We know all of the 2019 Golden Globe nominees are lucky professionally, but are they lucky in love too? Before we see the statuettes get handed out on Jan. 6, 2019, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at the significant others of this year's crop of potential award winners. From an actor who has been married for 40 years to an actress who just welcomed her first child with a new hubby, let's see which nominated entertainers are attached. First up is Darren Criss, who will soon be a married man! The "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" star certainly had a busy 2018. Besides playing Andrew Cunanan on the hit FX project and picking up a nomination for best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie for his work, Darren proposed to longtime girlfriend Mia Swier. She works behind the scenes in Hollywood as a TV writer and producer. Keep reading to see more of the nominees' other halves!
Rami Malek not only nabbed a Golden Globe nomination thanks to his work in the film "Bohemian Rhapsody" — he also nabbed a girlfriend! Rami, who's up for best actor in a drama, has been linked to co-star Lucy Boynton since dating rumors started in April 2018.
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Best actress in a TV drama series nominee Caitriona Balfe has been charming viewers and critics alike on "Outlander" for years. Offscreen, she has her own love story unfolding with beau Tony McGill, a former band manager who now owns a few London bars. The two typically keep their relationship very quiet, but in January 2018, Caitriona admitted they were engaged.
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"The Handmaid's Tale" Yvonne Strahovski is up for best supporting actress in a series, limited series or TV movie at this year's ceremony. Offscreen, she's not only happily married but has a baby (that she carried herself!). The actress wed actor Tim Loden in 2017. The two, who started dating in 2009, welcomed their first child together, a son, in October. You might recognize Tim from the show "Vantastic" or from his stint on wife Yvonne's show "Chuck" in 2010, when he played a Polish rocker.
She's back! Candice Bergen's return to her most iconic character, Murphy Brown, on the fall's "Murphy Brown" reboot resulted in another Golden Globe nomination for the star. Candice previously picked up two Golden Globes for her portrayal of the TV journalist, and she's up for another best actress in a musical or comedy TV series statuette in 2019. Offscreen, the mother of one (she shares daughter Chloe with her late first husband, Louis Malle) is married to Marshall Rose, a New York real estate tycoon and philanthropist. They tied the knot in 2000.
His role on the British thriller "Bodyguard" resulted in a best actor in a TV drama Golden Globe nomination, and fortunately for Richard Madden, he won't be lonely on the red carpet. The actor, who has been linked to British beauties like Jenna Coleman, Laura Whitmore and Suki Waterhouse, is currently dating actress-slash-model Ellie Bamber, to whom he's been linked since the summer of 2017.
Thandie Newton picked up a best supporting actress in a series, limited series or TV movie nomination for her work on "Westworld." She's been married to British writer, director and producer Ol Parker since 1998. You might have caught Ol's latest project: He wrote and directed the 2018 flick "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again." The talented twosome share three children: daughters Ripley (born in 2000) and Nico (born in 2004) and son Booker (born in 2014).
Lin-Manuel Miranda previously earned a Golden Globe nomination — his first — for best original song for his "Moana" tune "How Far I'll Go" in 2016. Now he's up for best actor in a music or comedy film for his work in "Mary Poppins Returns." There's no doubt Lin-Manuel will be accompanied on the big night by his wife, Vanessa Adriana Nadal, an attorney and scientist. The impressive couple, who married in 2010, have two children — son Sebastian (born in 2014) and son Francisco (born in 2018).
"Green Book" star Viggo Mortensen picked up a best actor in a musical or comedy film nomination for his work in the acclaimed movie. The actor's significant other, Spanish actress Ariadna Gil, keeps a low profile, but the two have been in a relationship since 2009.
"A Private War" earned Rosamund Pike a best actress in a movie drama Globe nomination. Offscreen, the star has been dating Robie Uniacke, a businessman and mathematical researcher, since 2009. They share two sons, Solo (born in 2012), and Atom (born in 2014).
This won't be Robert Redford's first time at the Golden Globes! The esteemed actor already has three awards under his belt and picked up his seventh nomination in 2019 — this time for his work in "The Old Man & the Gun." It's likely wife Sibylle Szaggars will be by his side on the red carpet. The two have been married since 2009. Prior to that, Robert was married to Lola Van Wagenen, with whom he shared four kids — son Scott (who passed away as an infant in 1959), daughter Shauna (born in 1960), son David (born in 1962) and daughter Amy (born in 1970).
Best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie nominee Henry Winkler's wife has been by his side for decades! The "Barry" star has been married to Stacey Weitzman since 1978 — they celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in 2018! Stacey was there when Henry won his first Primetime Emmy (on crutches, no less!) so there's no doubt she'll be cheering him on at this year's Golden Globes. The happy couple have two children together, daughter Zoe (born in 1980) and son Max (born in 1983). Henry's also a stepfather to Stacey's oldest son, Jed, from her first marriage.
