Johnny Depp receives an award at the UK’s National Film Awards.

He also reiterated his gratitude to his fans in his speech, noting that they are the reason he feels motivated to move forward.

Johnny Depp, actor Pirates of the Caribbean Who has starred in a mix of indie flops and box office hits over the years, agreed he’s had a career full of ups and downs when giving his acceptance speech at the UK’s National Film Awards.

Johnny was honoured at London’s Porchester Hall for his role in the French historical drama. Jane du Barryin which he plays King Louis XV, in his first major role since winning a defamation trial against his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard, 38, in 2022.

During the National Film Awards ceremony where he was honored, a pre-recorded video was broadcast of Johnny Depp accepting the award for global contribution to cinema, according to who.com.

“Thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak with you today. I feel so fortunate and honored that you all allow me to continue doing the work that I love so much.”

“It is always especially gratifying when recognition of your efforts comes directly from the hearts of the people, from the hearts and minds that have accompanied me on this long, mysterious, magical, sometimes tragic, but never boring journey. I can never thank you enough for continuing to allow me to tell the stories I find essential. And for staying with me and my strange cast of characters through all these years,” the event said.

Depp is known worldwide, above all, for the roles he played alongside director Tim Burton in films such as Young Scissors, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street also Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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He also reiterated his gratitude to his fans in his speech, noting that they are the reason he feels motivated to move forward. “It is only because of you that I am here today. Thank you and I send you lots of love and respect always.

At the same awards ceremony, Amy Winehouse biopic Back to Black won best drama, while Adam Deacon, 41, won best actor for Sumotherhood and Patricia Hodge, 77, won best actress for her role in Arthur’s Whiskey.

The National Film Awards, run by the National Film Academy, have been held in the UK for a decade.

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