was his idea).

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* Supplementary material for ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' refers to Poe Dameron as a native of Yavin 4, because the Yavin 4 scenes in the original trilogy were filmed in Guatemala, the birthplace of his actor Oscar Isaac (in fact, this detail was his idea).



* On the final episode of ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'', "The Pop Star", Mr Spooner is revealed to be a talented lead vocalist. Same for his actor Mike Berry.

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* On the final episode of ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'', "The Pop Star", Mr Mr. Spooner is revealed to be a talented lead vocalist. Same for his actor Mike Berry.



** Creator/DavidSchwimmer is Jewish, like Herbert Sobel was in real life.
** Accidental example. Ross [=McCall=] is not Jewish. His character Joe Liebgott is said to be Jewish, but wasn't actually in real life (everyone just thought he was).

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** Creator/DavidSchwimmer is Jewish, Jewish like Herbert Sobel was in real life.
** Accidental example. Ross [=McCall=] is not Jewish. His character Joe Liebgott is said to be Jewish, Jewish but wasn't actually in real life (everyone just thought he was).



** Creator/MayimBialik holds a Ph.D in neuroscience, and her character, Amy Farrah Fowler, is a neurobiologist.

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** Creator/MayimBialik holds a Ph.D D. in neuroscience, and her character, Amy Farrah Fowler, is a neurobiologist.



* Harry Anderson shared many similarities with his character "Harry the Hat" from ''{{Series/Cheers}}'', all of which were written into the character before Anderson auditioned: named Harry, never seen without his CoolHat, does magic, small time con artist (which Anderson wasn't, but had an onstage persona who was).

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* Harry Anderson shared many similarities with his character "Harry the Hat" from ''{{Series/Cheers}}'', all of which were written into the character before Anderson auditioned: named Harry, never seen without his CoolHat, does magic, small time small-time con artist (which Anderson wasn't, but had an onstage persona who was).



* Michael "Dauber" Dybynski from ''Series/{{Coach}}'' was a former college football player who took a ridiculously long time to graduate. His actor, Creator/BillFagerbakke, was a former college football player who took six years to graduate, though not because he was an idiot like Dauber. He got into college on a football scholarship, but switched his focus to theater after [[CareerEndingInjury he injured his knee]] during his second year.

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* Michael "Dauber" Dybynski from ''Series/{{Coach}}'' was a former college football player who took a ridiculously long time to graduate. His actor, Creator/BillFagerbakke, was a former college football player who took six years to graduate, though not because he was an idiot like Dauber. He got into college on a football scholarship, scholarship but switched his focus to theater after [[CareerEndingInjury he injured his knee]] during his second year.



*** Yvette Nicole Brown is a committed Christian, but is probably less abrasive about it than Shirley often is.

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*** Yvette Nicole Brown is a committed Christian, Christian but is probably less abrasive about it than Shirley often is.



** Most of Fran Fine's backstory on ''Series/TheNanny'' is identical to Drescher's own life. Lived in Queens, graduated from Hillcrest High (with Ray Romano/Ray Barone), parents named Sylvia and Morty, sister named Nadine, the list goes on and on.

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** Most of Fran Fine's backstory on ''Series/TheNanny'' is identical to Drescher's own life. Lived in Queens, graduated from Hillcrest High (with Ray Romano/Ray Barone), parents named Sylvia and Morty, a sister named Nadine, the list goes on and on.



* ''Series/{{Friends}}'' is all over this trope, with all the actors incorporating huge aspects of themselves into their characters. Monica was originally designed as rather cold and cynical, but Creator/CourteneyCox turned her into the TeamMom to the in-universe gang that she was to the real life cast. Creator/MatthewPerry influenced a lot of Chandler's neuroses: having divorced parents, being terrible with women (Chandler was gay before he was cast), and using humor as a defense mechanism, which Perry comments was the first thing he and the producers discussed. Creator/MattLeBlanc made Joey more a big brother figure to the gang, like his real life relationship with the three girls, and Creator/DavidSchwimmer and Ross Gellar were both Jewish.
** In one interview, the cast are asked 'Who is The Most...' questions about each other. It's ''really'' hard to tell if they're talking about the actors or characters. Perry/Chandler is the funniest, Cox/Monica gives the best advice, Aniston/Rachel cries the most, [=LeBlanc=]/Joey would defend you in a fight, Kudrow/Phoebe is the quirkiest, Schwimmer/Ross is the most serious....

