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Oscar Isaac and Gael García Bernal had a lot to be celebrate on Sunday night as the two actors took home their first Golden Globe trophies.
Isaac, who starred as Poe Dameron on the box office record-breaking “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” took home the award for best performance by an actor in a limited series or motion picture made for television for his work in HBO’s “Show Me a Hero.” He played Nick Wasicsko, the late Yonkers City Council member who, at 28, ran for mayor and became the youngest person to hold that office in a major American city.
“I want to thank [Nick's widow] Nay Wasicsko, who shared so much of her life and her pain and her joy. And without her generosity, I would not be standing here. So this is for you and in the memory of Nick,” said Isaac in his speech.
It was the Guatemalan-American actor’s second nomination. He previously received a nod for best movie actor for playing title role in 2013’s “Inside Llewyn Davis.”
As for García Bernal, he took home the trophy for best performance by an actor in a TV comedy for his work as brash new maestro Rodrigo in Amazon’s original series, “Mozart in the Jungle.”
“I want to dedicate this to music, to all the people that play their music, [the] common ground for communication, for justice, for happiness,” Bernal said in his acceptance speech.
“Mozart in the Jungle” also won the award for best TV comedy.
Bernal’s fellow Mexican, Alejandro González Iñárritu continued his award season success, taking home the statuette for best director for his film “The Revenant.”
“It’s not about the budget or the genre or the ambition or the size of the film – every film is difficult to make, but I have to tell that in my experience, this [one] has been the most difficult journey I have embarked myself,” he said during his speech. “But we know that pain is temporary, but a film is forever.”
The film, which follows a frontiersman’s path of vengeance against those who left him for dead after a bear mauling, was also also won the best picture drama and actor Leonardo DiCaprio took home best actor drama.
It was Iñárritu’s second and third Golden Globe awards. He won in 2015 the best screenplay award for “Birdman.”
Latinos snubbed at Sunday night’s awards show included “Jane the Virgin” actress Gina Rodriguez, who lost to Rachel Bloom of the CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” “Narcos” actor Wagner Moura lost to “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm.
Lucia I. Suarez Sang is a Reporter for FoxNews.com.
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