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Ever since he starred in FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, Billy Bob has been an enthusiastic fan of the Gridiron Heroes. Gridiron Heroes Spinal Cord Injury Foundation provides immediate, as well as, long term resources and support to individuals sustaining a catastrophic spinal cord injury through activities associated with high school football.
As part of #BigGive2017, so far, they've raised $2750 from 24 donors. C'mon, Planeteers, we can do better than that!
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Billy Bob Thornton took home his second Golden Globe Award Sunday night (January 8, 2017) for his performance as washed-up (and we do mean that literally, if you've seen the series' opening credits) attorney Billy McBride in GOLIATH. In a category that included the highly competitive and deserving work of Bob Odenkirk, Liev Schreiber, Matthew Rhys, and Rami Malek, Billy Bob's portrayal of a man squaring off against a military contractor, its high-powered law firm, as well as his own frailties received solid acclaim since GOLIATH premiered its first eight-episode season last October.
Billy Bob also received strong positive response for his acceptance speech, which playfully called out Bob Odenkirk (his fellow castmate from FARGO) over a feud between them dating back to the 1940s (before either actor was born) and acknowledged the untimely death of 23-year-old GOLIATH production assistant Luke Scott, to whom Billy Bob dedicated his win.
"Luke Scott was a kid who was only 23 years old and passed away last year. Luke made me want to come to work," Billy Bob explained to reporters after his win. "He was the guy who, when I got there, I knew that his face was such a joyous face. "He was so happy just to be there and have that job and be around the business he wanted to be around."
Next stop, the Emmys!
Enjoy his acceptance speech!
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