Golden Globes 2017: Box Office Totals and Nominees’ Net Worths

Check out our full list of Golden Globes nominees in every category.

Since 1944’s very first informal ceremony at 20th Century Fox, the Golden Globes have presented the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s picks for the best movies and television shows in the biz. Think of them as a more informal, breezier warm-up for the Academy Awards and you won’t be too far out of line — when a winner holds a Globe, they have a roughly 80 percent chance of bringing home an Oscar.

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But the Globes don’t just live in the awards season shadows. Though movies like “La La Land” and “Manchester by the Sea” duke it out in front of host Jimmy Fallon and nominees like Amy Adams and Jeff Bridges, TV shows also share the spotlight. While you’re watching “The People v. O.J. Simpson” or the underdog “This Is Us” rake in television gold, check out the gilded bank accounts of some of these prestigious nominees.

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Best Motion Picture — Drama

The biggest category for the Golden Globes 2017 takes us from India with “Lion” to Miami with “Moonlight” — just as the stories span the globe, the movies’ lifetime box office returns really run the spectrum.

  • “Hacksaw Ridge,” $64.21 million
  • “Hell or High Water,” $27 million
  • “Lion,” $2.5 million
  • “Manchester by the Sea,” $21.12 million
  • “Moonlight,” $11.96 million

Best Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical

“La La Land” seems like the frontrunner, but if the domestic box office returns for this year’s Golden Globes nominees taught us anything, it’s this: Don’t underestimate “Deadpool.”

  • “20th Century Women,” Unknown
  • “Deadpool,” $363.07 million
  • “Florence Foster Jenkins,” $27.38 million
  • “La La Land,” $17.58 million
  • “Sing Street,” $3.24 million

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama

The surprising Golden Globe nominations for last year’s “Mad Max: Fury Road” served as a banner for strong women at the ceremony — and these leading actresses carry that banner with impressive net worths.

  • Amy Adams net worth: $50 million (“Arrival”)
  • Jessica Chastain net worth: $12 million (“Miss Sloane”)
  • Natalie Portman net worth: $60 million (“Jackie”)
  • Isabelle Huppert net worth: $40 million (“Elle”)

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Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama

Can Viggo step out of Aragorn’s shadow? Can Denzel stand toe-to-toe with James Earl Jones’ classic on-stage “Fences” performance? This category’s full of questions, but the stars’ net worths are unquestionably healthy.

  • Casey Affleck net worth: $10 million (“Manchester by the Sea”)
  • Joel Edgerton net worth: $3 million (“Loving”)
  • Andrew Garfield net worth: $10 million (“Hacksaw Ridge”)
  • Viggo Mortensen net worth: $30 million (“Captain Fantastic”)
  • Denzel Washington net worth: $190 million (“Fences”)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical

“La La Land” might have the buzz, but Meryl Streep’s 40 years of experience acting in film is no small feat — and it shows in her unsurprisingly staggering net worth, too.

  • Annette Benning net worth: $48 million (“20th Century Women”)
  • Lily Collins net worth: $3 million (“Rules Don’t Apply”)
  • Hailee Steinfeld net worth: $8 million (“The Edge of Seventeen”)
  • Emma Stone net worth: $18 million (“La La Land”)
  • Meryl Streep net worth: $75 million  (“Florence Foster Jenkins”)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical

Hugh Grant and Meryl Streep bring true star power to “Florence Foster Jenkins” with a combined net worth of $155 million, more than the entire leading actress category combined.

  • Colin Farrell net worth: $30 million (“The Lobster”)
  • Ryan Gosling net worth: $30 million (“La La Land”)
  • Hugh Grant net worth: $80 million (“Florence Foster Jenkins”)
  • Jonah Hill net worth: $40 million (“War Dogs”)
  • Ryan Reynolds net worth: $65 million (“Deadpool”)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture

Nicole Kidman’s net worth clocks in at more than triple that of the competing actresses in this category combined, but she faces tough competition from a lineup of gritty, raw performances.

  • Viola Davis net worth: $12 million (“Fences”)
  • Naomie Harris net worth: $4 million (“Moonlight”)
  • Nicole Kidman net worth: $130 million (“Lion”)
  • Octavia Spencer net worth: $12 million (“Hidden Figures”)
  • Michelle Williams net worth: $16 million (“Manchester by the Sea”)

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Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture

This year, Simon Helberg hopes to soar past his “Big Bang Theory” roots with stiff competition from Globes newcomer Mahershala Ali and crowd favorite Jeff Bridges.

