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article imageKate Winslet wins BAFTA award for 'Best Supporting Actress'

By Markos Papadatos     Feb 15, 2016 in Entertainment
British actress Kate Winslet took home the 2016 BAFTA award for "Best Supporting Actress" for her acting work in "Steve Jobs."
Last month, as Digital Journal reported, Winslet took home the Golden Globe award for the same role (Joanna Hoffman), though she lost the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) award to Alicia Vikander for her portrayal of Gerda Wegener in The Danish Girl.
"Oh my gosh. What an incredible year to be nominated," Winslet exclaimed. "What an incredible year to be in this room. Thank you BAFTA so much for voting for me, for nominating me. It has been an extraordinary year for women," she added, prior to praising her fellow nominees in that category for their superb acting performances.
This marks her third BAFTA win in her career. Winslet previously won the "Best Actress" BAFTA in 2009 for her performance in The Reader, as well as in 1996 for "Best Supporting Actress" for Sense and Sensibility.
At this year's BAFTA award ceremony, Winslet had a Titanic reunion with fellow actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who was named "Best Actor" for his performance in The Revenant. DiCaprio and Winslet are nominated for Oscars for "Best Actor" and "Best Supporting Actress" respectively.
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