Harry Potter Star To Launch Vegan Podcast

Vegan actress Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films, announced that she is planning the release of a vegan-themed podcast. 

“I’m still looking for a co-host so we’ll see how that works out,” she wrote, “but I’m starting to blog about veganism because I feel like there are so many people who are interested.” 

Lynch revealed that her podcast would focus on making veganism more popular: “It’s not quite mainstream yet, but it’s getting there.” 

Lynch gave a public speech last year in Dublin at an award ceremony, where she told to a group of colleagues that “Killing and eating animals is a betrayal of our own core humanity.”

Thanks to VegNews for breaking this story

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