The Korean-Canadian Killing Eve star made history three times at the Golden Globes serving as co-host and with her victory for best dramatic actress. But it was her speech about diversity near the top of the show that really stands out, says Hannah Giorgis. "The speech was undeniably moving, even for those who’ve grown accustomed to viewing the industry’s glitzy gatherings with cynicism," says Giorgis. "And it was no surprise that Oh, with her preternatural talent and warm insight, offered the night’s first—and most profound—moment of inspiration." Giorgis adds: "Oh’s awards-night charisma never felt gimmicky. The host’s shoutout to the 'faces of change' in the audience cut through the politesse of Hollywood’s most common references to its own structural barriers. Oh herself is all too familiar with the reality of those obstacles: Though the Korean-Canadian veteran of Grey’s Anatomy has been acting for three decades, it was only last year that she landed a lead role."