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60th Golden Globe Awards


60th Golden Globe Awards

Golden Globe Awards

January 19, 2003

Picture - Drama:
The Hours

Picture - Comedy or Musical:

TV Series - Drama:
The Shield

TV Series - Musical or Comedy:
Curb Your Enthusiasm

The 60th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television for 2002, were held on January 19, 2003 in the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, California.

Winners and nominees


Best Actor - Drama

Jack NicholsonAbout Schmidt

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy

Richard GereChicago

Best Actress - Drama

Nicole KidmanThe Hours

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy

Renée ZellwegerChicago

Best Director

Martin ScorseseGangs of New York

Best Film - Drama

The Hours

Best Film - Musical or Comedy


Best Foreign Language Film

Talk to Her (Hable con ella)Spain

Best Original Score

"Frida" – Elliot Goldenthal

Best Original Song

"The Hands That Built America" performed by U2Gangs of New York

Best Screenplay

About SchmidtAlexander Payne and Jim Taylor

Best Supporting Actor

Chris CooperAdaptation.

Best Supporting Actress

Meryl StreepAdaptation.


Best Actor - Drama Series

Michael ChiklisThe Shield

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy Series

Tony ShalhoubMonk

Best Actor - Miniseries or TV Film

Albert FinneyThe Gathering Storm

Best Actress - Drama Series

Edie FalcoThe Sopranos

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series

Jennifer AnistonFriends

Best Actress - Miniseries or TV Movie

Uma ThurmanHysterical Blindness

Best Drama Series

The Shield

Best Series - Musical or Comedy

Curb Your Enthusiasm

Best Miniseries or TV Film

The Gathering Storm

Best Supporting Actor - Series, Miniseries or TV Film

Donald SutherlandPath to War

Best Supporting Actress - Series, Miniseries or TV Film

Kim CattrallSex and the City

Cecil B. De Mille Award

Award breakdown



See also


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