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British star Eddie Redmayne has won the Golden Globe for best actor in a drama - beating off fierce competition from both sides of the Atlantic.
The 33 year-old bagged the coveted award for his moving portrayal of the physicist Stephen Hawking in The Theory Of Everything.
He overcame stiff competition from fellow Brit Benedict Cumberbatch to be handed the award.
Redmayne, who tied the knot with his wife Hannah Bagshawe last month, paid tribute to Professor Hawking and his co-star Felicity Jones, who he called a "formidable actress who raised my game".
Also referring to his new wife and having to cut short their honeymoon to come to the ceremony, he said: "I promised her sunshine - it wasn't so great today - but thanks for giving us a honeymoon we'll remember"
Actor George Clooney finished an acceptance speech at the Golden Globe Awards with a dedication to to the unity marches in Paris in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shooting.
53-year-old Clooney, who was at the Hollywood awards to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement, said:
"There were millions of people who marched not just in Paris, but around the world. And they were Christians and Jews and Muslims. They were leaders of countries all over the world. And they didn’t march in protest; they marched in support of the idea that we will not walk in fear. We won’t do it. So, Je Suis Charlie. Thank you."
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Downton Abbey star Joanne Froggatt has won a Golden Globe for her role in the TV series - and revealed it was the "most shocking moment" of her life.
The Yorkshire-born actress ditched her maid's outfit for the glamour of the red carpet as she was awarded the plaudit at the Hollywood ceremony for for best supporting actress in a series, miniseries or TV movie.
Froggart, 34, who plays the loveable lady's maid Anna Bates in the ITV television show, has been given some hard-hitting storylines in the past season as her character had to cope with the aftermath of being raped and being wrongly accused of murdering her attacker.
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