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Since When Did Hyphenated Americans Become Accepted By Mainstream Media?

As a promising American actor, Timothée Chalamet’s breakthrough performances on the big screen are a testament to forging good connections, having sought-after talent, and solid skills to work with demanding producers and directors in Hollywood.

Indeed, a recent article gushed over the former child actor’s rise to fame and his net worth of millions of dollars. And then, for some unbeknownst reason, the article continued by inserting the epithet, “French-American”.

Many will say it’s a reference to the actor’s heritage, and that is precisely the point: it’s irrelevant in a media piece about a young American from New York who found or created opportunities and achieved praiseworthy success at the ripe old age of 26 years.

And now consider Lucy Liu, an American actress, and producer aged 53 years. She starred in the movie Charlie’s Angels over twenty years ago and just had to be described as “Chinese-American” while her co-star Drew Barrymore, an ‘American’.

Of course, referring to someone by their ethnicity followed by a hyphen and the word ‘American’ is not foreign at all—otherwise known as a “hyphenated-American”.

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