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List of actors who won the Academy, BAFTA, Golden Globe, SAG, and Critic's Choice Award for a single performance

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List of actors who won the Academy, BAFTA, Golden Globe, SAG, and Critic's Choice Award for a single performance

Geoffrey Rush was the first person to achieve the feat
Julia Roberts was the second person and first actress to win all five
Jennifer Hudson won all five awards in her film debut Dreamgirls
Heath Ledger won all five awards posthumously
Daniel Day-Lewis is the only person to achieve this feat twice

Each year actors and actresses compete for the major awards to recognize excellence in the field of acting. In the history of cinema and film awards, 11 actors and 11 actresses have won the five awards generally considered to be the most important annual awards given for the big screen (the Academy Award, the BAFTA Award, the Golden Globe Award, the Screen Actors Guild Award and the Critics' Choice Award).[1] Daniel Day-Lewis is the only person to achieve this feat twice.

Contents

  • Criteria 1
    • Awards 1.1
  • Lead Actor 2
  • Lead Actress 3
  • Supporting Actor 4
  • Supporting Actress 5
  • References 6

Criteria

The actor must have been nominated by all five organisations for one performance in one movie. The actor must then win all five of them competitively. A win is still counted if different organisations consider it to be a leading or supporting role, as long as the actor still wins the award.

Awards

For the purposes of this page, only the main award in each category is considered the award. The exception to this is obviously the Golden Globe with its division between "Musical or Comedy" and "Drama". Awards that do not count include the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Cast for the purposes of a SAG win, nor the BAFTA Rising Star Award for the purposes of the BAFTA. For the Critics' Choice Award, only the Best Actor/Actress/Supporting Actor/Supporting Actress categories are considered, not the periphery awards such as "Best Actor in an Action Movie" or "Best Actress in a Comedy".

Lead Actor

As of the end of 2013, six men have won all five awards in the lead actor category (with Daniel Day-Lewis doing so twice).

In the following list, the victories are written in bold with gold background.

Actor Film Year Academy Award for Best Actor BAFTA Award for Best Actor Golden Globe Award for Best Actor (Drama/Musical or Comedy) SAG Award for Best Lead Actor Critics' Choice Award for Best Actor Notes
Geoffrey Rush Shine 1996 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won
Jamie Foxx Ray 2004 Won Won Won
(Musical or Comedy)
Won Won
Philip Seymour Hoffman Capote 2005 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won
Forest Whitaker The Last King of Scotland 2006 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won
Daniel Day-Lewis There Will Be Blood 2007 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won
Colin Firth The King's Speech 2010 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won
Daniel Day-Lewis Lincoln 2012 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won

Lead Actress

As of the end of 2013, five women have won all five awards in the lead actress category. Kate Winslet won three awards for the same performance but in the supporting actress category.

In the following list, the victories are written in bold with gold background.

Actress Film Year Academy Award for Best Actress BAFTA Award for Best Actress Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (Drama/Musical or Comedy) SAG Award for Best Lead Actress Critics' Choice Award for Best Actress Notes
Julia Roberts Erin Brockovich 2000 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won
Reese Witherspoon Walk the Line 2005 Won Won Won
(Musical or Comedy)
Won Won
Helen Mirren The Queen 2006 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won
Kate Winslet The Reader 2008 Won Won Won
(Supporting Role)
Won
(Supporting Role)
Won
(Supporting Role)
[2]
Natalie Portman Black Swan 2010 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won
Cate Blanchett Blue Jasmine 2013 Won Won Won
(Drama)
Won Won

Supporting Actor

As of the end of 2013, four men have won all five awards in the supporting actor category.

In the following list, the victories are written in bold with gold background.

Actor Film Year Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor SAG Award for Best Supporting Actor Critics' Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor Notes
Javier Bardem No Country for Old Men 2007 Won Won Won Won Won
Heath Ledger The Dark Knight 2008 Won Won Won Won Won
Christoph Waltz Inglourious Basterds 2009 Won Won Won Won Won
Christopher Plummer Beginners 2011 Won Won Won Won Won

Supporting Actress

As of the end of 2013, five women have won all five awards in the supporting actress category.

In the following list, the victories are written in bold with gold background.

Actor Film Year Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress SAG Award for Best Supporting Actress Critics' Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress Notes
Renée Zellweger Cold Mountain 2003 Won Won Won Won Won
Jennifer Hudson Dreamgirls 2006 Won Won Won Won Won
Mo'Nique Precious 2009 Won Won Won Won Won
Octavia Spencer The Help 2011 Won Won Won Won Won
Anne Hathaway Les Misérables 2012 Won Won Won Won Won

References

  1. ^ "Film awards season's main events". BBC News. 15 January 2007. Retrieved 5 March 2011. 
  2. ^ While Kate Winslet won the Academy and BAFTA Awards for Best Actress, she won the Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and Critics' Choice Awards for Best Supporting Actress.
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