Michael Keaton (“Dopesick”) and amanda seyfried (“The Dropout”) won the Emmy for best actor and actress protagonist, respectively, in the category of miniseries (limited series) during the 74th edition of these awards.
“When I was little, my father won a television giveaway and my jaw dropped. Since then, I fell in love with this medium and still am. Thanks to my parents for believing in me and not thinking he was crazy,” Keaton said as he collected the award.
In fact, the interpreter of this fiction produced by the Hulu (Disney) platform wanted to dedicate a few more words to the public, looked at the camera and added: “There are people who doubt but for all those who believe, even if we are a little crazy: I love you so much!”.
Colin Firth for “The Staircase” (“The Staircase”); Andrew Garfield for “Under The Banner of Heaven” (“By The Mandate of Heaven”); Himesh Patel, star of “Station Eleven” (“Station Eleven”); Sebastian Stan for “Pam & Tommy”; and the Guatemalan Óscar Isaac, leading actor in “Scenes From A Marriage” (“Secrets Of A Marriage”) disputed the prize with Keaton.
For its part, Seyfried was very excited as he walked onto the Emmys stage and used the moment to thank his co-stars, his management agency and his family.
“It’s the best time of my life. Many thanks to everyone, especially my parents who I know will be going to bed soon, my husband and my dog. Thank you,” Seyfried declared.
the protagonist of “The Dropout” (“The Dropout: Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes”) competed with Toni Collette (“The Staircase”, “La Escalera” in its Spanish version), Julia Garner for “Inventing Anna”, Lily James (“Pam & Tommy) , Sarah Paulson (“Impeachment: American Crime Story”) and Margaret Qualley (“MAID,” “The Housekeeper”).