A guide to the 2021 Golden Globe nominees' significant others

The 2021 Golden Globes will take place on Feb. 28, and in honor of the big night Wonderwall.com is taking a look at the significant others of this year’s crop of nominees. First up? Josh O’Connor, who scored a best performance by an actor in a TV drama series nod for his work as Prince Charles on “The Crown.” Off screen, he keeps his private life pretty private, but we can tell you he’s been dating Margot Hauer-King for some time. Margot works in advertising but has her own ties to Hollywood: Younger brother Jonah Hauer-King will be starring as Prince Eric in the live-action remake of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” Keep reading to meet more of the 2021 Golden Globes nominees’ other halves…

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Nominee Elle Fanning’s boyfriend is 12 years her senior! Elle met British actor-filmmaker Max Minghella — the son of late writer-director Anthony Minghella — when he directed her in the 2019 film “Teen Spirit.” The two attended the Met Gala together that same year, confirming their relationship. She’s up for best performance by an actress in a musical or comedy TV series for her work on “The Great.”

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Best performance by an actor in a drama series nominee Jason Bateman has been married to former actress Amanda Anka — the daughter of famed singer Paul Anka and model Anne de Zogheb — since 2001. We know she’ll be rooting for her husband as he competes for a Golden Globe for his work on Netflix’s “Ozark.”  

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Lily Collins’ performance on “Emily in Paris” earned her a best actress in a TV musical or comedy series nomination this year. Lily, who’s the daughter of music star Phil Collins, is engaged to Charlie McDowell, a director and writer who happens to have some famous parentage too: His mom is actress Mary Steenburgen and his dad is actor Malcolm McDowell.

Jim Parsons snagged a nod for best supporting actor in a limited series or movie made for TV for his work on “Hollywood.” The “Big Bang Theory” alum has been married to art director Todd Spiewak since 2017.

Annie Murphy, who scored a nod for best supporting actress in a limited series or made-for-TV movie, is happily married in real life. Annie, who plays Alexis on “Schitt’s Creek,” wed musician Menno Versteeg back in 2011. 

Golden Globe nom Nicholas Hoult is off the market. He’s been with girlfriend Bryana Holly, a model and former Playboy Playmate, since 2017. They share a son who was born in 2018. Nicholas is up for best actor in a musical or comedy TV series for his work on “The Great.” 

Kate Hudson is up for a Golden Globe this year! She scored a best actress in a musical or comedy film nomination for her work in “Music.” The star is currently in a relationship with musician Danny Fujikawa, with whom she shares a daughter. 

Best supporting actor nominee Leslie Odom Jr. is up for his work in the film “One Night in Miami.” Off screen, Leslie — who’s also nominated for a best original song Golden Globe for writing and performing “Speak Now” from the movie — has been married to actress Nicolette Kloe Robinson since 2012. They share a daughter and are expecting a son in 2021. 

You’ll recognize Golden Globe nominee Sarah Paulson’s other half! It’s actress Holland Taylor, whom she’s been dating since 2015. Holland will be rooting for Sarah as she competes in the best actress in a TV drama series category for her work on “Ratched.” 

Bob Odenkirk, who scored a nomination for best performance by an actor in a TV drama series for his work on “Better Call Saul,” has been married to producer Naomi Yomtov, with whom he has two kids, since 1997. Naomi most recently executive produced “W/ Bob & David,” Bob’s 2015 Netflix sketch-comedy show.   

Kaley Cuoco is a first-time Golden Globe nominee! She’s up for best actress in a TV musical or comedy series for her work on “The Flight Attendant.” She’s been married to Karl Cook — and equestrian who’s also the son of the billionaire Scott Cook, the co-founder of Intuit — since 2018.

“The Undoing” star Donald Sutherland is up for best supporting actor in a series, limited series or motion picture made for TV. Off screen, Donald has been married to Francine Racette, a French Canadian actress, since 1972. The couple have three sons together, Rossif, Angus and Roeg. 

Amanda Seyfried is nominated at this year’s Golden Globes in the best supporting actress in a movie category for her work in “Mank.” We have no doubt actor hubby Thomas Sadoski, with whom she starred in “The Last Word,” will be cheering her on. The two have been married since 2017 and have a son and daughter together.

Meet Sunrise Coigney! The former model and actress has been married to best actor in a limited series or made-for-TV movie nominee Mark Ruffalo since 2000. She shares three kids with the “I Know This Much Is True” star.

Matthew Rhys scored a best actor in a TV drama series nomination this year for his work on “Perry Mason.” He’s been with his “The Americans” co-star Keri Russell, with whom he shares a son, since 2014.

Cynthia Nixon is a happily married lady — she wed activist Christine Marinoni in 2012. The best supporting actress in a limited series or made-for-TV movie nominee, who is up for her work on “Ratched,” shares son Max with Christine. 

