Cillian Murphy wins his first Oscar for best actor, making his speech highly praised.

Fans praised Cillian Murphy for his gracious Oscars victory.

As the first actor of Irish descent to win the coveted Best Actor Oscar, Cillian Murphy made history with his acceptance speech at the ceremony, which was well praised.

At the 96th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night, the 47-year-old won the prize for his performance in Oppenheimer. This was Ireland’s first Academy Award triumph since Daniel Day Lewis and Brenda Fricker’s victories for My Left Foot in 1990.

Speaking at the event, Murphy praised his Irish heritage and dedicated his victory to “peacemakers everywhere.”

He was praised by the audience as a great gentleman for his heartfelt remarks, especially when he acknowledged his Irish ancestry at the end by stating, “Go raibh míle maith agaibh,” which translates to “a thousand thank yous.”

Following Murphy’s Oscar victory, comments flooded in, with one person congratulating him and expressing satisfaction in his accomplishment.

An additional commentator expressed similar feelings of respect and pleasure for his victory, highlighting his speech’s inclusion and modesty in particular.

A third individual congratulated Murphy on his well-deserved victory and highlighted his moving acceptance speech.

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