Not only do these actors have sought-after Golden Globe nominations — they also have loyal partners to help them celebrate! Before the 2020 Globes on Jan. 5, Wonderwall.com is introducing you to the significant others of this year's crop of nominees! First up? "Living With Yourself" star Paul Rudd, who's been married to former publicist Julie Yaeger since 2003. They share two kids — a son and daughter. The actor's work on the Netflix series earned him a best actor in a TV comedy or musical nomination this year. Keep reading to meet more partners!
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge has been with boyfriend Martin McDonagh, the Oscar-winning English-Irish filmmaker, since 2018. He was there for her big 2019 Primetime Emmy wins for "Fleabag." We'll see if he'll be by her side if she takes home the best actress in a TV comedy or musical trophy at the 2020 Golden Globes.
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Taylor Hackford has been with "Catherine the Great" star Helen Mirren since 1986! The director, who married the actress in 1997, often supports his wife at big events like the Golden Globes, so he'll likely be there to cheer on her best actress in a TV miniseries or TV movie nomination.
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"Game of Thrones" hunk Kit Harington is up for best actor in a TV drama. He married former co-star Rose Leslie in 2018 in her native Scotland after a six-year on-and-off courtship. They fell for one another while filming their hit HBO show in 2012.
Billy Porter is a happily married man! He wed eyewear executive Adam Smith in 2017. Billy is up for best actor in a TV drama nominee for his work on "Pose." The couple met back in 2009 and broke up in 2010 before rekindling their romance in 2015 following a performance of "Hamilton."
Christina Applegate is a best actress in a TV musical or comedy nominee this year thanks to her work on Netflix's "Dead to Me." She's been happily married since 2013 to Dutch bassist Martyn LeNoble, a founding member of the rock group Porno for Pyros. The couple started dating 11 years ago and share daughter Sadie.
Stellan Skarsgård, who's up for a best supporting actor Golden Globe for his work on "Chernobyl," has been married to Megan Everett since 2009. They share two of Stellan's eight children.
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" star Rachel Brosnahan picked up a best actress in a TV musical or comedy nomination again, and she'll likely be accompanied by her handsome hubby, Jason Ralph. Jason, an actor who stars on SyFy's "The Magicians," wed Rachel in 2016.
Jared Harris — a best actor in a limited TV series or TV movie nominee — has the support of wife Allegra Riggio. The "Chernobyl" star met his other half — a radio and TV host and former model — 10 years ago. The couple have now been married for six years.
Meryl Streep wed artist Don Gummer in 1978. The couple have four children — a son and three daughters. Meryl — who has more career Golden Globes nominations than anyone else (with 34) — collected her latest this year: best supporting TV actress for her work on "Big Little Lies."
"Fosse/Verdon" star Sam Rockwell just picked up yet another nomination for his work on the compelling show — this time a best actor in a limited TV series or motion picture Golden Globe nod. We bet his doting significant other, actress Leslie Bibb, will be on the 2020 Globes red carpet beside him. The couple met in 2007 and have been dating ever since!
We all know Jennifer Lopez's biggest fan is her fiancé, former Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez. And we're sure A-Rod will be cheering for his love on Golden Globes night when J.Lo finds out if she'll win the best supporting actress in a drama prize for her work in "Hustlers."
Best actress in a drama nominee Scarlett Johansson stars in "Marriage Story," but she doesn't quite know what married life with her significant other looks like quite yet! Her boyfriend of two and a half years, "Saturday Night Live" star Colin Jost, proposed in May 2019, but they've yet to reveal if they've set a wedding date.
Will Taylor Swift's British beau serve as her plus one on Golden Globes night? The superstar, who's up for best original song for "Beautiful Ghosts" from "Cats," has been quietly dating actor Joe Alwyn since 2016.
Best original song nominee Beyonce started dating JAY-Z way back in 2002! The power couple have been married since 2008 and have welcomed three children into the world — daughter Blue Ivy Carter and twins Sir and Rumi. The superstar picked up the prestigious accolade this year thanks to her work on the song "Spirit" from "The Lion King," and if she blesses the Globes with her presence, we bet Jay will join her.
Emily Thomas, Taron Egerton's girlfriend, has been by his side for years. The producer and the "Rocketman" actor have been dating since 2016, though they had a brief split in 2018 before reuniting. We'll see if she tags along to the Golden Globes, where Taron's up for best actor in a movie musical or comedy.
Best supporting actor nominee Tom Hanks picked up his latest nomination for his work in "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood." And his plus one? That will likely be his lovely wife, actress Rita Wilson. The two met in 1981 on the set of "Bosom Buddies," married in 1988 and have since welcomed two sons.
Reese Witherspoon is up for best TV actress in a drama for her work on "The Morning Show," and we bet her loyal hubby, talent agent Jim Toth, gave her a big congratulations. The couple started dating in 2010, married in 2011 and welcomed son Tennessee in 2012.
Rami Malek nabbed a best actor in a TV drama Golden Globe nomination for his work on "Mr. Robot" this year. He's went public with his romance with "Bohemian Rhapsody" co-star Lucy Boynton in 2018.
Best supporting actor in a limited TV series or TV movie nominee Henry Winkler's wife has been his plus one for decades! The "Barry" star has been married to Stacey Weitzman since 1978 — that's over 40 years of marriage! The couple have two children together, Zoe and Max. Henry's also a stepfather to Stacey's oldest son, Jed, from her first marriage.
