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Olivia Colman scored her 5th Emmy nomination at the 73rd Emmy Awards. She received an acting nomination for her outstanding leading role in Netflix‘ ‘The Crown‘ for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II. She is joined by on screen daughter-in-law Emma Corrin (Princess Diana).

 

‘The Crown‘ received a total of 23 nominations, including: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama series (Josh O‘Connor), Drama Series, Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (Claire Foy), Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series (Charles Dance), outstanding Supporting actress in a drama series (Gillian Anderson, Helena Bonham Carter and Emerald Fennel), Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Tobias Menzies), Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series („Fairytale“ And „War“) and Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series („War“), and more.

 

The winners of the 73rd Emmy Awards will be revealed on September 19, 2021 in Downtown L.A.

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LA Times – These days, Olivia Colman can do no wrong: Not only did she pick up an Academy Award for “The Favourite” in 2019, but she’s also been top-lining Netflix’s “The Crown” (as Queen Elizabeth II) for the last two seasons and is poised for a big Oscar season this year, paired up with Anthony Hopkins in Sony Pictures Classics’ “The Father,” which releases later this month. But there’s more to the cheery Colman than deep drama — as The Envelope discovered during a recent phone call — where she spoke about her comedic past, having a “holy s—” moment over Meryl Streep, and how she ended up as “Olivia.”

“The Father” takes a unique approach to telling the story of a man with dementia and his daughter Anne — who you play — as we experience the world from his point of view. Why was that intriguing for you?

I have never read anything from inside the eyes of the sufferer of this particular condition. Normally, you’re watching and not understanding why they’re confused. But this was so brilliantly and beautifully done, with such empathy. Why has it never been done before? God, it’s genius.

Anthony Hopkins is truly a unique individual. What’s he like to work with?

He’s divine. And we approach things in a similar way: I take the work seriously, but not myself, and he is quite similar. He’s always there, always present, and you just have to react to one another. He can tap into real emotion instantly. He kept saying, “We’re so lucky, life is wonderful. With all its nasty bits, it’s still wonderful.”

You’re an A-list Oscar winner now yourself, but have you ever been intimidated by any legends you may have worked with?

Meeting Meryl Streep was a “Holy s—ball, it’s Meryl Streep” moment. The more people you end up meeting, the more you realize every one of them is a person. It would appear that the higher up they are, the sweeter they are.

 

Do you feel like you have to strain for normalcy now that you’re in a hit TV show and have the film industry’s most prestigious award?

I’m very lucky; I’ve got some good friends who’d be the first to go, “rein it in.” I’ve got dogs, and they still vomit, and you have to pick it up, and you can’t be too up yourself. I don’t think my husband would find me attractive if I suddenly started demanding things.

So where do you keep that Oscar?

It’s actually in a cupboard, because I’m slightly embarrassed if people come over … I don’t want to be too “Oh, look at me!” But I open the cupboard once in a while and go, “Mm-hmm, can’t believe it’s there.”

Olivia isn’t actually your given name; you’re a Sarah. Why make the change?

You’re not allowed to have the same as someone in Equity in the actors union in the UK. So, my flat mate was called Olivia, and I loved her name and asked if I could borrow it.

And you probably wear it more proudly than she does now.

Yes, it must have really pissed her off: “That’s my name!”

You’re all about drama these days, but your earliest work was in sketch comedy. Had you always planned to segue from comedy into more serious parts later on?

I think I always dreamed of doing some really lovely meaty drama. It takes a bit of a gamble, especially if you’ve always been known for comedy. Someone has to take a punch to give you another type of role. As a kid, I wasn’t great at school, but making people laugh was useful. And, certainly, boyfriends. I didn’t ever win anyone over by how I look, but if I made him laugh, they’d say, “Oh, she’s quite fun.”

What makes you laugh?

It’s awful, but if my husband falls over, that’s the funniest thing in the world. When our kids were tiny, running between his legs and misjudging him and getting him in the nuts, there’s nothing funnier. I know that makes me bad, but that gets me to the point where I have to lie down I’m laughing so much. But poor him.