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* ''Series/{{Friends}}'' is all over this trope, with all the actors incorporating huge aspects of themselves into their characters. Monica was originally designed as rather cold and cynical, but Creator/CourteneyCox turned her into the TeamMom to the in-universe gang that she was to the real life real-life cast. Creator/MatthewPerry influenced a lot of Chandler's neuroses: having divorced parents, being terrible with women (Chandler was gay before he was cast), and using humor as a defense mechanism, which Perry comments was the first thing he and the producers discussed. Creator/MattLeBlanc made Joey more a big brother figure to the gang, like his real life real-life relationship with the three girls, and Creator/DavidSchwimmer and Ross Gellar were both Jewish.
** In one interview, the cast are is asked 'Who is The Most...' questions about each other. It's ''really'' hard to tell if they're talking about the actors or characters. Perry/Chandler is the funniest, Cox/Monica gives the best advice, Aniston/Rachel cries the most, [=LeBlanc=]/Joey would defend you in a fight, Kudrow/Phoebe is the quirkiest, Schwimmer/Ross is the most serious....serious...



* Max Klinger from ''Series/{{MASH}}'' was from UsefulNotes/ToledoOhio, as was his actor, Jamie Farr, who also served in Korea (Klinger's dogtags were Farr's own). And yes, the Mud Hens are a real team, and Tony Packo's is a real restaurant (though it has fallen on hard times). Like Klinger, he also has Lebanese ancestry.
* In ''Series/McHalesNavy'', Creator/ErnestBorgnine wore a hat badge that always seemed smaller than any of his costars'. This is because everyone else was using badges that came from the central costuming department and that were then-current (1960s) US Navy issue that were inaccurately large for the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII period. Borgnine's badge was his own personal property, kept by him from his active-duty days in the Navy, which began before Pearl Harbor--and he had already been discharged and reenlisted because of the attack, much like [=McHale=].[[note]] According to the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20081003182554/http://www.history.navy.mil/bios/borgnine_e.htm Naval Historical Center]], Borgnine was gunner's mate first class, not an officer]] [[/note]]

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* Max Klinger from ''Series/{{MASH}}'' was from UsefulNotes/ToledoOhio, as was his actor, Jamie Farr, who also served in Korea (Klinger's dogtags dog tags were Farr's own). And yes, the Mud Hens are a real team, and Tony Packo's is a real restaurant (though it has fallen on hard times). Like Klinger, he also has Lebanese ancestry.
* In ''Series/McHalesNavy'', Creator/ErnestBorgnine wore a hat badge that always seemed smaller than any of his costars'. This is because everyone else was using badges that came from the central costuming department and that were then-current (1960s) (the 1960s) US Navy issue that were inaccurately large for the UsefulNotes/WorldWarII period. Borgnine's badge was his own personal property, kept by him from his active-duty days in the Navy, which began before Pearl Harbor--and he had already been discharged and reenlisted re-enlisted because of the attack, much like [=McHale=].[[note]] According to the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20081003182554/http://www.history.navy.mil/bios/borgnine_e.htm Naval Historical Center]], Borgnine was gunner's mate first class, not an officer]] [[/note]]



* Number Six in ''Series/ThePrisoner1967'' gives his exact date and time of birth -- one of the only times in the series he volunteers any information. The date and time in question in fact belonged to Patrick [=McGoohan=].

