Home Forums Movies Golden Globes Noms Consecutive Decades

Golden Globes Noms Consecutive Decades

CREATE A NEW TOPIC
CREATE A NEW POLL
Viewing 7 posts - 1 through 7 (of 7 total)
Created
1 month ago
Last Reply
4 weeks ago
6
replies
518
views
4
users
braydenfitzsi..
3
KCLTS6
1
Gabarnes43
1
  • Profile picture
    KCLTS6
    Joined:
    Jun 9th, 2020
    Topics:
    Posts:
    #1204023410

    Jodie Foster is in her sixth consecutive decade for receiving GG noms

    70s: Freaky Friday, 80s: The Accused, 90s: The Silence of the Lambs, Nell, Contact, 00s: The Brave One, 10s: Carnage, 20s: The Mauritanian.

     

    Including TV, Al Pacino joins her with 70s-20s noms. Donald Sutherland missing a nom in 10s.

    Anthony Hopkins joins 70s-20s as well, but only if you count his 00s Cecil B DeMille Award.

     

    Are there any other actors I have missed who have also reached this incredible achievement?

    Reply
    Profile picture
    Brayden Fitzsimmons
    Joined:
    May 3rd, 2015
    Topics:
    Posts:
    #1204023505

    Including television

    6 decades

    Candace Bergen (60s-10s) (the way she could’ve gotten a 7th this week, missed opportunity)
    Jon Voight (60s-10s)

    5 decades

    Glenn Close (80s-20s)
    Michael Caine (60s-00s)
    Michael Douglas (70s-10s)
    Dustin Hoffman (60s-00s)
    Sally Field (70s-10s)
    Jessica Lange (70s-10s)
    Jack Nicholson (60s-00s)
    Meryl Streep (70s-10s)

    4 decades

    Don Cheadle (90s-20s)
    Ted Danson (80s-10s)
    Helena Bonham Carter (90s-20s)
    Jamie Lee Curtis (80s-10s)
    Michael J. Fox (80s-10s)
    Diane Keaton (70s-00s)
    Nicole Kidman (90s-20s)
    Frances McDormand (90s-20s)
    Eddie Murphy (80s-10s)
    Neil Patrick Harris (80s-10s)
    Julia Roberts (80s-10s)
    Barbra Streisand (60s-90s) (as an actress)
    Denzel Washington (80s-10s)

    Shirley MacLaine has been nominated five decades, but missed in the 70s & 10s (50s, 60s, 80s, 90s, 10s)

    Michelle Pfeiffer has four decades (80s, 90s, 10s, 20s) but is missing the 00s.

    John Travolta started in the 1970s and has only missed in the 80s (multiple noms in 90s, Hairspray in 2007 & O.J in 2016).

    ReplyCopy URL
    Profile picture
    KCLTS6
    Joined:
    Jun 9th, 2020
    Topics:
    Posts:
    #1204024382

    Thank you for those brilliant stats Brayden.

    I was thinking trying to think of anyone who had a nom in the 60s to go for their seventh decade – thanks for pointing out Bergen. She was terrific in LTAT so hopefully she will have another shot before too long.

    From the 70s, Streep seems a sure thing to bag another in the 20s, and probably 2030s too if she keeps going? Lange, Field & Douglas should be able to get there as well.

    ReplyCopy URL
    Profile picture
    Gabarnes43
    Joined:
    Jan 6th, 2018
    Topics:
    Posts:
    #1204024403

    Maggie Smith has 60s-80s, 00s-10s, only missing the 90s

    FYC OSCARS

    PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN in all categories (inc. CAREY MULLIGAN & Emerald Fennell in Screenplay)

    THE FATHER in all categories (inc. Best Picture, ANTHONY HOPKINS, Olivia Colman & Adapted Screenplay)

    Lo Si (Diane Warren) for Original Song

    Chloe Zhao for Director

    ReplyCopy URL
    Profile picture
    Anirudh Arun
    Joined:
    Sep 28th, 2019
    Topics:
    Posts:
    #1204024428

    Cate Blanchett also has for four consecutive decades: 90’s to 20’s.

    ReplyCopy URL
    Profile picture
    Brayden Fitzsimmons
    Joined:
    May 3rd, 2015
    Topics:
    Posts:
    #1204024437

    Probably likely Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Will Smith will get their 4th consecutive decade at next year’s ceremony (for The Morning Show & King Richard, respectively).

    ReplyCopy URL
    Profile picture
    Brayden Fitzsimmons
    Joined:
    May 3rd, 2015
    Topics:
    Posts:
    #1204028026

    Jamie Lee Curtis is the most interesting multi-decade(r), she’s only gotten 7 nominations (almost exclusively 1 per decade) and the majority of them were for things where she wasn’t in Oscar/Emmy consideration for.

    • 1988 – A Fish Called Wanda (Comedy Actress – Film)
    • 1989 – Anything for Love (Comedy Actress – TV) {WON}
    • 1991 – Anything for Love (Comedy Actress – TV)
    • 1994 – True Lies (Comedy Actress – Film) {WON}
    • 1995 – The Heidi Chronicles (Limited Actess)
    • 2003 – Freaky Friday (Comedy Actress – Film)
    • 2015 – Scream Queens (Comedy Actress – TV)
    ReplyCopy URL
Viewing 7 posts - 1 through 7 (of 7 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Similar Topics
Sage - Mar 8, 2021
Movies
Chris B... - Mar 8, 2021
Movies
Chris B... - Mar 8, 2021
Movies