Barack Obama Takes Home An Emmy | Spurzine

Barack Obama Takes Home An Emmy

0 Shares

Former US president Barack Obama took home an Emmy Saturday during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony including the late actor Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) who had notable wins.

Barack Obama won the outstanding narrator Emmy Award for his work on the Netflix documentary, “Our Great National Parks.”

Higher Ground, Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company, created the five-part docuseries on national parks and wildlife throughout the world. Obama is the second US president to win an Emmy. Dwight Eisenhower was awarded an honorary Governors Award by the Television Academy while he was still in office in 1956.

Obama is now halfway to becoming an EGOT winner, someone who has received Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Awards. The achievement has only been accomplished by 17 people, including Rita Moreno and John Legend. The former president has previously won two Grammys for audio versions of his memoirs.

Also on Saturday, the late actor Chadwick Boseman was honoured with a posthumous Emmy. Boseman won the character voice-over performance category for his role in the Disney+ animated series “What If…?” as Marvel’s Star-Lord T’Challa.

The “Black Panther” star died in 2020 at age 43 of cancer.

Source: CNN

 

Check out: The University of Texas Turns Taylor Swift Songs Into a Course

Subscribe to our newsletter and learn about the latest hottest musiclyrics, and lugambo of the week!

Allan Bangirana

Allan Bangirana is a freelance writer for Newslibre & Spurzine. He is passionate about tech, and games and occasionally writes about entertainment, lifestyle and so much more.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.