With Anthony Brooks
Sandra Oh is the first woman of Asian descent to be nominated for a lead-actress Emmy Award in the 69-year history of the event. We speak with Oh about the nomination.
Sandra Oh, first woman of Asian descent to be nominated for an Emmy as a lead actress in a drama series. She plays British intelligence agent Eve Polastri in the BBC America thriller series "Killing Eve." (@IamSandraOh)
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CNN: "Sandra Oh's Emmy nomination represents a new wave in Hollywood" — "It's 2018, and Sandra Oh has just become the very first woman of Asian descent in the 69-year-history of the awards to be nominated for a lead-actress Emmy Award. Oh deserves every laudatory word being thrown her way; her performance in "Killing Eve" is smart, luminous, nuanced and bold, displaying both her deft comic timing and her ability to bring complicated characters to vivid life."
This segment aired on July 17, 2018.