Life Brad Pitt made a speech in front of the British royal family Posted on February 3, 2020 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Brad Pitt won without being present at the BAFTA ceremony. On Sunday the 56-year-old actor won the award for best supporting actor for his role in ‘Once upon a Time … In Hollywood’. “I’m going to call this award Harry” In his speech, the actor makes fun of the British. “Hi, Great Britain, I heard you were single again. Welcome to the club.” At the end of his speech, Pitt announced that he had already come up with a name for his new figurine: “I’m going to call this award Harry, because I’m really looking forward to taking him to the United States.” Due to circumstances, Brad Pitt could not be present at the ceremony. That is why the actor gave his word of thanks to his fellow player Margot Robbie, who received the award and gave the speech on his behalf.