Hollywood star Allison Janney has now become a 'Golden Globe' winning artist as the actress took home the trophy for 'Best Supporting Actor (Female) in a Motion Picture for her performance in dark-comedy 'I, Tonya'.
Janney thanked co-star Margot Robbie, who she called a "quadruple threat," and the real-life Tonya Harding in her acceptance speech, who she noted was in the audience.
Gushing over Margot Robbie, Janney thanked the former for her "unbelievable, brave, fearless portrayal of Tonya."
Rockwell, who has done a lot of work in independent films, also joked that "it was nice to be in a movie that people see."
In the flick, Rockwell plays Officer Dixon, a hotheaded racist cop from a fictional Midwestern town who goes up against a mom (played by Frances McDormand) seeking justice for her murdered daughter.
The actor also thanked his co-star, Frances McDormand for making him a "better actor" and added, "Frances McDormand. I've said it before, you're a bad ass, you're a force of nature. And it was really fun to be your partner and thanks for making me a better actor."
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