It is a film about a macho kid named Rick who finds true love and doesn’t quite know what to do with it.Apparently he is not racially categorized in the film.uk has contacted Vin's representatives for comment.In the 20th century, a person like Vin Diesel would never have become one of the highest paid and most famous Hollywood actors, not as a Black man because he was too light, not as a White man because he wasn’t White, and not as a mulatto, however tragic, since they were not played by biracial actors but by white men and women.His mother Delora is Caucasian from English, German and Scottish descent but he has never met his biological father."All I know from my mother is that I have connections to many different cultures," Vin said.The action hero was raised with his astrologer mother and African-American step-father, Irving H.
Yet from film to film, rather than truly living up to their multiracial identity, Vin Diesel’s characters have become raceless, of no specific color: living proofs of America’s post-civil rights movement, soon-to-be post affirmative-action, fantasized ideal of color-blindness.
Vincent, who worked as an acting instructor and theatre manager.
He has said in the past that he definitely identifies as "a person of colour".
Whenever Mike names the actors he admires, he pairs an Italian American and an African American, Al Pacino and Denzel Washington the first time, Marlon Brando and Morgan Freeman the second time.
At the very end of the film, Mike gives a moving monologue he wrote about having an African American father who aspired for his son not to be a Black actor but just an actor.