I first met Viola Davis when she appeared briefly, but memorably, in “Antwone Fisher.” She appeared briefly, but memorably, in “Doubt.” Despite two Tony awards, Davis didn’t have the big, leading roles available to her that would put her over the top. It’s only now, because of Shonda Rhimes and “How to Get Away with Murder,” that this amazing actress and woman and role model has broken through. One day she will have an Oscar. Or two. Here is her speech from Sunday night. I am so proud of her.