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Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph took home the Critics Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress in a comedy series on Sunday.

The actress, who’s of Jamaican parentage, won the award for her role as Barbara Howard on the hit comedy TV Series, ‘Abbott Elementary’.

This marks another career defining win for Ralph, who won her first Emmy Award last September for her outstanding performance in the same role.

The 28th annual Critics Choice Award was held on Sunday at The Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

The series ‘Abbott Elementary’ follows a group of passionate teachers in a Philadelphia public school determined to see their students successful in life despite their daily complications that challenge the teaching and learning process.

The show has won several wards since its debut in December 2021.

These include the Prime Time Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, People’s Choice Award, and the NAACP Award for Outstanding Comedy Series.

Sheyrl Lee Ralph was conferred with the Order of Jamaica last year for her outstanding contribution to the country.