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Most Decorated Golden Globe Winners of All Time

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10. Sophia Loren
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 6 wins, 3 nominations
> First win: Henrietta Award (World Film Favorites), 1964
> Known for: Arabesque; Two Women; A Special Day
> Acting credits: 95

Sophia Loren is among the most successful actresses to have crossed the Atlantic and find stardom in America. She is known for pairing with Marcello Mastroianni in comedies and dramas such as “Marriage, Italian Style,” “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” and “A Special Day.” She has also won the Golden Globe Henrietta Award (World Film Favorites) four times.

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9. Marlon Brando
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 6 wins, 4 nominations
> First win: Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama, 1955
> Known for: Apocalypse Now; The Godfather; Last Tango in Paris
> Acting credits: 46

Marlon Brando embodied the naturalistic, immersive method acting approach, becoming one of the biggest stars of all time. Brando won Golden Globes for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama, in 1955 for “On the Waterfront” and for “The Godfather” in 1973.

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8. Angela Lansbury
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 6 wins, 9 nominations
> First win: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture, 1946
> Known for: The Manchurian Candidate; Anastasia; Beauty and the Beast
> Acting credits: 113

Angela Lansbury has had a spectacular career since her Oscar-nominated debut as a cockney servant in the movie “Gaslight” in 1944. Lansbury scored a Golden Globe triumph for her role as the scheming Eleanor Shaw Iselin in the motion picture thriller “The Manchurian Candidate.” On the smaller screen, Lansbury enjoyed Golden Globe recognition for her starring role in the long-running series “Murder, She Wrote” for which she won four Golden Globes.

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7. Paul Newman
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 6 wins, 9 nominations
> First win: New Star Of The Year – Actor, 1957
> Known for: The Hustler; Cool Hand Luke; The Color of Money
> Acting credits: 85

The stunning longevity of Paul Newman’s career is reflected in his Golden Globe success. He won his last Golden Globe in 2006 as Supporting Actor in a Series for his role in “Empire Falls.” He won his first Golden Globe in 1957 for new actor for his role in “The Silver Chalice.” Newman was nominated for a Golden Globe 15 times, including the times he won.

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6. Alan Alda
> Lifetime wins & nominations: 6 wins, 10 nominations
> First win: Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy, 1975
> Known for: M*A*S*H; Crimes and Misdemeanors, The Four Seasons
> Acting credits: 66

When you think of Alan Alda’s superb career, the first thing that comes to mind is likely his performance as Hawkeye Pierce in the long-running sitcom M*A*S*H. His characterization of one of television’s most famous anti-heroes earned him six Golden Globe wins. He has also been nominated for his big-screen work in movies like “Same Time, Next Year” and “The Four Seasons.”

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