Actress Sandra Oh at Sir Robert Borden High School Yearbooks: 11.
After winning many Golden Globes, when she became the first woman to descend into Asia, Ottawa's actress Sandra Oh thanked her parents for her in Korea. Sitting among the audience, they responded with enthusiasm for applause.
The personal moment in which the audience was facing the whole world was exemplary. As a CNN title, "Sandra Oh and her parents are Golden Globe MVPs."
One of the former professors of former Anatomy of the likes of Gray, when he was a traveling actor at Nepean Sir Robert Borden High School, recalled it for 30 years.
High school team won in Canadian Gold for Improvement, thanks in large part to Oh.
"His parents attended," he recalled Valerie Twolan-Graham, one of the high school drama teachers. "I remember very much a moment where his father – I think it was not at that time that he was a talented Sandy."
Then it was Oh, which was applied to the National School of Theater, began the career that broke family and cultural hopes, he said Twolan-Graham. And this fight, to a certain extent, believes that Oh is so successful.
"I believe that the commitment is incredible in any role that it assumes in any role, it is very intellectual and, at the same time, very comedic, and that is why it has had to fight".
As a high school student and improv actor, "Sandy was a star," reminded Chris Winney, another drama teacher at Sir Robert Borden. According to Winney, Oh was used to make short characters with classmates, and began to cultivate their opinions.
"Sandra Oh was a fantastic tutor," said Kenra Mroz, a graduate of Borden. Oh, he knew through improvement, even though he was a few years old at high school. "It was very encouraging, very supportive, very, very positive to us."
And yes, Oh, more parents came to make a decision about their work. According to Winney, "Once he understood Mrs. Sandra, he became his best friend … along with his father, of course."
From Ottawa to Hollywood, Oh has managed to get close friends and family. On Sunday, the Golden Globe, formerly Best Actor Award and a dramatic award for Best Actor, a childhood friend sat with her parents.
And in 2013, when Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson was awarded the key to the city, "many of her childhood friends, teachers, and her entire family attended," Winney said.
Oh Sir Robert Borde has visited again, tweeting a high school photo and thank you Twolan-Graham and Winney. "Improves my life and promises it I will definitely appreciate it," he wrote.
Twolan-Graham had the chance to catch up during 2013. "It is very humble and very authentic."
"Specifically, Sandy saw us in high school."
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