Karen Fukuhara Receives an IMDb STARmeter Award at Identity 2021 Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
IMDb (www.imdb.com), the world's most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content, presented an IMDb “Fan Favorite” STARmeter Award to The Boys star Karen Fukuhara on Saturday, May 15, as part of Identity 2021, celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. IMDb STARmeter Awards recognize the stars who are strong performers on the IMDbPro STARmeter rankings, which chart the page views of the more than 200 million monthly visitors to IMDb worldwide. Previous IMDb Fan Favorite STARmeter Award recipients include Rachel Brosnahan, Peter Dinklage, Mindy Kaling, Olivia Munn, Sam Rockwell, Alexander Skarsgård and Olivia Wilde.
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Karen Fukuhara receives an IMDb STARmeter Award in the "Fan Favorite" category. (Photo courtesy of IMDb)
Fukuhara stars as Kimiko on the hit series The Boys, which is currently filming Season Three and available to watch on Amazon Prime Video. Both Fukuhara and the series consistently trend high on the IMDbPro STARmeter chart and IMDbPro rankings of TV and streaming shows, with The Boys landing the coveted spot as the IMDb Most Popular TV show of 2020. Fukuhara made her film debut as the sword-wielding superhero, Katana, in Suicide Squad. Video of Fukuhara accepting her STARmeter Award is available at https://www.imdb.com/video/vi2898313241.
Identity 2021, held virtually this year, featured performances and segments from transformational figures across the Asian American and Pacific Islander community, while raising funds and awareness for the Pacific Bridge Arts’ scholarship programs, which help aspiring Asian American and Pacific Islander talent break into the music industry, and the Gold House and GoFundMe’s AAPI Community Fund. Sponsored by Amazon Music, IMDb and IMDbPro, the livestream is organized by Pacific Bridge Arts Foundation in partnership with Gold House, the premier nonprofit collective of Asian & Pacific Islander (API) cultural leaders. IMDb and IMDbPro have also produced original videos including A Salute to Asian Pacific American Filmmakers which will air during the livestream.