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Lashana Lynch named Rising Star at 2022 Baftas

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o Time to Die star Lashana Lynch was named the EE Rising Star at this year’s Bafta Awards.

The actress, who played MI6 agent Nomi in the latest Bond film, thanked everyone involved in their career as well as her “supportive” parents and grandparents who came to London as part of the Windrush Generation.

The 34-year-old, from Hammersmith, said: “I’m grateful for a working-class foundation that has taught me everything I need to know about failure, about noes and what noes mean and how to celebrate your yeses.”

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The Bafta for best supporting actor went to deaf star Troy Kotsur who signed as he accepted his award for Coda.

The award for best supporting actress went to Ariana Debose for West Side Story who made a tearful tribute to the film’s casting director who made her audition for the role of Anita in Steven Spielberg’s remake of the classic musical.

Science-fiction epic Dune won the first two awards on the night as the Baftas returned to the Royal Albert Hall.

The film, which starred Timothee Chalamet and Zendaya, picked up the Baftas for special visual effects and cinematography.

The Black Cop, a documentary about ex-Met police officer Gamal ‘G’ Turawa, was named best British short film before the awards for editing and sound went to No Time to Die and Dune respectively while Hans Zimmer got the original score award for his work on the sci-fi film.

Host Rebel Wilson, who had promised she would not shy away from risque jokes, told the audience “I was going to do a musical number as host – it was about Prince Andrew.

“It was on roller-skates. It was called Pizza Express but don’t worry, I’m not going to do it, I’m not going to sing.

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