  • Mahershala Ali net worth: $2 million (“Moonlight”)
  • Jeff Bridges net worth: $70 million (“Hell or High Water”)
  • Simon Helberg net worth: $45 million (“Florence Foster Jenkins”)
  • Dev Patel net worth: $10 million (“Lion”)

Best Director — Motion Picture

The Golden Globe nominees for best director see some huge names — Mel Gibson and Tom Ford, best known for his fashion empire — against fiery up-and-comers.

  • Damien Chazelle net worth: Unkown (“La La Land”)
  • Tom Ford net worth: $300 million (“Nocturnal Animals”)
  • Mel Gibson net worth: $425 million (“Hacksaw Ridge”)
  • Barry Jenkins net worth: Unknown (“Moonlight”)
  • Kenneth Lonergan net worth: Unknown (“Manchester by the Sea”)

Best Screenplay — Motion Picture

For best screenplay, “Moonlight” cements its place as a Golden Globes 2017 frontrunner, securing six overall nods.

  • Damien Chazelle net worth: Unknown (“La La Land”)
  • Tom Ford net worth: $300 million (“Nocturnal Animals”)
  • Barry Jenkins net worth: Unknown (“Moonlight”)
  • Kenneth Lonergan net worth: Unknown (“Manchester by the Sea”)
  • Taylor Sheridan net worth: Unknown (“Hell or High Water”)

Best Animated Feature Film

Animated juggernauts “Moana” and “Zootopia” are pitted against French import “My Life as a Zucchini” and soulful indie “Kubo and the Two Strings.”

  • “Kubo and the Two Strings,” $48.02 million
  • “Moana,” $183.48 million
  • “My Life as a Zucchini,” $4.57 million
  • “Sing,” $76.69 million
  • “Zootopia,” $341.27 million

Best Foreign-Language Film

To no one’s surprise, France — home of the cinephile — dominates the foreign-language film category in 2017.

  • “Divines” (France), $1.3 million
  • “Elle” (France), $795,756
  • “Neruda” (Chile), $85,480
  • “The Salesman” (Iran/France), Unknown
  • “Toni Erdmann” (Germany), $30,972

Best Original Score — Motion Picture

From the romantic jazz in “La La Land” to the intentionally dualistic score of “Lion,” the original score nominees span the globe as much as they span musical genres.

  • Nicholas Britell, “Moonlight,” $11.96 million
  • Justin Hurwitz, “La La Land,” $17.58 million
  • Johann Johannsson, “Arrival,” $89.84 million
  • Dustin O’Halloran, Hauschka, “Lion,” $2.5 million
  • Hans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams, Benjamin Wallfisch, “Hidden Figures,” Unknown

Best Original Song — Motion Picture

Fox’s animated blockbuster “Trolls” makes its singular Globe Globes 2017 appearance with a nomination for Justin Timberlake and his songwriting team.

  • “Can’t Stop the Feeling” from “Trolls,” written by Justin Timberlake, Max Martin and Shellback, $148.84 million
  • “City of Stars” from “La La Land,” written by Justin Hurwitz, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, $17.58 million
  • “Faith” from “Sing,” written by Ryan Tedder, Stevie Wonder and Francis Farewell Starlite, $76.7 million
  • “Gold” from “Gold,” written by Brian Burton, Stephen Gaghan, Daniel Pemberton and Iggy Pop, Unknown
  • “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana,” written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, $1.83 million

Best Television Series — Drama

A touch of the fantastic dominates as new shows like “Stranger Things” and “Westworld” challenge the long-running fan favorite, “Game of Thrones.”

  • “The Crown”
  • “Game of Thrones”
  • “Stranger Things”
  • “This Is Us”
  • “Westworld”

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Best Television Series — Comedy or Musical

This year’s comedy and musical category manages to keep things witty while tackling transgender issues, race issues and biting political satire.

  • “Atlanta”
  • “Black-ish”
  • “Mozart in the Jungle”
  • “Transparent”
  • “Veep”

Best Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

In contrast to the drama category, 2017’s Golden Globe nominees for limited series and TV movies mostly keep things grounded and character focused.

  • “American Crime”
  • “The Dresser”
  • “Night Manager”
  • “The Night Of”
  • “The People v. O.J. Simpson”

Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

“American Crime” goes up against “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” the much-hyped second season of “American Crime Story.” That’s a whole lot of all-American crime.