“The Crown’s” latest season is digging up a lot of old dirt on Charles and Diana. Have you been surprised at the way people are responding?

I don’t know how they’re responding, because I like to put my head in the sand. I don’t want to know. I’ve got no idea, which is the way I like it.

What’s still at the top of your bucket list of things you want to do — professionally or personally — once you get out of the house again?

I’m really boring. I just want to keep working, because the idea is it’s all going to dry up, it’s terrifying. Like, I’m really s— at everything else. I need to keep acting. I don’t have any other skills.

 

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Following her nomination for the 2021 Satellite Awards, Olivia Colman won the Satellite Award as Best Actress in a Series (Drama/Genre). She was honoured for her role as Queen Elizabeth II which she reprised for the 4th season of Netflix’ Hit Drama ‘The Crown’. She scored the only win for the series out of its 5 nominations.

Olivia was beaten to her second possible Award for her supporting role in Florian Zeller‘s ‘The Father‘ by Amanda Seyfried who received the Award as Actress in a Supporting Role. ‘The Father‘ still received recognition at the Satellite Awards, with a win for Florian Zeller & Christopher Hampton in Screenplay, Adapted.

Full list of all nominees and winners

Olivia Colman scored a total of 3 nominations at the 27th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, topping her double nominations at the Golden Globes and Satellite Awards. Olivia received recognition in both television and motion picture. She got nominated twice for her leading role in Netflix‘ ‘The Crown‘ as part of the show’s cast (Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series) and for her solo act as Queen Elizabeth II for her Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series, a category where she was joined by Emma Corrin (Princess Diana) and Gillian Anderson (Margaret Thatcher). ‘The Crown‘ received a total of 5 nominations, including further a nomination for Josh O‘Connor (Prince Charles) for his Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series. Olivia‘s performance as daughter Anne in Florian Zeller‘s ‘The Father‘ got her a nomination in the SAG Award’s Motion Picture category. Nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, Olivia is up for an Award alongside on-screen Father Anthony Hopkins, who received recognition for his Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role. The winners will be revealed on Sunday April 4, 2021.

 

Female Actor In a Supporting Role in Film

Olivia Colman- The Father

Glenn Close- Hillbilly Elegy

Maria Bakalova – Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Yun-Jung Youn- Minari

Helena Zengel- News of The World

 

Femala Actor In A Drama Series

Olivia Colman- The Crown 

Emma Corrin- The Crown

Gillian Anderson- The Crown

Laura Linney- Ozark

Julia Garner- Ozark

 

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in A Drama Series

The Crown

Better Call Saul

Bridgerton

Lovecraft Country

Ozark

 

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The nominees for the 78th Golden Globes have been unveiled with double nomination for Olivia Colman in both Television and Motion Picture.

Following her 2020 Best Actress nomination for the same role, Colman received recognition for her leading part as Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix‘ fourth season of their hit series The Crown. She will go head-to-head with co-star Emma Corrin (Princess Diana) who received a nomination in the same category. The Crown received a further 6 nominations, with Best TV Series Drama and Gillian Anderson (Supporting Actress in TV Series/Movie) and Josh O‘Connor (Actor in a TV Drama ) among the nominees.

Colman‘s double is completed by her motion picture nomination as (Best Supporting Actress) for her role as Anne in Florian Zeller‘s The Father. She is once more in the company of one of her co-stars with a nomination for Anthony Hopkins as (Best Actor) for his portrayal of her struggling on-screen father. The Sony Picture Classics‘ production received a further 4 nominations, including Best Motion Picture Drama and Best Screenplay.

The 78th Golden Globes will take place on February 28, 2021, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Phoeler, nearly two months later than normal due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cinema and on television.

 

 

Actress in a TV Series – Drama

Olivia Colman ( The Crown)

Emma Corrin ( The Crown)

Jodie Comer ( Killing Eve)

Laura Linney ( Ozark)

Sarah Paulson ( Ratched)

 

Supporting Actress in A Motion Picture

Olivia Colman ( The Father)

Glenn Close ( Hillbilly Elegy)

Amanda Seyfried ( Mank)

Helena Zengel ( News of the World)

Jodie Foster ( The Mauritanian)

 

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