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* Number Six in ''Series/ThePrisoner1967'' gives his exact date and time of birth -- one of the only times in the series he volunteers any information. The date and time in question question, in fact fact, belonged to Patrick [=McGoohan=].



* In the Music/SClub7 TV series, Tina Barrett's character was written to be a choreographer. Tina had been a dancer before joining the band, and choreographed a few of their routines -- as she was shown doing in the series.

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* In the Music/SClub7 TV series, Tina Barrett's character was written to be a choreographer. Tina had been a dancer before joining the band, band and choreographed a few of their routines -- as she was shown doing in the series.



* On ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' the Russo family is said to be Mexican-Italian. The only one of the children to be of Mexican-Italian ethnicity is Music/SelenaGomez. In reality the Russos were written to be an Irish family, but were changed to Mexican-Italian to accommodate Gomez's casting. Of course, Jerry, the father, is of Italian descent, just like his actor David [=DeLuise=]. Justin's actor David Henrie is at least of Italian Background.
* ''Series/FearTheWalkingDead'': Travis is revealed to be Maori, like Cliff Curtis, the actor playing him. However he's apparently American-born or spent most of his life in the US.

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* On ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' the Russo family is said to be Mexican-Italian. The only one of the children to be of Mexican-Italian ethnicity is Music/SelenaGomez. In reality reality, the Russos were written to be an Irish family, family but were changed to Mexican-Italian to accommodate Gomez's casting. Of course, Jerry, the father, is of Italian descent, just like his actor David [=DeLuise=]. Justin's actor David Henrie is at least of Italian Background.
* ''Series/FearTheWalkingDead'': Travis is revealed to be Maori, like Cliff Curtis, the actor playing him. However However, he's apparently American-born or spent most of his life in the US.



* ''Series/WhenWeRise'': Transwoman actor Ivory Aquino plays the transwoman character Cecilia Chung, and in fact this is her first role playing someone sharing her gender identity.

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* ''Series/WhenWeRise'': Transwoman actor Ivory Aquino plays the transwoman character Cecilia Chung, and in fact fact, this is her first role playing someone sharing her gender identity.



** "The Wright Brothers vs The Mario Brothers" features North Carolinans WebVideo/RhettAndLink as Wilbur and Orville Wright.

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** "The Wright Brothers vs The Mario Brothers" features North Carolinans Carolinians WebVideo/RhettAndLink as Wilbur and Orville Wright.



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' featured a villain named Replay, who was a former child star that had trouble getting work after his sitcom was cancelled. They got real-life former child star Creator/NeilPatrickHarris (who hadn't yet had his big comeback role with ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'') to voice the character.

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' featured a villain named Replay, who was a former child star that had trouble getting work after his sitcom was cancelled.canceled. They got real-life former child star Creator/NeilPatrickHarris (who hadn't yet had his big comeback role with ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'') to voice the character.



* In ''WesternAnimation/PuppyDogPals'' , it's revealed that Chloe's family is Jewish. Chloe's mother is voiced by Creator/TaraStrong, who was born to Jewish parents.
* For ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'' , series showrunner Frank Angones admitted to casting as many ethnic characters with actors of their respective nationalities as much as possible. It's impressive how much they do. For example:
** Scrooge in this series is voiced by Creator/DavidTennant , making this the first time he's been voiced by an actual Scottish actor . Likewise, his parents are voiced by Creator/GrahamMcTavish and Ashley Jensen, who also have a Scottish background.
** Catherine Tate, who's British, voices [[spoiler: Magica DeSpell]] , who's been given a race lift to match her ethnicity.
** "The House Of The Lucky Gander" takes place in China, and has a character named Lou Hao voiced by Chinese actor BD Wong .

