48th Golden Globe Awards

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48th Golden Globe Awards

January 19, 1991


Picture - Drama:
Dances With Wolves


Picture - Musical or Comedy:
Green Card


TV Series - Drama:
Twin Peaks


TV Series - Musical or Comedy:
Cheers

The 48th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television for 1990, were held on January 19, 1991.

Winners[edit]

Film[edit]

Best Actor - Drama[edit]

Jeremy Irons - Reversal of Fortune

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Gérard Depardieu - Green Card

Best Actress - Drama[edit]

Kathy Bates - Misery

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Julia Roberts - Pretty Woman

Best Director[edit]

Kevin Costner - Dances with Wolves

Best Film - Drama[edit]

Dances with Wolves

Best Film - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Green Card

Best Foreign Language Film[edit]

Cyrano de Bergerac, France

Best Original Score[edit]

"The Sheltering Sky" - Ryuichi Sakamoto and Richard Horowitz

Best Original Song[edit]

"Blaze of Glory" performed by Jon Bon Jovi - Young Guns II

Best Screenplay[edit]

Dances with Wolves - Michael Blake

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Bruce Davison - Longtime Companion

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Whoopi Goldberg - Ghost

Television[edit]

Best Actor - Drama Series[edit]

Kyle MacLachlan - Twin Peaks

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy Series[edit]

Ted Danson - Cheers

Best Actor - Miniseries or television film[edit]

James Garner - Decoration Day

Best Actress - Drama Series[edit]

Sharon Gless - The Trials of Rosie O'Neill
Patricia Wettig - thirtysomething

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series[edit]

Kirstie Alley - Cheers

Best Actress - Miniseries or television film[edit]

Barbara Hershey - A Killing in a Small Town

Best Series - Drama[edit]

Twin Peaks

Best Series - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Cheers

Best Miniseries or television film[edit]

Decoration Day

Best Supporting Actor - Series, Miniseries or television film[edit]

Charles Durning - The Kennedys of Massachusetts

Best Supporting Actress - Series, Miniseries or television film[edit]

Piper Laurie - Twin Peaks

See also[edit]