jakub | March 10, 2024

Da’Vine Joy Randolph Wins Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for The Holdovers


Da'Vine Joy Randolph Wins Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for The Holdovers

Randolph was a Tony nominee for her stage performance in 2012's Ghost The Musical.

Da'Vine Joy Randolph in The Holdovers
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Broadway alum and 2012 Tony Award nominee Da'Vine Joy Randolph won a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her performance in The Holdovers March 10.

Randolph previously made her Broadway debut as Oda Mae Brown in the 2012 musical version of Ghost The Musical, earning a Tony Award nomination for her work. She was nominated for the Oscar alongside fellow Broadway vet Danielle Brooks, for her performance in The Color Purple.

Other stage names nominated for 2024 Oscars include Bradley Cooper for his performance as Leonard Bernstein in Maestro, Colman Domingo for Rustin, Paul Giamatti for The Holdovers, Jeffrey Wright for American Fiction, Carey Mulligan for Maestro, Annette Benning for Nyad, Emma Stone for Poor Things, Sterling K. Brown for American Fiction, and Mark Ruffalo for Poor Things.

Cooper and Mulligan's acting nods are one of many nominations the Bernstein biopic is up for at tonight's ceremony, along with Best Picture, Screenplay, Cinematography, Makeup and Hairstyling, and Sound.

READ: Fact-Checks and Footnotes For the Leonard Bernstein Biopic, Maestro

The 96th Annual Academy Awards are being held in Los Angeles, and are being broadcast on ABC (check local listings).

For a full list of nominations, visit Oscars.org.

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