Doctor Who star Noel Clarke scooped a top prize at the British Academy Film Awards, winning the rising star award.
Clarke, who played Micky Smith in Doctor Who, picked up his Bafta from Hollywood star Shia LaBeouf, who was the rising star in 2008.
After winning Clark offered advice to other people hoping for success too.
He said: "For all the young fans and people out there voting for me out there, work hard and you can do it, I have three words, yes we can!"
The Baftas are one of the biggest film awards nights around, perhaps second only to the Oscars.
Emma Watson presented the award for best special effects
And loads of the biggest films stars in the world were in London to see who won what, including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Kate Winslett, Daniel Craig and Emma Watson.
Other big winners were The Dark Knight star Heath Ledger who was named best supporting actor for his role in the superhero sequel.
More awards Gromit?
Wall-E won best animated film and there was yet another prize for the people behind Wallace and Gromit.
The latest outing for the pair, a Matter of Loaf and Death, won best short animation.