But before giving the win to Mexican drama "Roma," the Spanish actor said in Spanish, "There are no borders or walls that can restrain ingenuity and talent. In any region of any country of any continent, there are always great stories that move us. And tonight, we celebrate the excellence and importance of the cultures and languages of different countries."
But Bardem wasn't the only A-lister to take aim at Trump's wall. "Saturday Night Live" star and comedian Maya Rudolph also took a jab at POTUS' plans, playfully telling the audience at the start of the evening, "So just a quick update for everybody in case you're confused: There is no host tonight, there won't be a popular movie category and Mexico is not paying for the wall."
The 2019 Oscars aired live from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, Sunday at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.