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Congratulations to Gary Oldman!
The 59-year-old actor won his first-ever Golden Globe Award on Sunday. Oldman won the award for Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture-Drama at the 2018 Golden Globes for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in the film the Darkest Hour.
The actor was up against Phantom Thread's Daniel Day-Lewis, Roman J. Israel Esq.'s Denzel Washington, Call Me By Your Name's Timotheé Chalamet and The Post's Tom Hanks for the award.
During his speech, the actor said, "Well I feel very humbled and surprised to have been asked to this stage. I would like to congratulate my fellow nominees for your beautiful work, I am in very fine company this evening indeed."
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After thanking the cast and crew on the Darkest Hour, Oldman thanked his wife, Gisele Schmidt, "who put up with my crazy for over a year."
He continued, "She would say to friends, I go to bed with Winston Churchill but I wake up with Gary Oldman...which I suppose is better than the other way around."
Watch E!'s "Live From the Red Carpet at the Golden Globes," today at 6 p.m. in CA