7 Female Powerhouses of Talent who Triumphed at Golden Globes 2024

By: Supraja Mohanty, Correspondent | Wednesday, 17 January 2024

Da'Vine Joy Randolph

The Holdovers

Da'Vine Joy Randolph won Best Supporting Actress at the 2024 Golden Globes for her moving depiction of Mary Lamb, a heartbroken mother, in Alexander Payne's newest film, "The Holdovers." Da'Vine, who had previously been acclaimed for her humorous turns in "Only Murders in the Building" and HBO's "The Idol," has generated early Oscar chatter with her transforming performance in the understated 1970s historical drama.

Da'Vine displayed modesty when describing her part, emphasizing her commitment to utilizing acting as a form of activism and service. Da'Vine hopes to build a profound, visceral connection for viewers by expressing nuanced mourning and giving appreciation to women's fortitude. "The Holdovers," which also won a Golden Globe for Best Actor for Paul Giamatti in the same film, promises to be a gripping examination of discovered family and the intricacies of bereavement.