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Daniel Kaluuya – The Wave Shewn at the Oscars


Daniel Kaluuya is the winner of the 93rd best supporting actor award at the 93rd Oscar Awards.

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His role as “Fred Hampton” in the film “Judas and the Black Messiah” won him the award.

The film is directed by Shaka King, and shows how Fred Hampton is betrayed by one of the US FBI investigators William O’Neal.

Kaluuya has also starred in the films “Widows” and “Black Panther” and her next work is a reality film based on the children’s program “Barney & Friends”. He is the producer of the work which he says will surprise many and change their expectations.

He was born in the UK on February 24, 1989 but his parents are Ugandan. Her mother, “Damalie”, raised her in the Camden Town, London, UK government, while her father chose to stay in Uganda.

Daniel met his father for the first time at the age of 15 and has one sister.

The actor thanked God for the success he has achieved in the field of acting while thanking the people he acted in such as Fred Hampton.

His fame came after he starred in Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” film.

He ended his acceptance speech with words that left his mother who was in the hall with a embarrassed face where he said his parents had engaged in sexual intercourse and now he is here.

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