The chances of Sandra Oh appearing in an episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” are little to none as the actress now directs her focus on her upcoming Netflix project.
Don’t hold your breath: While speaking to The Los Angeles Times’ “Asian Enough” podcast, the 49-year-old actor admitted, that part of her life is over now.
A new comedy movie on Netflix is set to feature Golden Globe-winning stars Sandra Oh and Awkwafina.
Dream casting: The “Killing Eve” star and “The Farewell” actress have recently been cast to play sisters in the still-untitled project, reports Variety.
Sandra Oh attracted much attention online for wearing a jacket with Black Lives Matter written on it in Korean during the virtual 2020 Emmy Awards.
The purple jacket was a collaboration between the Korean American “Killing Eve” actress and the Los Angeles brand KORELIMITED, according to BuzzFeed.
“Killing Eve” star Sandra Oh has been tapped to lend her voice alongside Michelle Yeoh in the adaptation of the best-selling children’s book “The Tiger’s Apprentice.”
The project, which is under Paramount Animation, will become the directorial debut of Carlos Baena, a Pixar animator who previously worked on “Wall-E” and “Toy Story 3,” according to The Hollywood Reporter (THR).
Sandra Oh and Ramy Yousef received nominations for the 72nd Emmy Awards, marking another win for the recognition of Asian American talent on TV.
Oh, 49, secured her third consecutive nomination for her role as Eve Polastri in “Killing Eve.” She remains the most nominated Asian actress for the Emmys and, in 2019, secured the spot as the first Asian American woman to win two Golden Globes.
Sandra Oh has officially become the most nominated Asian performer in the 70-year history of the Primetime Emmy Awards.
On Tuesday, Oh received her second consecutive Lead Actress in a Drama Series nomination for her role as Eve Polastri on BBC America’s “Killing Eve,” as well as Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for hosting “Saturday Night Live” in March.
If you still haven’t heard of the BBC America hit “Killing Eve,” honestly, where the hell have you been? Sandra Oh made history as the first Asian actress to win two Golden Globes by winning Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series — Drama for her role as Eve Polastri in this BBC America series and, dare I say, it’s her best work yet.
For those living under a rock, “Killing Eve” is a television series that follows a London-based MI6 operative, Eve Polastri played by Sandra Oh, who has been hired to track down the charismatic, psychopathic assassin, Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer.
Darren Criss and Sandra Oh replicated their previous award recognitions at the Screen Actors Guild Award on Sunday.
Criss, who turns 32 years old next week, won the award for “Outstanding Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie” for his performance for his role as Andrew Cunanan in FX’s “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.”
Sandra Oh made history as the first Asian actress to win more than one Golden Globe award on Sunday night.
Oh, who also co-hosted the awards ceremony with Andy Samberg, received Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama for her role as Eve Polastri in BBC America’s “Killing Eve.”
Sandra Oh used her platform at an award show to show gratitude to her parents, and netizens are loving it.
Sunday night was big for the 47-year-old Korean-Canadian actress, who received her second Golden Globe award for her performance as Eve Polastri in “Killing Eve.”
Among the few highlights of the 76th annual Golden Globes Awards on Sunday was Sandra Oh calling out films “Aloha!” and “Ghost in the Shell” for whitewashing, and actress Emma Stone obliging with a surprising response.
Oh, who was delivering this year’s monologue alongside co-host Andy Samberg, praised “Crazy Rich Asians” for being “the first studio film with an Asian American lead since Ghost in the Shell and Aloha.”