Aubrey Plaza to be honoured at National Hispanic Media Coalition awards

Actress Aubrey Plaza will lead the honourees at the National Hispanic Media Coalition’s 21st Annual Impact Awards.
Plaza, whose father is Puerto Rican, will be feted with the Outstanding Performance in a Motion Picture for her work in Ingrid Goes West and The Little Hours, alongside Spider-Man: Homecoming actor Tony Revolori, who will be presented with the same accolade.
Actor Nicholas Gonzalez will receive the Outstanding Performance in a Television Series accolade for his roles in How To Get Away With Murder, The Good Doctor, and Being Mary Jane, while Orange is the New Black’s Diane Guerro will pick up the Lupe Ontiveros Indomitable Spirit Award.
Meanwhile, animated Disney movie Coco has been named the winner of Outstanding Motion Picture of 2017, and Univision President and CEO Randy Falco will be recognised with the award for Outstanding Service and Commitment to the Latino Community at the Beverly Hills, California ceremony on 23 February (18).
The Impact Awards, organised by bosses of the civil rights organisation, is aimed at highlighting the work of Latin artists in the entertainment and media industry.
Previous honourees include Zoe Saldana, America Ferrera, Rosario Dawson, and Robert Rodriguez.