By Roger Leslie
This paintings covers each actor that bought significant award acceptance for paintings in videos, theater, and tv some time past eighty years. details contains awards earned, a chronological record of performances, and fascinating evidence in regards to the award or the actor's adventure on the awards rite.
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1970: Let It Be (Best Original Song Score) Academy. Beatty, Ned Movie: 1977: Network (Best Supporting Actor) Academy. 1991: Hear My Song (Best Supporting Actor) Globe. Television: 1979: Friendly Fire (Best Actor in a Limited Series or Special) Emmy. 1990: Last Train Home (Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Special) Emmy. Beatty, Warren Movie: 1961: Splendor in the Grass (New Star of the Year — Actor) Globe (Best Actor, Drama) Globe. 1967: Bonnie and Clyde (Best Actor) Academy (Best Actor, Drama) Globe (Best Foreign Actor) British (Best Picture, Producer) Academy, British (Best Picture, Drama; Producer) Globe.
1978: Life Achievement Award from SAG. Bergen, Polly Movie: 1963: The Caretakers (Best Actress, Drama) Globe. Theater: 2001: Follies (Best Actress in a Featured Role, Musical) Tony. Television: 1958: “The Helen Morgan Story,” Playhouse 90 (Best Actress in a Single Performance for a Lead or Supporting Role) Emmy. 1983: The Winds of War (Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Special) Emmy. 1989: War and Remembrance (Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Special) Emmy. Highlights: In 1957 when women had much less power in the entertainment industry and female stars rarely had the freedom or clout to helm projects independently, Bergen purchased the television rights to Helen Morgan’s story and convinced CBS to air it.
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series) 1995: Emmy. 1996: Emmy. 1997: Emmy. 1998: Emmy. (Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie) 1995: Globe. 1996: Globe. 1999: Frasier (Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series) Emmy. Barber, Paul Movie: 1997: The Full Monty (Best Ensemble) SAG. Bardem, Javier Movie: 2000: Before Night Falls (Best Actor) Academy, Venice, Board, Society, Broadcast (Best Actor, Drama) Globe (Best Male Lead) Spirit. 2004: Mar adentro (The Sea Inside) (Best Actor) Venice, Bardot Broadcast (Best Actor, Drama) Globe.