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Da’Vine Joy Randolph Wins The Oscar For Best Supporting Actress For ‘The Holdovers’

Written by on March 11, 2024

Da’Vine JoyRandolph took home the Oscar on Sunday for her role as a boarding school head cook who is grieving her son. “The Holdovers,” set in the 1970s, features an eclectic cast of clashing personalities who have, for one reason or another, stayed over Christmas break at the mostly empty boarding school, where they learn about kinship and community. Randolph plays Mary Lamb, the school cafeteria manager, who recently lost her son during the Vietnam War, alongside Paul Giamatti as Paul Hunham, a disagreeable and unpopular teacher, and Dominic Sessa, who plays angsty but talented student Angus Tully.


Source: NBC News

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