Watch Laura Dern's Oscar 2020 Speech for Best Supporting Actress
Laura Dern is the Oscars 2020 winner for Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Nora Fanshaw in MARRIAGE STORY! Congratulations to Laura Dern on her first Oscar win. She also took home the Golden Globe in 2020 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, MARRIAGE STORY. Other nominees for Actress in a Supporting Role included Kathy Bates in RICHARD JEWELL, Scarlett Johansson in JOJO RABBIT, Florence Pugh in LITTLE WOMEN and Margot Robbie in BOMBSHELL. Watch Laura Dern's Oscar acceptance speech below!
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Laura Dern accepts the Oscar for Actress in a Supporting Role for the film, MARRIAGE STORY, at Oscars 2020.
See full transcript below:
Thank you to the Academy for this honor. Just to be in this room with such remarkable artists, including my fellow nominees, my sisters and colleagues… Thank you, Netflix, my friend, Ted Scott, everyone for their support and love, to Noah, his vision, his magic. Thank you, Noah for your words and for your friendship and art and life with you and Greta. Thank you to this cast, the majestic Adam, Scarlett, Alan, Ray, our amazing crew, David.
Noah wrote a movie about love and about breaching divisions in the name and in the honor of family and home and hopefully for all of us in the name of our planet. And I would like to say a special thank you to the gifts of the love stories in my life, my stepchildren, CJ and Harris, my heart and inspiration, Ellery and Jaya. Some say, you never meet your heroes, but I say if you're really blessed you get them as your parents. I share this with my acting heroes, my legends, Diane Ladd and Bruce Dern. You got game. I love you. Thank you all for this gift. It's just the best birthday present ever. I love you. I love my friends. You lift me up every day. Thank you.
In MARRIAGE STORY, a young creative couple and their son navigate the tricky waters of bicoastal separation and impending divorce. The 92nd Oscars were held on Sunday, February 9, 2020, at the Dolby® Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center® in Hollywood, and were televised live on ABC and in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide. RELATED: Oscars 2020 Highlights