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    Here is the list of every person who has gotten at least two Golden Globe acting nominations in the same year in its history:

    1950
    Judy Holliday
    Best Actress Drama – Born Yesterday – Lost to: Gloria Swanson – Sunset Boulevard
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Born Yesterday – Winner
    Supporting Actress – Adam’s Rib – Lost to: Josephine Hull – Harvey

    1958
    Ingrid Bergman
    Best Actress Drama – The Inn of the Sixth Happiness – Lost to: Susan Hayward – I Want to Live!
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Indiscreet – Lost to: Rosalind Russell – Auntie Mame

    1962
    Paul Newman
    Best Actor Drama – Sweet Bird of Youth – Lost to: Gregory Peck – To Kill a Mockingbird
    Supporting Actor – Hemingway’s Adventures of a Young Man – Lost to: Omar Sharif – Lawrence of Arabia

    1963
    Jack Lemmon
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Irma La Douce – Lost to: Alberto Sordi – To Bed or Not to Bed
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Under the Yum Sordid Tree – Lost to: Alberto Sordi – To Bed or Not to Bed

    1965
    Oskar Werner
    Best Actor Drama – Ship of Fools – Lost to: Omar Sharif – Doctor Zhivago
    Supporting Actor – The Spy Who Came in from the Cold – Winner

    1966
    Michael Caine
    Best Actor Drama – Alfie – Lost to: Paul Scofield – A Man for All Seasons
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Gambit – Lost to: Alan Arkin – The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming

    1967
    Audrey Hepburn
    Best Actress Drama – Wait Until Dark – Lost to: Edith Evans – The Whisperers
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Two for the Road – Lost to: Anne Bancroft – The Graduate

    1969
    Dustin Hoffman
    Best Actor Drama – Midnight Cowboy – Lost to: John Wayne – True Grit
    Best Actor Comedy Musical – John and Mary – Lost to: Peter O’Toole – Goodbye, Mr. Chips

    1972
    Carol Burnett
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Pete ‘n’ Tillie – Lost to: Liza Minelli – Cabaret
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical Series – The Carol Burnett Show – Lost to: Jean Stapleton – All in the Family

    1975
    Nancy Walker
    Best Supporting Actress – McMillan & Wife – Lost to: Hermione Baddeley – Maude
    Best Supporting Actress – Rhoda – Lost to: Hermione Baddeley – Maude

    1976
    Barbara Harris
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Family Plot – Lost to: Barbra Streisand – A Star is Born
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Freaky Friday – Lost to: Barbra Streisand – A Star is Born

    Bernadette Peters
    Supporting Actress – Silent Movie – Lost to: Katharine Ross – Voyage of the Damned
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical Series – All’s Fair – Lost to: Carol Burnett – The Carol Burnett Show

    1977
    Henry Winkler
    Best Actor Drama – Heroes – Lost to: Richard Burton – Equus
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical Series – Happy Days – Winner

    Diane Keaton
    Best Actress Drama – Looking for Mr. Goodbar – Lost to: Jane Fonda – Julia
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Annie Hall – Winner

    1978
    Carol Burnett
    Supporting Actress – A Wedding – Lost to: Dyan Cannon – Heaven Can Wait
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical Series – The Carol Burnett Show – Lost to: Linda Lavin – Alice

    1979
    Jill Clayburgh
    Best Actress Drama – La Luna – Lost to: Sally Field – Norma Rae
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Starting Over – Lost to: Bette Midler – The Rose

    Marsha Mason
    Best Actress Drama – Promises in the Dark – Lost to: Sally Field – Norma Rae
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Chapter Two – Lost to: Bette Midler – The Rose

    1980
    Judd Hirsch
    Supporting Actor – Ordinary People – Lost to: Timothy Hutton – Ordinary People
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical Series – Taxi – Lost to: Alan Alda – M*A*S*H

    1981
    Timothy Hutton
    Best Actor Drama – Taps – Lost to: Henry Fonda – On Golden Pond
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – A Long Way Home – Mickey Rooney – Bill

    Alan Alda
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – The Four Seasons – Lost to: Dudley Moore – Arthur
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical Series – M*A*S*H – Winner

    1982
    Jessica Lange
    Best Actress Drama – Frances – Lost to Meryl Streep- Sophie’s Choice
    Supporting Actress – Tootsie – Winner

    Carol Burnett
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Annie – Lost to Julie Andrews – Victor/Victoria
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – Life of the Party: The Story of Beatrice – Lost to Ingrid Bergman: A Woman Called Golda

    1984
    Ted Danson
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical Series – Cheers – Lost to Bill Cosby: The Cosby Show
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Something About Amelia – Winner

