Zac Efron and more stars react as SAG-AFTRA strike ends after 118 days

Here’s what other stars are saying about the strike:

Octavia Spencer: “Ready to work now that the strike is over! Congratulations and thanks to the @sagaftra negotiating committee! Proud to stand in solidarity with all SAG members over the past 118 days.”

Mandy Moore: “Thank you to the @sagaftra negotiators and leadership for getting us to the finish line!!! Gratitude is the attitude!! And grateful to all who walked away (sit-downers, strike leaders, our union brothers and sisters, etc..)”

Fran Drescher“We did it!!!! The billion+ dollar deal! 3x the last decade! New ground has been opened up everywhere! Members have gone cold turkey after holding on to this historic deal! Don’t worry, strike leaders, crew, Duncan.” And Ray, our attorneys, the IA team, family and friends. Our sister unions for their continued support! And amptp to hear us and meet this moment! #sagaftrastrong.”

Kate Walsh: “The longest actors’ strike in Hollywood history is finally over!! I couldn’t be more proud of the @SAGAFTRA negotiating committee, who continued to get the right deal for all of us. I’m in tearful awe of my fellow actors and our sister unions who fought with everything they had, and who… Yes, all the amazing people who create magic in front of and behind the camera.”

Jack Quaid: “YESSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!”

Daniel Dae Kim: “Woo!!!! Let’s hope the deal is fair and we can get back to work!”

Nia Vardalos: “It’s over!!! The strike has been resolved!! We look forward to the entire industry getting back to work.”

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Molly Ringwald: “We tentatively celebrate the end of the strike!”

Francis Fisher: “Day 118. #SagAftraStrike ended at 12:00 midnight tonight.”

Yvette Nicole Brown: “Thank God! He won’t do that!”

To see the celebrities on the picket line, read on.

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