Hollywood has faced a reckoning in recent months, with celebrities speaking out against sexual misconduct and inappropriate behaviour in the acting industry.
And joining the chorus of A-listers voicing their opinion on the topic is The Mentalist star Simon Baker.
In an interview with, GQ Australia, the 48-year-old spoke about #MeToo, a movement which draws attention to sexual assault and harassment in the workplace.
'Every person deserves to feel safe in their work environment': The Mentalist star Simon Baker has spoken about the #MeToo movement as he graces the cover of GQ Australia
'It's the great shakedown and it's about time. It's very simple: every person deserves to feel safe in their work environment,' the actor told GQ.
Simon, who has been a professional actor for decades, explained that supporters of the movement need to find a way to oust unsavoury characters from the industry.
'We just have to understand how we eradicate bad male role models. It's long overdue,' Simon said.
' It's long overdue' The Mentalist star added he wanted to help 'eradicate bad male role models' from the industry
Simon also said that while the media