List of awards and nominations received by Julianne Moore

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Julianne Moore awards and nominations
Julianne Moore Cannes 2015.jpg Moore at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival
Award Wins Nominations
Academy Awards
1 5
British Academy Film Awards
1 4
Critics' Choice Movie Awards
2 5
Emmy Awards
2 2
Golden Globe Awards
2 9
Screen Actors Guild Awards
2 11
Wins 78
Nominations 169

The following is a list of awards and nominations received by film and television actress Julianne Moore.

Among her numerous competitive awards, she has won an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award, a Daytime Emmy Award, a Primetime Emmy Award, two Golden Globe Awards, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards. She is one of only two actresses (the other is Juliette Binoche) to win the European "Best Actress Triple Crown" for wins at the Berlin, Cannes and Venice film festivals.

Awards and nominations[edit]

The tables below are ordered by awarding body, but can be sorted according to year, film, category, or result by clicking the arrow next to the column heading.

Film[edit]

Award Year[a] Film Category Result Ref.
Major associations
Academy Awards 1998 Boogie Nights Best Supporting Actress Nominated [1]
2000 The End of the Affair Best Actress Nominated [2]
2003 Far from Heaven Nominated [3]
The Hours Best Supporting Actress Nominated [3]
2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [4]
BAFTA Awards 2000 The End of the Affair Best Actress Nominated [5]
2003 The Hours Best Supporting Actress Nominated [6]
2011 The Kids Are All Right Best Actress Nominated [7]
2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [8]
Golden Globes 1998 Boogie Nights Best Supporting Actress Nominated [9]
2000 An Ideal Husband Best Actress – Comedy or Musical Nominated [9]
2000 The End of the Affair Best Actress – Drama Nominated [9]
2003 Far from Heaven Best Actress – Drama Nominated [9]
2010 A Single Man Best Supporting Actress Nominated [9]
2011 The Kids Are All Right Best Actress – Comedy or Musical Nominated [9]
2015 Still Alice Best Actress – Drama Won [9]
2015 Maps to the Stars Best Actress – Comedy or Musical Nominated [10]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 1997 Boogie Nights Best Supporting Actress Nominated [11]
1997 Boogie Nights Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [11]
1999 The End of the Affair Best Actress Nominated [12]
1999 Magnolia Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [12]
1999 Magnolia Best Supporting Actress Nominated [12]
2002 The Hours Best Supporting Actress Nominated [13]
2002 The Hours Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [13]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Nominated [13]
2010 The Kids Are All Right Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [14]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [15]
Other awards and nominations
AACTA International Awards 2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [16]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards 2011 The Kids Are All Right Female Focus Award – Actress Defying Age and Ageism Nominated [17]
2011 The Kids Are All Right Special Mention Award – Bravest Performance Nominated [17]
2011 The Kids Are All Right Special Mention Award – Best Depiction of Nudity, Sexuality, or Seduction Won [18]
2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [19]
2015 Still Alice Special Mention Award – Actress Defying Age and Ageism Nominated [20]
Berlin International Film Festival 2003 The Hours Best Actress (shared with Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep) Won [21]
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1998 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Favorite Actress – Sci-Fi Nominated [22]
2000 Magnolia Favorite Supporting Actress – Drama Nominated [23]
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 1994 Vanya on 42nd Street Best Actress Won [24]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Runner-up [25]
2010 The Kids Are All Right Best Ensemble Cast Runner-up [26]
Cannes Film Festival 2014 Maps to the Stars Best Actress Won [27]
Chicago Film Critics Association 1998 Boogie Nights Best Supporting Actress Nominated [28]
2000 An Ideal Husband Best Supporting Actress Nominated [29]
2000 The End of the Affair Best Actress Nominated [29]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [30]
2003 The Hours Best Supporting Actress Nominated [31]
2009 A Single Man Best Supporting Actress Nominated [32]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [33]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2003 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [34]
2003 The Hours Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [35]
2010 A Single Man Best Supporting Actress Nominated [36]
2011 The Kids Are All Right Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [37]
2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [38]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 2000 Cookie's Fortune Best Supporting Actress Won [39]
2003 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [40]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress 2nd Place [41]
Denver Film Critics Society Awards 2009 A Single Man Best Supporting Actress Nominated [42]
Detroit Film Critics Society 2014 Still Alice Best Actress Nominated [43]
Dorian Awards 2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [44]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle 2014 Maps to the Stars Best Actress 4th place [45]
2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [46]
Elle Women in Hollywood Awards 2002 Icon Award Won
Empire Awards 2004 Far from Heaven Best Actress Nominated [47]
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2014 Carrie Best Supporting Actress 3rd Place [48]
Florida Film Critics Circle 1997 Boogie Nights Best Supporting Actress Won [49]
1997 Boogie Nights Best Ensemble Cast Won [49]
