Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Golden Globe Award Winners 2007

Helen Mirren poses backstage in the press room with her Golden Globe Awards for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading role for her work in "The Queen" and "Elizabeth I" during the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, last night.

  • Best film (drama)
  • Best film (musical or comedy)
  • Best director
    Martin Scorsese - The Departed
  • Best actor (drama)
    Forest Whitaker - The Last King of Scotland
  • Best actor (musical or comedy)
    Sacha Baron Cohen - Borat
  • Best actress (drama)
    Helen Mirren - The Queen
  • Best actress (musical or comedy)
    Meryl Streep - The Devil Wears Prada
  • Best supporting actor
    Eddie Murphy - Dreamgirls
  • Best supporting actress
    Jennifer Hudson - Dreamgirls
  • Best foreign language film
    Letters From Iwo Jima (US)
  • Best animated feature film
  • Best screenplay
    Peter Morgan - The Queen
  • Best original song
    The Song of the Heart - Happy Feet
  • Best original score
    Alexandre Desplat - The Painted Veil
  • Cecil B DeMille Award - lifetime achievement
    Warren Beatty


  • Best series (drama)
    Grey's Anatomy
  • Best series (musical or comedy)
    Ugly Betty
  • Best mini-series or film made for TV
    Elizabeth I
  • Best actor (drama)
    Hugh Laurie - House
  • Best actor (musical or comedy)
    Alec Baldwin - 30 Rock
  • Best actor (mini-series or film made for TV)
    Bill Nighy - Gideon's Daughter
  • Best actress (drama)
    Kyra Sedgwick - The Closer
  • Best actress (musical or comedy)
    America Ferrera - Ugly Betty
  • Best actress (mini-series or film made for TV)
    Helen Mirren - Elizabeth I
  • Best supporting actor
    Jeremy Irons - Elizabeth I
  • Best supporting actress
    Emily Blunt - Gideon's Daughter

Well done to all the winners, especially those Brits that have done us proud!


  1. Unfortunately I didn't have the chance to watch the ceremony 'cos I was studying but today one of my friends who's going to study Film roduction told me that Borat is actually a interesting movie and it was producecd by a Mexican director.

  2. We have some wonderful actors in this great country! Helen mirren is a great asset and as my father says " she has great globes"!!!!

  3. I didn't see it because of the US time difference and it took me ages trying to get the info typed up on my Blog - but I'm glad so many British stars did well (and the Mexican producer!)

  4. Maybe you'll catch the non-live show this weekend.

    P.S. Babel is the film produced by a Mexican producer not Borat (I got confused :P)

  5. I'm none the wiser - I'm getting behind with it all..............


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