    Shelley Long
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Irreconcilable Differences – Lost to Kathleen Turner: Romancing the Stone
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical Series- Cheers- Winner

    1985
    Michael J. Fox
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Back to the Future – Lost to Jack Nicholson: Prizzi’s Honor
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical Series- Family Ties – Lost to Bill Cosby: The Cosby Show

    1986
    Dennis Hopper
    Best Supporting Actor – Blue Velvet – Lost to Tom Berenger: Platoon
    Best Supporting Actor – Hoosiers – Lost to Tom Berenger: Platoon

    Julie Andrews
    Best Actress Drama – Duet for One – Lost to Marlee Matlin: Children of a Lesser God
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – That’s Life – Lost to Sissy Spacek: Crimes of the Heart

    1988
    Edward James Olmos
    Best Actor Drama – Stand and Deliver – Lost to Dustin Hoffman: Rain Man
    Best Supporting Actor – Miami Vice – Lost to Barry Bostwick: War and Remembrance and John Gielgud: War and Remembrance

    Sigourney Weaver
    Best Actress Drama – Gorillas in the Midst – Winner (Three Way Tie along with Jodie Foster: The Accused, and Shirley MacLaine: Madame Soustzka)
    Best Supporting Actress – Working Girl- Winner

    Jane Seymour
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – War and Remembrance: Lost to Ann Jillian: The Ann Jillian Story
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – The Woman He Loved: Lost to Ann Jillian: The Ann Jillian Story

    1990
    Al Pacino
    Best Actor Drama – The Godfather Part III: Lost to Jeremy Irons: Reversal of Fortune
    Best Supporting Actor – Dick Tracy: Lost to Bruce Davison: Longtime Companion

    1991
    Jessica Tandy
    Best Supporting Actress – Fried Green Tomatoes: Lost to Mercedes Ruehl
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – The Story Lady: Lost to Judy Davis: One against the Wind

    1992
    Al Pacino
    Best Actor Drama – Scent of a Woman -Winner
    Best Supporting Actor – Glengarry Glen Ross: Lost to Gene Hackman: Unforgiven

    Jack Nicholson
    Best Actor Drama – Hoffa: Lost to Al Pacino: Scent of a Woman
    Best Supporting Actor – A Few Good Men: Lost to Gene Hackman: Unforgiven

    Joan Plowright
    Best Supporting Actress – Enchanted April – Winner
    Best Supporting Actress TV – Stalin – Winner

    1993
    Tom Hanks
    Best Actor Drama – Philadelphia – Winner
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Sleepless in Seattle: Lost to Robin Williams: Mrs. Doubtfire

    Emma Thompson
    Best Actress Drama – The Remains of the Day: Lost to Holly Hunter: The Piano
    Best Supporting Actress – In the Name of the Father: Lost to Winona Ryder: The Age of Innocence

    Holly Hunter
    Best Actress Drama – The Piano – Winner
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom: Lost to Bette Miler: Gypsy

    1994
    Samuel L. Jackson
    Best Supporting Actor – Pulp Fiction: Lost to Martin Landau: Ed Wood
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Against the Wall: Lost to Raul Julia: The Burning Season

    1996
    James Woods
    Best Supporting Actor – Ghosts of Mississippi: Lost to Edward Norton: Primal Fear
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – The Summer of Ben Tyler: Lost to Alan Rickman: Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny

    1997
    Helen Hunt
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – As Good as It Gets – Winner
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical Series – Mad About You: Lost to Calista Flockhart: Ally McBeal

    1999
    Jack Lemmon
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Inherit the Wind – Winner
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Tuesdays with Morrie: Lost to Jack Lemmon: Inherit the Wind

    Julianne Moore
    Best Actress Drama – The End of the Affair: Lost to Hilary Swank: Boys Don’t Cry
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – A Ideal Husband: Lost to Janet McTeer: Tumbleweeds

    2000
    Judi Dench
    Best Supporting Actress – Chocolat: Lost to Kate Hudson: Almost Famous
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – The Last of the Blonde Bombshells- Winner

    2001
    Billy Bob Thornton
    Best Actor Drama – The Man Who Wasn’t There: Lost to Russell Crowe: A Beautiful Mind
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Bandits: Lost to Gene Hackman: The Royal Tenenbaums

    Ben Kingsley
    Best Supporting Actor – Sexy Beast: Lost to Jim Broadbent: Iris
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Anne Frank: The Whole Story: Lost to James Franco: James Dean

    Nicole Kidman
    Best Actress Drama- The Others : Lost to Sissy Spacek: In the Bedroom
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Moulin Rouge! – Winner

    2002
    Meryl Streep
    Best Actress Drama – The Hours: Lost to Nicole Kidman: The Hours
    Best Supporting Actress – Adaptation – Winner

