Sara Ramirez is no stranger to the backlash to Che Diaz on the sets o “And Just Like That…”- as they are quite aware of the hate that exists online. In a recent interview with the New York Times, the actor stated that while they have an idea about it, they need to look after their own mental health- while protecting their own artistry.
The 46-year-old actor also mentioned that this is more important than online hate because they are a real human being- made of flesh and bone. They are really proud of all the representation that they have been able to create. In fact, they have created a character who is just like an everyday human being- with real flaws and complexities.
Sara Ramirez Can Understand The Backlash That Is Out There
Sara Ramirez plays the role of a comedian who is non-binary, one who embarks on a relationship with Miranda Hobbes, an uptight lawyer. Quite a few fans of the show were quite dejected that Miranda had split from her husband Steve and decided to move with Che to California. Ramirez also mentioned that they have no control over what is being written- only the freedom to play the role they are given to the best of their abilities.
Sara Ramirez was quite candid in their explanation. In reality, there are quite a lot of different human begins who come up to the table and have the ability to speak truth to power in a lot of ways. And they all end up landing differently with different sorts of people. And Che Diaz has their own niche audience that understands what the character is talking about- and get a real kick out of what they are doing.
Sara Ramirez, who previously got fame as an orthopedic surgeon in Gray’s Anatomy, has stated that they imagine Che would have a very silly, witty, and funny response to all the complexities that have been surrounding their character.