"Les Miserables."
"Les Miserables."
Best Supporting Actress:
Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables: 20 wins (SAG, Globes, Critics Choice, BOFCA, NYFCO, DC, Detroit, Las Vegas, Kansas City, Austin, Indiana, Houston, Southeastern, Online, Satellites, Florida, Oklahoma, Black, Central Ohio, Utah); 12 noms (Oscar, BAFTA, NSFC, Chicago, Phoenix, LAFCA, San Diego, St. Louis, Dallas, London, WFJ)
Sally Field, Lincoln: 5 wins (NYFCC, BSFC, African-American, Dallas, Nevada); 14 noms (Oscar, Globes, Critics Choice, Chicago, BAFTA, SAG, NSFC, Phoenix, Detroit, Southeastern, Houston, St. Louis, DC, London, WFJ, Online)
Amy Adams, The Master: 3 wins (LAFCA, NSFC, Chicago), 13 noms  (Oscar, Globes, Critics Choice, Detroit, BAFTA, San Diego, Satellites, Houston, St Louis, DC, London, WFJ, Online)
Helen Hunt, The Sessions: 2 wins (San Francisco, St. Louis), 12 noms (Oscar, SAG, Globes, Critics Choice, BAFTA, Central Ohio, Houston, Phoenix, Detroit, Spirits, DC, Indiana, Online)
Ann Dowd, Compliance: 2 wins (NBR, St. Louis), 6 noms  (Critics Choice, Detroit, Central Ohio, Spirits, Utah, Online)
Emma Watson, The Perks of Being a Wallflower: 1 win (San Diego), 3 noms (BSFC, Phoenix, St. Louis)
Gina Gershon, Killer Joe: 1 win (Toronto)
Judi Dench, Skyfall: 7 noms (Phoenix, Houston, BAFTA, Critics Choice, Chicago, London, Satellites)
Samantha Barks, Les Miserables: 3 noms (San Diego, Satellites, DC))
Nicole Kidman, The Paperboy: 2 noms (Globes, SAG)
Jacki Weaver, Silver Linings Playbook: 1 nom (Spirits)
Maggie Smith, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: 1 nom (SAG)
Emily Blunt, Looper: 1 nom (Chicago)
Rosemarie DeWitt, Your Sister's Sister: 1 nom (Spirits)
Brit Marling, Sound of My Voice: 1 nom (Spirits)
Lorraine Toussaint, Middle of Nowhere: 1 nom (Spirits)
Rebel Wilson, Pitch Perfect: 1 nom (San Diego)
Helene Florent, Cafe De Flore: 1 nom (Satellites)
Isabelle Huppert, Amour: 1 nom (London)

Tommy Lee Jones in "Lincoln"
Tommy Lee Jones in "Lincoln"
Best Supporting Actor
Phillip Seymour Hoffman, The Master: 9 wins (Critics Choice, Chicago, Toronto, DC, Southeastern, Kansas City, Florida, Online, Oklahoma); 15 noms (Oscar, Globes, BAFTA, NSFC, Houston, Detroit, San Diego, Satellites, SAG, Phoenix, Dallas, London, Utah, WFJ)
Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln: 9 wins (SAG, BOFCA, NYFCO, Las Vegas, Houston, SF, Indiana, Dallas, Nevada); 15 noms (Oscar, Globes, NSFC, Critics Choice, Chicago, Detroit, BAFTA, Satellites, St. Louis, DC, Phoenix, Southeastern, London, WFJ, Online).
Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained: 6 wins (Globes, St. Louis, Austin, Central Ohio, San Diego, Black), 7 noms (Oscar, BAFTA, BSFC, LAFCA, Indiana, WFJ, Online)
Matthew McConaughey, Magic Mike: 2 wins (NSFC, NYFCC), 4 noms  (Critics Choice, Houston, Detroit, Spirits)
Dwight Henry, Beasts of the Southern Wild: 2 wins (LAFCA, Utah), 2 noms (Chicago, Online)
Javier Bardem, Skyfall: 1 win (Satellites), 6 noms (Critics Choice, BAFTA, London, Houston, SAG, DC)
Robert DeNiro, Silver Linings Playbook: 1 win (Detroit), 5 noms (Oscar, Critics Choice, SAG, Phoenix, Satellites)
Leonardo DiCaprio, Django Unchained: 1 win (NBR); 4 noms (Globes, Central Ohio, Chicago, DC)
Ezra Miller, The Perks of Being a Wallflower: 1 win (BSFC), 2 noms (Phoenix, Detroit)
Nate Parker, Arbitrage: 1 win (African-American)
Alan Arkin, Argo: 12 noms (Oscar, Globes, Critics Choice, SAG, BAFTA, London, Houston, San Diego, St. Louis, DC, WFJ, Online)
Bruce Willis, Moonrise Kingdom: 2 noms (Spirits, St. Louis)
Jason Clarke, Zero Dark Thirty: 1 nom (Chicago)
Eddie Redmayne, Les Miserables: 1 nom (Satellites)
John Goodman, Flight: 1 nom (Satellites)
David Oyelowo, Middle of Nowhere: 1 nom (Spirits)
Michael Fassbender, Prometheus: 1 nom (London)
Michael Pena, End of Watch: 1 nom (Spirits)
Sam Rockwell, Seven Psychopaths: 1 nom (Spirits)
Christopher Walken, Seven Psychopaths : 1 nom (San Diego)
Matthew McConaughey, Killer Joe: 1 nom (San Diego)
John Goodman, Argo: 1 nom (St. Louis)
William H. Macy, The Sessions: 1 nom (St. Louis)
Ewan McGregor, The Impossible: 1 nom (Detroit)

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