Storm Reid wins first Emmy for her role in HBO's 'The Last of Us' – Deadline

Storm Reid is a newly minted Emmy winner following tonight's big win for Outstanding Guest in a Drama Series for her work on HBO. The Last of Us. The 20-year-old stars as Riley Abel alongside Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsay.

“I didn't know what I was getting into when I signed up to join the relay The Last of Us. I knew it was going to be special, but I didn't know it was going to be this special,” Reed told media after Saturday night's Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

“I'm so grateful for the show that allowed me to fall back in love with storytelling,” he continued. “It's not that I've lost the love of storytelling, but I think my role in it The Last of Us It really reinforced my love and passion for telling meaningful stories and being a representative for young women, young black women, young, queer black women. I am grateful to Bella and Craig [Mazin] And the entire team for making the show. It was so special to watch and even if I wasn't a part of the show, I'd always say I'd be a big fan of the show.

The Last of Us Leaving with a total of 8 gold statues from the first night of the awards ceremony, most of the night. In addition to Guest Actress in a Drama Series for Reed, Nick Offerman also won Guest Actor in a Drama Series, and the show won Emmys for Outstanding Makeup, Visual Effects, Principal Title Design, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing and Picture Editing.

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