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* In ''WesternAnimation/PuppyDogPals'' , ''WesternAnimation/PuppyDogPals'', it's revealed that Chloe's family is Jewish. Chloe's mother is voiced by Creator/TaraStrong, who was born to Jewish parents.
* For ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'' , ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'', series showrunner Frank Angones admitted to casting as many ethnic characters with actors of their respective nationalities as much as possible. It's impressive how much they do. For example:
** Scrooge in this series is voiced by Creator/DavidTennant , Creator/DavidTennant, making this the first time he's been voiced by an actual Scottish actor .actor. Likewise, his parents are voiced by Creator/GrahamMcTavish and Ashley Jensen, who also have a Scottish background.
** Catherine Tate, who's British, voices [[spoiler: Magica DeSpell]] , DeSpell]], who's been given a race lift RaceLift to match her ethnicity.
** "The House Of The Lucky Gander" takes place in China, and has a character named Lou Hao voiced by Chinese actor BD Wong .Wong.



* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueDoom'' and ''WesternAnimation/SuperManVsTheElite'' , Alfred Pennyworth and Manchester Black, who are British, are both voiced by Creator/RobinAtkinDownes, who was born in the UK.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueDoom'' and ''WesternAnimation/SuperManVsTheElite'' , ''WesternAnimation/SuperManVsTheElite'', Alfred Pennyworth and Manchester Black, who are British, are both voiced by Creator/RobinAtkinDownes, who was born in the UK.



** Jessica Cruz, a Green Lantern of Latina background, is voiced by Creator/CristinaMilizia , who has Spanish relatives.

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** Jessica Cruz, a Green Lantern of Latina background, is voiced by Creator/CristinaMilizia , Creator/CristinaMilizia, who has Spanish relatives.



** Nathan Park/Wingspan, one of the show's protagonists, is Korean, and is voiced by Korean-American voice actor Creator/StevenYeun .
** Riya Dashti, who's of an Iranian background, is voiced in flashbacks by Kathreen Khavari, whose parents were born in Iran. Khavari also voices Riya's aunt.

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** Nathan Park/Wingspan, one of the show's protagonists, is Korean, Korean and is voiced by Korean-American voice actor Creator/StevenYeun .
Creator/StevenYeun.
** Riya Dashti, who's of an Iranian background, is voiced in flashbacks by Kathreen Khavari, whose parents were born in Iran. Khavari also voices Riya's aunt.



** Jillian Rose Reed (Naomi) is American, but is reportedly raised by Puerto Rican parents. Naomi and her family is said to be from another kingdom, though Naomi seems to consider Avalor a second home.

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** Jillian Rose Reed (Naomi) is American, American but is reportedly raised by Puerto Rican parents. Naomi and her family is said to be from another kingdom, though Naomi seems to consider Avalor a second home.



** Antonio Angama is voiced by Creator/DannyTrejo , who was born in Mexico.

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** Antonio Angama is voiced by Creator/DannyTrejo , Creator/DannyTrejo, who was born in Mexico.



* ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'' had an episode called "Ramen" which has a character named Kazumi, who owns a Japanese noodle shop. She's voiced by Creator/RomiDames , who was born in Japan.

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* ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'' had an episode called "Ramen" which has a character named Kazumi, who owns a Japanese noodle shop. She's voiced by Creator/RomiDames , Creator/RomiDames, who was born in Japan.


* ''Series/KissMeFirst'': Tippi appears to be a Japanese English woman like her actress Haruka Abe, as indicated by her English accent and legal name of Tomiko Teshima.

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* ''Series/KissMeFirst'': Tippi appears to be a Japanese English Japanese-English woman like her actress Haruka Abe, as indicated by her English accent and legal name of Tomiko Teshima.


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* ''Series/WhiskeyCavalier'': Like her character Tina Marek, Marika Dominczyk was born in Poland, and then emigrated to the US with her parents.


This is something the media has gotten much better about over time. Obviously, black- and yellowface actors have been frowned upon for decades, but also, animated works and video games have become more likely to cast a voice actor who shares the character's ethnic background. Another trait that has become more common since the 2000's is if an actor is mixed-race, the producers will likely include it in the show and make the character's parents an interracial couple.

