Congrats, Julianne Moore! The redheaded beauty pulled off yet another big win for her remarkable role in ‘Still Alice,’ taking home the BAFTA award for Best Actress.
Julianne Moore is on fire! The stunning actress, 54, took home another award to add to the huge pile from just this season! Though she had amazing competition from the other leading ladies, Julianne’s performance in Still Alice is definitely something that deserves another win.
Julianne Moore Wins BAFTA Award For Best Actress In ‘Still Alice’
Julianne took the stage at London’s Royal Opera House to claim her much deserved BAFTA victory trophy. Julianne has given many critically acclaimed performances before, but her role in Still Alice sees her like never before.
In the Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer directed film, Julianne plays an established linguistics professor who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimers. Julianne explores the three dimensional character as she struggles to hang onto her sense of self before losing her sense of self. The insightful role into the human condition definitely sees a spectacular performance from Julianne.
While we are so proud of Julianne’s win, we are definitely not overlooking the other leading ladies that were nominated for Best Actress! Also nominated were Amy Adams, Reese Witherspoon, Felicity Jones and Rosamund Pike, who each gave stunning performances in their films as well.
Julianne is also nominated for an Academy Award at the Oscars, so we look forward to seeing if she can nab another huge win!
Tons of talented actors and actresses took home awards at the BAFTAs. Stealing the award for Best Actor was Eddie Redmayne, 33, for his outstanding performance in The Theory of Everything. He depicted Stephen Hawking in the film in a very noteworthy performance and definitely deserved the win.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Who do you think deserved to win Best Actress at the BAFTAs? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Julianne Ishler