    2003
    Scarlett Johansson
    Best Actress Drama – Girl with a Pearl Earring: Lost to Charlize Theron: Monster
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Lost in Translation: Lost to Diane Keaton: Something’s Gotta Give

    Helen Mirren
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Calendar Girls: Lost to Diane Keaton: Something’s Gotta Give
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone: Lost to Meryl Streep: Angels in America

    2004
    Jamie Foxx
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Ray – Winner
    Best Supporting Actor – Collateral – Lost to: Clive Owen – Closer
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story – Lost to: Geoffrey Rush – The Life and Death of Peter Sellers

    Hillary Swank
    Best Actress Drama – Million Dollar Baby – Winner
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – Iron Jawed Angels – Lost to: Glenn Close – The Lion in Winter

    2005
    Felicity Huffman
    Best Actress Drama – Transamerica – Winner
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical Series – Desperate Housewives – Lost to: Mary-Louise Parker – Weeds

    Donald Sutherland
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Human Trafficking – Lost to: Jonathan Rhys Meyers – Elvis
    Best Supporting Actor TV – Commander in Chief – Lost to: Paul Newman – Empire Falls

    2006
    Leonardo DiCaprio
    Best Actor Drama – The Departed – Lost to: Forest Whitaker – The Last King of Scotland
    Best Actor Drama – Blood Diamond – Lost to: Forest Whitaker – The Last King of Scotland

    Chiwetel Ejiofor
    Best Actor Musical/Comedy – Kinky Boots – Lost to: Sacha Baron Cohen – Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Tsunami: The Aftermath – Lost to: Bill Nighy – Gideon’s Daughter

    Helen Mirren
    Best Actress Drama – The Queen – Winner
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – Elizabeth I (Winner), Also nominated for: Prime Suspect: The Final Act

    Annette Bening
    Best Actress Musical/Comedy – Running with Scissors – Lost to: Meryl Streep – The Devil Wears Prada
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – Mrs. Harris – Lost to: Helen Mirren – Elizabeth I

    Toni Collette
    Best Actress Musical/Comedy – Little Miss Sunshine – Lost to: Meryl Streep – The Devil Wears Prada
    Best Supporting Actress TV – Tsunami: The Aftermath – Lost to: Emily Blunt – Gideon’s Daughter

    Emily Blunt
    Best Supporting Actress – The Devil Wears Prada – Lost to: Jennifer Hudson – Dreamgirls
    Best Supporting Actress TV – Gideon’s Daughter – Winner

    2007
    Philip Seymour Hoffman
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – The Savages – Lost to: Johnny Depp – Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
    Best Supporting Actor – Charlie Wilson’s War – Lost to: Javier Bardem: No Country for Old Men

    Cate Blanchett
    Best Actress Drama – Elizabeth: The Golden Age – Lost to: Julie Christie – Away from Her
    Best Supporting Actress – I’m Not There – Winner

    2008
    Ralph Fiennes
    Best Supporting Actor – The Duchess – Lost to: Heath Ledger – The Dark Knight
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Bernard and Doris – Lost to: Paul Giamatti – John Adams

    Kate Winslet
    Best Actress Drama – Revolutionary Road – Winner
    Best Supporting Actress – The Reader – Winner

    Meryl Streep
    Best Actress Drama – Doubt – Lost to: Kate Winslet – Revolutionary Road
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Mamma Mia! – Lost to: Sally Hawkins – Happy-Go-Lucky

    Tom Wilkinson
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Recount – Lost to: Paul Giamatti – John Adams
    Best Supporting Actor – John Adams – Winner

    2009
    Matt Damon
    Best Actor Musical/Comedy – The Informant! – Lost to: Robert Downey Jr. – Sherlock Holmes
    Best Supporting Actor – Invictus – Lost to: Cristoph Waltz – Inglourious Basterds

    Sandra Bullock
    Best Actress Drama – The Blind Side – Winner
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – The Proposal – Lost to: Meryl Streep – Julie & Julia

    Meryl Streep
    Best Actress Musical/Comedy – Julie & Julia (Winner), also nominated for It’s Complicated

    Anna Paquin
    Best Actress Drama Series – True Blood – Lost to: Julianna Margulies – The Good Wife
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler – Lost to: Drew Barrymore – Grey Gardens

    2010
    Johnny Depp
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Alice in Wonderland – Lost to: Paul Giamatti – Barney’s Version
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – The Tourist – Lost to: Paul Giamatti – Barney’s Version

    2011
    Ryan Gosling
    Best Actor Drama – The Ides of March – Lost to: George Clooney – The Descendants
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – Crazy, Stupid, Love – Lost to: Jean Dujardin – The Artist

