Award-winning actor, writer and director Fraser Ayres founded The TriForce Creative Network in 2003 to promote equal opportunity in the entertainment industry. In a report launched by Creative Diversity Network they found that the television industry faced challenges off-screen with only 2% of TV Writers, 3% Executives and 5% of Series Producers from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. The film and television veteran says that for equitable change the industry needs fresh blood and opportunity.
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