Meet The First Black Man To Win Golden Globe For Best Actor In Drama TV Series

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“This Is Us” star Sterling K. Darker brought home the trophy for the best performing artist in a show TV arrangement at the Golden Globes on Sunday, and all the while, gave a shoutout to the maker of the NBC arrangement. Dan Fogelman, for composing a comprehensive part. His win denotes the first run by an African-American performer has won in the class. Read the full story.

Sterling K. Brown

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Sterling K. Brown is an American actor. He is known for playing Christopher Darden in The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story, for which he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

Sterling K. Brown Felt The Weight Of His Historic Win

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Backstage, Brown said he felt the weight of his historic win. “I stand up here hold this trophy. I hope another black actor will be up here holding this trophy, not 75 years from now,” he said.

Brown Thanked ‘This is Us’

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In a tweet, Sterling K Brown thanked ‘This Is Us’ and creator Dan Fogelman for crafting an inclusive role specifically for a black man.

This Is Us

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In the family drama and perpetual tearjerker, Brown stars as Randall Pearson, the adopted black son of a white family. He reconnects with his biological father played by Ron Cephas Jones in the first season and explores being a foster parent in the second. Stay Tuned for more about Sterling K. Brown’s Golden Globe Award

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