Father And Daughter Acting Duo Ron And Jasmine Cephas Jones Both Earn Emmy Nominations

This year’s Emmy awards have surprisingly gone to a family, daughter and dad duo, Jasmine Cephas and Ron Cephas are the lucky ones to have been nominated for the awards.’ Ro9n is said to be nominated for his role as a guest actor in a drama series for his role as William Hill, he portrayed the father of Sterling K Brown.

Meanwhile for Jasmine, her nomination came for the portrayal in a short comedy film from the drama series as her role as Tyisha in Quibi Drama. She made her debut in the Holywood by joining the cast of the Broadway sensation Hamilton.

She exclaimed that she was still in a shock and thanked the television academy for her Emmy nomination.

She thanked everyone who was responsible for this honor. She said that she was proud to be a part of the important stories during the climate. She also wrote about the subject of the series that depicted the bond between the cop and the community members. She then also congratulated her pop Ron for his nomination.

The senior Cephas posted on the instagram a touching note of congratulations to his daughter on her nomination. He said that nothing could be finer. He added that this is the best thing that has happened to him during this time of virus and man made madness that we are combative. His note said ‘’Congratulations to my daughter on her first Emmy nomination.’’ He said that bhe was very proud of Jasmine on her nomination.

He was heard saying that the father and the daughter nominated in the same year as two generations of actors. It was priceless to see your daughter happy and healthy and full of good qualities following on her parent’s foot steps. And there in lay the ultimate blessing. He ended with a ‘’cool’’. We congratulate them both, Jasmine and Ron.


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