Golden Globes 2016 Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Oscar Isaac
Golden Globes 2016 Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie: Oscar Isaac! Oscar Isaac won Golden Globes 2016 Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie award for his astonishing acting in “Show me a Hero”.
Golden Globes 2016 Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie, In the press room, he said that this year was a real success for him and that he has been blessed by everything that happened to him professionally.
The miniseries “Show me a hero” for which he won the award is based on the book written by Lisa Belkin. It follows the story in Yonkers, New York where the white, middle-class neighborhood resists the decisions of federal authorities about scattered-site public house development.
The whole idea of public-house development was to desegregate and to start public housing in the mostly white and affluent side of Yonkers. These decisions soon escalate into something bigger – into the issues of race, class and housing in general. The federal judge Leonard Sand ordered a public housing for 200 units that were possibly scattered-site public housing.
Mayor Wasicsco opposed the decision of the judge but thorough the miniseries you will see how the situation resolved. Mayor faced many difficulties as the situation escalated into the city of Yonkers being crippled with the bankrupting fines for not obeying the court decision.
Oscar Isaac brilliantly portrayed the character of the Mayor Nick Wasicsco in this interesting, complex story.
Known as a talented actor, he starred in many movies including “Inside Llewyn Davis”, then “The most violent year” and “Ex Machina”. He also played in the blockbuster “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2015) and he will act in the new “X-Men: Apocalypse” (2016).
Óscar Isaac Hernández Estrada was born in Guatemala but raised in Miami, Florida. The interesting fact about this gorgeous actor is that he liked to cause trouble at his private school from where he was eventually expelled. He graduated from Juilliard School in New York City where he was a part of the Drama Division’s Group 34.
Watch this miniseries and learn about some important issues concerning the public housing that rose so many controversies!