Sandra Oh has hosted the Golden Globes in 2019 only, but also one of the coveted prizes

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The Golden Globe Awards won each year something Special. The award ceremony unites traditionally a great all-Star line-up in a room, as both cinema and TV productions are excellent. While in the cinema-“Bohemian Rhapsody” and Glenn Close (71) for Surprises, celebrated the former”Grey’s Anatomy”Star Sandra Oh (47), which has jointly hosted with Comedian Andy Samberg (40), the award ceremony, a very special victory.


Sandra Oh has set with her Performance in the BBC series “Killing Eve” in the category “Best TV actress-Drama”. She is the first Asian-born woman, who has managed to win several Golden Globes. In 2006, she triumphed in the category “Best actress in a supporting role – series, Mini-series or TV movie” at the time, even for “Grey’s Anatomy”. It is also only the second Asian to ever be awarded that could prevail in the main performers category. Succeeded in front of her only Yoko Shimada (65) in the year 1981. Visibly Oh, stirred, thanked her parents, who were sitting in the audience.

As the “Best series actor – Drama” is the former “Game of Thrones”Star Richard Madden (32) has been convinced in the BBC Drama “Bodyguard”. As a “Best series – Drama” “The Americans”. The series is gone in 2018, after six seasons to an end. Who was happy about the awards?

Michael Douglas get his next Globe

The prize as “Best series – Comedy or Musical” and has “secured The Kominsky Method”. Hollywood Star Michael Douglas (74), who plays in the Netflix Show, one of the main roles, was happy about the award as “Best series actor-Comedy or Musical”. His female counterpart, Rachel Brosnahan (28) for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”, which has already triumphed in 2018.

“American Crime Story: The murder of Gianni Versace” has received two awards: The Show has been honored as “Best mini-series or TV movie” and Darren Criss (31, “Glee”) as is the case with the Emmys as “Best actor – Mini-series or TV movie”. His female counterpart Patricia Arquette (50) for “Escape At Dannemora.” The two supporting actor awards in the TV categories went to Patricia Clarkson (59) for “Sharp Objects” and Ben Whishaw (38) for “A Very English Scandal”.