Ryan Reynolds Presents The Governor-General’s Performing Arts Award 2021
OTTAWA – Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds is the recipient of the National Arts Center Award 2021.
The award, part of the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards, recognizes work of exceptional character and significance in the performing arts by an individual artist and/or company during the past year. . Recipients are selected by the National Center for the Arts.
The Hollywood star and Vancouver native tweeted a video of Canadian musician Steven Page singing a song in his honor.
“Last night, Canada honored me with the Governor General’s Award and this video. I’m not crying. It’s just maple syrup,” Reynolds tweeted.
“Steven Page is a friend and a legend for wasting this great song on me,” he added, thanking Governor-General Mary May Simon and the National Center for the Arts in honor. “I’m trash.”
“Ryan Reynolds is one of Canada’s most loved and widely recognized actors. In a variety of genres from television comedies to animated films and feature films, he has established himself as an artist. Versatile and engaging with a charismatic and quirky personality,” read her award-winning statement. “Most recently, he has gained critical and critical acclaim for his portrayal of the title character in two hugely successful action films, Deadpool and Deadpool 2.”
He was congratulated on social media by many public figures, including the mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson.
Last year, Reynolds and his wife, Blake Lively, donated $1 million to Food Banks Canada and Feeding America. Some of the money went to the Ottawa Food Bank, with a letter from Reynolds stating he spent part of his childhood in Vanier.
Earlier this year, he appeared as “Bruce,” the notorious fictional intern of Ottawa Public Health, who was famously blamed for a widely seen tweet in which he appeared Now to post congratulating the Super Bowl winner. Medical unit response to the award by saying “Bruce” is the first member of the public health communications team to win a Governor General’s Award.
“I recommend making a list of the people you appreciate, then telling them immediately,” Reynolds said in a follow-up tweet, joking that he’s glad he doesn’t “have to die to experience this experience.” experience something like this.”