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This is something the media has gotten much better about over time. Obviously, black- and yellowface actors have been frowned upon for decades, but also, animated works and video games have become more likely to cast a voice actor who shares the character's ethnic background. Another trait that has become more common since the 2000's is if an actor is mixed-race, the producers will likely include it in the show and make the character's parents an interracial couple.


When a character on a TV show or other form of media shares a detail of their heritage, upbringing, and backstory with the actor playing them.

When this material and information is written to be a vital part of the character and story, it runs into MetaCasting.

When this goes from a minor detail to the focus of the story, it can be an example of RealLifeWritesThePlot.

Compare TheDanza, where the character and the actor share a name.

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When a character on a TV show or other form of media shares a detail of their heritage, upbringing, and backstory with the actor playing them.

them. When this material and information is written to be a vital part of the character and story, it runs into MetaCasting.

This is something the media has gotten much better about over time. Obviously, black- and yellowface actors have been frowned upon for decades, but also, animated works and video games have become more likely to cast a voice actor who shares the character's ethnic background. Another trait that has become more common since the 2000's is if an actor is mixed-race, the producers will likely include it in the show and make the character's parents an interracial couple.

When this goes from a minor detail to the focus of the story, it can be an example of RealLifeWritesThePlot.

RealLifeWritesThePlot. Compare TheDanza, where the character and the actor share a name.


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* in ''Film/AntManAndTheWasp'', villain Ghost was made into a young woman played by Hannah John-Kamen. Since John-Kamen is half-black half-white, Ghost's parents (shown in the flashback where she got her powers as a girl) were a white man and a black woman.

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** Tony is also a recovering alcoholic in the comics. Part of the reason this otherwise huge part of his character has never really been in the MCU is at his insistence. He doesnít want to get in the headspace that could jeopardize his own recovery/health. Most notably, Creator/ShaneBlack wanted ''Film/IronMan3'' to be an adaptation of the ''Devil in a Bottle'' story and thatís part of why it was changed. Creator/{{Disney}} also didnít want to sink $200 million into a movie of their most popular Marvel character dealing with such a heavy topic.


In ''Disney/TheRescuers'', Miss Bianca is portrayed as representing Hungary. She was voiced by Eva Gabor, who was Hungarian herself.

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* In ''Disney/TheRescuers'', Miss Bianca is portrayed as representing Hungary. She was voiced by Eva Gabor, who was Hungarian herself.


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** Creator/CatherineOHara is Irish-Catholic, as is her character Moira Rose, but so is Levy's real-life wife Deborah Divine. Eugene Levy felt this would make O'Hara believable playing his real life son's mother.

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** Creator/CatherineOHara is Irish-Catholic, as is her character Moira Rose, but so is Levy's real-life wife Deborah Divine. Eugene Levy felt this would make O'Hara believable playing his real life real-life son's mother.mother. She's also known Dan since he was a baby, given her long working relationship with his father.

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* ''Series/SchittsCreek'':
** Creator/EugeneLevy is Jewish, as is his character Johnny Rose.
** Creator/CatherineOHara is Irish-Catholic, as is her character Moira Rose, but so is Levy's real-life wife Deborah Divine. Eugene Levy felt this would make O'Hara believable playing his real life son's mother.
** As noted above, Creator/DanielLevy is the real-life son of Eugene and his character David refers to himself as a "half-half situation" during the ChristmasEpisode when someone asks him if he is Jewish.

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* ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'' had an episode called "Ramen" which has a character named Kazumi, who owns a Japanese noodle shop. She's voiced by Creator/RomiDames , who was born in Japan.


* ''Series/MurderInTheFirst'': Like her character on the show, Raffi Veracruz, Creator/EmmanuelleChriqui comes from a Sephardic Jewish family.


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* In ''Series/MurderInTheFirst'': Like her character on the show, Raffi Veracruz, Creator/EmmanuelleChriqui comes from a Sephardic Jewish family.

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