Los Angeles: Indian-origin star Aziz Ansari became the first man of Asian descent to bag the trophy in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series Musical/ Comedy category for his role in "The Master of None". It is also the first ever Golden Globe win for the 34- year-old actor.
"I want to thank Italy for all the amazing food we ate on season two," he joked. The actor also thanked his parents for their support. Ansari was nominated in the same category for the Netflix show "The Master of None" in 2016. He was up against Anthony Anderson of "Black-ish", Kevin Bacon of "I Love Dick", William H Macy of "Shameless" and "Will and Grace" star Eric McCormack.