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Currently promoting his new film " Blue Caprice ," the year-old actor told HuffPost Live, "After the incident at the Golden Globes, everything just fell apart. I lost everything. I couldn't afford to have an agent I couldn't afford to have a publicist I couldn't afford to continue. The forced hiatus from acting did have its surprise benefits for Washington, however: "I became a better husband, a better father and a better artist.

Isaiah Washington, Former Grey’s Anatomy Actor: “Everything Fell Apart” After Gay Slur Scandal

ABC rebukes ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star for slur

Washington last week publicly used an anti-gay slur for the second time in roughly three months, a Disney executive said Friday. The situation has potentially great implications for ABC, which is reaping millions of dollars in advertising revenues from a show that, in its third season, is among the highest rated on television. The executive, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because company officials were instructed not to go beyond a prepared statement, said that Mr. Washington, 43, who portrays Dr. On Thursday, the first broadcast since the show won for best dramatic television series at the Golden Globes, the audience numbered nearly 22 million, according to ABC. Washington first got into trouble for using the same slur during an off-camera dispute on the set of the show in October.

Isaiah Washington: I Was Persecuted By Hollywood After Anti-Gay Golden Globes Incident

Giuliano today condemned Isaiah Washington's on-air use of the word "faggot" during a backstage press conference at the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards, calling on him to apologize and make amends for this second use of the slur in the past four months. Knight as a "faggot" during an on-set altercation with Patrick Dempsey. Backstage at the January 15 Golden Globes ceremony, Washington repeated the slur while denying having used it to refer to Knight: "No, I did not call T.
Knight a homophobic slur, and the drama continues. Washington had previously issued an apology for an "unfortunate use of words during the recent incident on-set. On Monday, Washington tweeted a photo of Heigl and wrote, "This woman once proclaimed that I should 'never' be allowed to speak publicly again.