Scarlett and Denzel Win Big at Tony Awards

June 14, 2010 By:
Scarlett and Denzel Win Big at Tony Awards

If acting on the big screen doesn't work out for Scarlett Johansson, she has a career on Broadway waiting for her.

Scarlett and Denzel Washington were among some of the winners at last night’s 64th annual Tony Awards in New York.

Scarlett picked up a Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her role in ‘A View From the Bridge’ on New York’s Broadway. She said: “Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted to be on Broadway. And here I am.”

Meanwhile, Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington won the Best Actor in a Play accolade for his part in ‘Fences’, while co-star Viola Davis picked up the award for Best Actress in a Play. Denzel revealed: “My mother always said man gives you the award and God gives you the reward. I guess I got both tonight.”

Tony Awards 2010 full list of winners:

Best Musical: ‘Memphis’
Best Play: ‘Red’
Best Musical Revival: ‘La Cage aux Folles’
Best Play Revival: ‘Fences’
Best Featured Actress in a Play: Scarlett Johansson, ‘A View From the Bridge’
Best Featured Actor in a Play: Eddie Redmayne, ‘Red’
Best Actress in a Play: Viola Davis, ‘Fences
Best Actor in a Play: Denzel Washington, ‘Fences’
Best Actress in a Musical: Catherine Zeta-Jones, ‘A Little Night Music’
Best Actor in a Musical: Douglas Hodge, ‘La Cage aux Folles’
Best Featured Actress in a Musical: Katie Finneran, ‘Promises, Promises’
Best Featured Actor in a Musical: Levi Kreis, ‘Million Dollar Quartet’
Best Choreography: Bill T. Jones, ‘Fela!’
Best Direction of a Play: Michael Grandage, ‘Red’
Best Direction of a Musical: Terry Johnson, ‘La Cage aux Folles’
Best Book: ‘Memphis’
Best Orchestrations: ‘Memphis’
Best Original Score: ‘Memphis’
Best Scenic Design: ‘Red’
Best Lighting Design: ‘Red’
Best Sound Design: ‘Red’
Best Scenic Design of a Musical: ‘American Idiot’
Best Lighting Design of a Musical: ‘American Idiot’
Best Sound Design of a Musical: ‘Fela!’
Best Costume Design of a Musical: ‘Fela!’
Best Costume Design of a Play: ‘The Royal Family’
Honorary Award: Angela Lansbury, American Theater Wing's Honorary Chairman