“Schitt’s Creek” star Eugene Levy’s wife, Deborah Divine, is the only member of his family who isn’t on his hit show! The happy couple, who have been married since 1977, are the proud parents of two other stars on the comedy series: Dan Levy and Sarah Levy. Eugene’s competing in the best actor in a TV comedy series category for his work on the final season.

Sacha Baron Cohen is up for best actor in a supporting role for his work in the movie “The Trial of the Chicago 7.” He’s married to actress Isla Fisher. The couple met in 2002, got engaged in 2004 and married in 2010. They have three children together. 

Jason Bateman’s on-screen wife, “Ozark” star Laura Linney, is married to Marc Schauer off screen. The best actress in a TV drama series nominee shares a son with the real estate agent, whom she wed in 2009.  

Frances McDormand has been married to director Joel Coen since 1984. The couple share an adult son. This year, Joel will no doubt be cheering his wife on as she competes in the best actress in a motion picture drama category for her work in “Nomadland.” 

Don Cheadle scored a nod for best actor in a TV musical or comedy series for his work on “Black Monday.” Off screen, he’s been in a relationship with actress Bridgid Coulter since 1992. The couple marked their 25th anniversary together back in 2017 with a pretty big gesture — they got married! Yep, the parents of Ayanna and Imani finally tied the knot after being together for a quarter of a century.

Helena Bonham Carter — who’s up for best supporting actress in a limited series or TV movie — has been dating Norwegian writer and academic Rye Dag Holmboe, who teaches in the art history department at University College London, since 2018. The star is up for her work as Princess Margaret on “The Crown.” 

Jodie Foster — a nominee for best supporting actress in a motion picture for her work in “The Mauritanian” — has been married to photographer Alexandra Hedison since 2014. Alexandra famously used to date Ellen DeGeneres in the early 2000s.

“Your Honor” star Bryan Cranston might be taking home a best actor in a limited series or made-for-TV movie Golden Globe. We know wife Robin Dearden, an actress, will be cheering him on. The two, who share a daughter — actress Taylor Dearden — have been married since 1989. They met on the set of the show “Airwolf” back in 1984.

Ed Sinclair met his future wife, best actress in a TV drama series nominee Olivia Colman, on the set of a production at Cambridge University. He was a third-year law student at the time. Olivia, who’s up for her work as Queen Elizabeth II on “The Crown,” married Ed in 2001. They have three children.

Jeff Daniels is married to his college sweetheart! Yep, he and Kathleen Rosemary Treado go way back — they wed in 1979 and have three children. We bet the whole family will be cheering Dad on as he competes in the best actor in a limited series or TV movie category at this year’s Golden Globes. He scored his nomination for his work in “The Comey Rule.” 

“Mrs. America” star Cate Blanchett earned herself a Golden Globe nom in the best actress in a limited series or made-for-TV movie category. She married playwright and screenwriter Andrew Upton in 1997 a year after meeting him on a set. The two share three sons and one daughter. 

“The Comey Rule” star Brendan Gleeson has been married to Mary Weldon since 1982! The couple share four sons — Fergus, Rory and actors Domhnall Gleeson and Brian Gleeson. At this year’s Golden Globes, Brendan is up for best supporting actor in a series, miniseries or TV film. 

Viola Davis, who’s nominated for best actress in a drama film for her performance in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” has been married to actor Julius Tennon since 2002. They have a daughter.

Musician Joanna Newsom is Andy Samberg’s other half. The funnyman, who’s up for best actor in a musical or comedy film for his work in “Palm Springs,” married the singer-songwriter in 2013. Theywelcomed a daughter in 2017. 

“Ozark” star Julia Garner — who’s up for a Golden Globe for best supporting actress in a limited series or movie made for television for her work on the Netflix series — has a famous other half: She’s been married to Foster the People frontman Mark Foster since 2019. 

James Corden is up for best actor in a motion picture musical or comedy for his work in “The Prom.” His other half’s name is Julia Carey, and he’s been married to the former actress and television producer since 2012. They share a son and two daughters. 

Ethan Hawke has been married to Ryan Shawhughes since 2008. She previously worked as a nanny for his two children with ex-wife Uma Thurman. The couple have two daughters together too. Ethan is up for best actor in a limited series or TV movie for his work on “The Good Lord Bird.” 

Michelle Pfeiffer has been married to TV writer and producer David E. Kelley since 1993. They have two kids. At this year’s Golden Globes, Michelle is up for best actress in a musical or comedy film for her performance in “French Exit.” 

Lin-Manuel Miranda scored a nom for his work in Disney+’s “Hamilton.” He’s up for best actor in a motion picture musical or comedy movie for the filmed version of his Tony-winning Broadway musical. He’s been married to Vanessa Nadal — a chemical engineer-turned-attorney — since 2010. They have two sons.

This year, Nicole Kidman is a contender in the best actress in a limited series or TV movie category thanks to her work on “The Undoing.” When she’s not racking up award nominations, she’s happily married to country music superstar Keith Urban. They married back in 2006 and have since welcomed two daughters. 







































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