“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

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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

Sterling K. Brown’s Acceptance Speech

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In his acceptance speech, Brown thanked his wife Ryan Michelle Bathe before he ran out of time. He also promised his kids to take them to school in the morning and underscored the importance of intentional representation in Hollywood.

First Brother To Do Anything

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In an interview with Sterling K. Brown which took place backstage after the award ceremony Sterling K. Brown said “I was thinking I’ve never been the first brother to do anything,” he mentions “I was the fourth black student council at my high school, I was the second black JV captain of my basketball team. To finally be the first of something is interesting because I never consider myself a trailblazer.” Turn to next page for more updates regarding Sterling K. Brown’s Golden Globes Awards.

Benefited From Colorblind Casting

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Sterling K. Brown’s Golden Globes Award winner said “Throughout the majority of my career, I’ve benefited from colourblind cas1ting, which means, Hey, let’s throw a brother in there. That’s always really cool. But Dan Fogelman, you wrote a role for a black man that can only be played by a black man.”

The Actor Beat Out

 

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The actor beat out Jason Bateman of Ozark, Freddie Highmore of The Good Doctor, Bob Odenkirk of Better Call Saul, and Liev Schreiber of Ray Donovan for the win.Congratulations!