Golden Globes 2024: The Winners Announced

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Sarah Snook and Elizabeth Debecki take gold for Australia, Succession and Oppenheimer win big

Hollywood’s ‘Party of the Year’, the Golden Globes, kicked off the 2023-24 awards season on Monday afternoon, with various awards handed out recognising the very best in Film and Television from the past year.

The Aussies who were up for a trophy at the ceremony faired well, with Elizabeth Debecki taking home Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role on Television for her role as Princess Diana on Netflix’s The Crown while Sarah Snook took home Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama for her role as Shiv Roy in HBO’s Succession. 

The Golden Globes are one of the main tone-setters in gauging what will be nomination favourites at Hollywood’s night of nights, The Oscars, and while Barbenheimer dominated the Globe nominations, the night saw Oppenheimer walk away with the bigger trophies including Best Supporting Actor for Robert Downey Jr, Best Director for Christopher Nolan, Best Actor for Cillian Murphy, Best Score and the biggest of the night, Best Motion Picture – Drama. 

On the television side, it was a final hurrah for Succession, with the final season taking home the major awards in the ‘Drama’ category including Best Supporting Actor for Matthew Macfayden, Best Actor for Kieran Culkin, Best Actress for Sarah Snook and Best Television Series – Drama. 

The ‘Comedy or Musical’ category saw FX’s culinary dramedy The Bear take home Best Actor for Jeremy Allen White, Best Actress for Ayo Edebiri and Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical. 

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Here are the winners from the ceremony: 

Best Supporting Actress – Film 

Da’vine Joy RandolphThe Holdovers

Best Supporting Actor – Film 

Robert Downey Jr.Oppenheimer

Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series

Ali WongBeef

Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series 

Steven YeunBeef

Best Supporting Actress – Television 

Elizabeth DebickiThe Crown

Best Supporting Actor – Television 

Matthew MacfadyenSuccession 

Best Actor Television – Comedy or Musical 

Jeremy Allen WhiteThe Bear

Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language

Anatomy of a Fall

Best Actress Television – Comedy or Musical 

Ayo EdebiriThe Bear

Best Actor Television – Drama

Kieran CulkinSuccession 

Best Motion Picture – Animated

The Boy and The Heron

Best Director – Motion Picture

Christopher NolanOppenheimer

Best Actress Film – Comedy or Musical

Emma StonePoor Things

Best Actor Film – Drama 

Cillian MurphyOppenheimer

Best Original Score – Motion Picture

Ludwig GöranssonOppenheimer

Best Original Song – Motion Picture

What Was I Made For? – Barbie

Cinematic and Box Office Achievement


Best Television Limited Series 


Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical 

The Bear

Best Actress Television – Drama

Sarah SnookSuccession

Best Television Series – Drama 


Best Actor Film – Comedy or Musical

Paul GiamattiThe Holdovers

Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical

Poor Things

Best Actress Film – Drama

Lily GladstoneKillers of the Flower Moon 

Best Motion Picture – Drama 


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