List of awards and nominations received by Jared Leto

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Jared Leto awards and nominations
Jared Leto, San Diego Comic Con 2016 (2).jpg
Leto at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2016
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 68 119
References

This is a list of awards and nominations received by Jared Leto. In 2009, Leto returned to acting with Mr. Nobody. He was nominated for the Volpi Cup for Best Actor at the 66th Venice International Film Festival for his performance. As April 2017, Jared Leto has been nominated for 119 awards, winning 68. His awards in music are credited to him and fellow rock band members of Thirty Seconds to Mars

In 2013, Leto played HIV positive trans woman Rayon in Jean-Marc Vallée's film Dallas Buyers Club, his first film role in five years. The film was released in November 2013, receiving acclaim from reviewers and roused nominations for major awards. Leto won the Critics' Choice Movie Award, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and Academy Award—all of Best Supporting Actor.

Film awards[edit]

Major associations[edit]

AACTA Awards[edit]

Year Work Award Result
2013 Dallas Buyers Club Best Supporting Actor - International Nominated

Academy Awards[edit]

Year Work Award Result
2013 Dallas Buyers Club Best Supporting Actor Won

Critics' Choice Movie Awards[edit]

Year Work Award Result
2013 Dallas Buyers Club Best Supporting Actor Won

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Year Work Award Result
2013 Dallas Buyers Club Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Won

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

Year Work Award Result
2013 Dallas Buyers Club Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Won

Other awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year Category Nominated work Result
African-American Film Critics Association 2014[1] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2013[2] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Austin Film Critics Association 2013[3] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Awards Circuit Community Awards 2014[4] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Black Film Critics Circle 2013[5] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Boston Online Film Critics Association 2013[6] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Boston Society of Film Critics 2013[7] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Runner-up
Bravo Otto Awards 1996 Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series My So-Called Life Nominated
Central Ohio Film Critics Association 2014[8] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Runner-up
Chicago Film Critics Association 2013[9] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 2013[10] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Denver Film Critics Society 2014[11] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Detroit Film Critics Society 2013[12] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Dorian Awards 2014[13] Film Performance of the Year – Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
First Half of the Year Awards 2008[14] Best Actor in a Leading Role Chapter 27 Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle 2013[15] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Georgia Film Critics Association 2014[16] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Gold Derby Film Awards 2014[17] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Golden Raspberry Awards 2017[18] Worst Supporting Actor Suicide Squad Nominated
Gotham Awards 2012[19] Audience Award Artifact Won
Guardian Film Awards 2014[20] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Hollywood Film Awards 2013[21] Breakout Performance Dallas Buyers Club Won
Houston Film Critics Society 2013[22] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Independent Spirit Awards 2014[23] Best Supporting Male Dallas Buyers Club Won
International Cinephile Society 2014[24] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Italian Online Movie Awards 2014[25] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Best Cast Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Jupiter Awards 2017 Best International Actor Suicide Squad Nominated
Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2013[26] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
London Film Critics' Circle 2014[27] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 2013[28] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Mill Valley Film Festival 2013[29] Spotlight Award Dallas Buyers Club Won
MTV Movie Awards 2014[30] Best On-Screen Duo Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Best On-Screen Transformation Dallas Buyers Club Won
2017[31] Best Villain Suicide Squad Nominated
National Society of Film Critics 2014[32] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Runner-up
Nevada Film Critics Society 2013[33] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
New York Film Critics Circle 2000[34] Best Actor Requiem for a Dream Nominated
2013[35] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
New York Film Critics Online 2013[36] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
North Carolina Film Critics Association 2014[37] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
North Texas Film Critics Association 2014[38] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle 2014[39] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Online Film Critics Society 2000[40] Best Ensemble Requiem for a Dream Nominated
2013[41] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Phoenix Film Critics Society 2013[42] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
San Diego Film Critics Society 2013[43] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2013[44] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival 2010[45] Best Performance Mr. Nobody Won
Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2014[46] Virtuosos Award Dallas Buyers Club Won
Satellite Awards 1998[47] Outstanding Motion Picture Ensemble The Thin Red Line Won
2014[48] Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Dallas Buyers Club Won
Southeastern Film Critics Association 2013[49] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 2013[50] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Toronto Film Critics Association 2013[51] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Toronto International Film Festival 2012[52] People's Choice Award for Best Documentary Artifact Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2014[53] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Venice Film Festival 2009[54] Volpi Cup for Best Actor Mr. Nobody Nominated
Village Voice Film Poll 2013[55] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2013[56] Best Supporting Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Zurich Film Festival 2007[21] Best Performance Chapter 27 Won

Music awards[edit]

Award Year Category Nominated work Result
Camerimage 2013[57] Best Music Video "Up in the Air" Nominated
CMA Wild and Young Awards 2010[58] Best International Music Video "Closer to the Edge" Won
Fuse Awards 2010[59] Best Video "Kings and Queens" Nominated
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2006[60] Best Video Inspired By Film "The Kill" Won
Prince of Darkness Won
Kerrang! Awards 2008[61] Best Video "A Beautiful Lie" Nominated
2010[62] Best Video "Kings and Queens" Nominated
2011[63] Best Video "Hurricane" Nominated
2012[64] Hero of the Year Nominated
2013[65] Best Video "Up in the Air" Nominated
2014[66] Best Video "City of Angels" Nominated
MTV Asia Awards 2008[67] Best Video "A Beautiful Lie" Won
Loudwire Music Awards 2014[68] Best Rock Video "City of Angels" Won
MTV Australia Awards 2007[69] Best Rock Video "The Kill" Won
Video of the Year Won
Viewer's Choice Nominated
MTV Buzzworthy 2011[70] Video of the Year "Hurricane" Won
MTV Europe Music Awards 2008[71] Best Video "A Beautiful Lie" Won
2010[72] Best Video "Kings and Queens" Nominated
2013[73] Best Video "Up in the Air" Nominated
MTV Fan Music Awards 2011[74] Best Fashion Nominated
Best Group Video "Hurricane" Won
MTV Video Music Awards 2006[75] Best Rock Video "The Kill" Nominated
MTV2 Award Won
2010[76] Best Direction "Kings and Queens" Nominated
Best Rock Video Won
Video of the Year Nominated
2011[77] Best Direction "Hurricane" Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
2013[78] Best Rock Video "Up in the Air" Won
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2014[79] Best Group Video "Up in the Air" Won
MTVU Woodie Awards 2006[80] Best Video Woodie – Live Action "The Kill" Won
NME Awards 2011[81] Hottest Male Nominated
2012[81] Best Book Notes from the Outernet Nominated
Hottest Male Won
O Music Awards 2011[82] NSFW Music Video "Hurricane" Won
Rock on Request Awards 2007[83] Best Frontman Won
Best Video "From Yesterday" Won
Best Screamer Won
2008[84] Best Frontman Won
Best Video "A Beautiful Lie" Won
2009[85] Best Frontman Won
Best Video "Kings and Queens" Won
TMF Awards 2008[86] Best International Video "A Beautiful Lie" Nominated
TRL Awards 2011[87] Best Look Nominated
Virgin Media Music Awards 2007[88] Best Video "The Kill" Nominated
Most Fanciable Male Nominated
Yahoo! Music Australia 2007[89] Greatest Epic Video of All Time "From Yesterday" Won

Miscellaneous awards and honors[edit]

Award Year Category Result
Breakthrough of the Year Awards 2006[90] Crossover Artist Won
GQ Awards 2011[91] GQ Style Award Won
Shorty Awards 2016[92] Best Actor in Social Media Nominated

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