Quinta Brunson has been hauling home the hardware during this awards season but admitted she’s still looking for the proper display for her trophies. The 33-year-old Abbott Elementary creator, star, and writer told people on Saturday at the Independent Spirit Award about her plans for her multiple awards. She has taken home a number of trophies for her work, but she’s still looking for the perfect place to display them.
Quinta Bruson wanted to put them in her office at Warner Bros as she just recently signed an overall deal so she does have an office where wants to put all her trophies. Quinta also was asked how she stays grounded amid all her success and told people that family, friends, and tragedy have played a huge role in her life. As she saw a lot of death throughout her life which somewhere put a huge toll on her life.
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Quinta Bruson at the Award show won Best Lead Performance in a New Scripted series. AbbottElementary also has been recognized recently with awards at the Critic’s Choice Television Awards, the Golden Globe Awards, the NAACP Image Awards, and the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Quinta also was in attendance on Sunday at the Writers Guild of America Awards where Abbott Elementary was nominated for Comedy Series and New Series.
Abbott Elementary premiered in December 2021 on ABC and was immediately met with critical acclaim. The show was nominated for seven primetime Emmy Awards for its first season and won there including an Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series award for Quinta. Brunson has been collecting her trophies ever since dept first premiered. During her cover story, she detailed a tragic interaction with her fan.