Check out this Hollywood power couple! Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell are both up for Golden Globes in 2019 thanks to their roles on "The Americans" — best actor and actress in a TV drama series, respectively. The two have been linked since 2013 and have one child together, son Sam, who was born in 2016. Keri also has two children from her previous marriage, son River (born in 2007) and daughter Willa (born in 2011).
Lady Gaga had quite the year in 2018! Aside from starring in the blockbuster flick "A Star is Born" and picking up a Golden Globe nomination for best actress in a movie drama, Gaga confirmed her engagement! The news broke after she thanked her "fiancé" Christian Carino — who's also her agent — during an ELLE event in October. There had been rumors about their engagement since Gaga was first spotted wearing a massive pink diamond ring at the end of 2017, the same year they went public with their romance.
Best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie nominee Hugh Grant wowed in the miniseries "A Very English Scandal." Offscreen, Hugh has four children with two women after on-and-off relationships with both Tinglan Hong and Anna Eberstein. He had his first daughter with Tinglan in 2011, Xiao Xi, before welcoming his second child, son John, with Swedish television producer Anna in 2013. He later got back together with Tinglan, with whom he welcomed third child, son Felix, also in 2013. He went back to Anna, with whom he welcomed a daughter, in 2015. He has since stayed with the producer, and even welcomed a third child with her in March 2018. They tied the knot a few months later in May.
We loved seeing Melissa McCarthy flex her dramatic muscles in "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association also took notice. Melissa's up for a best actress in a movie drama prize at the 2019 Golden Globes. We're sure Melissa's hubby, fellow actor Ben Falcone, will be by her side. The two — who've shared the screen multiple times in projects including "Bridesmaids," "The Heat," "Tammy," "Identity Thief," "Spy" and "The Boss" — have been married since 2005. They're the proud parents of two daughters, Vivian, born in 2007, and Georgette, born in 2010.
"The Kominsky Method" star Michael Douglas is up for best actor in a music or comedy TV series this year. Offscreen, he was first married to Diandra Luker, with whom he shares son Cameron (born in 1978). He married second wife Catherine Zeta-Jones in 2000. The two have had a rocky relationship over the last decade — they even split for a time in 2013 — but these days are doing well. They share son Dylan (born in 2000) and daughter Carys (born in 2003).
Mary Poppins is a magical character, so it's no surprise that it earned Emily Blunt a best actress in movie musical or comedy nomination. We can't wait to see the "Mary Poppins Returns" star alongside her famous hubby, John Krasinski, who's best known for his iconic role as Jim on "The Office" and roles in movies like "It's Complicated," "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi" and "A Quiet Place." The darling Hollywood couple started dating in 2008 before marrying in 2010. They share two daughters, Hazel (born in 2014) and Violet (born in 2016).
Congratulations are definitely in order for Bradley Cooper. He directed and starred in "A Star is Born," which picked up numerous nominations — including a best actor in a movie drama nod. We'll be waiting to see Bradley grace the carpet with his stunning other half, model Irina Shayk. The gorgeous couple have been dating since 2015. They welcomed their first child, daughter Lea, in 2017.
Her portrayal of Donatella Versace in "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" earned her a best supporting actress in a series, limited series or TV movie nomination. In real life, Penelope Cruz has been married to fellow star, Spanish actor Javier Bardem (best known for roles in films "No Country for Old Men" and "Vicky Cristina Barcelona"), since 2010. Their son, Leo, followed a year later in 2011. Daughter Luna was born in 2013.
Alison Brie stars on "GLOW," which earned her a best actress in a TV music or comedy series nomination this year. She's married to fellow actor Dave Franco, best known for roles in flicks like "Now You See Me," "Neighbors" and "The Disaster Artist." The two, who started dating in 2011, wed in 2017.
"Beautiful Boy" star Timothee Chalamet is up for a best supporting actor in a drama Golden Globe. He was linked to Lily-Rose Depp after they were photographed kissing in New York City in October 2018. Lily-Rose is best known for her budding modeling and acting career (and for being the daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis).
As excited as we are to see what Nicole Kidman will wear to the 2019 Golden Globes following her best actress in a drama nom for "Destroyer," we're equally excited to see her adorable red carpet PDA with hubby Keith Urban. The power couple, who married back in 2006, never fail to support each other's major career moments. Since tying the knot, Keith and Nicole have welcomed two daughters — Sunday Rose (born in 2008) and Faith Margaret (born in 2010).
Amy Adams wasn't just nominated for one Golden Globe — she has two nods! She's up for best supporting actress in any motion picture for her work in "Vice" and is also up for best supporting actress in a series, limited series or TV movie for her work on HBO's "Sharp Objects." She married Darren Le Gallo, whom she met in an acting class in 2001, in 2015 after an impressively long seven-year engagement. They welcomed their first child, daughter Aviana, in 2010. These days, Darren has largely left his acting days behind and instead focuses on his art.
