Not every A-lister is married to a fellow well-known Hollywood star. Wonderwall.com uncovered a ton of 2017 Golden Globe nominees who are hooked up with people we bet you don't know much about. So let's get to know some of 'em before the big show airs on Jan. 8, starting with Natalie Portman's husband Benjamin Millepied. The French dancer and choreographer, 39, met the "Jackie" star — who's nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama — on the set of the 2010 ballet film "Black Swan." He's currently working with L.A. Dance Project after past gigs with the New York City Ballet and Paris Opera Ballet. Plus he's set to take on daddy duty again once Natalie, 35, gives birth to their second child in the New Year. Keep reading for more 411 on the noms' significant others…
Amy Adams and Darren Le Gallo
"Arrival" actress Amy Adams, 42 — also nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama — wed Darren Le Gallo, 42, in 2015 after a seven-year engagement. Her hubby is primarily an artist but has also dabbled in the acting pond. It's hard to compete with two-time Golden Globe winner Amy, but Darren has still enjoyed some smaller roles in movies like "Date Night" with Tina Fey and "Trouble with the Curve" alongside Clint Eastwood. Work aside, he's the proud father to their daughter, Aviana Olea, 6.
Hugh Grant and Anna Elisabet Eberstein
"Florence Foster Jenkins" actor Hugh Grant, 56 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy — will most likely be walking the award season red carpets with girlfriend Anna Elisabet Eberstein. The Swedish beauty works behind the scenes as a television producer. Her relationship with Hugh has been untraditional, to say the least. She welcomed a son with him in 2012 and another baby boy in 2015. But Hugh also had a child with his now-ex Tinglan Hong before Anna's first pregnancy and another one shortly afterward.
Jessica Chastain and Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo
"Miss Sloane" actress Jessica Chastain, 39 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama — has kept her romance with Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo, 34, pretty under wraps since they started dating in 2012. Maybe it has something to do with his royal status! The native of Italy is actually a count, coming from a family of nobles in Bergamo Alta. But his main career focus is fashion. Gian Luca was last reported to be working for the French brand Moncler after previously serving as the director of public relations at Armani.
Winona Ryder and Scott Mackinlay Hahn
"Stranger Things" actress Winona Ryder, 45 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama — has been linked to fashion designer Scott Mackinlay Hahn, 36, since 2011. The silver fox has focused his career on creating environmentally sustainable apparel and now has two clothing lines under his belt: ROGAN and Loomstate. The eco-conscious creative also heads the Sustainability Steering Committee for the Council of Fashion Designers of America. But don't expect the longtime lovers to be tying the knot. Winona, who was engaged to Johnny Depp in the '90s, called herself a "monogamist," but doesn't necessarily want a ring. "I'd rather never have been married than been divorced a few times," she told The Edit in July 2016.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Brad Hall
"Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 55 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy — has had a rare long-lasting Hollywood marriage that's been going strong since 1987. Her hubby, Brad Hall, is a writer, producer, director and actor. He's worked behind the scenes on movies like "Must Love Dogs" with Diane Lane and John Cusack. He's also crossed paths with his wife at work more than once: He produced her 2002 sitcom "Watching Ellie" and recently directed an episode of "Veep." When he's not hard at work, he plays the role of dad to the couple's two sons: Henry, 24, and Charles, 19.
Christian Slater and Brittany Lopez
"Mr. Robot" star Christian Slater, 47 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television — met second wife Brittany Lopez, 29, while vacationing on Florida's Little Palm Island. According to a story he revealed on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," he was sitting outside eating his morning oatmeal when he spotted the beauty walking by with her aunt — and the rest is history. In 2013, the couple got hitched by a judge at a small courthouse in Coral Gables, Florida. Brittany became a stepmom to Christian's two teenage kids from his first marriage to Ryan Haddon.
Mandy Moore and Taylor Goldsmith
"This is Us" star Mandy Moore, 32 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television — split from musician hubby Ryan Adams, 42, in 2014. But she quickly found love again with yet another rocker, Taylor Goldsmith, 31. He's the vocalist and guitarist for the folk-rock band Dawes, which released its fifth album, "We're All Gonna Die," in September 2016.
Gina Rodriguez and Joe LoCicero
"Jane the Virgin" actress Gina Rodriguez, 32 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy — started dating hunky new boyfriend Joe LoCicero toward the end of 2016, soon after the up-and-coming actor starred in an episode of her show — as a stripper! The avid Muay Thai athlete was also recently the fight choreographer for the action film "Spaghettiman." It's no surprise that the super-fit hottie has also dabbled in the modeling world.
Mahershala Ali and Amatus Sami-Karim
"Moonlight" actor Mahershala Ali, 42 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture — is expecting his first child with wife Amatus Sami-Karim, whom he married in 2013. The cute couple met way back when they were both studying at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. According to Amatus' website, she's an artist, composer and actress. She plans to follow up her debut EP "Broken Compass" with an instrumental soul-searching LP.
Riley Keough and Ben Smith-Petersen
"The Girlfriend Experience" actress Riley Keough, 27 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television — got hitched to Ben Smith-Petersen in 2015. The super-hot Australian has worked as a stunt man in major movies like "The Great Gatsby," "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies." He earned an acting credit alongside his wife for his stunt work in the 2015 movie "Mad Max: Fury Road."
