At the end of her acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress, Allison dedicated her win to Hal.
Janney, who won for Best Supporting Actress for her role in I, Tonya, spoke with ET's Cameron Mathison at the Governor's Ball in Los Angeles after the big show, and she admitted that she's keeping her Oscar close. It was his story that inspired Allison to take on a role in the CBS show Mom, in which she plays a recovering addict.
". Joanne (Woodward) was so instrumental in getting me to come to NY to go to the Neighborhood Playhouse-which is where she had graduated-and she got me in there, I know, and made sure I got into the Actors Studio, which I never took advantage of because, I don't know why", she said.
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"Nothing further from the truth", she continued. "My fellow nominees, you represent everything that is good and right and human about this profession and you are all extraordinary", she gushed. "I had to give her depth and realise that she had to have come from an abusive family herself", she says.
"I never assume anything and I'm nervous and excited", she told Wilkins. Though she has been in Oscar-winning movies such as "Juno" and "The Help", the attention for those films did not revolve around her. She didn't want to go until she was nominated. To my mother and father, Jay; my family; my family of friends; the staff. "I'm over 50 and I've been playing some pretty kick-ass women and I think there are going to be more women's roles in the future", Janney shared. My heart broke a little for her watching these interviews because you can see underneath the denial of the hurt that's there. With the Oscar win secured, the actress said she was getting right back to work on the program Mom on Monday morning. He had two demands for whoever was going to help get the movie made: First, no one was allowed to rewrite him.