Sam Rockwell Gives a Shout out to Terry Knickerbocker at the Golden Globes, when he wins Best Supporting Actor for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri…”
Sam Rockwell’s Golden Globe Acceptance Speech Introduced by Helen Mirren
Sam Rockwell: Yeah, baby. Wow. Woooooo. Man! Forgive me. I’m a little excited. So I may need this piece of paper. And I may need some Imodium. I’m very grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press. Thank you to everybody at Fox Searchlight for your hard work. Umm, Martin, Francis, we did a good thing here.
Surrounded by Good People
I’ve been in a lot of Indies, and, uh, it’s nice to be in a movie that people see. You know? So, thanks to everyone who worked on this film. From our costume designer, Melisa. To Peter and Graham, our producers. Uh, It’s an amazing cast! The very generous, Woody Harrelson. Martin McDonagh. I’m shaking. My hands are shaking. I’m forever grateful to you for this amazing part. Where are you Martin? Uh…That, every actor knows, to say great words is a blessing. And these are such beautiful words. You’re such an actor friendly director, and thanks for not being a dick. Thanks! Umm… Frances McDormand, I’ve said it before, you’re a bad ass! You’re a force of nature! And it was…uhhh…It was, really fun to be your supporting partner. And thanks for making me a better actor.
Sam Thanks Terry Knickerbocker
To everyone…To Jason Weinberg. Alice. Liz Mahoney. My acting coach for twenty years, Terry Knickerbocker. My acting teacher William Esper. Liz Himelstein, the dialect coach to the stars. My hilarious and beautiful Leslie Bibb who makes me laugh when I’m taking myself too seriously. Which I do a lot. So, this movie is about compassion. And I think we need some of that these days. Thanks a lot.