VIDEO: Sheffield's Sean Bean scoops first Bafta for role in Broken
Sheffield actor Sean Bean has scooped his first Bafta for playing a troubled priest in hit BBC drama Broken.
The 59-year-old, who is from Handsworth, picked up the best actor gong at a star-studded ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall in London last night.
He said: "Thank you very much everyone, and thank you Bafta. This means a great deal to me and I am really honoured.
"He is an incredible man who shines a light on some of the darker aspects of our society."
The six-part drama, which aired on the BBC last year, focuses on Father Kerrigan, the priest of a Roman Catholic parish in a northern English city, who despite suffering from his own troubles stemming from a traumatic childhood tries to guide several of his most vulnerable parishioners through the trials and tribulations of everyday life.