‘Westworld’ Actor Jonathan Tucker Says He’ll Donate Residuals From Fox Projects to RAICES

“The Practice” and “The Deep End” actor speaks out against Fox while pledging his support for the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education non-profit

Last Updated: June 20, 2018 @ 4:50 PM

“Westworld” actor Jonathan Tucker will donate the residuals he receives from any Fox film and TV projects he worked on to RAICES (Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education), a non-profit based in Texas that specializes in immigration legal services.

Tucker tweeted on Tuesday night: “used to watch programs from time to time. registered independent. ill be donating all residuals to . for making your voices heard for the children in this horrible time. &

In “Westworld” Tucker portrays Major Craddock, one of the hosts in the park who is a military officer working for the Confederados. His projects for Fox include a few episodes on the David E. Kelly drama “The Practice” and the 2001 film “The Deep End” from Fox Searchlight.

Tucker’s offer to donate money follows Seth MacFarlane’s $2.5 million donation to NPR and its Los Angeles-based member station, KPCC.

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