Laura Dern continues to triumph. The actress has been made with the golden statuette of the Oscars to Best Supporting Actress for her role as attorney Nora Fanshaw in the movie ‘Story of a marriage’, by Noah Baumbach. This is the fourth great award that takes the season of awards after having done with the statuettes for Best Supporting Actress in the Golden Globes, the BAFTA and the SAG Awards.
Competing against Kathy Bates, Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh and Margot RobbieLaura has risen as the winner of the night in her category, being embraced by her co-stars, and especially by Scarlett Johansson, one of her great friends in the world of cinema. In addition, the actress has made one of the most emotional speeches of the night: “It’s amazing to be in this room, with these awesome actresses, sisters, companions. Thank you to the Academy for this honor. It was enough for me to be here, surrounded by so much talent. Thanks to Netflix, my castmates, from the rest of the team. Noah has written a script about love and how to end the differences in defense of the family and I hope that for us also in defense of the planet, “he began by saying.
Then the star has been excited and has excited the entire audience in remembering his family and his heroes: “I would like to especially thank the gift that has given me the love story of my life, my stepchildren, CJ and Harris and my heart and inspiration, Ellery and Gia. Some recommend that you never meet your heroes, but I say that, if you are really blessed, you get them as your parents. I share this with my acting heroes, my legends, Diane Ladd and Bruce Dern. I love you, “some words that have made Diane Ladd cry while she clapped her daughter proudly.
For Laura, what nunca had won an Oscar despite having been nominated three timesThis is not only an award that commemorates her entire career as an actress, but also comes on her birthday. The actress turns 54 this February 10, a date that from today will be much more special and is sure to celebrate altogether tonight at the Vanity Fair afterparty.