Special Report

Most Decorated Golden Globe Winners of All Time

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20. Rock Hudson
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 5 wins, 0 nominations
> First win: Henrietta Award (World Film Favorites), 1959
> Known for: Giant; Come September; Pillow Talk
> Acting credits: 75

Rock Hudson became a major star and heartthrob in the 1950s and 1960s, pairing with Doris Day in light comedies such as “Pillow Talk,” “Lover Come Back,” and “Send Me No Flowers.” He demonstrated his dramatic ability in films such as “Magnificent Obsession” and “Giant.” Hudson won five Golden Globe Henrietta Awards (World Film Favorites).

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19. Gregory Peck
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 5 wins, 3 nominations
> First win: Actor In A Leading Role, 1947
> Known for: To Kill a Mockingbird; Roman Holiday; Gentleman’s Agreement
> Acting credits: 60

Gregory Peck built a storied career by portraying deeply principled characters (in films such as “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Gentleman’s Agreement”) as well as historical figures (in “MacArthur” and Dr. Josef Mengele in “The Boys from Brazil”). Among Peck’s Golden Globe wins was for his memorable role as Atticus Finch in “To Kill a Mockingbird.”

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18. Robert Redford
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 5 wins, 4 nominations
> First win: New Star Of The Year – Actor, 1966
> Known for: Ordinary People; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; All the President’s Men
> Acting credits: 80

Robert Redford, whose stellar acting and directing career stretches over 50 years, received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Motion Picture this year for his role in “The Old Man & The Gun.” Redford has been nominated for a Golden Globe Best Director four times and won in 1981 for “Ordinary People.”

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17. Ann-Margret
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 5 wins, 5 nominations
> First win: New Star Of The Year – Actress, 1962
> Known for: Bye Bye Birdie; Grumpy Old Men; Carnal Knowledge
> Acting credits: 86

Ann-Margret has parlayed her singing, dancing, and acting talents into an enduring career in movies and on television. The Swedish-born actress burst onto the American scene in 1962 and won the Golden Globe for New Star of the Year – Actress. She starred in “State Fair,” “Bye Bye Birdie,” and “Viva Las Vegas,” and won Golden Globes for her performances in “Carnal Knowledge” and “Tommy.”

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16. Ed Asner
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 5 wins, 6 nominations
> First win: Actor In A Supporting Role – Series Or Television Movie, 1972
> Known for: Up; Mary Tyler Moore Show; Elf
> Acting credits: 384

Television viewers will remember Ed Asner as the cantankerous newsman Lou Grant on the sitcom “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and later as the title character in the TV drama “Lou Grant.” The actor won Golden Globes for each show as well as for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television for his role in “Rich Man, Poor Man.”

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