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Matt Bomer Wins The Golden Globe Award For Best Supporting Actor On TV For His Anything But Normal Performance In The Normal Heart!

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HBO just nabbed another win!

That's because Matt Bomer just won a Golden Globe for his work in The Normal Heart.

The award for Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries, Series, or Television Film was a pretty right race, but Matt ended up beating out the other nominees for his emotional portrayal of HIV+ Felix Turner.

The 37-year-old father of three won over Colin Hanks for Fargo, Bill Murray for Olive Kitteridge, Alan Cumming for The Good Wife, and Jon Voight for Ray Donovan.

We're glad that a made-for-TV movie about such an important subject like HIV is getting the recognition it deserves!

Congrats, Matt!

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One comment to “Matt Bomer Wins The Golden Globe Award For Best Supporting Actor On TV For His Anything But Normal Performance In The Normal Heart!”

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    Dummy Katie Holmes pronounced his name wrong. BOOOOO!