Fresh her Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award for TV series Killing Eve, Sandra Oh is still, well, killing him – this time on Saturday Night Live.
Canadian actress received a lot of props online after sketches that included ridicule empire actor Jasseines Smollett, a period film favorite and relations with North Korea, Russia and the US
But it was her Canadian roots, who had a central place in the time of its opening monologue. Oh, who hails from Ottawa, explained the trends in her home country, often tend to be "polite" and say "I'm sorry" often.
She noted that it was a year since it received US citizenship.
"And now that I'm an Asian-Canadian-American," she said on stage, "I'm trying to learn a thing or two about Tooting your horn."
SNL Regular Leslie Jones stepped in to try to give some pointers about being more boastful, saying: "! Canadians really well in America, I mean, look at Drake »
Later in the show, Oh came on stage to present the musical guest Tame Impala Sports CBC logo T-shirt.
its SNL appearance coincides with the second season Kill Eve, Which returns April 7 in the annex to scoring several awards this year, about also participated in the creation of the Golden Globes with Andy Samberg.
Before Saturday's show, about the personal video posted on his Twitter account, thanks to the Canadian Improv Games, her drama teacher at Sir Robert Borden High School in Ottawa and on the "all", with whom she did improvisation in between 1986-90 for helping her hone their skills.
"I know that one of the reasons why I'm here, because I played with all of you guys," she said in a video message.