Daniel Craig Named 'British Artist Of The Year' At BAFTA
He’s always scored big with his agency Mi6. James Bond, a.k.a. Daniel Craig, was chosen as the ‘British Artist of the Year’ at the BAFTA Britannia awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. After 23 films and 11 actors to establish its supremacy over action-packed spy thriller movies, James Bond has never failed to deliver.
Equally colossal in stature as its image and the box office collections, the 007 character all the way since 1954 still charms the audience and actors alike. The returns keep pouring in, and ever since the release of his latest enterprise ‘Skyfall’; Daniel Craig picked up his contempo laurel in his stint as James Bond crowning him the ‘British actor of the year’. In presence with his Lady Bond, wife Rachel Weisz, Daniel looked stunning in his black tuxedo, typically reminiscent of his Bond character.
Receiving his award from Harrison Ford, Daniel was congratulated by the legendary producer director Steven Spielberg and actor Daniel Day Lewis. The event was hosted by Goldeneye actor Alan Cummings, while the rest of the Bond crew, including Berenice Marlohe, Naomie Harris, director Sam Mendes, were in attendance cheering Daniel on his win.