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On this day in 1940: First Oscar for a black actress

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On this day (February 29) in 1940, a black actress won the award for the first time. Hattie McDaniel won the Best Supporting Actress Award for her performance in Gone With the Wind.

On this day in 1940: First Oscar for a black actress

Born on June 10, 1893 in Kansas, USA, McDaniel's mother was a singer, while his father fought in the American Civil War. In 1908 the family moved to Colorado. After arriving in Los Angeles in 1931, his acting journey began the following year.

McDaniel first acted in the film 'The Golden West (1932)'. Similarly, he has starred in 'The Golden West (1933)', 'Judge Priest (1934)', 'The Little Colonel (1935)', 'Saratoga (1937),' 'Vivacious Lady (1938)', 'Suppurn Angel (1938)'. ', 'Gone with the Wind (1939)' and other films. McDaniel died of breast cancer on October 26, 1952.


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