List of awards and nominations received by Michelle Pfeiffer

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Michelle Pfeiffer, a three-time Academy Award nominee

Michelle Pfeiffer received numerous awards and honours during her career. Pfeiffer won or was nominated for awards for her work in motion pictures. She was nominated for an Academy Awards three times.

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Award Year Category Film Result Eventual winner
Academy Awards 1988 Best Actress in a Supporting Role Dangerous Liaisons Nominated Geena Davis (The Accidental Tourist)
Academy Awards 1989 Best Actress in a Leading Role The Fabulous Baker Boys Nominated Jessica Tandy (Driving Miss Daisy)
Academy Awards 1992 Best Actress in a Leading Role Love Field Nominated Emma Thompson (Howards End)
BAFTA Awards 1989 Best Actress in a Supporting Role Dangerous Liaisons Won
BAFTA Awards 1990 Best Actress in a Leading Role The Fabulous Baker Boys Nominated Jessica Tandy (Driving Miss Daisy)
Golden Globe Awards 1988 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Married to the Mob Nominated Melanie Griffith (Working Girl)
Golden Globe Awards 1989 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama The Fabulous Baker Boys Won
Golden Globe Awards 1990 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama The Russia House Nominated Kathy Bates (Misery)
Golden Globe Awards 1991 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Frankie and Johnny Nominated Bette Midler (For the Boys)
Golden Globe Awards 1992 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Love Field Nominated Emma Thompson (Howards End)
Golden Globe Awards 1993 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama The Age of Innocence Nominated Holly Hunter (The Piano)
Primetime Emmy Awards 2017 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie The Wizard of Lies Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2003 Outstanding Female Actor in a Supporting Role White Oleander Nominated Catherine Zeta-Jones (Chicago)
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2008 Outstanding Cast – Motion Picture Hairspray Nominated No Country for Old Men
Berlin International Film Festival 1992 Silver Bear for Best Actress Love Field Won
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1996 Favorite Actress – Drama Dangerous Minds Won
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1997 Favorite Actress – Comedy/Romance One Fine Day Won
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 2001 Favorite Actress – Suspense What Lies Beneath Won
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 1989 Best Actress The Fabulous Baker Boys Won
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 2003 Best Supporting Actress White Oleander Won
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 1989 Best Actress The Fabulous Baker Boys Won tied with Andie MacDowell (Sex, Lies, and Videotape)
MTV Movie Awards 1993 Most Desirable Female Batman Returns Nominated Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct)
Best Kiss Batman Returns (with Michael Keaton) Nominated Marisa Tomei and Christian Slater (Untamed Heart)
MTV Movie Awards 1996 Best Female Performance Dangerous Minds Nominated Alicia Silverstone (Clueless)
Most Desirable Female Dangerous Minds Nominated
National Board of Review Awards 1989 Best Actress The Fabulous Baker Boys Won
National Society of Film Critics Awards 1989 Best Actress The Fabulous Baker Boys Won
New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1989 Best Actress The Fabulous Baker Boys Won
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2002 Best Supporting Actress White Oleander Won
Saturn Awards 1986 Best Actress Ladyhawke Nominated Coral Browne (Dreamchild)
Saturn Awards 1995 Best Actress Wolf Nominated Sandra Bullock (Speed), Jamie Lee Curtis (True Lies)
Saturn Awards 2001 Best Actress What Lies Beneath Nominated Téa Leoni (The Family Man)
Saturn Awards 2008 Best Supporting Actress Stardust Nominated Marcia Gay Harden (The Mist)

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