Golden Globes’ Most Touching Moment Wasn’t Captured On TV


It was the most touching moment of last night’s Golden Globes, and it wasn’t even caught by NBC’s cameras. It came shortly after Kevin Spacey returned to his table after accepting the award for Best Actor in a TV Series – Drama, and dedicating the award to his old friend, the late great filmmaker Stanley Kramer.

Karen Sharpe KramerKramer’s widow, Karen, was in the audience, and was deeply touched by what Spacey had said about her late husband. “I was overwhelmed,” she told Deadline. “I was so moved by what he said about Stanley.” So she sought Spacey out. Karen, a past Golden Globe recipient herself — she beat out Shirley MacLaine and Kim Novak in 1955 as Most Promising Newcomer — began working her way from the back of the room. That’s when Michael Stern, a coordinator of the event who she’d known for years, came up to her and asked: “Are you…

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