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Sandra Oh wins at Critics' Choice Awards for Killing Eve, while Roma is top film

Roma is the top winner at the Critics' Choice Awards, winning best picture, foreign language film and a pair of individual honours for director Alfonso Cuaron.

4 other actresses share 2 awards

Sandra Oh accepts the award for best actress in a drama series for Killing Eve at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday. (Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Canadian Sandra Oh was among the talent picking up prizes at the 24th annual Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday, winning for best actress in a drama series for the spy series Killing Eve.

The role earned her a Golden Globe earlier this month. While on stage at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., 47-year-old Oh paid tribute to her co-star in the BBC America TV show, 25-year-old Liverpool-born Jodie Comer, calling her "my other half, the person who's pushed me to the limit."

Roma was the top winner, capturing awards for best picture, foreign language film and a pair of individual honours for director Alfonso Cuaron.

The ceremony also split the top actress award between Glenn Close for The Wife and Lady Gaga for A Star Is Born. The split win comes a week after Close won the Golden Globe Award for best actress in a film drama, an award that many expected Lady Gaga would win.
 
The Americans and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel tied for top television winners with three apiece. Maisel won the top comedy honour for the second year in a row, and series star Rachel Brosnahan also was a repeat winner for best actress in a comedy series.

Glenn Close, left, and Lady Gaga, were winners in a tie for the best actress award. (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

Black Panther and Vice each won three awards, including a pair of acting honours for Christian Bale for his portrayal of former Vice President Dick Cheney.

The best actress prize wasn't the only award that resulted in a tie: Amy Adams and Patricia Arquette split the best actress in a limited series or movie made for television honour.

Elsie Fisher won the best new actress honor for her breakthrough role in Eighth Grade.

The show was broadcast live on the CW network and hosted by Taye Diggs.

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      Winners of the 2019 Critics' Choice Awards:

      Film: Roma

      Actor: Christian Bale, Vice

      Actress: TIE, Glenn Close, The Wife and Lady Gaga, A Star Is Born

      Supporting actor: Mahershala Ali, Green Book

      Supporting actress: Regina King, If Beale Street Could Talk

      Young actor:/actress: Elsie Fisher, Eighth Grade

      Acting ensemble: The Favourite

      Director: Alfonso Cuaron, Roma

      Original screenplay: Paul Schrader, First Reformed

      Adapted screenplay: Barry Jenkins, If Beale Street Could Talk

      Cinematography: Alfonso Cuaron, Roma

      Production design: Black Panther

      Editing: First Man

      Costume design: Black Panther

      Hair and makeup: Vice

      Visual effects: Black Panther

      Animated feature: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

      Action movie: Mission Impossible: Fallout

      Comedy: Crazy Rich Asians

      Actor, comedy: Christian Bale, Vice

      Actress, comedy: Olivia Colman, The Favourite

      Sci-fi or horror: A Quiet Place

      Foreign language: Roma

      Song: ShallowA Star Is Born

      Score: "First Man," Justin Hurwitz

      Drama series: The Americans

      Actor, drama series: Matthew Rhys, The Americans

      Actress, drama series: Sandra Oh, Killing Eve

      Supporting actor, drama series: Noah Emmerich, The Americans

      Supporting actress, drama series: Thandie Newton, Westworld

      Comedy series: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

      Actor, comedy series: Bill Hader, Barry

      Actress, comedy series: Rachel Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

      Supporting actor, comedy series: Henry Winkler, Barry

      Supporting actress, comedy series: Alex Borstein, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

      Limited series: The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

      TV movie: Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert

      Actor in a TV movie or limited series: Darren Criss, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

      Actress in a TV movie or limited series: TIE: Amy Adams, Sharp Objects and Patricia Arquette, Escape at Dannemora

      Supporting actor in a TV movie or limited series: Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal

      Supporting actress in a TV movie or limited series: Patricia Clarkson, Sharp Objects

      Animated series: BoJack Horseman

      With files from CBC News