- Says the industry should do more to help disabled people work both in front of and behind the camera. Mitte himself was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
- 95% of actors who play disabled characters are able-bodied actors
- Mentions the Paralympic games and that there will be more disabled people than ever before on TV but this shouldn't be something that happens only every four years. (article also mentions a recent photoshoot by Vogue to promote the 2016 Paralympics Games, in which they photoshopped two able-bodied actors to appear with lost or artificial limbs)
- Mitte hopes that one day, disabled actors will be seen as equals in the media and not acting on something that just focus on their impairment