Brad Pitt won an Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting role for ‘once upon a time… in Hollywood’ | the Oscars in 2020


Brad Pitt, won the academy award for Best Actor in a Supporting role for her role as a stunt double for a veteran in “once upon a time… in Hollywood,” directed by Quentin Tarantino.

“I’ve got 45 seconds, that’s longer than the senate, and he gave it to John Bolton on this week,” said Pitt, referring to the former advisor for national security at the White House, and his participation as a witness in the proceedings of the impeachment of the american president as Donald Trump.

In addition to the reference in the policy, he mentioned Tarantino, and Leonardo DiCaprio. The end of the speech, he was dedicating the award to the children.

This was the second statue of Pitt, which he won as a producer for “12 years of slavery”, but it’s the first in a new class of performance.

The american actor of the 56-year-old had previously been nominated for her roles in “the Man Who Changed The Game,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” and “12 Monkeys”.