List of awards and nominations received by Jessica Chastain

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Jessica Chastain awards and nominations
Jessica Chastain is posing for the camera
Chastain at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival
Wins 50
Runner-up 3
Nominations 121

Jessica Chastain is an American actress. She made her film debut with the 2008 independent drama Jolene, for which she won a Best Actress award at the Seattle International Film Festival.[1] Her breakthrough came in 2011 when she starred in six films, and gained acclaim for her performances in Take Shelter, The Tree of Life, and The Help.[2][3] The supporting role of an aspiring socialite in The Help earned her nominations for the Academy Award, BAFTA Award, and Golden Globe.[4][5] The following year, Chastain played the leading role of a CIA agent in Kathryn Bigelow's thriller Zero Dark Thirty, which won her the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama and the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress. She also received Oscar and BAFTA nominations.[5][6]

The part of an unrelenting wife in the crime film A Most Violent Year (2014) gained Chastain the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress and another Golden Globe nomination.[7][8] For playing an astrophysicist in Christopher Nolan's science fiction film Interstellar (2014) and a mysterious woman in Guillermo del Toro's gothic horror film Crimson Peak (2015),[9][10] she received nominations for the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress, winning the award for the latter.[11][12] Also in 2015, she received a nomination for the Saturn Award for Best Actress for her role as an astronaut in the science fiction film The Martian.[10][13] Further Golden Globe nominations came for her portrayals of strong-willed titular characters in the dramas Miss Sloane (2016) and Molly's Game (2017).[14][15]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award/Organization Year Category Work Result Ref(s)
AACTA Awards 2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [16]
Academy Awards 2012 Best Supporting Actress The Help Nominated [17]
2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [18]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2012 Best Supporting Actress The Help Nominated [19]
2012 Best Ensemble Cast The Help Nominated [19]
2012 Best Breakthrough Performance The Tree of Life Nominated [19]
2012 Outstanding Achievement By A Woman In The Film Industry Won [20]
2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [21]
2013 Humanitarian Activism – Female Icon Award Zero Dark Thirty Won [21]
2013 Unforgettable Moment Award Zero Dark Thirty Won[d] [21]
2016 Bravest Performance Award Miss Sloane Nominated [22]
Austin Film Critics Association 2011 Best Supporting Actress Take Shelter Won [23]
2011 Breakthrough Artist Award Coriolanus
The Debt
The Help
Take Shelter
Texas Killing Fields
The Tree of Life
Won [23]
Black Reel Awards 2012 Outstanding Ensemble The Help Won [24]
British Academy Film Awards 2012 Best Actress in a Supporting Role The Help Nominated [25]
2013 Best Actress in a Leading Role Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [26]
Chicago Film Critics Association 2011 Best Supporting Actress The Tree of Life Won [27]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [28]
2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [29]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2012 Best Supporting Actress The Help Nominated [30]
2012 Best Acting Ensemble The Help Won [30]
2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [6]
2015 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [31]
2015 MVP Award The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby
Interstellar
Miss Julie
A Most Violent Year
Won [31]
2018 Best Actress Molly's Game Nominated [32]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [33]
2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year 4th place [34]
Deauville American Film Festival 2011 New Hollywood Award Won [35]
2014 Career Tribute Won [36]
Detroit Film Critics Society 2011 Best Supporting Actress Take Shelter Nominated [37]
2011 Best Ensemble The Help Nominated [37]
2011 Breakthrough Performance The Help
Take Shelter
The Tree of Life
Won [38]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [39]
2017 Best Actress Molly's Game Nominated [40]
Dorian Awards 2012 We're Wilde About You Rising Star Award Nominated [41]
2013 Film Performance of the Year – Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [42]
Dublin Film Critics Circle 2011 Best Actress The Tree of Life Won [43]
2011 International Breakthrough The Help
Take Shelter
The Tree of Life
Won [43]
Empire Awards 2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [44]
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2016 Best Supporting Actress Crimson Peak Won [45]
Florida Film Critics Circle 2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [46]
2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [47]
Golden Globe Awards 2012 Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture The Help Nominated [48]
2013 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Zero Dark Thirty Won [49]
2015 Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture A Most Violent Year Nominated [50]
2017 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Miss Sloane Nominated [51]
2018 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Molly's Game Nominated [52]
Georgia Film Critics Association 2012 Best Supporting Actress The Tree of Life Won [53]
2012 Breakthrough Awards Won [53]
2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [54]
