‘When They See Us’ star Jharrel Jerome looks to set a new ‘youngest ever’ record at the Golden Globes

‘When They See Us’ star Jharrel Jerome looks to set a new ‘youngest ever’ record at the Golden Globes
More history could be on the horizon for Jharrel Jermone. Last month, the “When They See Us” star became the first man in his 20s to win Best Limited Series/TV Movie Actor at the Emmys. In January, he could become the youngest winner in the Golden Globes’ corresponding category.

Jerome turned 22 on Oct. 9, so he would eclipse the current record holder, James Franco, who was 23 when he prevailed for “James Dean” in 2002. He’d also be just one of three twentysomethings to have won the award, which was first given out in 1982 and like at the Emmys, favors older actors; Jonathan Rhys Meyers, who was 28 at the time of his win for “Elvis” in 2006, is the other.

See ‘When They See Us’ star Jharrel Jerome makes Emmy history as first man in his 20s to win limited series/TV movie actor

Franco and Rhys Meyers were also Emmy-nominated for their performances,
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