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Julia Garner made history at the age of 28 by winning the Emmy three times for her character in “Ozark”

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Julia Garner made history at age 28 by winning the Emmy three times for her character in “Ozark” (Photos: Twitter/@netflixlat)

The annual awards for excellence in the American television industry returned for its 2022 edition, leaving great musical numbers, controversial jokes in category presentations, as well as important triumphs that have immediately gone down in the history of the small screen with each one. of the collaborators that make it possible for TV to be the most important means of communication in the world.

As proof of this, the actress Julia Garner has proven to be one of the greatest promises in the world of entertainment, because after winning the Emmys 2022 in the category Best Supporting Actress – Drama Series has become one of the few stars who manage to do it three times -added to his past victories in 2019 and 2020- with the same project, Ozarksand with only 28 years of age, showing that youth is not an impediment to having great experience.

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She was facing Patricia Arquette for Separation -the series with the most nominations in the 74th annual edition-, Hoyeon for the squid gameChristina Ricci for yellowjacketsRhea Seehorn by Better Call SaulJ. Smith-Cameron and Sarah Snook also for the platform hbo max and Sydney Sweeney -the favorite of the public and social networks- for euphoria.

The actress won in 2019, 2020 and now in 2022 REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci
The actress won in 2019, 2020 and now in 2022 REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci

his character as ruth langmorea 19-year-old girl with a long criminal record and guts for business, who becomes an important part of the money laundering operation of Marty at a local gentlemen’s club called Lickety Splitzhas given him great victories in the most important television awards in the world.

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The actress originally from New York, United States, in addition to being a “scene stealer” for her acting strength, won her third Emmy in less than four years for her contribution to the production of Netflixbeing recognized in a great way by the streaming monster via social networks.

It has changed my life”, commented Garner who, at only 28 years old, has already made history. She in reference to her role as Ruth when she went up on stage at the 74th Emmys and picked up her statuette. From her thanks, her attention was focused on the words she dedicated to the aforementioned Bateman and Linney. He thanked the former, who was involved in the creative side of the series, for taking risks and betting on it, and he did the same with Linney for acting as a “lighthouse”.

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The actress broke down in tears (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)
The actress broke down in tears (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

Garner’s loss to Seyfried

Julia also aspired to an Emmy this time for her leading role in the miniseries of Netflix Who is Anna?but did not obtain the double victory because it fell on amanda seyfried (The Dropout). Although some of his fans have already stated on social networks that there is no reason to be sad when he already did a good job in the important ceremony, others consider that with the fact of having “loaded” with the fourth season of Ozarkshis other award was more than enough.

Julia Garner studied theater just to overcome her shyness

The actress earned two Emmy nominations in 2022 REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
The actress earned two Emmy nominations in 2022 REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Garner did not begin her acting studies out of a vocation, but rather to overcome her shyness and gain fluency, difficulties caused by her reading problems. “I’ve gotten a lot of good things out of acting. And I don’t mean to appear in this or that series or movie. I’m talking about something much more personal and intimate. I found the help I needed to stop being so shy and improve my reading and writing skills. There are not many people who can say that interpretation has saved them”, the young woman was honest for the British magazine The Gentlewoman.

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