Awards 2023: Did Brendan Fraser Win An Oscar At The Academy Awards

Brendan Fraser won the best actor Oscar for The Whale at the Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

Fraser stars as a morbidly obese teacher in the film, which was directed by Darren Aronofsky and adapted by Samuel D Hunter from his own play. Fraser defeated a field of contenders including Elvis’s Austin Butler and The Banshees of Inisherin’s Colin Farrell.

Fraser has already received nominations for best actor at the Baftas and the Golden Globes for the part in addition to winning best actor at the Screen Actors Guild and Critics’ Choice awards (for film drama). Fraser made the decision not to attend the latter after accusing Philip Berk, the previous president of the Golden Globes, of s*xually, assaulting him in 2003 in 2018.

Did Brendan Fraser Win An Oscar
Did Brendan Fraser Win An Oscar

The accusation was labeled “pure fiction” by Berk. Although it was determined by an internal investigation that Berk had “inappropriately touched” Fraser, Berk’s behavior “was intended to be perceived as a joke and not as a s*xual advance,” according to the report.

Fraser entered the room, visibly moved, and exclaimed, “So this is what the multiverse looks like!”

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Darren Aronofsky, the film’s director, and Samuel Hunter, its writer, received praise from him. He said of them: “You left your whale-sized hearts naked so we could see into your souls.”

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He spoke briefly about his early career in the sector before he concluded. He said, “I started in this company 30 years ago. Things were difficult for me, but there was a convenience that I took for granted until it ceased.”

He concluded by expressing gratitude to his wife Jeanne Moore and his three sons.

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