Sunday, March 7, 2010

It was a Precious Night For Mo’Nique 5th African American Woman to Win an OSCAR

I was so happy that Mo’Nique WON an Academy Award an “Oscar” for her role in Precious. She was truly amazing portraying the role as Mary Lee Johnston. Dreams can come true! So, I was wondering if I can win an Oscar too.

I am Black, talented; however, realized I am not a comedian or a singer. Would this hurt my chances of being an Academy Award winner? CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS!!!

Whoopie Goldberg: Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actress in 1991 for Ghost

Jaime Fox
: Oscar winner for Best Actor in 2004 for Ray

Cuba Gooding Jr:
(Best Supporting Actor in 1996 for Jerry Maguire) - He was a popular winner at the time for a ferocious performance as egomaniacal but insecure Rod Tidwell ("Show me the money!"). Unfortunately, his CV since then is littered with material of dubious quality; he's either a poor judge of scripts, or he should get rid of his agent.

Jennifer Hudson:
Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actress in 2006 for Dreamgirls

Halle Berry:
Oscar winner for Best Actress in 2001 for Monster Ball

Morgan Freeman:
After nominations for Driving Miss Daisy and the Shawshank Redemption, won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 2004 for Million Dollar Baby

Louis Gossett, Jr:
(Best Supporting Actor in 1982 for An Officer and a Gentleman) - A charismatic and extremely talented actor with a flair for projecting authority. Louis Gossett was a popular Oscar winner, but he was unable to build on his success and carve out the kind of movie career that he deserved. Today, he is bigger on TV than in the movies.

Sidney Poitier:
Oscar winner for Best Actor in 1963 for Lilies of the Field

Denzel Washington:
Oscar winner for Best Actor in 2001 for Training Day and Best Supporting Actor in 1989 for Glory

Forest Whitaker:
Oscar winner for Best Actor in 2006 for The Last King of Scotland

Hattie McDaniel:
Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actress in 1939 for Gone with the Wind

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