Last night, Zack Gottsagen made history by becoming the first Oscar presenter with Down's Syndrome.
The star of The Peanut Butter Falcon, he took to the stage with his friend and co-star Shia LaBeouf to a standing ovation at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.
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The pair then introduced the nominations in the live-action short film category.
The 35-year-old actor read the 'And the Oscar goes to...' part, after which LaBeouf then misread the winner - he said 'The Neighbour's Widow', instead of 'The Neighbour's Window'.
Disability inclusion charity the Ruderman Family Foundation were among those congratulating Zack on his appearance at the biggest awards show in the movie calendar.
Congrats Zack Gottsagen on being 1st actor w/ Down Syndrome to present an award at the #Oscars! We're proud to partner w/ @TheAcademy on #disability #inclusion in entertainment. 👏👏👏@KMRGail @tylernilson @thecampaignbook @Tzajaros @clemole @tpbfalconhttps://t.co/B99XlJaYRH— Ruderman Family Foundation (@RudermanFdn) February 10, 2020
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There were plenty of others too.
Heartwarming #Oscars moment.— Gabriel Hays (@ghays1492) February 10, 2020
Stars of "The Peanut Butter Falcon," Shia LaBeouf & Zack Gottsagen, an actor with Down Syndrome, nail their lines while introducing the noms for best "live action short film."@newsbusters pic.twitter.com/BpCUv2HlwH
He also pressed the flesh with movie icon Robert De Niro on the arrivals red carpet.
Released over the summer, the movie became something of a sleeper hit.
It found Gottsagen playing a young boy with Down's who lives in a retirement home in North Carolina, but dreams of becoming a wrestler.
He forges an unlikely friendship with LaBeouf's thief and fisherman Tyler, after stowing away on his boat, and together they plot a trip to a wrestling school in Florida.
Made on a tiny $6.2 million budget – an co-starring Dakota Johnson, Bruce Dern, Jon Bernthal and Thomas Haden Church – the movie made $22 million at the box office, making it one of the highest-grossing independent movies of the year.