AMMAN – Britain’s King Charles III congratulated Malaysian-Chinese star Michelle Yeoh on her historic win of the Best Actress Oscar for her role in the comedy film “Everything Everywhere All at Once”.
The British royal account, which represents the king, wrote in a tweet on Twitter: “Congratulations to Michelle Yeoh and her family who were watching the ceremony at home in Malaysia on the historic Oscar win.
Everything Everywhere All at Once actress Michelle Yeoh achieved a huge achievement at the Academy Awards, not only for herself but for all Asian artists, as she became the first Asian woman to win the Academy Award for Best Actress.
Best Leading Actress Oscar winner Yoh’s performance in Everything Everywhere All at One marked the first time the Malaysian-born actress took first place at Hollywood’s prestigious award, as she plays a loser laundry owner who struggles for life to find herself the savior of the multiverse. (And learns to reconcile with her long-suffering husband and estranged daughter in the process.)
With her win, Yeoh became the first woman of full Asian descent to win Best Actress in Academy history, after competing with Cate Blanchett in Tár, Ana de Armas in Blonde, Andrea Reese in To Leslie, and Michelle Williams in The Fablemans.
Yoh dedicated the award to her mother, and all mothers in the world, calling them the real superheroes.
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