How many Golden Globe awards and nominations does Quentin Tarantino have?
The Golden Globes are back after a break in 2022 and will be staged in Beverly Hills (CA) on Tuesday, 10 January (2023).
The Golden Globes award ceremony is back!
After a brief 2022 hiatus, the awards, founded in 1944, crown the best TV and film productions over the past year and 2023 marks the 80th anniversary of the ceremony. For the first time, they will be hosted by comedian and actor Jerrod Carmichael.
This year’s awards will be broadcast live from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California on Tuesday, January 10, 2023, on NBC and Peacock in the US and can be followed right here with AS USA with Maite Knorr-Evans on hand to navigate each award the evening offers.
Tarantino to present award
Ana de Armas, Billy Porter, Jamie Lee Curtis and Quentin Tarantino will be on hand on the night to present at 2023 Golden Globes with the Pulp Fiction not among the nominees this year.
The Tennessee native has won three Golden Globes in the past with his last win in 2020 for Best Screenplay (Motion Picture) for ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’.
This added to his two previous Golden Globe triumphs for Django Unchained which won best Screenplay (Motion Picture) in 2013 and this followed up the 1995 glory with the iconic Pulp Fiction which claimed Best Picture at the award ceremony.
Apart from his three wins, the 59-year-old has also been nominated a further five times for his films: Inglorious Bastards, The Hateful Eight, Pulp Fiction, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Django Unchained.