A lot is said about respect and racism when it comes to Black Consciousness. But we are already tired of saying that it is necessary to treat others with kindness and empathy, as it should not be so difficult to do, as treating another person as a person is the right thing to do. But this special is to praise the black actors and actresses who have already won a statue in one of the biggest awards in Hollywood. It is important to talk about the representation and talent of these professionals who shine not only on screen, but in life.
Check out the list below.
While this year's Golden Globe Awards ceremony was bland, the actor's victory Chadwick Boseman stood out as one of the most emotional moments of the party. The actor, who died on August 28, 2020, of colorectal cancer at the age of 43, won the posthumous award for best drama actor for his performance in the film The Supreme Voice of the Blues.
In 2005, Jamie Foxx was awarded the Golden Globe for best actor in a comedy or musical for his role in the biopic “Ray,” in which he plays Ray Charles, who died the year before. The award was presented by Diane Keaton.
She was nominated for an Oscar for best actress for her dramatic portrayal in Steven Spielberg's 1986 film The Color Purple (1985) and won for her comedic portrayal in 1991 for Ghost (1990) as a supporting/supporting actress.
Freeman starred in supporting roles in many films, until he landed the role as the Hoke driver in Driving Miss Daisy, for which he received a Golden Globe for Best Actor – Comedy or Musical and an Academy Award nomination for Best Leading Actor in same year he also acted as Sgt. Major Rawlins in Tempo de Glória.
She is the recipient of two NAACP Image Award for Best Actress in a Film and a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy or Music for the film What's Love Got to Do with It, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. She has a degree in music and composition. He played a character in Meet the Robinsons, a Walt Disney Pictures film. He has starred in the North American series American Horror Story and currently stars in the series 9-1-1.
During the 1980s, he worked in a few films and played the role of Dr. Philip Chandler in the medical series “St. Elsewhere” (1982-1987). Two years later, in the feature film “Tempo de Glória” (1989), Washington played Private Trip and his performance that earned him the Golden Globe and the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor that year.
Regina King won the 2019 Golden Globe for best supporting actress in a film for her work in “Se a Rua Beale Falasse” and has promised that all her productions from now on will have teams composed of 50% women.
This is our list of great actors and actresses who won and won the Golden Globes. November 20th is not about reflection, it's about equality, respect. It's a day to remember that every 23 minutes a young black man dies in Brazil. It's not just any date, think about it.