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“Awards Chatter” Podcast – Angela Bassett (“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”)

Angela Bassett, guest reporter for this issue of The Hollywood’s award-winning chatter Podcaster, is widely regarded as one of the greatest actresses of her generation. Years ago, she was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for her role as Tina Turner 64 in What’s Love Got To Do with It, making her the only black person in to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Actresss, this year she was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, she was in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, making her the fourth black actress to be nominated for more than one Oscar and the first for a comic Nominated for Acting in a Film.

Bassett – He also won two Golden Globes for the aforementioned two films and seven Primetime Emmys for various shows Award Nominations –

Time Film Critic Richard Corliss at wrote , “Some have it, some don’t. [She] does. She inspires and elevates her characters with fiery precision and delicacy.” Film Historian Donald Bogle in 1998, “[She] reminds me so much of Joan C. Lawford and Bette Davis , they keep your mouth shut in the movies.” Emmy Award Winner Writer and actress Lena Waithe said in 2006 “[She] is a damn legend There is no Viola Davis without [her]. There is no Halle Berry without [her]. She is in People who do things Meryl Streep are doing things, as a black actress.”

During a conversation at the Belmond El Encanto Hotel in Santa Barbara before the Santa Barbara International Film Festival presented her with the Montecito Award, 1992 reflects on her path from St. Petersburg, FL to Yale School of Drama, Broadway, and Hollywood; in John Singleton‘s Early roles in Boyz N the Hood

established her as one of the top talents in the business in 1991, Malcolm X

of Spike Lee at 1993 and Brian Gibson the aforementioned what does love have to do with it at ; and the ups and downs of the next thirty years. In fact, after years of extra good work in films like Forest WhitakerWaiting to Exhale 1998, Kevin Rodney Sullivan’s How Stella Get her best in 2006 and Doug Atchison‘ s Akeelah and the Bee in 2006, she finally got her due Some pay off — and may end up taking home an Oscar — for her apt portrayal of a queen in a blockbuster film.



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