The Emmy Awards ceremony was held on September 20. This year things were totally different due to the pandemic. All the nominees were in their homes and the event was broadcast online to the whole world. Actor Mark Ruffalo won the statue for his outstanding performance in the miniseries I Know This Much is True. Let's find out why.
The 6-episode miniseries I Know This Much is True premiered in November 2020 on HBO.
It's a drama about two identical twin brothers. One of them with paranoid schizophrenia.
The actor known worldwide for his role as the Hulk in the Marvel Universe, gave us a wonderful performance impersonating both.
The drama bases its plot on the struggle of Domick Birdsey, the twin who doesn't have schizophrenia, to understand and be able to cope with the most difficult aspects of his family and personal life.
The character of Mark has to deal with all the problems that come with loving, loving yourself and understanding the needs of the others. All of this was reflected in his acceptance speech for the award.
Urging everyone for unity and empathy. He emphasized the importance of unity in the most difficult moments and that this is precisely what makes us stronger and better.
Congratulations Mark, you definitely deserved it.