Ke Huy Quan Wins Oscars for Best Supporting Actor
The 95th Academy Awards saw a touching moment when Ke Huy Quan, also known as Jonathan Ke Quan, won the award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in the film Everything Everywhere All at Once. In a heartfelt speech at the Oscars stage, Quan dedicated his award to his mother and thanked her for her unwavering support throughout his career.
Quan is an American actor and filmmaker known for his roles in iconic movies such as The Goonies and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. He has also worked as a stunt coordinator and fight choreographer on various films.
Everything Everywhere All at Once, directed by the Daniels and starring Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Stephanie Hsu, tells the story of a woman who discovers a portal to alternate dimensions and must navigate the multiverse to save her family.
Quan’s win for Best Actor in a Supporting Role is a testament to his talent and dedication to the craft of acting. The emotional speech he delivered on stage showed his deep appreciation for his mother and the sacrifices she made to support him throughout his career.
Overall, Quan’s win and emotional speech at the Oscars were a highlight of the evening, reminding us of the power of perseverance and the importance of family support. His performance in Everything Everywhere All at Once has been recognized as one of the standout performances of the year, and the award is well-deserved recognition of his talent and hard work.