It seems the mute button is turning into tougher to search out lately.

Hollywood is now rallying its help for an actor who posted a video of an excruciatingly awkward Zoom encounter he had with a director who witheringly criticized his “tiny house” with out realizing he hadn’t muted his microphone.

Lukas Gage, greatest recognized for his function on HBO’s Euphoria, posted a video on Twitter yesterday of him getting ready for an audition over Zoom.

“Psa in the event you’re a shit-talking director be certain to mute ur shit on zoom conferences,” Gage wrote when posting the video.

At first of the clip, which has racked up greater than 4m views, Gage is fixing his hair when a voice with a British accent quips: “These poor individuals stay in these tiny residences like I’m taking a look at his, you realize, background and he’s acquired his TV and his, you realize …”

Gage, smiling, tells the director: “I do know it’s a shitty house. That’s why give me this job so I can get a greater one.”

When the director apologizes, Gage provides: “I’m dwelling in a four-by-four field, it’s high quality, simply give me the job and we’ll be high quality.”

“I’m mortified,” the director says as somebody begins to snicker within the background.

The identification of the director is unknown, however Gage has acquired unanimous help from colleagues in Hollywood for the way he dealt with the encounter.

“Elegant response Lukas,” wrote the actor January Jones in an Instagram remark. “DM me who it was so I could make notice to not ever work with that particular person.”

The actor Kevin McHale thanked Gage on Twitter for posting the clip. “Actors should stroll out on the plank and be open and susceptible in an audition and too typically the individuals on the opposite facet have zero regard for what it takes and the way private it’s,” he wrote.

“As a younger man I might have dreamed of an house like this one. Have a look at that candy flat display screen! A guitar! The moldings!” the director Judd Apatow wrote on Twitter.