Some of the 2023 Golden Globe nominees are young and Latino: Full list is below!
Along with Selena Gomez, Jenna Ortega, Aubrey Plaza, Diego Calva and others landed their first Golden Globe nominations this year, most of them for main roles in film or TV.
The Golden Globe Awards ceremony aired last Tuesday, at 5 p.m, on NBC marking the award ceremony’s 80th anniversary.
The list of Latino actors!
Jenna Ortega [top photo].
She could become the youngest person to win a Golden Globe for best performance by an actress in a musical or comedy TV series.
Ortega, 20, earned her first Golden Globe nomination for her captivating performance as Wednesday Addams in the Netflix comedy horror series “Wednesday,” which follows the iconic “Addams Family” character’s journey at Nevermore Academy as she investigates a murder spree.
Gomez, 30, was nominated for her performance as Mabel Mora in Hulu’s true crime satire “Only Murders in the Building.” The nomination serves as vindication over last year, when Gomez’s co-stars Martin Short and Steve Martin received acting nominations and she did not. Short and Martin also received acting nominations this year.
38, who is half Puerto-Rican, was nominated for best supporting actress in a limited series for her performance as Harper in HBO Max’s “The White Lotus,” which follows the exploits of various guests and employees at a luxurious Sicilian resort.
30, landed his first Golden Globe nomination for his performance as Manny Torres in “Babylon,” a movie directed by Damien Chazelle about ordinary people who became Hollywood legends during the golden age of silent films in the 1920s.
43, was nominated for best performance by an actor in a TV drama series for his role as Cassian Andor in Disney+’s “Andor,” which is part of the Star Wars cinematic universe.
Anna De Armas:
34, landed her second Golden Globe nomination for her performance as Marilyn Monroe in the somewhat controversial Netflix NC-17 psychodrama “Blonde,” a fictionalized chronicle of the private life of the Hollywood and pop culture icon from the 1950s and 1960s.
26, earned her third Golden Globe nomination for her performance as Margot Mills in “The Menu,” a movie that follows a young couple on their travels to a remote island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where the chef has prepared a lavish menu and some shocking surprises.
Guillermo del Toro:
Award-winning Mexican director and filmmaker landed two nominations for his reinterpretation of the classic tale “Pinocchio.”