Stars who won Golden Globe, Oscar, SAG Award for same performance

It’s the award season trifecta: When actors win all three of the most prestigious American acting trophies — the Golden Globe, the Screen Actors Guild Award and the Oscar. In honor of the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Feb. 28, 2021, Wonderwall.com is running down some of these triple threats, starting with Angelina Jolie. In 2000, Angelina took home the best supporting actress prize at all three award shows for her work in “Girl, Interrupted.”

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“Forrest Gump” was an instant classic, charming both film audiences and critics back in 1994. The next year, its star, Tom Hanks, took home the best actor trophy at the 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards and the 67th Annual Academy Awards. He also had the distinguished honor of being the first best actor winner at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, which held its very first ceremony in 1995.

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Reese Witherspoon took home a Golden Globe, a Screen Actors Guild Award and an Academy Award during 2006’s awards season. The actress received the accolades for her performance as June Carter Cash in “Walk the Line.”

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Viola Davis received three hard-earned trophies in 2017 for her performance in “Fences.” The South Carolina native took home the Academy Award, SAG Award and Golden Globe for best supporting actress.

Gary Oldman proved he was the best of the best in 2018 when he won the Academy Award, Golden Globe and SAG Award for best actor for his work as Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour.”

Allison Janney was another standout winner in 2018, taking home the best supporting actress Academy Award, SAG Award and Golden Globe for her performance as LaVona Golden in the black comedy biopic “I, Tonya.”

Frances McDormand got to really celebrate her acting chops in 2018 as she won the best actress Golden Globe, Academy Award and SAG Award for her performance as Mildred Hayes in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”

Sam Rockwell dominated the 2018 award season, winning the best supporting actor Oscar, Golden Globe and SAG Award for his performance in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”

In 2011, a pregnant Natalie Portman won her first best actress Oscar and Screen Actors Guild Award for her work in “Black Swan.” The performance also earned the actress her first best actress Golden Globe trophy, though she’d previously won a Globe for best supporting actress for her work in 2005’s “Closer.”

Leonardo DiCaprio finally won his first Academy Award in 2016 for his performance in “The Revenant.” The A-list actor also took home the best actor award at the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild Awards earlier that year.

Cate Blanchett continued to show just how talented she truly is during the 2014 award season. The Australian star won the best actress Academy Award, Golden Globe and SAG Award for her work as Jasmine Francis in “Blue Jasmine.”

For playing the titular real-life legal crusader “Erin Brockovich,” Julia Roberts garnered massive amounts of critical acclaim. That translated to serious awards season wins in 2001 when she took home the Oscar, the Golden Globe and the Screen Actors Guild Award for best actress at each ceremony.

Gwyneth Paltrow picked up her first Golden Globe, SAG Award and Academy Award nominations in 1999 for her work in “Shakespeare in Love.” The actress also swept awards season that year, winning the best actress trophy during each telecast.

Jamie Foxx took home best actor accolades for his work portraying Ray Charles in the film “Ray.” That performance nabbed the actor an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a SAG Award in 2005.

English star Eddie Redmayne won the big three for his work in “The Theory of Everything” in 2015. He took home the best actor trophy at the 87th Annual Academy Awards, the SAG Awards and the Golden Globe Awards that year.

From “American Idol” contestant to awards season darling! Jennifer Hudson cleaned up when it came to acting accolades in 2007, winning a best actress trophy at the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Oscars for her performance in the musical “Dreamgirls.”

After playing self-destructive alcoholic Ben Sanderson in “Leaving Las Vegas,” Nicolas Cage received rave reviews and, later, esteemed prizes. The actor took home top honors for best actor at the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Academy Awards in 1996.

Octavia Spencer impressed audiences and critics with her performance in “The Help,” winning the best supporting actress prize at the Oscars, the SAG Awards and the Golden Globe Awards in 2012.

For his performance in “No Country for Old Men,” Javier Bardem picked up best supporting actor prizes at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Academy Awards during the 2008 awards season.

Renee Zellweger won an Oscar for best supporting actress during the Academy Awards telecast in 2004 for her work in “Cold Mountain.” The actress was also named best supporting actress at the Golden Globe Awards and the Screen Actors Guild Awards earlier that year.

Mo’Nique proved she was a triple threat when she took home statues for best supporting actress in 2010 at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Oscars for her performance in “Precious.”

Brie Larson was all smiles during the 2016 award season. She snagged the best actress Golden Globe, Oscar and SAG Award for her performance as kidnapping victim Joy Newsome in “Room.”

The late Philip Seymour Hoffman took home best actor trophies at the SAG Awards, Golden Globe Awards and Academy Awards in 2006 for his portrayal of Truman Capote in “Capote.”

Colin Firth cleaned up during the 2011 awards season, taking home three best actor prizes from the Golden Globes, Oscars and SAG Awards for his performance in “The King’s Speech.”

