Sir Anthony Hopkins
is one of the most acclaimed actors in modern film history, an Oscar winner in 1992 for his iconic performance as Hannibal Lecter in “Silence of the Lambs
.” But despite his many accolades — an Academy Award, an Emmy Award, multiple citations from critics’ groups, and even an AARP Movies for Grownups Award — the 83-year-old actor has never won a competitive honor at the Golden Globes. Barring an upset, his Globes drought will continue on Sunday, where Hopkins is nominated in the Best Actor in a Drama category, a category in which Chadwick Boseman
is the overwhelming favorite to win.
Ahead, every Golden Globe Award Anthony Hopkins has lost in his career.
1979: Hopkins received his first Golden Globe nomination for the 1978 film “Magic
,” but he lost in the Best Actor in a Drama category to Jon Voight
in “Coming Home
1989: Hopkins is mainly known for his film work,