(FeaturedNews.com) – Former President Barack Obama achieved a remarkable feat by winning his second Emmy Award during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards held on a recent Sunday evening. Obama’s latest Emmy was for his outstanding work as a narrator in the Netflix documentary titled “Working: What We Do All Day.” This four-part series, which premiered in May, was a captivating exploration of the American workforce and their varied daily endeavors.
In this highly competitive category, Obama triumphed over a formidable lineup of celebrated actors and personalities, including Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett, Mahershala Ali, and Pedro Pascal. “Working: What We Do All Day” is a thought-provoking series that delves into the evolving nature of work for contemporary Americans amidst a rapidly changing landscape. The documentary showcases Obama’s journey as he visits and engages with workers from various parts of the country, shedding light on their experiences and stories.
Both Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama played a significant role in the production of this docuseries. The project was a collaborative effort between Concordia Studios and Higher Ground, the production company founded by the Obamas in 2018.
This Emmy marks the second time Obama has been honored in this category. His first Emmy win was for his narration in “Our Great National Parks,” another acclaimed Netflix series that debuted in 2022. In addition to his Emmy accolades, the former president is also a recipient of two Grammy awards for the narration of his memoirs.
The Creative Arts Emmys, a prestigious two-night event, celebrates the technical and artistic achievements in the television industry. Despite his remarkable achievement, the Associated Press noted that Obama was not in attendance at the Sunday evening awards ceremony.
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