Actresses who got SAG nominations but did not get Oscar nominations for Best Act

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  • FreemanGriffin
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    1994 Meg Ryan, When A Man Loves A Woman; Meryl Streep, The River Wild
    1995 *Joan Allen (Nixon) (* Supporting Actress Oscar nomination)
    1996 Gena Rowlands (Unhook the Stars)
    1997 Pam Grier (Jackie Brown); Robin Wright Penn (She’s So Lovely)
    1998 Jane Horrocks (Little Voice)
    2001 *Jennifer Connelly (A Beautiful Mind) (* Supporting Actress Oscar winner)
    2003 Patricia Clarkson (The Station Agent); Evan Rachel Wood (Thirteen)
    2005 Ziyi Zhang (Memoirs Of A Geisha)
    2007 Anjelina Jolie (A Mighty Heart)
    2008 Kate Winslet (Revolutionary Road) (won Supporting Actress for The Reader; won Oscar for Bet Actress for The Reader)
    2010 Hillary Swank (Conviction)
    2011 Tilda Swinton (We Need To Talk About Kevin)
    2012 Marion Cotillard (Rust and Bone); Helen Mirren (Hitchcock)
    2013 Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks)
    2014 Jennifer Aniston (Cake)
    2015 Helen Mirren (Woman In Gold); Sarah Silverman

    I am hoping the streak of SAG nominees always winning ends this year as I am rooting for Isabelle Huppert. But I would be happy if Emma Stone were to win – just not anywhere(; near AS happy!

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    Eddy Q
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    The most heartbreaking Oscar snubs from that list for me are Jane Horrocks, Tilda Swinton and Marion Cotillard. Haven’t seen Jackie Brown but I always hear how Pam Grier’s snub is one of the worst in the category’s history.

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    The most heartbreaking Oscar snubs from that list for me are Jane Horrocks, Tilda Swinton and Marion Cotillard. Haven’t seen Jackie Brown but I always hear how Pam Grier’s snub is one of the worst in the category’s history.

    Make an effort to see Jackie Brown this year. It turns twenty this year.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    Jackie Brown is one of my favorite films ever. I wouldn’t consider Grier one of the worst snubs ever in general, or in that SAG list. That honor would easily go to Swinton. I wrote then erased Sally Hawkins only to remember SAG snubbed her too.

    It would’ve been cool though, as it was a very good very cool performance. Haven’t seen Wings of the Dove or Mrs Brown (probably never will, honestly) but I can’t imagine Pam Grier being better than Dench or Bonham Carter at all (even if my opinion of the latter has decreased so much thanks to her many repetitive bad wig-ugly makeup performances, which is all she does now). And Grier was certainly not better than Winslet, Christie or Hunt.

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    ENGLAND
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    Grier was much better than the nominated actress. She was the best actress of 1997.

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    Jackie Brown is one of my favorite films ever. I wouldn’t consider Grier one of the worst snubs ever in general, or in that SAG list. That honor would easily go to Swinton. I wrote then erased Sally Hawkins only to remember SAG snubbed her too.

    It would’ve been cool though, as it was a very good very cool performance. Haven’t seen Wings of the Dove or Mrs Brown (probably never will, honestly) but I can’t imagine Pam Grier being better than Dench or Bonham Carter at all (even if my opinion of the latter has decreased so much thanks to her many repetitive bad wig-ugly makeup performances, which is all she does now). And Grier was certainly not better than Winslet, Christie or Hunt.

    Christie nomination is bizarre consider the awfulness of her movie and the unevenness of her performance.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    here are the actresses who got Oscar nominations without a SAG nomination:

    1994 Miranda Richardson, Tom & Viv; Winona Ryder, Little Women
    1995 Sharon Stone, Casino
    1996 Emily Watson, Breaking the Waves
    1997 Julie Christie, Afterglow
    1998 Fernanda Montenegro, Central Station
    2001 Nicole Kidman, Moulin Rouge
    2003 Keshia Castle-Hughes, Whale Rider; Samantha Morton, In America
    2005 Keira Knightley, Pride and Prejudice
    2007 Laura Linney, The Savages
    2008 *Kate Winslet, The Reader (won for Supporting Actress at SAG)
    2010 Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine
    2011 Rooney Mara, The Girl With The Golden Tattoo
    2012 Emanuelle Riva, Amour; Quvenzane Wallis, Beasts Of The Southern Wild
    2013 Amy Adams, American Hustle
    2014 Marion Cotillard, Two Days, One Night
    2015 Jennifer Lawrence, Joy; Charlotte Rampling, 45 Years

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    FreemanGriffin
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    While I didn’t much like Jackie Brown, I loved the performances by Pam Grier and Robert Forster (who was nominated for his performance, and imo ought to have won). Grier should have been nominated. Bonham Carter was my choice though. (I can hardly remember Helen Hunt’s Oscar winning performance; it has evaporated over time – but I remember vividly the other four nominees performances).

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    aahoto
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    These lists give me even greater hope for Huppert. Thanks for posting, FreemanGriffin!

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    Madson Melo
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    Zhang got a SAG nom, but was snub at the Oscars, it really sucks!

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    Atypical
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    Grier not making the cut her year is one of those all-time Oscar snubs. Her only peers in the category that year were Dench and HBC. I won’t mention the winner’s name.

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    Grier not making the cut her year is one of those all-time Oscar snubs. Her only peers in the category that year were Dench and HBC. I won’t mention the winner’s name.

    The winner benefited from the Nicholson effect. His three wins always translated to wins in Best Actress for his co-stars. The only time I can think of that not happening is when Bates was nominated and no one felt duty bound to give her a prize. Despite a televised win for him.

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    Milk Money
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    Pam Grier’s snub was an absolute travesty. Christie had no business being nominated either.

    I hope Grier gets a honorary Oscar soon a la Jackie Chan.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    In looking over the list of SAG nominees I was struck by the fact that I have seen all but TWO of the nominated performances! Sarah Silverman (I have forgotten thename of her movie) and Emily Blunt – which I hope to rectify as soon as it shows up for rent “on demand” on cable (so far it’s only available to buy).

    My wish list for performances that were nominated at SAG but not at Oscars would be: Pam Grier in Jackie Brown; Jane Horrocks in Little Voice; Tilda Swinton in We Need To Talk About Kevin; Marion Cotillard in Rust and Bone; and Helen Mirren in Woman In Gold.

    My wish list for performances that were nominated for Oscars but not at SAG would be: Keshia Castle-Hughes in Whale Rider; Samantha Morton in In America; Rooney Mara in The girl With The Golden Tattoo; Emmanuelle Riva in Amour; and Charlotte Rampling in 45 Years (my memory is that Riva was deemed ineligible but I don’t remember why)

    I believe Emily Blunt will NOT be nominated for an Oscar from this year’s nominees and Isabelle Huppert will be nominated.

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    Eddy Q
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    My wish list for performances that were nominated for Oscars but not at SAG would be: Keshia Castle-Hughes in Whale Rider […]

    Keisha Castle-Hughes was nominated at SAG in supporting. I believe she was campaigned supporting for the whole season, but her Oscar-nomination was a Prelude to Kate Winslet.

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