Tom Ford and Richard Buckley
"Nocturnal Animals" director Tom Ford, 55 — nominated for Best Director, Motion Picture — has been with Richard Buckley, 68, for 30 years, though they just tied the knot in 2014. His love was formerly in the magazine business, as editor in chief of Vogue Hommes International. Nowadays, the journalist has a bigger focus — raising their 4-year-old son, Alexander John Buckley Ford.
Ruth Negga and Dominic Cooper
"Loving" star Ruth Negga, 34 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama — has been with actor Dominic Cooper, 38, since at least 2010. The English actor — who famously dated old co-star Amanda Seyfried before settling down with the Ethiopian-Irish actress — made a name for himself in big action movies like "Warcraft: The Beginning" and "Captain America: The First Avenger." He's also had a small-screen presence in recent series like "Preacher" and Marvel's "Agent Carter."
Bryan Cranston and Robin Dearden
"All the Way" star Bryan Cranston, 60 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television — is another great example of a celeb with a long-lasting marriage. Though Robin Dearden, 63, is his second wife, they've been hitched since 1989! She runs in the same Hollywood circles as her hubby working as an actress. In the '80s, she was on the hit TV shows "T.J. Hooker" and "Murder, She Wrote." More recently, she starred in a 2010 episode of her hubby's series, "Breaking Bad." Robin also has some big-screen credits in films like "Wooly Boys" alongside Peter Fonda. The couple are parents to daughter Taylor Cranston, 23, who wants to follow in her parents' footsteps.
Viola Davis and Julius Tennon
"Fences" star Viola Davis, 51 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture — shares an adorable 5-year-old daughter, Genesis Tennon, with husband Julius Tennon, 62. Aside from being a dad, the former college football player is also an actor. You may remember him as Coach James from the hit 2004 movie "Friday Night Lights." He also worked alongside his wife in the 2015 movie "Lila & Eve." Julius had a number of guest-starring roles on hit shows like "Criminal Minds" and "ER" too. The couple has been married since 2003.
Thandie Newton and Ol Parker
"Westworld" star Thandie Newton, 44 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television — has been happily married to Ol Parker, 47, since 1998. The London-born writer and director is the mastermind behind the screenplay for the 2011 film "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" and its 2015 sequel, "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," among other movies. He's also a proud father to the couple's three children: daughters Ripley, 16, and Nico, 12, and son Booker, 2.
Jeff Bridges and Susan Geston
"Hell or High Water" star Jeff Bridges, 67 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture — and wife Susan Geston's marriage has truly stood the test of time after 39 years. The 63-year-old is mother to their three grown children. She became a grandmother five years ago when daughter Isabelle Bridges welcomed a daughter, Grace. Before meeting her husband and becoming a full-time mama, the North Dakota native had an array of jobs from waitressing to working on a ranch.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Sam Taylor-Johnson
Hot "Nocturnal Animals" star Aaron Taylor-Johnson, 26 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture — just so happens to be married to an older woman! Wife Sam Taylor-Johnson, 49, is an English producer and director who's best known for her work on the 2015 film "Fifty Shades of Grey." But the lovebirds actually met when Aaron starred in her 2009 film "Nowhere Boy," a biopic about The Beatles singer John Lennon. Sam also wears many other hats — she was appointed as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2011, and she's a mom to two daughters from her first marriage, plus two daughters from her current one.
Bob Odenkirk and Naomi Odenkirk
"Better Call Saul" actor Bob Odenkirk, 54 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Drama — married Naomi Odenkirk in 1997. She currently works behind the scenes as an executive producer with Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment. Though she has a hefty list of solo credits, she's also made work a family affair: In 2003, Naomi produced "Melvin Goes to Dinner" with her hubby as the director and son Nathan, now 18, as an actor in the flick.
Claire Foy and Stephen Campbell Moore
"The Crown" star Claire Foy, 32 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama — got hitched in 2014. Her husband, Stephen Campbell Moore, 39, is a fellow English actor who's known for his work in the 2008 thriller "The Bank Job" with Jason Statham. He's currently filming the 2017 TV series "The Last Post," which involves a British Army unit stationed in the Middle East. The couple are parents to a toddler son.
Rachel Bloom and Dan Gregor
"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star Rachel Bloom, 29 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy — is married to writer and producer Dan Gregor. In 2016, he actually wrote an episode of her nominated show, but he's more well-known for his past work on the hit series "How I Met Your Mother." The couple, who got hitched in early 2015, were brought together by their Jewish roots. "We were friends before we started dating," Rachel revealed to the Jewish Journal. "And I would go to his family's house for Passover every year. That's how I got to know him."
Jeffrey Tambor and Kasia Tambor
"Transparent" star Jeffrey Tambor, 72 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy — married third wife Kasia Tambor back in 2001. Around the same time, she decided to dabble in acting and has two movies to her name: "Never Again" and "Get Well Soon." But motherhood seemed to take over once she started having children with the nominee. Kasia is busy with Gabriel, 12, Eve, 10, and twins Eli and Hugo, 7.
John Turturro and Katherine Borowitz
"The Night Of" star John Turturro, 59 — nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television — has been married to actress Katherine Borowitz, 62, since 1985. In the '90s, she had a guest role on "Law & Order" and a small part in "Internal Affairs" with Richard Gere. But she hasn't worked all that much in recent years. Still, Hollywood seems to run in the family: Both of their sons, Amedeo, 26 — who's now a comic book editor — and Diego, 16, have also dabbled in acting.