China News Agency, Los Angeles, January 24 (Reporter Zhang Shuo) The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the nomination list for the 95th Academy Awards on the 24th. Michelle Yeoh became the first Chinese-American actor to be nominated for Best Actress in Oscar history.
Michelle Yeoh, 60, was born in Malaysia and is a well-known Chinese filmmaker.
She starred in the kung fu fantasy film "Everything Everywhere All at Once" (Everything Everywhere All at Once), swept the best picture, best director, best actress, best original screenplay, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, best With 11 nominations including editing, best original soundtrack, best original song and best costume design, it led the 95th Academy Awards nominations.
On January 10 this year, Michelle Yeoh won the Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy Film at the 80th American Film and Television Golden Globe Awards for "The Universe".
Entering the Oscar this time, she will be with Cate Blanchett in the musical drama "Tár", Michelle Williams in the drama "The Fabelmans", and the biographical drama Ana de Armas, who starred in "Blonde," was up for best actress alongside Andrea Riseborough, star of the drama "To Leslie."
On March 12, local time, the 95th Academy Awards ceremony will announce the final winners at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.