“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
@FoxNews programs from time to time. registered independent. ill be donating all @foxsearchlight @FOXTV @FOXSports @20thcenturyfox residuals to @RAICESTEXAS. for making your voices heard for the children in this horrible time. @SteveLevitan & @SethMacFarlane“
— jonathan tucker (@jonathanmtucker) June 20, 2018
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.