Los Angeles, USA
The American interpreter of Dominican descent Jharrel Jerome brought the Emmy to the best actor in a film or television series for his role in "When They See Us."
Jerome, who was featured at the Los Angeles (USA) Gala with the first ever Emmy nomination for his career, won the disputed Latin Benicio del Toro ("Escape at Dannemora") and Mahershala Ali ( "True Detective"), Hugh Grant ("A Very English Scandal"), Jared Harris ("Chernobyl") and Sam Rockwell ("Fosse / Verdon") the relaxed Bronx (…), but I now face those, that inspired me, "said a very excited Jerome, who barely found words to articulate his speech as soon as he stepped on the stage.
The actor thanked his family, Netflix and filmmaker Ava Duvernay, the brain behind" When They See Us ", but is especially dedicated to the price of the" Five of Central Park ", four African Americans and one Hispanic, who were wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in 1
Jerome is one of the most famous actors in the cast of this limited edition Netflix series.
] Jerome plays Korey Wise, one of the five young people involved in this judicial scandal, which was repeated nationally in the United States.
This young actor grabbed the attention of the Hollywood industry thanks to his participation in "Moonlight" (2016), an independent drama directed by then-debutant Barry Jenkins, who won three Oscar awards: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay (Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney) and Best Supporting Actor (Mahershal) to Ali).
The 71st issue of the Emmy will be held today at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles as part of a gala that has no master of ceremonies in the wake of the Oscars.