  • Felicity Huffman net worth: $20 million (“American Crime”)
  • Riley Keough net worth: $20 million (“The Girlfriend Experience”)
  • Sarah Paulson net worth: $4 million (“The People v. O.J. Simpson”)
  • Charlotte Rampling net worth: $15 million (“London Spy”)
  • Kerry Washington net worth: $12 million (“Confirmation”)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited or Motion Picture Made for Television

Nominee Courtney B. Vance of “The People v. O.J. Simpson” nabbed a Tony nomination for his work in the Broadway production of “Fences” in the ’80s — he has every reason to feel a swell of pride over this year’s nominees for the movie version.

  • Riz Ahmed net worth: $3 million (“The Night Of”)
  • Bryan Cranston net worth: $30 million (“All the Way”)
  • Tom Hiddleston net worth: $20 million (“The Night Manager”)
  • John Turturro net worth: $24 million (“The Night Of”)
  • Courtney B. Vance net worth: $4 million (“The People v. O.J. Simpson”)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series — Drama

Winona Ryder doesn’t just bring her silver screen clout to the small screen in “Stranger Things,” she brings her Hollywood-powered net worth, too.

  • Caitriona Balfe net worth: Unknown (“Outlander”)
  • Claire Foy net worth: $4 million (“The Crown”)
  • Keri Russell net worth: $8 million (“The Americans”)
  • Winona Ryder net worth: $18 million (“Stranger Things”)
  • Evan Rachel Wood net worth: $8 million (“Westworld”)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series — Drama

A history of big-screen work has clearly paid off for nominees Liev Schreiber and Billy Bob Thornton, but will their resumes pay off at the Globes?

  • Rami Malek net worth: $5 million (“Mr. Robot”)
  • Bob Odenkirk net worth: $10 million (“Better Call Saul”)
  • Matthew Rhys net worth: $2 million (“The Americans”)
  • Liev Schreiber net worth: $16 million (“Ray Donovan”)
  • Billy Bob Thornton net worth: $35 million (“Goliath”)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series — Comedy or Musical

The knockout combo of Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Sarah Jessica Parker make this one of the wealthiest categories at this year’s ceremony, proving that being a part of an iconic television series pays off in spades.

  • Rachel Bloom net worth: $2 million (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”)
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus net worth: $200 million (“Veep”)
  • Sarah Jessica Parker net worth: $90 million (“Divorce”)
  • Issa Rae net worth: Unknown (“Insecure”)
  • Gina Rodriguez net worth: $5 million (“Jane the Virgin”)
  • Tracee Ellis Ross net worth: $10 million (“Black-ish”)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series — Comedy or Musical

Nick Nolte’s 40 years of playing scrappers has prepared him for his position as the underdog this year, but his net worth is just about the opposite of “scrappy underdog.”

  • Anthony Anderson net worth: $18 million (“Black-ish”)
  • Gael Garcia Bernal net worth: $12 million (“Mozart in the Jungle”)
  • Donald Glover net worth: $8 million (“Atlanta”)
  • Nick Nolte net worth: $75 million (“Graves”)
  • Jeffrey Tambor net worth: $16 million (“Transparent”)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Remember that net worth doesn’t mean what’s in the bank; at a net worth of $9 million, “Game of Thrones” star Lena Headey is estimated to pull down $1.1 million per episode.

  • Olivia Coleman net worth: Unknown (“The Night Manager”)
  • Lena Headey net worth: $9 million (“Game of Thrones”)
  • Chrissy Metz net worth: Unknown (“This Is Us”)
  • Mandy Moore net worth: $10 million (“This Is Us”)
  • Thandie Newton net worth: $20 million (“Westworld”)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Sterling K. Brown and John Travolta represent crowd favorite “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” rounding out its very healthy collection of five Globe nominations.

  • Sterling K. Brown net worth: $4 million (“The People v. O.J. Simpson”)
  • Hugh Laurie net worth: $40 million (“The Night Manager”)
  • John Lithgow net worth: $45 million (“The Crown”)
  • Christian Slater net worth: $20 million (“Mr. Robot”)
  • John Travolta net worth: $170 million (“The People v. O.J. Simpson”)

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Net worth figures are indicative of assets versus liabilities. All net worth figures are according to CelebrityNetWorth.com unless otherwise noted. Box office earnings are according to BoxOfficeMojo.com and are accurate as of Dec. 27, 2016.