American actor Mark Ruffalo won 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television' at the Golden Globes 2021 for his role in 'I Know This Much Is True.' In his acceptance speech, the actor urged people to keep fighting for 'inclusion and justice', as he said, "At 54 years, it is my humble belief that what will give all this sadness and loss -- what we've all lived through -- meaning is our common humanity."
"What connects us is greater than what keeps us apart, and the more we include each other and see each other and hear each other, the faster we will heal our broken hearts and minds," the 53-year-old said, adding, "We have a dying mother, just like the mother in our story, she's Mother Earth, and we must ... honor her, and she'll be courageous too."
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'The Hulk' actor urged the viewers to be "courageous together," as he pleaded, "Let's turn the page on the cruel past of this nation."
"The good news is inclusion and justice and care for Mother Earth is breaking out everywhere. The godly light of decency is breaking through the hideous dark storm we've been living through. We are all in this together. We are the ones we've been waiting for, so let's do this," Mark said at the show, where his children made an appearance to celebrate his win.
In the 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television', other actors who were up against Mark were Bryan Cranston, Jeff Daniels, Hugh Grant, and Ethan Hawke. This was Mark's first win and fifth nomination at the Golden Globes.