She was nearly unrecognizable while in character, but Charlize Theron still received plenty of attention for her work in “Monster.” The actress took home the best actress Golden Globe, Oscar and Screen Actors Guild trophies in 2004 for her portrayal of real-life serial killer Aileen Wuornos.

Julianne Moore couldn’t hold back her excitement in 2015 thanks to her major award wins. The star won the best actress SAG Award, Academy Award and Golden Globe for her performance as Alzheimer’s patient Alice Howland in “Still Alice.”

English actress Helen Mirren was a true triple threat during awards season in 2007 thanks to her performance as Queen Elizabeth II in “The Queen.” She took home the best actress prize at the Academy Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards and Golden Globe Awards.

Jack Nicholson happens to be the most-nominated man in Academy Awards history, with 12 nods and three wins under his belt. But in 1998, Jack set a different awards record when he took home the best actor Golden Globe, SAG Award and Academy Award for his work in “As Good As It Gets.”

Sandra Bullock received heaps of praise for her portrayal of real-life tough lady Leigh Anne Tuohy in the critically acclaimed 2009 film “The Blind Side.” The following year, the star swept awards season, scoring a best actress Golden Globe, SAG Award and Oscar for her performance in the emotional drama.

Heath Ledger’s performance as the Joker in 2008’s “The Dark Knight” led to intense acclaim, but Heath was never able to experience it, as he tragically passed away from an accidental drug overdose in January 2008. The Australian star posthumously won the Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award and Academy Award for best supporting actor in 2009.

Hilary Swank delivered a phenomenal performance in 2004’s “Million Dollar Baby” playing an underdog amateur boxer trying to make it as a professional. The next year, Hilary took home accolades for her work in the form of best actress trophies at the Golden Globes, the SAG Awards and the Academy Awards.

In 2007, Forest Whitaker picked up best actor accolades at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Oscars for his performance in “The Last King of Scotland.”

Kate Winslet won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her work in 2008’s “The Reader” in 2009, but they weren’t all in the same category. In an awards season twist, Kate picked up a best actress Oscar for her work in the film, but a best supporting actress Golden Globe and SAG Award for the same performance. And in an even more fascinating bit of trivia, she won a second best actress Golden Globe that very same year for an entirely different performance: the long-suffering wife in “Revolutionary Road.”

Benicio Del Toro dominated the best supporting actor categories in 2001 at the Golden Globes and Academy Awards for his work in the dramatic film “Traffic.” At the Screen Actors Guild Awards that year, his peers found him worthy of the best actor trophy for the same role.

Jeff Bridges took home a best actor Golden Globe Award, Academy Award and SAG Award in 2010 for his portrayal of Otis “Bad” Blake in “Crazy Heart.”

Helen Hunt dominated awards season in 1998, winning the best actress prize at the Golden Globes, Academy Awards and SAG Awards for her work as Carol Connelly in “As Good as It Gets.”

British actor Christian Bale won best supporting actor trophies at the Golden Globes and SAG Awards in 2011 before taking home an Oscar at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards for his portrayal of Dick Eklund in “The Fighter.”

Austrian-German actor Christoph Waltz impressed audiences worldwide with his portrayal of SS Colonel Hans Landa in “Inglourious Basterds.” He went on to win the best supporting actor prize at the Academy Awards, Golden Globes and SAG Awards in 2010.

Christopher Plummer won the best supporting actor award for his performance in “Beginners” at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards, Golden Globe Awards and Academy Awards.

Daniel Day-Lewis is such a phenomenal actor, he won the Triple Crown not once but twice! The English actor was named best actor at the Oscars, Golden Globes and SAG Awards in 2008 for his performance in “There Will Be Blood” and in 2013 for his work in “Lincoln.”

Geoffrey Rush took home the best actor trophy at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Golden Globe Awards and the Academy Awards in 1997 for his performance in “Shine.”

Tim Robbins was a triple winner in 2004, taking home the best supporting actor award at the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Academy Awards for his work in “Mystic River.”

Matthew McConaughey surprised audiences and critics alike with his incredible portrayal of Ron Woodroof in “Dallas Buyers Club.” The native Texan won the best actor award at the 71st Annual Golden Globes, the SAG Awards and the Academy Awards in 2014.

Jared Leto also won big for his work in “Dallas Buyers Club,” taking home the best supporting actor award at the Oscars, the Golden Globe Awards and the SAG Awards in 2014.

Anne Hathaway was the queen of award season in 2013! The talented star won the best supporting actress Academy Award, Golden Globe and SAG Award for her performance as Fantine in “Les Miserables.”

Patricia Arquette was a force to be reckoned with during the 2015 award season. The star won the SAG Award, Golden Globe and Academy Award for her performance in the coming-of-age drama “Boyhood.”

J.K. Simmons was a major winner in 2015, taking home the best supporting actor Oscar, SAG Award and Golden Globe for his performance in “Whiplash.”

















































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