Matt Damon got a little irritated with one reporter’s approach in Washington, D.C. over the weekend.
The actor, who joined his educator mom Nancy Carlsson-Paige and other teachers for the Save Our Schools (SOS) March, was asked whether the lack of job security in Hollywood is what makes him work hard. The question implies the tenure is at the root of the educational system’s problems with subpar teachers. Matt replied that he wants to be an actor and that’s not incentive. When the cameraman claimed, “Aren’t 10 percent [of teachers] bad though?” The actor answered that perhaps he is a sh*tty camera man.