Anya Taylor-Pleasure wins greatest restricted sequence actress for Queen’s Gambit – Golden Globes 2021
Your move, Emmy.
Anya Taylor-Joy won Best Actress in a Limited Series trophy for her work in Netflix’s chess drama The Queen’s Gambit at Sunday’s 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
One of the 24-year-old actress’ impressive competitions in this category was Cate Blanchett (Mrs. America).
Daisy Edgar-Jones (normal people), Shira Haas (unorthodox) and Nicole Kidman (The Undoing).
“I would like to thank Netflix for letting us do the show we wanted to do,” said Taylor-Joy in her acceptance speech. “It’s obviously wonderful that everyone saw the show. I would do this project over and over again; I learned so much, thanks to the audience for seeing it and supporting the characters. It meant the world. “
Queen’s Gambit, which also won the Golden Globe for Best Limited Series or Best Movie (the full list of winners can be found here), is Netflix’s most watched limited edition series. 62 million members signed up for the show in the first 28 days following its premiere on October 23rd.
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