USA | Mar 12, 2023

“Everything Everywhere All At Once” captures four Oscar wins including best-supporting actor and actress

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Break-out film Everything Everywhere All At Once has captured four Oscar awards at the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday (March 12) a night including best-supporting actor and actress by Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis.

Curtis beat out her co-star Stephanie Hsu as well as Angela Bassett. This is the first Oscar nomination and win for Curtis

An Oscars statuette on display at a screening of the Oscars in Paris, France. (File Photo: Lewis Joly/Pool via REUTERS/File)

In his acceptance speech, an emotional Quan said: “My journey started on a boat. I spent a year in a refugee camp and somehow I ended up on Hollywood’s biggest stage,” he said.

The Best Supporting Actor win makes Quan the second Asian Actor to win the category and the third Asian male actor in history to win Oscar.


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