Kevin Spacey Nominated for Video Game BAFTA

Kevin Spacey
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Kevin Spacey addressed his supporters from the stage when they came out to honor him at the Museum of the Moving Image on Wednesday.

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.