Entertainment TV Colman Domingo 'Was Mortified' When Oprah Winfrey Learned He Impersonated Her After Becoming Friends "I always feel like she looks at me like, 'I know what you did!' " Colman Domingo said of Oprah Winfrey, whom he befriended after impersonating her on The Big Gay Sketch Show By Glenn Garner Glenn Garner Instagram Twitter Glenn Garner is a Writer/Reporter who works heavily with PEOPLE's Movies and TV verticals. Since graduating from Northern Arizona University with a dual major in journalism and photography, he got his professional start at OUT Magazine, The Advocate and Teen Vogue, and he's since consistently kept his finger on the pulse of the LGBTQ community. His first book The Guncle Guide was released in 2020 and was featured on Katie Couric's list of 100 recommended books of the year. People Editorial Guidelines Published on January 27, 2022 10:22 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Colman Domingo has found a friend in Oprah Winfrey. The Euphoria actor, 52, opened up about befriending the talk show legend, 67, years after impersonating her on The Big Gay Sketch Show as he appeared on Wednesday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!. "I did a version of Oprah, and it's a really weird, dark, crazy, highly sexually charged sketch," Domingo told host Jimmy Kimmel. "But I did find out that she found out that I played her." Sidney Poitier Documentary in the Pipeline at Apple, with Oprah Winfrey as Executive Producer He noted that it was Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Lee Daniels who tipped off Winfrey to the sketch, after Domingo had become friends with her. "Lee called me up one day and was like, 'You know, I showed Oprah Big Gay Sketch Show and you playing her,' " he recounted. "And I was mortified, because the sketch ... at some point I'm wearing a ball gag in my mouth, she's having crazy sex and doing weird things. Oh Really! Productions "So, every time I see her — because I've actually been very friendly with Oprah — and every time I see her, I always feel like she looks at me like, 'I know what you did!' But she's jovial and friendly. She never brings it up, maybe she's waiting for the right moment," Domingo added. Domingo appeared alongside Kate McKinnon on The Big Gay Sketch Show, which was produced by Rosie O'Donnell and ran for three seasons on Logo from 2007 to 2010. The Zola star also raved over his friendship with the OWN media mogul, opening up about the brunch and ball he attended at her Montecito, California, home, where they honored civil rights legends like John Lewis and Sidney Poitier. He added that he "started to dream bigger" after the occasion. RELATED VIDEO: How Colman Domingo and Niecy Nash Became Chosen Family: "I Can Call Him with Tears in My Eyes" "I saw a picture of myself at that brunch and I'm just crying the whole time. I'm like, 'I don't believe this is happening. Look who's here!' " he said, imitating tears. "I feel like I was a weeping mess."