Kevin Spacey Wins Folkestone Independent Film Award for ‘Control’ Voice Acting Role – imdb

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Kevin Spacey has won an award for his turn in micro-budget thriller “Control.”

The actor, who does not appear on screen in the movie, has been awarded a gong for best thriller performance by the Folkestone Independent Film Awards.

“Control,” which was directed by Gene Fallaize, has also won for best thriller.

Other actors set for awards at the ceremony are Jessica Hynes, who has been honored for best drama performance for her role in Peter Blach’s “Seagull” while Robert Englund is set to get a gong for best voice performance for his role in “Under the Bed.”

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The awards are set to take place in Folkestone, Kent on July 20. It’s unclear whether Spacey will attend.

The award is the latest honor for the “House of Cards” actor, whose career collapsed in 2017 after he was accused of historic sexual assault by Anthony Rapp. Earlier this month it was…

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