Branden Fraser won his first Oscar for Best Actor. Whale.
Holding the gold medal Mummy The star, who gave an emotional speech at the prestigious ceremony, looked overwhelmed by her win.
“That’s what a lot of the world looks like,” begins Fraser, who is back on the big screen after years away with Darren Aronofsky’s film.
“Thank you, I thank the Academy for this honor and our studio A24 for making such a bold film. [director] “Darren Aronofsky for throwing me the path of creative life and taking me to the good ship “Whale”, said the actor.
“It is our beacon, Samuel D. Written by Hunter,” Frazier added to promote his other contenders, Austin Butler, Colin Farrell, Paul Mescal and Bill Nye, “[their] Hearts the size of whales are bare, so we can see into your soul like no one else can.”
Fraser said it was an “honour” to be nominated alongside them and gave a special shout-out to Hong Chau, saying “only whales can swim in the depths of Hong Chau’s talent”.
“I started this business 30 years ago, they didn’t come easily to me, but before it stopped, it was an object that I didn’t appreciate at the time. I just want to say thank you. it’s recognition,” Fraser said.
“Because it couldn’t have been done without me as an actor. It was as if I was on a diving expedition to the bottom of the ocean and some people in my apparatus were watching me as I blew the air on the line to the surface. life.
Before closing, Frazier added, “Like my sons Holden and Leland and Griffin, I love you Griffey, my manager Joanna Kelowna (spelling?), Jennifer Factory. My best mate is Jeannie. Thanks again everyone. I am very grateful to you. Good night”.