2015 Best Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [55]
2018 Best Actress Molly's Game Nominated [56]
Gotham Awards 2011 Best Ensemble Performance Take Shelter Nominated [57]
Hollywood Film Awards 2011 Ensemble of the Year The Help Won [58]
Houston Film Critics Society 2011 Best Supporting Actress The Help Nominated [59]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [60]
2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [61]
Independent Spirit Awards 2012 Best Supporting Female Take Shelter Nominated [62]
2015 Best Supporting Female A Most Violent Year Nominated [63]
Irish Film & Television Academy 2015 International Actress Miss Julie Nominated [64]
London Film Critics Circle 2011 Supporting Actress of the Year The Help Nominated [65]
2012 Actress of the Year Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [66]
2014 Supporting Actress of the Year A Most Violent Year Nominated [67]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 2011 Best Supporting Actress Coriolanus
The Debt
The Help
Take Shelter
Texas Killing Fields
The Tree of Life
Won [68]
MTV Movie Awards 2012 Best Cast The Help Nominated [69]
2013 Best Scared-As-S**t Performance Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [70]
2014 Best Scared-As-S**t Performance Mama Nominated [71]
National Board of Review 2011 Best Cast The Help Won [72]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [73]
2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Won [7]
National Society of Film Critics 2012 Best Supporting Actress The Help
Take Shelter
The Tree of Life
Won [74]
2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Runner-up[e] [75]
New York Film Critics Circle 2011 Best Supporting Actress The Help
Take Shelter
The Tree of Life
Won [76]
New York Film Critics Online 2011 Breakthrough Performer The Debt
The Help
Take Shelter
The Tree of Life
Won [77]
Online Film Critics Society 2012 Best Supporting Actress The Tree of Life Won [78]
2012 Best Breakthrough Performance Won [78]
2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [79]
2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [80]
Palm Springs International Film Festival 2011 Spotlight Award Coriolanus
The Debt
The Help
Take Shelter
The Tree of Life
Won [81]
2018 Chairman's Award Molly's Game Won [82]
San Diego Film Critics Society 2011 Body of Work Won [83]
2011 Best Supporting Actress The Help Nominated [84]
2011 Best Ensemble The Help Nominated [84]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [85]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [86]
Satellite Awards 2011 Best Supporting Actress The Tree of Life Won [87]
2011 Best Ensemble – Motion Picture The Help Won [88]
2012 Best Actress – Motion Picture Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [89]
2018 Best Actress – Motion Picture Molly's Game Nominated [90]
Saturn Awards 2012 Best Actress Take Shelter Nominated [91]
2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [92]
2015 Best Supporting Actress Interstellar Nominated [11]
2016 Best Actress The Martian Nominated [13]
2016 Best Supporting Actress Crimson Peak Won [12]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2012 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role The Help Nominated [93]
2012 Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture The Help Won [93]
2013 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [94]
Seattle International Film Festival 2008 Best Actress Jolene Won [95]
St. Louis Film Critics Association 2011 Best Supporting Actress The Tree of Life Nominated [59]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [33]
2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [96]
Teen Choice Awards 2016 Choice Movie Actress: Drama The Martian Nominated [97]
2016 Choice Movie: Liplock The Huntsman: Winter's War Nominated [97]
Toronto Film Critics Association 2011 Best Supporting Actress Take Shelter Won [98]
2011 Best Supporting Actress The Tree of Life Runner-up[f] [98]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Runner-up[g] [99]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2012 Best Supporting Actress The Help
Take Shelter
The Tree of Life
Won [100]
2013 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [101]
2015 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [102]
Venice Film Festival 2011 Gucci Award for Women in Cinema The Tree of Life Won [103]
Village Voice Film Poll 2011 Best Supporting Actress Take Shelter 3rd place [104]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty 3rd place [105]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2011 Best Ensemble The Help Nominated [106]
2012 Best Ensemble Zero Dark Thirty Nominated [107]
2012 Best Actress Zero Dark Thirty Won [107]
2014 Best Supporting Actress A Most Violent Year Nominated [108]
Women Film Critics Circle 2011 Best Female Ensemble The Help Won [109]
2011 Best Actress The Debt
The Help
Nominated [109]
2014 Woman's Right To Male Roles In Movies Interstellar Won [110]
2017 The Invisible Woman Award The Zookeeper's Wife Nominated [111]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner, as they may recognize several recipients and have runners-up. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in the awards tally.
  2. ^ Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.
  3. ^ Organizations without a Wikipedia page are not included in list of accolades.
  4. ^ Tied with Anne Hathaway for Les Misérables
  5. ^ Tied with Jennifer Lawrence for Silver Linings Playbook
  6. ^ Tied with Shailene Woodley for The Descendants
  7. ^ Tied with Emmanuelle Riva for Amour

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