1999 Magnolia Best Ensemble Cast Won [50]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [51]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress 2nd Place [52]
Golden Raspberry Awards 2016 Seventh Son Worst Supporting Actress Nominated
Gotham Awards 2002 Actor Award Won [53]
2010 The Kids Are All Right Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [54]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [55]
Hollywood Film Festival 2009 A Single Man Best Supporting Actress Won [56]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [57]
Houston Film Critics Society 2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [58]
Independent Spirit Awards 1993 Short Cuts Best Supporting Actress Nominated [59]
1995 Safe Best Actress Nominated [60]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [34]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [61]
International Online Film Critics' Poll 2014 Still Alice Best Actress Nominated [62]
Irish Film & Television Academy Awards 2015 Still Alice Best Actress (International) Won [63]
London Film Critics' Circle 2000 The End of the Affair Best Actress Nominated
2004 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [64]
2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [65]
2015 Maps to the Stars Best Actress Nominated [66]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 1997 Boogie Nights Best Supporting Actress Won [67]
2002 Far from Heaven / The Hours Best Actress Won [68]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Runner-up [69]
MTV Movie Awards 2001 Hannibal Best Kiss (shared with Anthony Hopkins) Nominated [70]
National Board of Review Awards 1999 An Ideal Husband / A Map of the World / Magnolia Best Supporting Actress Won [71]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [72]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [73]
National Society of Film Critics Awards 1998 Boogie Nights Best Supporting Actress Won [74]
2000 An Ideal Husband / A Map of the World / Magnolia / Cookie's Fortune Best Supporting Actress Runner-up [75]
2015 Still Alice Best Actress Runner-up [76]
New York Film Critics Circle 1995 Safe Best Actress 3rd Place
1999 The End of the Affair Best Actress Runner-up [77]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Runner-up
New York Film Critics Online Awards 2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [78]
Online Film Critics Society 1997 The Myth of Fingerprints Best Supporting Actress Nominated [79]
1999 Magnolia Best Supporting Actress Nominated [80]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [81]
2009 A Single Man Best Supporting Actress Nominated [82]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Nominated [83]
Palm Springs International Film Festival 2015 Still Alice Best Actress Won [84]
People's Choice Awards 2004 Favorite Female Movie Star Nominated [85]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [86]
San Diego Film Critics Awards 2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [87]
Sant Jordi Awards 2003 Far from Heaven / The Hours Best Actress (International) Won
Satellite Awards 1998 Boogie Nights Best Supporting Actress – Drama Won [88]
1999 The Big Lebowski Best Supporting Actress – Comedy or Musical Nominated [89]
2000 An Ideal Husband Best Actress – Comedy or Musical Nominated [90]
2003 The Hours Best Supporting Actress – Drama Nominated [91]
2003 Far from Heaven Best Actress – Drama Nominated [91]
2005 The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio Best Actress – Drama Nominated [92]
2010 The Kids Are All Right Best Actress – Comedy or Musical Nominated [93]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [94]
Saturn Awards 1993 The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2002 Hannibal Best Actress Nominated [95]
2005 The Forgotten Best Actress Nominated [96]
2009 Blindness Best Actress Nominated [97]
Sitges Film Festival 2014 Maps to the Stars Best Actress Won [98]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 2014 Still Alice Best Actress Nominated [99]
Sundance Film Festival 2001 Piper-Heidsieck Award Won [100]
TV Land Awards 2006 Little Screen/Big Screen Star – Women Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association 2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [34]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Runner-up [101]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2003 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [102]
2009 Blindness Best Actress – Canadian Film Nominated [103]
Venice Film Festival 2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [34]
2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress – Audience Award Won [104]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2002 Far from Heaven Best Actress Won [105]
2009 A Single Man Best Supporting Actress Nominated [106]
2010 The Kids Are All Right Best Ensemble Cast Nominated [107]
2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [108]
Women Film Critics Circle 2014 Still Alice Best Actress Won [109]
2014 Still Alice Courage in Acting Won [109]

Television[edit]

Award Year Show Category Result Ref.
Critics' Choice Television Awards 2012 Game Change Best Actress – Miniseries or TV Movie Won [110]
Emmy Awards (Daytime) 1988 As the World Turns Best Ingenue in a Drama Series Won [111]
Emmy Awards (Primetime) 2012 Game Change Best Actress – Miniseries or TV Movie Won [112]
Dorian Awards 2013 Game Change Best Actress – TV Movie Nominated [113]
Golden Globes 2013 Game Change Best Actress – in a Miniseries or TV Movie Won [9]
Gracie Awards 2013 Game Change Best Actress – TV Movie Won [114]
Monte-Carlo Television Festival Awards 2012 Game Change Best Actress – TV Movie Nominated
Satellite Awards 2012 Game Change Best Actress – Miniseries or TV Movie Won [115]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2012 Game Change Best Actress – Miniseries or TV Movie Won [116]
Soap Opera Digest Awards 1989 As the World Turns Best Supporting Actress – Daytime Nominated

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Year in which awards ceremony was held

See also[edit]

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