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Tom Hiddleston continues to prove to the world that there's much more to him than just Loki. The multi-talented Hiddleston took home the Best Actor award at the 60th London Evening Standard Theatre Awards this past Sunday, November 30. Hiddleston took a break from filming the lead role in the Hank Williams biopic I Saw The Light in Shreveport, Louisiana to attend the awards ceremony at London's Palladium Theatre.
Hiddleston won for his visceral performance as the titular honor-bound Roman general of Shakespeare's Coriolanus
during the play's sold-out run at the Donmar Warehouse. Other nominees in the category included Ben Miles and Hiddleston's fellow Jaguar "Good To Be Bad" ad campaign villain Mark Strong.
Gillian Anderson scored the Best Actress prize for her performance as the iconic Blanche DuBois in The Young Vic's production of A Streetcar Named Desire
. Anderson is best known in the U.S. for her long-running portrayal of Agent Scully in The X-Files
television series. She is currently a cast member of the NBC series Hannibal
. Anderson has also had a successful career throughout the past decade in the U.K., including acclaimed performances in several British television and theatre productions.
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The NOOK Award for Best Play went to The James Plays
, and other winners of the evening included Jeremy Herrin for Best Director and Beth Steel for Most Promising Playwright. Singer Kate Bush won the Editor’s Award for her triumphant return to the live stage with her Before the Dawn
concert series at The Hammersmith Apollo.
Other notable faces presenting and in attendance included Helen Mirren, Idris Elba, Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne, David and Victoria Beckham, Ian McKellen, and James McAvoy.
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