You know Nicole Kidman's other half! The best actress in a TV drama nominee for "Big Little Lies" will likely be flanked by her hubby, country music superstar Keith Urban. The power couple, who married back in 2006, are always there for each other's big events (most recently when Nicole cheered Keith on at the 2019 CMA Awards). Since tying the knot, Keith and Nicole have welcomed two daughters together. Nicole also has two adult children with ex-husband Tom Cruise.
"On Becoming a God in Central Florida" star Kirsten Dunst — who's nominated for best actress in a TV musical or comedy — is engaged to actor Jesse Plemons, with whom she shares a son.
Best actor in a TV miniseries or movie nominee Sacha Baron Cohen is married to fellow famous face Isla Fisher. The "The Spy" star married Isla back in 2010 after eight years of dating. They share three children: daughters Elula and Olive and son Montgomery.
Olivia Colman is nominated for best actress in a TV drama for her work as Queen Elizabeth II on "The Crown." We're willing to bet her lovely hubby, Ed Sinclair, will be right by her side the entire night. The two have been married since 2001 and share three children together.
Adam Driver picked up a best actor in a drama nomination for his performance in the film "Marriage Story" — and he's got some experience in that department. He's been married to Joanne Tucker since 2013. In 2018, it was revealed that the super-private couple had quietly welcomed a son two years earlier.
"Succession" star Kieran Culkin has been married to Jazz Charton since 2013. The couple welcomed their first child, daughter Kinsey, in September 2019. He's up for a best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie Golden Globe thanks to his work on the HBO show.
"Ford v Ferrari" star Christian Bale picked up a nomination for best actor in a movie drama this year. The British star has been married to former model Sibi Blazic since 2000. The couple share two children — a son and a daughter.
Antonio Banderas is up for best actor in a movie drama for "Pain and Glory" this year, and we bet his girlfriend Nicole Kimpel will be his plus one. He's been dating the investment banker — who's 21 years his junior — for five years now.
"Joker" star Joaquin Phoenix — a best actor in a movie drama nominee — has been romantically involved with actress Rooney Mara since 2016. The couple reportedly got engaged in early 2019.
Jonathan Pryce picked up a best actor in a drama nomination for his work in the film "The Two Popes." He met his off-screen other half, Kate Fahy, way back in 1972 while working at a theater. The couple didn't marry until 2015, but in the meantime had three children: Patrick, Gabriel and Phoebe.
This next nominee has an equally famous other half! Daniel Craig, who picked up a nod for best actor in a musical or comedy for his performance in "Knives Out," started dating Rachel Weisz in 2010. By 2011, the two were married. They share a daughter together, who was born in 2018, and each have another child from previous relationships.
Though she likely won't be on his arm, as he's known to keep his relationships very private, Leonardo DiCaprio does currently have a serious girlfriend: He's been dating model and actress Camila Morrone, who is 23 years his junior, since 2017. Leo is up for best actor in a comedy or musical this year for his work in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
Eddie Murphy has been with Australian model Paige Butcher since 2012 and engaged to her since 2018. The beauty, who's 19 years his junior, is the mother of two of Eddie's 10 kids. At this year's Golden Globes, Eddie is up for best actor in a musical or comedy for his work in "Dolemite is My Name."
Cate Blanchett is no stranger to the Golden Globes. This year, she's up for best actress in a musical or comedy for her performance in "Where'd You Go Bernadette?" And she'll have an equally familiar date in attendance — husband Andrew Upton. She's been married to the playwright and screenwriter since 1997. They share three sons and one daughter.
Beanie Feldstein is dating film producer Bonnie Roberts. Though they've never confirmed when they got together, Beanie has been a fixture on Bonnie's social media feeds since late 2018. This year, Beanie is up for best actress in a musical or comedy for her work in "Booksmart."
"Late Night" star Emma Thompson collected a best actress in a musical or comedy nomination. And it's likely her husband, actor and producer Greg Wise, will be right by her side. The couple, who've been married since 2003, share two kids.
Anthony Hopkins has been married to actress-producer Stella Arroyave, his third wife, since 2003. He's up for a best supporting actor Golden Globe for his work in "The Two Popes."
If Annette Bening wins a best supporting actress trophy for her work in "The Report," we bet husband Warren Beatty will be elated. The actors have been married since 1992 and share two sons and two daughters.
Margot Robbie has been married to director-producer Tom Ackerley since 2016. They wed after two years of dating. This year, Margot is up for best supporting actress for her performance in "Bombshell."
He plays a media mogul and family patriarch on "Succession," a performance that earned him a best actor in a TV drama nomination. Off-screen, Brian Cox has been married to Nicole Ansari-Cox — with whom he shares two sons — since 2002.
Best actor in a TV musical or comedy nominee Michael Douglas doesn't have to worry about his date on Golden Globes night. The star of "The Kominsky Method" has been married to actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, the mother of his two youngest children, since 2000.
You'll recognize Natasha Lyonne's boyfriend! It's none other than comedian Fred Armisen, to whom she's been linked since 2014.
Alan Arkin and wife Suzanne Newlander are no stranger to Golden Globe date nights — here they are last year! The two, who've been married since 1996, will be back in 2020 thanks to Alan's nomination for best supporting TV actor for his work on "The Kominsky Method."