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‘Everything Everywhere’: Ke Huy Quan’s 27 awards so far makes him this season’s most honored actor

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via Gotham Awards; A24

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    Ke Huy Quan has won at least 27 awards for his performance in “Everything Everywhere All at Once” thus far, making him the most awarded actor of this season. 

    In November, Quan won the Outstanding Supporting Performance award at the Gotham Awards. With the Gothams being the first of many prominent award shows of the season, this major win set the tone for the rest of the year’s awards for Quan. 

    Quan took home the award for Best Supporting Actor at the 2022 New York Film Critics Circle Awards at the beginning of December for his momentous return to acting. 

    After winning the Actor in Film Award at the 20th Unforgettable Gala, Quan thanked the AAPI community for giving him the courage to dream of acting again:

    I want to thank all of you and our entire AAPI community. You have shown me through your own success, that there was a way back for me. And you have given me courage when I needed it, to dream again. And for that I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you so much.

    The full list of Quan’s awards this season is as follows:

    Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA: Best Supporting Actor

    Atlanta Film Critics Circle: Best Supporting Actor

    Black Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Boston Online Film Critics Association: Best Supporting Actor

    Boston Society of Film Critics Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Chicago Film Critics Association Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Florida Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Gotham Awards: Outstanding Supporting Performance

    Hollywood Critics Association Midseason Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Indiana Film Journalists Association, US: Best Supporting Performance 

    Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards: Best Supporting Performance

    Nevada Film Critics Society: Best Supporting Actor

    New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    North Texas Film Critics Association, US: Best Supporting Actor

    Online Association of Female Film Critics: Best Supporting Male

    Philadelphia Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Phoenix Critics Circle: Best Supporting Actor

    Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

    Saturn Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    St. Louis Film Critics Association, US: Best Supporting Actor

    Sunset Film Circle Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Utah Film Critics Association Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards: Best Supporting Actor

    Women Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Screen Couple

    With Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s “Everything Everywhere All at Once” advancing to the next round of voting to be part of the Oscars shortlists and Quan’s continued recognition, Quan is considered a strong contender to be a Best Supporting Actor nominee at the upcoming 95th Academy Awards.


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