Ahead of the 93rd Annual Academy Awards on April 25, 2021, join Wonderwall.com as we get to know the 2021 Oscar nominees' significant others… starting with Steven Yeun, who's up for best actor in a leading role for his performance in "Minari." Steven has two children with photographer Joana Pak. They met in Chicago in 2009 when she was in college and he was serving drinks. "She walked into the bar where I was a really sh**** bartender, and it was kismet. After that, I saw her every day for six months," the actor told Martha Stewart Weddings. They decided to keep things going long-distance after he moved to Los Angeles and got cast in "The Walking Dead," which shot in Atlanta, and it worked out — they wed in 2016.
Keep reading to meet more 2021 Oscar nominees' current loves…
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Emerald Fennell is up for three 2021 Academy Awards for "Promising Young Woman" — best director, best original screenplay and best picture (she also produced it!). The multi-hyphenate, who notably played Camilla Parker Bowls on "The Crown," is married to advertising director Chris Vernon. In 2019, the couple welcomed their first child together, a son.
"Hamilton" alum Leslie Odom Jr., who earned two Oscar nods — for best actor in a supporting role for his work in "One Night in Miami" and best original song for "Speak Now" — married fellow Broadway performer Nicolette Robinson in 2012. They share two children: Lucille Ruby and Able Phineas, who was born a month before the 2021 Oscars ceremony.
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Riz Ahmed lit up the screen in "Sound of Metal" and earned a 2021 Academy Award nomination for best actor for his performance. He married New York Times bestselling author Fatima Farheen Mirza in 2020. In April, he revealed he proposed over a game of Scrabble during a picnic in a park amid the coronavirus pandemic. "I did that corny thing where I stole all the correct letters up front and spelled out 'Will you marry me?'" he told late night host Jimmy Kimmel. "She looked up and was like, 'You're joking.' Maybe the way I proposed didn't help because she's a novelist — she's amazing with words."
Viola Davis — who earned a nomination for best actress for her work in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" — has been married to Julius Tennon since 2003. The pair adopted a daughter together in 2011. Viola is also a stepmother to Julius's children from previous relationships. "Your marriage doesn't start when you say 'I do.' Your marriage starts when you look over at your partner and you want to kill them. You're looking at them for seconds, or sometimes minutes or longer, and thinking, 'I cannot believe I married this human being. They are driving me crazy,'" the "How to Get Away with Murder" actress candidly said in an OWN interview in 2017. She continued, "And then the next minute, you say, 'I love them more than anything and I'm sticking with it.'"
Amanda Seyfried — who received a nomination for best supporting actress for her work in "Mank" — married "The Newsroom" actor Thomas Sadoski in 2017. They met working on the off-Broadway play "The Way We Get By" in 2015. The couple, who tied the knot after more than a year of dating, share two children: daughter Nina and son Thomas.
Daniel Kaluuya received a nod for best supporting actor for his performance in "Judas and the Black Messiah." Daniel, who hails from London has reportedly been in a relationship with actress-producer Amandla Crichlow since he began his rise to Hollywood stardom.
Daniel Kaluuya isn't the only star in "Judas and the Black Messiah" with a nomination this year! Lakeith Stanfield also earned a nod for best supporting actor. The "Knives Out" star has been in a relationship with "The Mindy Project" actress Xosha Roquemore since 2015. The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter, in June 2017.
Olivia Colman is up for best supporting actress at this year's Oscars for her work in "The Father." As for her personal life? The Norwich, England, native has been married to actor-producer Ed Sinclair since 2001. "My husband and I were very lucky. We met when we had nothing and we loved each other then. So we were all right," Olivia told The Telegraph in 2013. "We were 20 and he was also an actor. If you meet at that age then you're fine. For me it was thunderbolts straight away." They share sons Finn and Hall.
Paul Raci — who's up for best supporting actor for his performance in "Sound of Metal" — is married to Liz Hanley Raci (who also happens to be his agent), with whom he shares daughter Britta. Paul credits Liz for getting him his "Sound of Metal" role!
2021 best actress nominee Carey Mulligan, who stars in "Promising Young Woman," has been married to Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus Mumford since 2012. Carey, who shares daughter Evelyn Grace and son Wilfred with the musician, opened up to Vogue in 2015 about balancing her personal and professional lives. "Like anyone, you try and split your time evenly," she explained. "Marcus is the only thing that's mine that I can keep away, so I try to."
Anthony Hopkins married third wife Stella Arroyave in 2003. "She's a wonderful woman who likes to spend money," he told the Daily Mail in 2013, "and even as I am sitting here talking to you, is out spending my money. It's all gone, whoosh. But she's very good for me, my wife, because she slows me down."
Frances McDormand — who received a nomination for best actress for her work in Chloé Zhao's "Nomadland" — married Joel Coen (one half of famed filmmakers the Coen Brothers) in 1984. As for how they came to be? Frances and Joel met when the actress auditioned for the Coen Brothers' directorial debut, "Blood Simple." The critically acclaimed power couple adopted son Pedro from Paraguay in 1995. "As a mother, you live on the edge of disaster," Frances told the Belfast Telegraph in 2018. "You just do. I didn't give birth to my son, I met him at six months old, but from the minute I held him and smelled him, I knew it was my job to keep him alive."
At this year's Oscars, Gary Oldman is up for best actor for his work in "Mank." The former Oscar winner, whose past wives include Lesley Manville and Uma Thurman, married art curator Gisele Schmidt in 2017. He has three children from previous marriages — one with Lesley and two with Donya Fiorentino.
Since 2010, Sacha Baron Cohen has been married to actress Isla Fisher. The Brit — who received nods for best supporting actor for his work in "The Trial of the Chicago 7" and best adapted screenplay for his "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" script — shares three children with Isla, whom he's been with since 2002: daughters Olive and Elula, and son Montgomery. "It's impossible to make a movies like this without having an incredibly supporting spouse," Sacha told reporters after he won a 2021 Golden Globe for his performance in the "Borat" sequel, as reported by People. "You know, I went and made two movies in the last 12 months: '[The Trial of the] Chicago Seven' and 'Borat 2.' And these aren't normal shoot days; you're calling up sometimes at the end of the day and just saying, 'I was lucky to make it out in one piece today,' so you need a very, very understanding wife. And I'm very lucky to have it."
David Fincher's "Mank" — which earned him a nod for best director — has garnered some serious Oscar buzz with a whopping 10 nominations in total. The acclaimed director — who's earned 40 Academy Award nominations throughout his career — married producer Ceán Chaffin in 1996.