    Kate Winslet
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Carnage – Lost to: Michelle Williams – My Week with Marilyn
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – Mildred Pierce – Winner

    2012
    Maggie Smith
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Quartet – Lost to: Jennifer Lawrence – Silver Linings Playbook
    Best Supporting Actress TV – Downton Abbey – Winner

    Nicole Kidman
    Best Supporting Actress – The Paperboy – Lost to: Anne Hathaway – Les Misérables
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – Hemingway & Gellhorn – Lost to: Julianne Moore – Game Change

    2013
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Enough Said- Lost to Amy Adams – American Hustle
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical Series – Veep – Lost to Amy Poehler: Parks and Recreation

    2014
    Bill Murray
    Best Actor Comedy/Musical – St. Vincent – Lost to Michael Keaton – Birdman
    Best Supporting Actor TV – Olive Kitteridge – Lost to Matt Bomer – The Normal Heart

    Mark Ruffalo
    Best Supporting Actor – Foxcatcher – Lost to J. K. Simmons – Whiplash
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – The Normal Heart- Lost to Billy Bob Thornton – Fargo

    Julianne Moore
    Best Actress Drama – Still Alice – Winner
    Best Actress Comedy/Musical – Maps to the Stars – Lost to Amy Adams – Big Eyes

    2015
    Idris Elba
    Best Supporting Actor – Love & Mercy – Lost to Sylvester Stallone – Creed
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Luther – Lost to Oscar Isaac – Show Me A Hero

    Mark Rylance
    Best Supporting Actor – Bridge of Spies – Lost to Sylvester Stallone – Creed
    Best Actor Movie/Mini – Wolf Hall – Lost to Oscar Isaac – Show Me A Hero

    Alicia Vikander
    Best Actress Drama – The Danish Girl – Lost to Brie Larson – Room
    Best Supporting Actress – Ex Machina – Lost to Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs

    2018
    Regina King
    Best Supporting Actress – If Beale Street Could Talk – Winner
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – Seven Seconds – Lost to Patricia Arquette

    Amy Adams
    Best Supporting Actress – Vice – Lost to Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk
    Best Actress Movie/Mini – Sharp Objects – Lost to Patricia Arquette

    This doesn’t include people who were nominated for non-acting awards such as Writing, Directing, Original Song, Screenplay, or producers among other awards

    What actors this year do you think could get at least two Golden Globe acting nominations?

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    You have done an incredible job! Just WOW!

    The first actor that comes to my mind is Chadwick

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    Gillian Anderson (The Crown and Sex Education)
    Chadwick Boseman (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and Da 5 Bloods)
    Jessie Buckley (Fargo and I’m Thinking of Ending Things)
    Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and The Trial of the Chicago 7)
    Olivia Colman (The Crown and The Father)
    Viola Davis (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and How to Get Away with Murder)
    Julia Garner (Ozark and The Assistant)
    Nicole Kidman (The Undoing and The Prom)
    Leslie Odom, Jr. (Hamilton and One Night In Miami)
    Meryl Streep (The Prom and Let Them All Talk)
    Anya Taylor Joy (The Queen’s Gambit and Emma.)

    Did I miss anyone?

    Emmys FYC: Alan Tudyk in “Resident Alien”, Billie Piper in “I Hate Suzie”, Ego Nwodim in “Saturday Night Live”, Kaley Cuoco in “Harley Quinn”

    “Dickinson”, “P-Valley”, “Pose” & “Superstore” in all categories

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    Oliva is locked to get double noms

    6th Place WGA 2021
    12th Place VES 2021
    61st Place BAFTA nominations 2021

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    Can we talk about how Judy Holliday was nominated in BOTH drama and comedy for the same role for Born Yesterday? Wowowow. I know that can’t happen today but I’m surprised they let it happen then lol.

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    Can we talk about how Judy Holliday was nominated in BOTH drama and comedy for the same role for Born Yesterday? Wowowow. I know that can’t happen today but I’m surprised they let it happen then lol.

    It’s curious for sure. I guess they didn’t remember the Oscars changing rules 6 years earlier bc of Barry Fitzgerald. Also who knows, maybe “Born Yesterday”‘s studio pushed/paid for it. It is the Golden Globes after all. If that wasn’t the case I can’t understand why they let it fly.

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    It’s curious for sure. I guess they didn’t remember the Oscars changing rules 6 years earlier bc of Barry Fitzgerald. Also who knows, maybe “Born Yesterday”‘s studio pushed/paid for it. It is the Golden Globes after all. If that wasn’t the case I can’t understand why they let it fly.

    I had immediately thought of Barry Fitzgerald too haha. But, as you said, it was the Golden Globes so who knows what the deal was 🙂

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