Michael Keaton was in the bathroom when he won his SAG Award – What We Know!

Michael Keaton was in the toilet when he won a SAG Award

Michael Keaton was within the bathrooms when he was introduced as a SAG (Display screen Actors Guild) Award winner on Sunday night time (27.02.22).

Michael Keaton was in the bathroom when he received a SAG Award

The 70-year-old actor was honoured with the Excellent Efficiency by a Male Actor in a Tv Film or Restricted Sequence honour for his function in ‘Dopesick’ as physician Samuel Finnix, however he saved presenter Salma Hayek, 55, ready as he nipped to the lavatory.

The ‘Home of Gucci’ actress introduced: “And the award goes to Michael Keaton, ‘Dopesick.’

The viewers continued clapping as they waited for the actor to hurry up on stage.

Salma quipped: “Are you kidding me? I’ve stage fright. Come on Michael! Come on Michael!”

Michael then blamed the delay on the busy males’s room.

He started his speech: “Thanks very a lot.

“Sorry! Fast journey to the boys’s room. It was packed, by the way in which. That is so good, thanks very a lot. Actually, I’m really grateful.”

The ‘Highlight’ star later fought again tears as he devoted his award to his late nephew, who handed away following an overdose in 2016.

He stated: “I’ve despatched my pre-emptive thanks for everybody concerned on this, however largely… given the subject material, that is for my nephew Michael and my sister, Pam.

“I misplaced my nephew Michael to medication and it hurts.”

Earlier in his speech, Michael expressed his gratitude for the platform he has and the way reveals akin to ‘Dopesick’ can instigate change.

He advised the viewers at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar: “There’s an argument to be made {that a} night time like tonight is self-serving, narcissistic, it’s legit argument, that stated, I’ll inform you and I communicate for myself, I’m so lucky. We might spend every week right here speaking about how lucky I’m and I do know you’d love that – who doesn’t need to take heed to Mike ramble on for a number of hours?

“I’ve a job the place I will be a part of a manufacturing like ‘Dopesick’ that truly has introduced dialog, precise change. Who will get to have that job? How lucky am I that good can come of one thing I do simply because I wished to develop into an actor.

“There’s mass of inequity on the planet.

“In ‘Dopesick’, if you discuss dependancy, the way in which to heal the issue is to simply accept you might have an issue. Not our world, the complete world – economically, racially, socially, financially, there’s huge inequity on the planet.

“There’s truthful and unfair and never plenty of room in between.

“I can really feel proper now the rolling thunder of eye roll coming throughout, folks saying issues like, ‘Shut up and act’. The performing I’ll stop, the shutting up not a lot.

“I’m blessed to have the ability to do one thing that may enhance somebody’s life, I’m essentially the most lucky individual.”