‘Pisces’ star Brendan Fraser burst into tears onstage during the Critics’ Choice Awards

‘Pisces’ star Brendan Fraser burst into tears onstage during the Critics’ Choice Awards

Emotions ran high when movie star Brendan Fraser (54) was cast as winner at the Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles.


After cheating the price is lower than last week Golden International Awardit was a very underwhelmed Fraser who took the podium Sunday to accept the statuette for Best Actor – in ‘The Whale’.

– I was on a brutal path, and I probably should have put in some bread crumbs. But you found me, Fraser said tearfully, thanking director Darren Aronofsky, 53, who cast him in the critically acclaimed film.

Fraser returned in “The Whale” last year, after nearly a decade away from the movie scene.

– This movie is about love. About redemption, he said coarsely, holding the statuette in both hands.

Winner: Angela Bassett presented the trophy to Brendan Fraser.

The 54-year-old star plays Charlie, an overweight English teacher, who is trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter.

Fraser said in his acceptance speech that “The Whale” is about “finding the light where there is darkness”.

– For anyone like Charlie, who is obese, or others who, for one reason or another, find themselves in the dark – I want You are You should know that you also have the strength to stand on your feet and reach for the light. Then hiccups Fraser said in his speech, good things will happen.

Movie role: Brendan Fraser donned a “fat suit” as Charlie in “The Whale.”

Also in the back room, Fraser is said to have let tears flow when asked what the award meant to him.

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– said the actor more than I can put into words – also known from films such as “The Mummy”, “Bedazzled”, “Hairy Revenge”, “Extraordinary Measures” and “Blast From the Past”.

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Fraser won, among others, Austin Butler (31), who was nominated for “ELVIS”.

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