Golden Globes Announces 300-Member Voting Body For 2023 Awards

The Golden Globes have announced the full list of voters for the 81st Golden Globe Awards, which will take place Jan. 7. It totals 300 journalists. The breakdown, per the organization, is: 47% female, and 60% racially and ethnically diverse, with 26.3% Latinx, 13.3% Asian, 11% Black, and 9% Middle Eastern..

“Our commitment to maintaining the diversity of our voting body continues,” said Helen Hoehne, President, Golden Globes. “Our voters represent 76 countries bringing a unique international perspective on nominating the best in motion pictures and television this year.”

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This year’s newly added voters include Deadline’s Zac Ntim (United Kingdom) and Variety’s Elsa Keslassy (France). Also joining are Trinidad Barleycorn (Switzerland), Paola Casella (Italy), Ankit Jhunjhunwala (Canada), Sona Karapoghosyan (Armenia), Wael Khairy (Egypt), Juan Claudio Matossian Güell (Spain), Naman Ramachandran (United Kingdom), Mohammed Rouda (Egypt) and Amon Warmann (United Kingdom).

A complete list of all 300 voting members can be found here. As Deadline reported last month, three previous voters have been expelled for alleged code of conduct violations. Fifteen additional voters also left during the review process.

Nominations will be unveiled Dec. 11, 2023. A broadcast partner will be announced soon.

Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner of White Cherry Entertainment will serve as executive producing showrunners for the 81st Golden Globe Awards, with Weiss also set to direct. Dick Clark Productions, Eldridge and Deadline parent PMC, produces.

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