2012 Tony Award Winners James Corden, Audra McDonald, Nina Arianda, and Steve Kazee
Looking dapper before his big win at the Tonys
Before the 2012 Tony Awards | James Corden & Julia Carey
Not pictured: Baby Stormageddon
James & Julia at the Tony Awards.
James Corden’s Tony acceptance speech for his award as Best Leading Actor in a Play for his performance in One Man, Two Guvnors!
via The Official Tony Awards channel on YouTube.
British comic star James Corden took home the 2012 Tony for Best Actor in a play for One Man, Two Guvnors, winning the award over heavyweight American stars stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, James Earl Jones, John Lithgow and Frank Langella. Listing the competition by name, including “my favorite actor in the world, Philip Seymour Hoffman,” Corden said, “To be an a list with you is enough. I am overwhelmed.”
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Tony Award Winner for Best Leading Actor in a Play for his performance in One Man, Two Guvnors!
James Corden, AKA our beloved Craig Owens, beat out incredible competition- James Earl Jones, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Frank Langella and John Lithgow- with his amazing performance.
Whovians everywhere salute you!
James Corden is likely to have been pinching himself as he posed for his official Tony Awards nominee portrait yesterday in New York.
The actor is currently the toast of Broadway following his nomination for Best Leading Actor in a Play for his role in One Man, Two Guvnors.
The 33-year-old has won rave reviews and a host of new fans Stateside during the play’s stint in Manhattan.
Read all about it here.
We’re so proud of you Craig!
British comic star and TV personality James Corden (Gavin & Stacey, Doctor Who) has now made a return to Broadway in the comedy One Man, Two Guvnors — and U.S. critics are very impressed.
“Splendidly silly” are the words used by the New York Times in its assessment of the play. The Associated Press describes Corden flatteringly as “the king of fools on Broadway.” The New York Daily News asks: “Can we keep James Corden in New York for good?”
Although the play has been a big hit in London, there were some concerns that this British slapstick farce, inspired by an 18th Century Italian comedy called Servant of Two Masters, wouldn’t resonate with Americans
But judging by the laughter at a recent preview performance, Americans audiences are loving every minute of it.
Shortly after the curtain came down on opening night I asked Corden for his take on his Broadway debut — and what he made of all the talk of a possible Tony nomination.
With the Star Trek movie beaming up Noel Clarke (a.k.a. Mickey Smith), we look at some of the biggest celebs who’ve traveled through the Whoniverse. While the list is far from complete — we’ve left off the obvious recent Doctor Who regulars like Alex Kingston, John Simm, Bernard Cribbins, and Gavin & Stacey‘s James Corden — it provides an overview of the star-studded talent who’ve dazzled us over the series’ nearly 50 years. Also: check out our list of the five best Doctor Who guest stars from the modern era, in our humble opinion.
See all 25 videos at Anglophenia. Anglo’s list includes Simon Pegg, Carey Mulligan, Andrew Garfield, John Cleese, Anthony Stewart Head, and others. Glaring omission?
Merlin’s Colin Morgan
Anyone else missing?
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