Life Joaquin Phoenix acting rewarded again By weekster Posted on 1 week ago 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Joaquin Phoenix received the award for best film actor on Sunday evening during the Critics’ Choice Awards. The 45-year-old won the prize for his role in Joker. Among the women, Renée Zellweger (50) took the credit for her interpretation of Judy Garland in the biopic Judy. Laura Dern retrieved the figurine for best supporting actress for her work in Marriage Story. Brad Pitt won the award for best supporting role for the men, for his rendition of stuntman Cliff Booth in Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood. The actor was not present at the ceremony, but director Quentin Tarantino received the prize for him. The title role performer of war comedy Jojo Rabbit, 12-year-old Roman Griffin Davis, won the Critics’ Choice Award for best young actor, while the cast of The Irishman came to collect the statue for best ensemble. The Critics’ Choice Awards are presented annually by the Broadcast Film Critics Association, a group of around 300 film reviewers from North America.