For the 78th year, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will be hosting the Golden Globe Awards to recognize achievements in filmmaking and television.
Ahead of the ceremonies on Feb. 28, take a look at some of the past winners — and see if you can guess how rich they are.
Tim Allen was nominated for best television actor – musical/comedy series for “Home Improvement” every year from 1993 to 1997. He won once, in 1995. And the Globe isn’t the only way that playing Tim “The Toolman” Taylor has paid off for Allen.
“Friends” put Jennifer Aniston on the map — and also earned her a Golden Globe for best television actress – musical/comedy series in 2003. Her career trajectory has soared since then, and so have her riches.
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Sterling K. Brown
Although he didn’t win the Globe in 2017 for “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” Sterling K. Brown took home an award the following year for best television actor – drama series for “This Is Us.”
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Tom Cruise has won three Golden Globes. He won for best actor – motion picture – drama for “Born on the Fourth of July” in 1990, best actor – motion picture – musical/comedy for “Jerry Maguire” in 1997 and best supporting actor – motion picture for “Magnolia” in 2000.
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A star of both the big and small screen, Viola Davis received the Golden Globe for best supporting actress – motion picture in 2017 for “Fences.”
Leonardo DiCaprio has taken home three best actor Globes: in 2005 for “The Aviator,” in 2014 for “The Wolf of Wall Street” and in 2016 for “The Revenant.” Those roles have also added to his wealth.
The multitalented Lady Gaga has won Globes for both her singing and acting. In 2016, she won the award for best actress – television motion picture for “American Horror Story: Hotel” and in 2019, she won the award for best song – motion picture for “A Star Is Born.”
Donald Glover took home the award for best television actor – musical/comedy series for “Atlanta” in 2017. He was nominated for the same award in 2019, but lost — but his bottom line is doing just fine.
Tom Hanks was nominated for his first Golden Globe in 1989 for “Big” — he won the award and has taken home six additional acting and producing awards since then. Hanks won in 1994 for “Philadelphia,” in 1995 for “Forrest Gump,” in 1999 for “From the Earth to the Moon,” in 2001 for “Cast Away,” in 2002 for “Band of Brothers,” in 2009 for “John Adams” and in 2013 for “Game Change.” Hanks also received the Cecil B. deMille Award in 2020.
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Taraji P. Henson
Taraji P. Henson got her first Golden Globe nomination and win in 2016 for “Empire.”
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In 2001, Kate Hudson received her first Golden Globe nomination — and win — for best supporting actress – motion picture for “Almost Famous.” This year, she is nominated for best actress – motion picture – musical/comedy for “Music.”
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Regina King became a Golden Globe Award winner in 2019 in the best supporting actress – motion picture category for “If Beale Street Could Talk.” This year, she’s up for best director – motion picture for “One Night in Miami…”
Jennifer Lawrence has won three out of the four Golden Globes she has been nominated for. She won in 2013 for best actress – motion picture – musical/comedy for “Silver Linings Playbook,” in 2014 for best supporting actress – motion picture for “American Hustle” and in 2016 for best actress – motion picture – musical/comedy for “Joy.”
Julia Louis-Dreyfus has been nominated for “Veep” five times, but her Globe win was for “Seinfeld” in 1994.
TV star Sandra Oh has been nominated for two Golden Globes and won both — in 2006 for “Grey’s Anatomy” and in 2019 for “Killing Eve.”
Al Pacino won his first best actor Golden Globe back in 1974 for “Serpico.” He’s won three best actor Globes since then: in 1993 for “Scent of a Woman,” in 2004 for “Angels in America” and in 2011 for “You Don’t Know Jack.” He also received the Cecil B. deMille Award in 2001.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker has won six Golden Globes for “Sex & the City” — four for acting and two for producing. Will the reboot of the series lead to another Globe for the actress? Even if it doesn’t, it’s sure to add to her already massive fortune.
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Joaquin Phoenix is the winner of two Golden Globes — he won in 2006 for best actor – motion picture – musical/comedy for “Walk The Line” and in 2020 for best Actor – motion picture – drama for
Julia Roberts is a three-time Golden Globe recipient. She won for best supporting actress – motion picture in 1990 for “Steel Magnolias,” for best actress – motion picture – musical/comedy in 1991 for “Pretty Woman” and for best actress – motion picture – drama in 2001 for “Erin Brockovich.”
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Saoirse Ronan took home her first Golden Globe in 2018. She won the award for best actress – motion picture – musical/comedy for “Lady Bird.”
Jerry Seinfeld won both of his Golden Globes in 1994, both of which were for “Seinfeld” — best musical/comedy series and best television actor – musical/comedy series.
Acting great Meryl Streep has been nominated for an incredible 32 Golden Globe Awards and has won seven: in 1980 for “Kramer vs. Kramer,” in 1982 for “The French Lieutenant’s Woman,” in 1983 for “Sophie’s Choice,” in 2003 for “Adaptation,” in 2004 for “Angels in America,” in 2007 for “The Devil Wears Prada,” in 2010 for “Julie & Julia” and in 2012 for “The Iron Lady.” She also received the Cecil B. deMille Award in 2017.
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Denzel Washington has won two Golden Globe Awards — for “Glory” in 1990 and for “The Hurricane” in 2000 — plus the Cecil B. deMille Award in 2016.
Kate Winslet seems to have wowed the HFPA in 2009 — she won Globes that year for both “The Reader” and “Revolutionary Road.” She also picked up a best actress award in 2012 for “Mildred Pierce” and a best supporting actress award in 2016 for “Steve Jobs.”
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Reese Witherspoon took home her first Golden Globe in 2006 for best actress – motion picture – musical/comedy for “Walk The Line.” She won again in 2018 for best television motion picture for “Big Little Lies.”
Renée Zellweger has racked up four Golden Globe wins: in 2001 for “Nurse Betty,” in 2003 for “Chicago,” in 2004 for “Cold Mountain” and in 2020 for “Judy.”
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