Oscar-Winning Actor Ke Huy Quan Expresses Gratitude To “Goonies” Co-Stars After Win
Everything everywhere all at once actor Ke Huy Quan expressed his gratitude to his Goonies co-stars after winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor on Sunday.
Speaking to the press backstage at the Oscars after his Best Supporting Actor win, he said he owed his Goonies co-actors of its success.
Quan, 50, noted that his Goonies the co-stars have been particularly supportive of her career resurgence. He starred as Data, who was an invention geek in the highly anticipated 1983 film.
When the actor was asked what his younger self would think of where he is now, he replied, “My younger self wouldn’t know all the struggles I went through to be here. He just had the time of his life to be a kid, to be on a set, to be on a pirate ship, to go on a waterslide. But just before this evening started, Corey Feldman, one of my Goonie brothers, called me.”
“I was talking to Kerri Green, and of course tonight Jeff Cohen, who is my entertainment attorney. [and played Chunk in the film], is here with me. He was in the audience. I owe them all so much. Every one of them is so happy. Sean [Astin] reached out, Josh [Brolin]Martha [Plimpton], and we are still linked. We are a forever family. Goonies never say die,” he added.