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Da’Vine Joy Randolph is named to TIME Magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia’s own Da’Vine Joy Randolph has made TIME Magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world.

The Temple University alumni actress won the Oscar and the golden globe for Best Supporting Actress in the film ‘The Holdovers’. She has won more than twenty awards for her role as Mary Lamb, a career manager who mourns the death of her son in Vietnam. CBS mornings described.

She also won Best Supporting Actress for the film at the Academy Awards 2024. Randolph has won other awards for the Netflix film “Dolemite Is My Name” starring Eddie Murphy.

From Mount Airy, Randolph attended Yale for her master’s degree after graduating from Temple. She is known for her roles in ‘Empire’, ‘High Fidelity’, ‘Only Murders in the Building’, ‘The Idol’ and more.

TIME describes Randolph as someone who stands firm in who she is and embraces her strength and softness in her acting.

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Emmy Award-winning actress Uzo Aduba was the guest contributor and gave her a “well done” job.

“She approaches her characters with the kind of sincerity, honesty and nuance that makes me proud to be an actor,” she said.

TIME’s list consists of six categories: artists, icons, titans, leaders, innovators and pioneers.

Others on the list with Randolph include another Philly native Colman Domingo with guest contributor Lenny Kravitz, Michael J. Fox with guest contributor Ryan Reynolds, and many more.

People who have been honored as the 100 Most Influential People of 2023 include Beyoncé with guest contributor Honey Dijon, Drew Barrymore with guest contributor Jimmy Fallon, President Joe Biden and more.

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