Bafta TV Awards’ big winners – BBC News

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    Michaela Coel has been named best actress at the Bafta TV Awards, after also winning Baftas for writing and directing her drama I May Destroy You.

    Coel picked up the best actress prize as well as best mini-series at the Bafta TV ceremony in London on Sunday.

    It came two weeks after she won writing and directing prizes at the Bafta Craft Awards, which reward backstage talent.

    Sunday’s other winners included Normal People’s Paul Mescal, who was named best actor, and dance group Diversity.

    The troupe won the “must-see moment” award for their controversial Britain’s Got Talent routine, which reflected the killing of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement.

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