Now that Cate Blanchett (“Blue Jasmine“), Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto (“Dallas Buyers Club“) won both Golden Globes and SAG Awards, they seem like shoo-ins to snag Oscars next. Below: what happened to other stars with that same double whammy.
LEAD ACTOR: 13 of 19 men won at both ceremonies. The only one to not win at the Oscars was Russell Crowe (“A Beautiful Mind”) who lost there in 2001 to Denzel Washington (“Training Day”).
LEAD ACTRESS: 11 of 19 women won at both ceremonies; the only one to not win at the Oscars was Julie Christie (“Away From Her”) who lost there in 2007 to Marion Cotillard (“La Vie en Rose”).
SUPPORTING ACTOR: Only 7 of 19 men won at both ceremonies; the only one to not win at the Oscars was Eddie Murphy (“Dreamgirls”) who lost there in 2006 to Alan Arkin (“Little Miss Sunshine”).
SUPPORTING ACTRESS (does not apply this year since winners split): 12 of 19 women won at both ceremonies. Lauren Bacall (“The Mirror Has Two Faces”) did not win at the Oscars; also Kate Winslet (“The Reader”) won in lead at the Oscars.