Sterling K. Brown Is The First Black Actor To Receive TV Drama Award At The Golden Globes 2018

Date January 10, 2018

The 75th Golden Globe Awards has become one of the most remarkable events of this year. It took place on January 7, 2018, in Beverly Hills, and gathered highly talented and gifted people from film and television industry.

Sterling K. Brown, who is best known for his role of Christopher Darden in The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story, has indeed made a history on Golden Globes this year. He managed to become the first black representative to win the Best Actor in Drama. He received this award for playing Randall in “This Is Us". It is really a great professional and life accomplishment for Sterling K. Brown and film industry in general.

During his acceptance speech, the actor noted that he appreciates being seen for who he is. And, of course, he said he feels a tremendous sense of pride by receiving such an award.

In fact, it is not the first time Sterling K. Brown makes a history in the television industry. A year ago, in 2017, he became the first black Lead Actor in Drama in almost 20 years by receiving such an award at the Emmys.




In his speech, Sterling K. Brown also mentioned his wife and children. He thanked Ryan Michelle Bathe for everything she has done for him and told kids that he promises to take them to school every day.

It is truly a historic moment. It means that people no longer judge someone by the appearance or other differences. The only things that matter now are talent and professional acting.

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