Viola Davis has been awarded the supporting actress Bafta for her role in Fences.
Holding onto her Bafta backstage, Davis said collecting the prize "feels pretty good".
She said: "It's not my style to bask in it too much. I'm good with it, I will have a drink and something to eat and then I'm good."
The other nominees were:
- Hayley Squires
- Michelle Williams
- Naomie Harris
- Nicole Kidman
La La Land won five Baftas at the ceremony on Sunday night, which also saw success for Brits Dev Patel and Tom Holland.
The Hollywood musical about a struggling actress and a jazz musician is expected to pick up a host of awards at this year's Baftas.