August 28, 2015

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James Corden: 2012 Tony Winner for Best Actor in a Play

James Corden won his first Tony Award June 10 for his hilarious performance as Francis Henshall in Richard Bean's farce One Man, Two Guvnors. Talking to the press after his win, Corden relays his shock at winning over "four of the finest actors alive," and how he's been inspired by seeing other character actors play leading roles. For more on James Corden, click here.








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