Kevin Spacey Nominated for Video Game BAFTA
The actor appeared in last year's first-person shooter 'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.'
Kevin Spacey already has a BAFTA (for his supporting role in American Beauty) alongside his Golden Globes and two Oscars. But he could soon be adding a more curious addition to his awards cabinet.
The House of Cards actor has been shortlisted in the second BAFTA Games awards, nominated for his performance in Activision’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, in which he played Jonathan Irons, a tyrannical private military contractor.
A total of 51 games have been recognized over 17 different categories, and the winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on March 12. Alien: Isolation, based on the Ridley Scott 1979 sci-fi film, picked up most nominations, shortlisted for six awards.