Mark Ruffalo received an award for two roles at the Golden Globes on Sunday and won Best Actor Performance in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Movie for TV for HBOs I know so much is true
in the TrueRuffalo plays the identical twin brothers Dominick and Thomas Birdsey, the latter of whom suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and the former struggles to get his brother out of a mental hospital.
Ruffalo accepted the award with his wife at his side and children happily jumped after him. He thanked them first for taking his free time on set and for the work he brought home.
“I thank my family for letting me go and bringing home all of these crazy people that they have had to live with all these years. Thank you guys.”
Ruffalo also read a long political statement on inclusion, justice and “caring for Mother Earth” that ends with “We are the ones we have been waiting for”. Let’s do this now. I love you.”
It is the actor’s fourth Globe nomination in the past six years and his first win.
Jeff Daniels were also nominated for Showtime The Comey Rule, Hugh Grant for HBOs The undo, Bryan Cranston for Showtime High Court and Ethan Hawke for Showtime The good lord’s bird.