The first Latina and first openly queer actress of color to win an Academy Award is Ariana DeBose‚ who won the award for best supporting actress in Steven Spielberg's remake of West Side Story. Originally from Brooklyn‚ the Afro-Latina won the award for her performance as Anita in the musical. She is the first openly gay actor of color to win an Oscar‚ and is also the first openly gay woman of color to be recognized for her work. The film earned Ariana DeBose critical acclaim for its portrayal of the sexy Anita in the musical. She has been nominated for four Best Supporting Actress awards‚ and has also been nominated for a Golden Globe and a BAFTA Award for her role. The movie was the first openly queer film to win the Academy Award in the acting category‚ and has received acclaim from many critics and audiences. Afro-Latina actress Ariana DeBose made history Sunday at the 94th Academy Awards. As the first openly queer actress of color‚ she was lauded for her role as Anita in Steven Spielberg's remake of the classic musical. In her speech‚ the star also thanked her mother‚ who was sitting in the audience. Ariana DeBose is the first openly queer actress of color to win an Academy Award for acting. She won the award over Dame Judi Dench and other prominent stars‚ including Kevin Spacey and Linda Hunt. Hopefully‚ she will continue to make history at the Oscars by becoming the first openly queer actress of color. The Oscars are an important event in the film industry. The Oscars are the most important awards of the year for actors. The Academy's prestigious award ceremony is a great way to honor an actor's hard work. It's a moment to celebrate diversity and inclusion. The first openly queer woman of color has won the acting Oscar in the past. The Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress was won by Ariana DeBose‚ an openly queer woman of color. While the actress is a proud Afro-Latina‚ she is the first openly queer actress of color to win an Academy Award for best supporting actress. She also won a Golden Globe and BAFTA for her role in West Side Story‚ which was adapted from the famous musical. In the history of the Oscars‚ Ariana DeBose‚ an openly queer woman of color‚ is the first openly queer actor of color to win the award for Best Supporting Actress. She was up against the renowned actress Dame Judi Dench‚ but managed to sweep the Academy with her high-kicking performance.
She is the first openly queer actor of colour since Rita Moreno won the Oscar in 1962. The Oscars have been a prestigious event for Hollywood for the past few years. Not only was the actress of color the first openly gay actor of color‚ but she was also the first afro-latina to win in an acting category. The film's success is a reflection of the diversity and acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community. The 94th Academy Awards honoured DeBose as the first openly queer afro-latina actor of color. The award is the first openly queer actor of color. She was nominated for the best support actress category. Despite the lack of afro-latina actors in Hollywood‚ the afro-latina actress has been nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in the past two decades. DeBose's nomination was not enough to ensure that she would win the award. The Academy Awards have a very strict policy for promoting the achievements of people of color. The nominees' diversity is also reflected in the ethnic composition of the cast. For example‚ the film starred an African-American man. The afro-Latina actor‚ who is an openly queer‚ is nominated in this year's Oscars.