And So It Goes…..Yep There’s A Lesbian Connection After All [At Least on Film].

I have been trying to identify what Berenice Bejo’s ethnic mix [racial makeup] is.  See that’s what us Mixed folk like to do.  It’s gives us a sense of completeness by identifying different components of our “self.” Besides many of my readers know what a ‘Super Sleuth” I can be, from uncovering Traci Dinwiddie’s girlfriend, to revealing Portia di Rossi’s affair with Ellen Degeneres while Ellen was still with Alexandra Hedison to now narrowing down Berenice Bejo’s racial background [Actually I am rapidly losing interest in this because…] It’s really irrelevant since her race is a minor and incidental part of her ethnic and national identity and I believe that I’ve uncovered a Lesbian connection my readers can create subtext with.  Bejo’s first screen appearance in the short films "Toast" (1993) and "Speaker or Lesbian" (1996).
Determining Bejo’s racial make-up up was an interesting exercise for a moment.

The Results: Here is my conclusion, which is based on a COMPLETELY UNSCIENTIFIC surface analysis of photos I get a sense that Bejo may have South American and Tunisian background [North African].
Why? Well I have met many women from Tunisia and of course they weren’t as beautiful as Bejo but there were similarities in facial features. Oh and don’t start with the: “You’re a Racist” nonsense because if you knew the real definition of the word, then you’d know that merely identifying  a race or an ethnicity doesn’t make one a racist. Besides “White” people identify their ethnic background all of the time: “I’m Italian,” “I’m Polish”… blah, blah, blah.  …While African Americans want you to deny every racial component of your background except “black.” That’s why Tiger Woods was given such a hard time when he acknowledged the Asian component of his identity. 
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So Does This Revelation Make Berenice a “Sistah?” No it doesn’t.
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Bérénice Bejo, Sofia Vergara Nominated for Golden Globe Awards!.....


Golden Globe Noms
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Argentinean actress Bérénice Bejo and Colombian scene-stealer Sofia Vergara were among the nominees for the 69th annual Golden Globe nominations, announced this morning in Beverly Hills, California.
Bejo, who picked up nominations from the Critics Choice Awards and the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards earlier this week for her charming performance in The Artist, was nominated once again for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture! Her fellow nominees include Shailene Woodley (The Descendants), Octavia Spencer (The Help), Janet McTeer (Albert Nobbs), and Jessica Chastain (The Help).
Having now earned a trifecta of nominations (Critics Choice, SAG, Golden Globe), Bejo has a great chance of being nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar when those nominations are announced on January 24th, 2012. In addition to her performance in the film, Bejo's movie, The Artist was also nominated for Best Comedy/Musical of the Year.
Puss in Boots, the animated movie starring Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas was also nominated for Best Animated Film, while Banderas’ Spanish-language film The Skin I Live In was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film.
The biggest Latino snub from this year’s crop of GG nominees is Demián Bichir. The Mexican actor, who was nominatied for a Screen Actor’s Guild award for Best Actor yesterday, was overlooked for Best Actor at the Globes in favor of Ryan Gosling (The Ides of March) and Michael Fassbender (Shame). The snub isn't entirely surprising given the Globes' tendency toward awarding nominations to big Hollywood movie stars. Still, because Bichir was nominated by his fellow actors at the SAG Awards, he still has a shot at getting an Oscar nomination this year.
In the TV categories, Sofia Vergara was the only Latina nominated for an acting award. The Modern Family scene stealer was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie. Her show Modern Family was also nominated for Best TV Comedy.
The Golden Globes will be presented Jan. 15 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, televised live by NBC and hosted by Ricky Gervais.


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