List of awards and nominations received by Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Schwarzenegger's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Arnold Schwarzenegger is an Austrian-American actor who has appeared in multiple film roles. Throughout his career, Schwarzenegger has been nominated for and won various awards including a Golden Globe Award, several Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, a Razzie Award, and a MTV Movie Award.

Awards and nominations[edit]

"I do movies people like to see. It's that simple. You try to make sure the movies are memorable. Not just another movie. You've got to have a feeling for hipness. You milk certain lines. 'Hasta la vista, baby,' or, 'I lied.' You go a little over the top. People love it. Kids love it. And you do some athletic stuff, some fitness, and people think you're cool."

–Schwarzenegger reacting to his career as an actor.[1]
Saturn Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1985 The Terminator[2] Nominated Saturn Award Best Actor
1988 Predator
1991 Total Recall
1992 Terminator 2: Judgment Day
1994 Last Action Hero
1995 True Lies
2001 The 6th Day
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1998 Batman & Robin Nominated Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favorite Supporting Actor – Sci-Fi
2000 End of Days Nominated Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favorite Actor – Action/Science Fiction
Golden Globe Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1977 Stay Hungry Won Golden Globe Best Acting Debut in a Motion Picture – Male
1995 Junior Nominated Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical

"If anybody asked me about getting to the top in acting and making movies — becoming like a Clint Eastwood or a Warren Beatty or a Burt Reynolds — people would say, 'Do you know what it takes to get there? How are you going to do it?' I didn't have an answer. But something was in me that made me feel like it was going to happen."

–Schwarzenegger on his desire to become an actor.[3]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1988 The Running Man Nominated Kids' Choice Award Favorite Movie Actor
1988 The Running Man Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Movie Actor
1989 Twins Won Kids' Choice Award Favorite Movie Actor
1991 Kindergarten Cop Won Blimp Award Favorite Movie Actor
MTV Movie Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1992 Terminator 2: Judgment Day Won MTV Movie Award Best Male Performance
1995 True Lies Nominated MTV Movie Award Best Kiss
Best Dance Sequence
Razzie Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1983 Conan the Barbarian Nominated Razzie Award Worst Actor
1994 Last Action Hero
1998 Batman & Robin Worst Supporting Actor
2000 End of Days Worst Actor
2001 The 6th Day
Worst Supporting Actor
Worst Screen Couple
2005 Around the World in 80 Days Worst Supporting Actor
2005 - Won Worst Razzie Loser of Our First 25 Years
Teen Choice Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
2004 Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines Nominated Teen Choice Award Choice Movie Actor – Drama/Action Adventure

Special awards[edit]

Year Ceremony Award
1985 ShoWest Convention Special Award – International Star of the Year
1987 Hollywood Walk of Fame Motion picture camera star (1,847th star)
1992 Saturn Awards Life Career Award
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Hall of Fame
1993 ShoWest Convention Special Award – International Star of the Decade
1996 Bambi Film – International
Golden Apple Awards Male Star of the Year
1997 ShoWest Convention Humanitarian Award
Caméra d'Or Best International Actor
1998 American Cinematheque Gala Tribute American Cinematheque Award
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards World Artist Award
2001 Taurus World Stunt Awards Taurus Honorary Award
2004 Cinequest Film Festival Maverick Tribute Award
2014 Empire Awards Action Hero of Our Lifetime Award

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Weinraub, Bernard (March 4, 1993). "On the Set With — Arnold Schwarzenegger; Big Guy. Big Star. Big Deal, Baby.". The New York Times. Retrieved February 19, 2009. 
  2. ^ Associated Press (February 21, 1985). "Burns nominated for special award". Rome News-Tribune. Retrieved February 19, 2009. 
  3. ^ Corliss, Richard (June 24, 2001). "Box-Office Brawn". Time. Retrieved February 19, 2009. 

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