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The actor won Best Actor for his portrayal of Queen front-man Freddie Mercury in the biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. "And forgive me for this, but collectively we are all the champions", Malek said.

"Its really a lovely thing that an Egyptian and Arab is the Oscar's best actor", one said in a tweet.

Here's a look at what newly minted Oscar winners Rami Malek, Olivia Colman, Regina King, and Mahershala Ali, are up to next. "I'm forever in your debt".

"Tell me Lady Gaga fixing Rami Malek's bow tie and then giving him a thumbs up isn't the cutest and sweetest thing ever", one Twitter user wrote.

On "Mr Robot", Malek stars as Eliot, a young programmer who is also an unstable vigilante hacker - who gets involved in hacking the shadowy company he works for.

"You know, I was born here, but my brother and I really didn't speak English until [I was] about four or five".

Malek spoke openly Sunday about trying to figure himself out as a young man; Mercury struggled with his own identity, as Bohemian Rhapsody so wonderfully illustrated.

Bohemian Rhapsody is out on DVD and Blu-ray on March 4.

During his prior interview with Entertainment Weekly, Malek stated that he spent the preparation phase screening performances, reading biographies, and studying old notes and photos.

Malek has spoken about being typecast in "quintessential terrorist roles" on The Hollywood Foreign Press Association's podcast, The HFPA in Conversation.

Lee, reportedly compared the "Green Book" win to a referee making "the wrong call". "Thank you all for such a great experience and the achievement of a lifetime", said Walid, who studied Visual Effects at London Metropolitan University.

He finished the speech by calling Boynton "the heart of this film". "As an actor, and there are so many of us, who only dream of one thing, perhaps it's not this, it's getting a job", Malek told reporters. "You are beyond immensely talented you have captured my heart". "This has been a tough battle and the fact that I'm here is proof that anything is possible". But while the movie didn't win Best Picture, there was victory for Rami Malek on Sunday, the same way that Freddie Mercury challenged the system and became a superstar.