Ruth E. Carter

Carter in March 2018 Ruth E. Carter (born April 10, 1960) is an American costume designer for film and television. She is best known for her collaborations with Spike Lee, John Singleton, and Ryan Coogler. During her film career, Carter has been nominated four times for the Academy Award for Best Costume Design, for her work on Lee's biographical film ''Malcolm X'' (1992), Steven Spielberg's historical drama film ''Amistad'' (1997), and winning twice for Coogler's Marvel superhero films ''Black Panther'' (2018) and ''Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'' (2022). She was the first African-American to win and be nominated for Best Costume Design and the first Black woman to win multiple Academy Awards in any category. Her other film credits include ''Do the Right Thing'' (1989), ''What's Love Got to Do with It'' (1993), ''Love & Basketball'' (2000), ''Serenity'' (2005), ''The Butler'' (2013), ''Selma'' (2014), ''Marshall'' (2017), ''Dolemite Is My Name'' (2019), and ''Coming 2 America'' (2021). Provided by Wikipedia
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