Ke Huy Quan Takes Home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor

Ke Huy Quan, known for his role as Waymond in the sci-fi/fantasy movie Everything Everywhere All at Once, won the Best Actor in a Supporting Role at the Oscar awards ceremony on Sunday. It was an emotional moment for Quan, who acknowledged the long journey he had taken to get to this point, from spending a year in a refugee camp to becoming a child actor in movies such as Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and The Goonies.

After a hiatus in his acting career, Quan’s role in Everything Everywhere All at Once has been a beloved comeback, earning him numerous accolades, including the Screen Actors Guild and Gotham awards. The movie follows the story of Waymond, a meek husband who helps his distant wife navigate through the com

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