When it comes to Hollywood, few names are as synonymous with blockbuster hits as Steven Spielberg. And it’s not just in movies the director is also known for his work in television and video games. But it was Spielberg’s work on the telecast of the 69th Golden Globe Awards that made national headlines this past Sunday. In what some are calling one of the best acceptance speeches ever, Spielberg spoke about the power of storytelling and how it can change the world. And what better way to illustrate his point than with a story about a film he helped make more than four decades ago? Thank you, Mr. Spielberg, for your groundbreaking work on “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” and for helping to move the Golden Globe Awards ceremony into the digital age.
Ke Huy Quan wins Best Supporting Actor award at the Golden Globe Awards
Ke Huy Quan, who was up for Best Supporting Actor at the Golden Globe Awards, thanked Steven Spielberg for giving him his first role in a movie. Spielberg cast Quan as an autistic boy in the movie “The Lost World: Jurassic Park”.
Quan said of his experience working with Spielberg, “He’s just so amazing. He really knows what he wants and is very specific about it. He has a real eye for detail, and I remember him telling me that he wanted me to do a lot of crying because he wanted the audience to feel sympathy for the character.”
Ke Huy Quan has a heartwarming moment with his mom
Ke Huy Quan had a heartwarming moment with his mom after accepting his award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. The actor, who is best known for his role as Nguyen in The OA, thanked Spielberg for his first role in moving him to pursue an acting career. “Thank you Steven Spielberg,” Quan said during his acceptance speech. “Without him, I would never have been able to pursue this dream.” Quan later tweeted about the experience, writing: “So grateful my mother was here to see me accept my golden globe award for @theOA! Thank you for supporting me always and keeping your faith in me. I love you.”
Ke Huy Quan on why he accepted the role of ‘The Postman’
Ke Huy Quan was born in Vietnam in 1971. After moving to the United States in 2008, he pursued his acting career and was cast in the role of “The Postman” in 2017. Ke Huy Quan accepted the role after seeing Spielberg’s acceptance speech for Best Director at the Golden Globe Awards. Ke Huy Quan said that Spielberg’s words inspired him to pursue a career in acting and encouraged him to never give up on his dreams.
Ke Huy Quan was born in Vietnam and moved to the U.S. at the age of 9. After years of hard work and dedication, he finally achieved his dream of becoming a Hollywood actor.
In an interview with The Wrap, Ke Huy Quan said that he accepted the role of “The Postman” because Spielberg is one of his favorite directors and he wanted to honor him for his incredible work in cinema.
Ke Huy Quan also thanked his fans for their support throughout his career journey, saying that it means a lot to him. He concluded by saying that he is grateful for everything, including his first Golden Globe award nomination.
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