Blogger Releases Complete List Of Greek Golden Globe Winners

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The 71st annual Golden Globes marked the beginning of awards season last night. I’ve always loved awards season. It gives us a few extra bitchin’ episodes of Fashion Police, a boost of confidence as we watch America’s most rich, famous, and beautiful tweak out, and as always, a little bit of juicy gossip. Last night’s best moment, for me, came by way of Tina Fey, as she hurled a passive aggressive dig at Taylor Swift while congratulating Amy Poehler on her Golden Globe for “Best Actress in a TV Series – Comedy.” Fey said, and I quote, “I just want to say congratulations to my friend Amy Poehler. I love you. There’s a special place in hell for you,” in reference to Taylor Swift’s bitchfit about the pair last year.

Beautiful.

The Globes also gave us something else, though: competition. As Greeks, we are all too familiar with it. Fran Becque, self-proclaimed fraternity history fanatic knows this better than anyone. In honor of last night’s awards show, she compiled a list of every Greek Golden Globe winner to grace Hollywood since the award show’s commencement in 1944. She uploaded the list to her blog fraternityhistory.com which, as the name would suggest, is dedicated to fraternity history. Definitely worth breezing through if you have a chance.

To add another factor to the all-Greek dick-measuring contest, all Golden Globe winners of all time are below.

Best Film Director
1945 – Leo McCarey, Delta Chi, Going My Way
1970 – Paul Newman, Phi Kappa Tau, Rachel Rachel
1981 – Robert Redford, Kappa Sigma, Ordinary People
1982 – Warren Beatty, Sigma Chi, Reds
1991 – Kevin Costner, Delta Chi, Dances with Wolves
1994 – Steven Spielberg, Theta Chi, Schindler’s List
1999 – Steven Spielberg, Theta Chi, Saving Private Ryan

Best Actor Motion Picture – Drama
1952 – Fredric March, Alpha Delta Phi, Death of a Salesman
1965 – Sidney Poitier, Alpha Phi Alpha, Lilies of the Field
1970 – John Wayne, Sigma Chi, True Grit
2001 – Denzel Washington, Omega Phi Psi, The Hurricane

Best Actor Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
1958 – Frank Sinatra, Alpha Phi Delta (Honorary member), Pal Joey
1979 – Warren Beatty, Sigma Chi, Heaven Can Wait

Best Actress Motion Picture Drama
1944 – Jennifer Jones, Kappa Alpha Theta, The Song of Bernadette
1958 – Joanne Woodward, Chi Omega, The Three Faces of Eve
1969 – Joanne Woodward, Chi Omega, Rachel, Rachel
1975 – Gena Rowlands, Kappa Kappa Gamma, A Woman Under the Influence
1977 – Faye Dunaway, Pi Beta Phi, Network
1991 – Kathy Bates, Alpha Delta Pi, Misery

Best Actress Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
1976 – Ann-Margret, Kappa Alpha Theta, Tommy
1995 – Angela Bassett, Delta Sigma Theta (Honorary Member), What’s Love Got to Do With It

Best Supporting Actor Motion Picture
1954 – Frank Sinatra, Alpha Phi Delta (Honorary member), From Here to Eternity
1956 – Arthur Kennedy, Phi Kappa Psi, Trial
1959 – Burl Ives, Phi Sigma Kappa, The Big Country
1980 – Melvyn Douglas, Zeta Beta Tau, Being There
1991 – Denzel Washington, Omega Psi Phi, Glory
1996 – Brad Pitt, Sigma Chi, 12 Monkeys
1998 – Burt Reynolds, Phi Delta Theta, Boogie Nights

Best Supporting Actress Motion Picture
1957 – Ellen Heckart, Pi Beta Phi, The Bad Seed
1972 – Ann-Margret, Kappa Alpha Theta, Carnal Knowledge

