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“What we’re seeing is drama schools are getting diversity, but that diversity is largely made up of black students and those of dual heritage,” she said.Responding to the figures at an Act for Change event this week at the Young Vic, director Iqbal Khan claimed people from black, Asian and ethnic backgrounds think working in the arts is a “disreputable" career.He said: “There is still a perception I think for BAME audiences, particularly the Asian audiences, that [working in] the arts is a disreputable profession.“It was very uncomfortable and it was hot, especially growing up in Arizona,” she said.“But even greater than that were the emotional reasons for taking them off.” Since that day, the now 34-year-old Cox said she has not looked back.