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Meet the Latinos nominated at the 2023 Golden Globes

On 10 January the 80th edition of the Golden Globes is celebrating the best of cinema and television and a number of Latinos are up for the awards.

Este 10 de enero se celebra la 80ª edición de los Globos de Oro para premiar lo mejor del cine y la televisión. Conoce a los latinos nominados este 2023.

It’s almost time for the 80th edition of the Golden Globes. After last year’s boycott and the changes promised by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), this 2023, the Golden Globes will once again be broadcast on NBC and will once again be a public event.

In December of last year, the HFPA announced the nominees, including several Latinos, who in this edition are represented in approximately half of the award categories with nine nominations for actors, actresses and filmmakers. In addition to the Latino presence, the nominees represent a young generation in Hollywood, as six of them are under the age of 40. In addition, some have earned their first Golden Globe nominations this year, most of them for leading roles in film or television.

Who are the Latinos nominated at the 2023 Golden Globes?

Diego Calva

In 2023, Diego Calva, 30, earned his first Golden Globe nomination for his performance as Manny Torres in 'Babylon', a film directed by Damien Chazelle. The Mexican-born actor plays a fictional character who rises from assistant to silent film producer.

Diego Luna

The 43-year-old actor was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Drama Series for his role as Cassian Andor in ‘Andor’ from Disney+, which is part of the Star Wars cinematic universe. The Mexican actor played Cassian Andor for the first time in ’Star Wars: Rogue One’ in 2017, becoming the first Latino lead in the franchise.

Ana de Armas

The 34-year-old actress earned her second Golden Globe nomination this year for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in ‘Blonde,’ a fictional chronicle of the private life of the Hollywood and pop culture icon of the 1950s and 1960s.

Guillermo del Toro

The award-winning Mexican director and filmmaker earned two nominations for his reinterpretation of the classic tale "Pinocchio." The film was nominated for best original song in a motion picture for 'Ciao Papa' and for best animated feature.

Santiago Mitre

The film ‘Argentina, 1985′ by Argentine filmmaker Santiago Mitre was nominated for best film in a non-English language.

Jenna Ortega

Of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent, actress Jenna Ortega could become the youngest person to win a Golden Globe for best performance by an actress in a television musical or comedy series. Ortega, 20, earned his first nomination for his captivating performance as Wednesday Addams in the Netflix series 'Wednesday'.

Selena Gomez

The actress, who has roots in Mexico, was nominated for the first time in the same category as Ortega thanks to her portrayal of Mabel Mora in ‘Only Murders in the Building.’ Gomez also serves as executive producer of the show.

Aubrey Plaza

Plaza, 38, who is half Puerto Rican, was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series for her portrayal of Harper in 'The White Lotus' from HBO Max.

Anya Taylor-Joy

The 26-year-old actress, of Argentine and British descent, earned her third Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal of Margot Mills in ‘The Menu’. Taylor-Joy won her first Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Limited Series for her portrayal of Beth Harmon in ‘The Queen’s Gambit.’


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