Best Screenplay
1951 – Joseph Mankiewicz, Phi Sigma Delta, All About Eve

Cecil B. DeMille Award
1966 – John Wayne, Sigma Chi
1971 – Frank Sinatra, Alpha Phi Delta (Honorary member)
1984 – Paul Newman, Phi Kappa Tau
1994 – Robert Redford, Kappa Sigma
2002 – Harrison Ford, Sigma Nu
2007 – Warren Beatty, Sigma Chi
2009 – Steven Spielberg, Theta Chi

Best Actor in a Television Series Drama
1970 – Mike Conners, Phi Delta Theta, Mannix
1971 – Peter Graves, Phi Kappa Psi, Mission: Impossible
1972 – Robert Young, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Marcus Welby, M.D.
1985 – Tom Selleck, Sigma Chi, Magnum, P.I.
1992 – Scott Bakula, Phi Gamma Delta, Quantum Leap

Best Actor in a Television Series or Musical
1972 – Carroll O’Connor, Sigma Phi Epsilon, All in the Family
1984 – John Ritter, Phi Gamma Delta, Three’s Company
1985 – Bill Cosby, Omega Psi Phi, The Cosby Show
1986 – Bill Cosby, Omega Psi Phi, The Cosby Show
1988 – Dabney Coleman, Phi Delta Theta, The Slap Maxwell Story
1992 – Burt Reynolds, Phi Delta Theta, Evening Shade
1993 – John Goodman, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Roseanne
2011 – Jim Parsons, Pi Kappa Alpha, The Big Bang Theory

Best Actress in a Television Series Drama
1972 – Patricia Neal, Pi Beta Phi, The Homecoming: A Christmas Story
1998 – Christine Lahti, Delta Gamma, Chicago Hope
2001 – Sela Ward, Chi Omega, Once and Again
2002– Jennifer Garner, Pi Beta Phi, Alias
2005 – Mariska Hargitay, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Law & Order, Special Victims Unit

Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy
1967 – Marlo Thomas, Kappa Alpha Theta, That Girl
1989 – Candice Bergen, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Murphy Brown
1992 – Candice Bergen, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Murphy Brown

Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
1987 – James Woods, Theta Delta Chi, Promise
1989 – Stacy Keach, Psi Upsilon, Hemingway
1992 – Beau Bridges, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Without Warning: The James Brady Story(James Brady, Sigma Chi)
2001 – Brian Dennehy, Sigma Chi, Death of a Salesman
2013 – Kevin Costner, Delta Chi, Hatfields & McCoys

Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
1984 – Ann Margret, Kappa Alpha Theta, Who Will Love My Children?
1985 – Ann-Margret, Kappa Alpha Theta, A Streetcar Named Desire
1988 – Gena Rowlands, Kappa Kappa Gamma, The Betty Ford Story
1990 – Christine Lahti, Delta Gamma, No Place Like Home
1995 – Joanne Woodward, Chi Omega, Breathing Lessons

Best Supporting Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
1974 – McLean Stevenson, Phi Gamma Delta, M*A*S*H
1976 – Tim Conway, Phi Delta Theta, The Carol Burnett Show
1994 – Beau Bridges, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom
2006 – Paul Newman, Phi Kappa Tau, Empire Falls

Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television
1986 – Faye Dunaway, Pi Beta Phi, Ellis Island
1995 – Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Delta Gamma, Seinfeld
1998 – Kathy Bates, Alpha Delta Pi, The Late Shift
2000 – Faye Dunaway, Pi Beta Phi, Gia

New Star of the Year – Actor (The award was discontinued in 1983; some years had multiple winners)
1955 – George Nader, Phi Gamma Delta
1955 – Jeff Richards, Sigma Chi
1957 – Anthony Perkins, Kappa Alpha Order
1957 – Paul Newman, Phi Kappa Tau
1958 – Patrick Wayne, Alpha Delta Gamma
1959 – John Gavin, Chi Psi
1962 – Warren Beatty, Sigma Chi
1966 – Robert Redford, Kappa Sigma

New Star of the Year – Actress (The award was discontinued in 1983; some years had multiple winners)
1962 – Ann-Margret, Kappa Alpha Theta
1965 – Mary Ann Mobley, Chi Omega

[via Fraternity History]

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