Golden Globe Nominees - 2001


Seeing Stars: Press Release


(The names of the winners are in bold type.)

(The Golden Globe Awards were presented Jan. 21, 2001)


Picture, Drama: "Billy Elliot," "Erin Brockovich," "Gladiator," "Sunshine," "Traffic," "Wonder Boys."

Picture, Musical or Comedy: "Almost Famous," "Best in Show," "Chicken Run," "Chocolat," "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"

Foreign Language Picture: "Amores Perros," Mexico; "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," Taiwan; "The Hundred Steps," Italy; "Malena," Italy; "The Widow of St. Pierre," France.

Actor, Drama: Javier Bardem, "Before Night Falls"; Russell Crowe, "Gladiator"; Michael Douglas, "Wonderboys"; Tom Hanks, "Cast Away"; Geoffrey Rush, "Quills."

Actor, Musical or Comedy: Jim Carrey, "Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas" George Clooney, "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"; John Cusack, "High Fidelity"; Robert De Niro, "Meet the Parents"; Mel Gibson, "What Women Want."

Actress, Drama: Joan Allen, "The Contender"; Bjork, "Dancer in the Dark"; Ellen Burstyn, "Requiem for a Dream"; Laura Linney, "You Can Count On Me"; Julia Roberts, "Erin Brockovich."

Actress, Musical or Comedy: Juliette Binoche, "Chocolat"; Brenda Blethyn, "Saving Grace"; Sandra Bullock, "Miss Congeniality"; Tracey Ullman, "Small Time Crooks"; Renee Zellweger, "Nurse Betty."

Supporting Actor, Drama, Musical or Comedy: Jeff Bridges, "The Contender"; Willem Dafoe, "Shadow of the Vampire"; Benicio Del Toro, "Traffic"; Albert Finney, "Erin Brockovich"; Joaquin Phoenix, "Gladiator."

Supporting Actress, Drama, Musical or Comedy: Judi Dench, "Chocolat"; Kate Hudson, "Almost Famous"; Frances McDormand, "Almost Famous"; Julie Walters, "Billy Elliott"; Catherine Zeta-Jones, "Traffic."

Director: Ang Lee, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," Ridley Scott, "Gladiator"; Stephen Soderbergh, "Erin Brockovich"; Steven Soderbergh, "Traffic"; Istvan Szabo, "Sunshine."

Screenplay: Cameron Crowe, "Almost Famous"; Stephen Gaghan, "Traffic"; Steve Kloves, "Wonder Boys"; Kenneth Lonergan, "You Can Count on Me"; Doug Wright, "Quills."

Original Score: Tan Dun, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon"; Maurice Jarre, "Sunshine," Ennio Morricone, "Malena"; Rachel Portman, "Chocolat"; Marty Stuart, Kristin Wikinson and Larry Paxton, "All the Pretty Horses"; Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard, "Gladiator."

Original Song: "I've Seen It All" from "Dancer in the Dark," Bjork, Lars Von Trier, Sjon Sigurdsson; "My Funny Friend and Me" from "The Emperor's New Groove" Sting, David Hartley; "One in a Million" from "Miss Congeniality," Steffan Olsson; "Things Have Changed" from "Wonder Boys," Bob Dylan; "When You Come Back to Me Again" from "Frequency," Garth Brooks, Jenny Yates.

Al Pacino was named as winner of the Cecil B. DeMille Award.


Drama Series: "CSI," CBS; "ER," NBC; "The Practice," ABC; "The Sopranos," HBO; "The West Wing," NBC.

Musical or Comedy Series: "Ally McBeal," Fox; "Frasier," NBC; "Malcolm in the Middle," Fox; "Sex and the City," HBO; "Will & Grace," NBC.

Miniseries or Movie Made for Television: "Dirty Pictures," Showtime; "Fail Safe," CBS; "For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story," HBO; "Nuremberg," TNT; "On The Beach," Showtime.

Actress, Drama: Jessica Alba, "Dark Angel"; Lorraine Bracco, "The Sopranos"; Amy Brenneman, "Judging Amy"; Edie Falco, "The Sopranos"; Sara Michelle Gellar, "Buffy, The Vampire Slayer"; Sela Ward, "Once and Again."

Actor, Drama: Andre Braugher, "Gideon's Crossing"; James Gandolfini, "The Sopranos"; Rob Lowe, "The West Wing"; Dylan McDermott, "The Practice"; Martin Sheen, "The West Wing."

Actor, Musical or Comedy Series: Ted Danson, "Becker"; Kelsey Grammer, "Frasier"; Eric McCormack, "Will & Grace"; Frankie Muniz, "Malcolm in the Middle"; Ray Romano, "Everybody Loves Raymond."

Actress, Musical or Comedy Series: Calista Flockhart, "Ally McBeal"; Jane Kaczmarek, "Malcolm in the Middle"; Debra Messing, "Will & Grace"; Bette Midler, "Bette"; Sara Jessica Parker, "Sex and the City."

Actor, Miniseries or Movie Made for Television: Alec Baldwin, "Nuremberg"; Brian Cox, "Nuremberg"; Brian Dennehy, "Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman"; Andy Garcia, "For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story"; James Woods, "Dirty Pictures."

Actress, Miniseries or Movie Made for Television: Judi Dench, "Last of the Blonde Bombshells"; Holly Hunter, "Harlan County War"; Christine Lahti, "An American Daughter"; Frances O'Connor, "Madame Bovary"; Rachel Ward, "On the Beach"; Alfre Woodard, "Holiday Heart."

Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Movie Made for Television: Robert Downey Jr. , "Ally McBeal"; Sean Hayes, "Will & Grace"; John Mahoney, "Frasier"; David Hyde Pierce, "Frasier"; Christopher Plummer, "American Tragedy"; Bradley Whitford, "The West Wing."

Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie Made for Television: Kim Cattrall, "Sex and the City"; Faye Dunaway, "Running Mates"; Allison Janney, "The West Wing;" Megan Mullally, "Will & Grace"; Cynthia Nixon, "Sex and the City"; Vanessa Redgrave, "If These Walls Could Talk 2."

Click Here to Return to the Main Menu

Copyright  2020-Gary Wayne
All Rights Reserved

This webpage is not associated with any business described in the article above, and does not constitute an
endorsement of this or any other business. The photos of celebrities on this page also do not constitute
endorsements by them of any kind, and are used by the author solely to illustrate this online article.
(Click here to read other disclaimers)