A host of British talent and shows picked up gongs at last night’s Golden Globe Awards with Left Bank Pictures’ The Crown winning four prizes.

Peter Morgan’s drama was awarded Best TV Drama with Gillian Anderson winning a best supporting actress gong for her performance as Margaret Thatcher. Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles and Emma Corrin as Princess Diana were also awarded.

John Boyega won his first Globe for his role in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe.

Sacha Baron Cohen’s Borat Subsequent Moviefilm won Best (musical or comedy) picture with Baron Cohen’s performance in the film also awarded.

Rosamund Pike won a best actress award for her performance in I Care a Lot with Daniel Kaluuya also awarded for his part in Judas and the Black Messiah. And Anya Taylor-Joy picked up best actress in a TV motion picture for Queen’s Gambit.


Jon Creamer

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