THEATRE STARS NOMINATED FOR 2011 GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS
EDIE FALCO, NICOLE KIDMAN, LAURA LINNEY, CHRIS NOTH AND KEVIN SPACEY
ALL NOMINATED FOR PERFORMANCES
Nominations for the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards this morning included theatre stars. The awards will be presented on January 16, 2011.
Edie Falco was nominated for her performance as the title character in Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie.” Falco will appear on stage this spring in the Broadway revival of THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES opposite Ben Stiller and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
Nicole Kidman, nominated for her role in Rabbit Hole, will return to Broadway in fall 2011 in the revival of SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH.
Laura Linney was nominated for her performance in “The Big C.” The series was also nominated for Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical. Linney currently stars in the acclaimed Tony Award nominated play, TIME STANDS STILL.
Chris Noth, who will appear on Broadway this spring in THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON, was nominated for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Award for his role in “The Good Wife.”
Kevin Spacey has been nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture-Comedy or Musical for his performance in “Casino Jack.” In 2011, Spacey will star in RICHARD III in Sam Mendes’ production for the third and final year of The Bridge Project.