Jamie Lee Curtis wins in a supporting role All at once, anywhere helped initiate the initial surge of oscar A front-runner, but for many, it was one of her other major roles that came to mind.
She received a standing ovation after Ariana DeBose and Troy Kotsur announced her name.And in a provocative speech, she repeated her emotions and gestured to her EEAAO The cast and crew, her family and team, genre lovers, and her parents (actors Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh), “just won an Oscar,” said.
Curtis’ decades-long career covers a wide range of roles and genres. But for people of a certain age group, Curtis is just as memorable as his long tenure as spokesperson for Activia. whole SNL sketch about it).
Curtis has been open about the fact that working with Activia, which she calls “yoghurt that makes you shit,” has allowed her to work alongside husband Christopher Guest while raising their children.
“That’s why I sold yogurt that makes you sick for seven years.” Curtis explained to king casta Stephen King-focused podcast, being promoted in 2021 halloween kills“Part of the reason I did commercials is… I’ve been doing commercials for a very, very, very long time and it has allowed me to improve all my distance from my family. I could stay home.”
However, some believed that Activia was to blame for Curtis’ win over fellow nominee Angela Bassett. Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverHong Chau’s whaleStephanie Shu EEAAOand Kelly Condon Inishelin’s BansheeCurtis’ win shows support for films other than more guaranteed wins, like Ke Huy Quan’s performance, but she may not have been the first choice for those to win that award. (or EEAAO they’ll pick in that category) – and Activia could be something of a scapegoat to fuel their frustrations.
We reached out to Danone, Activia’s parent company, for comment.
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Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and TV/film critic for the Daily Dot. She has covered entertainment, geek culture, pop culture and has covered everything from Sundance Film Festival, NYFF, Tribeca to New York She Comic Con, Con of Thrones. She is based in Brooklyn.