Colman Domingo earns Hollywood Critics Association TV Award

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USC School of Dramatic Arts professor Colman Domingo earned a Hollywood Critics Association TV Award for Best Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Television Movie for his role in Euphoria Two-Part Special (HBO). On Euphoria, Domingo plays recurring character Ali, a Narcotics Anonymous sponsor who counsels Rue (played by Zendaya). His win was part of the first-ever HCA TV Awards.

An actor, director, playwright and producer, Domingo has received multiple accolades for his works — including an Independent Spirit nomination for Best Supporting Male and an NAACP nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Cutler in Netflix film adaption of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. He is also a recipient of Newport Beach Film Festival’s Artist of Distinction, OBIE and Lucille Lortel awards — as well as received Tony®, Lawrence Olivier, Drama Desk, Drama League, NAACP Image and Black Reel Award nominations.