LOOK: Darren Criss eats 'Filipino treats' with Cebuana mother after Golden Globes win

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Filipino-American actor Darren Criss had his mother over to share with her some "Filipino treats."

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 12) — To celebrate his first Golden Globe award, Filipino-American actor Darren Criss had his mother over to share with her some "Filipino treats."

"Morning after Golden Globes celebration was full of Filipino treats including this fun spritely lady with me ... "who dreamed of coming to this country and getting invited to glamorous parties like this..." Well Mom, I'm glad you made it," he said in an Instagram post Saturday.

 

Criss, 31, won Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television for his role in the "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" during the 76th Golden Globe Awards on January 7. He portrayed Filipino-American serial killer Andrew Cunanan, who was behind the death of Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace in 1997.

In his acceptance speech, he made a shoutout to his mother, who happens to be a Cebuana.