Sandra Oh will not only be hosting the Golden Globes in 2019 — she'll be among the nominees! She's up for best performance by an actress in a TV drama series for "Killing Eve." Offscreen, Sandra has been linked to musician Andrew Featherston, a member of the band The Hereafter, for years. Don't expect to see Andrew on the red carpet anytime soon. Despite their nearly 11-year relationship, they've managed to keep a low profile. Sandra was previously wed to director Alexander Payne in the '00s.
Mahershala Ali's performance in "Green Book" received rave reviews, resulting in a best actor in a supporting role in any motion picture nomination. The talented actor has been married to Amatus-Sami Karim since 2013. They knew each other for over a decade prior to tying the knot. The share one child together, a daughter.
Billy Porter's "Pose" performance resulted in a Golden Globe nomination for best actor in a TV drama series. The Tony Award winner has been married to Adam Smith since 2017. The happy couple, who'd been dating off and on since 2009, tied the knot two weeks after getting engaged on New Year's Day.
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" star Rachel Brosnahan is up for best actress in a musical or comedy series. She took home the prize for best lead actress in a comedy series at the 2018 Primetime Emmys. Actor Jason Ralph — who currently stars on SyFy's "The Magicians" (but you may also recognize him from stints on "Gossip Girl," "Madam Secretary" and "Younger") — was by her side. Amid buzz that they'd secretly tied the knot, a source told Wonderwall.com that the pair quietly wed in late 2017.
Antonio Banderas starred on National Geographic's "Genius: Picasso," which ended up earning him a Golden Globe nomination for best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie. Though he's been married twice — first to Ana Leza, next to Melanie Griffith — these days, he's enjoying a relationship with investment banker Nicole Kimpel, who's 20 years his junior.
Thanks to his role on "Ozark," Jason Bateman could take home a best actor in a TV drama trophy. The actor has been happily married to Amanda Anka since 2001. Amanda is the daughter of singer Paul Anka. She and Jason share daughters Francesca (born in 2006) and Maple (born in 2012).
In early 2018, Sam Rockwell picked up a best supporting actor Golden Globe for his work in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." In 2019, he's up for the same honor, this time for his work in "Vice." We know his longtime love, fellow actress Leslie Bibb, will be by his side on the red carpet. The two started dating in 2007 but have yet to marry. Leslie's best known for her work in films like "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby" and "Iron Man."
German-Spanish actor Daniel Bruhl is in contention for the best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie statuette thanks to his great work on "The Alienist." When it comes to his personal life, Daniel is married to Felicitas Rombold. Felicitas is a model-turned-psychologist with whom he shares one son, Anton, who was born in 2016.
Offscreen, best actor in a musical or comedy TV series nominee Sacha Baron Cohen is married to fellow famous face Isla Fisher. The "Who is America?" star married Isla, best known for her work in projects like "Wedding Crashers," "Confessions of a Shopaholic" and "Arrested Development," back in 2010 after eight years of dating. They share three children: daughters Elula and Olive and son Montgomery.
Julia Roberts picked up a Golden Globe nomination for her work on the small screen this time! This year, Julia was recognized for her work on "Homecoming," which earned her a best actress in a TV drama series nod. The movie star will likely be accompanied by husband Daniel Moder, the cameraman-turned-cinematographer she met on the set of her 2000 film "The Mexican" and married in 2002. Danny is Julia's second husband (she was previously married to country singer Lyle Lovett in the '90s). They share three kids: twins Hazel and Phinnaeus (born in 2004) and son Henry (born in 2007).
Ben Whishaw is up for best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie thanks to his brilliant work on "A Very English Scandal." Ben has been married to Australian composer Mark Bradshaw since 2012. The couple are seen here at the 2016 Met gala with Ben's "Spectre" co-star Naomie Harris.
Olivia Colman is nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy film for her work as Queen Anne in "The Favourite." In real life, Olivia has been married to Ed Sinclair since 2001. The two have three children together.
Adam Driver got a best supporting actor nomination for his performance in "BlacKkKlansman." In 2013, the actor married longtime girlfriend Joanne Tucker, who also has a background in acting. In 2018, it was revealed that the couple had secretly welcomed a son two years earlier.
John C. Reilly's performance in "Stan & Ollie" earned him up a nomination for best actor in a movie musical or comedy. The funnyman has been married to Alison Dickey since 1992. Alison, an independent film producer, shares two sons with John.
"Succession" star Kieran Culkin has been married to Jazz Charton since 2013. 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 series.
"The Favourite" picked up many nominations at the 2019 Golden Globes, one of which was a best supporting actress nod for Rachel Weisz. Her significant other is Daniel Craig, who's best known for his role as James Bond in the last four installments of the film series. The duo married in 2011 and welcomed their first child together, a daughter, in 2018. Rachel recently announced that she'll be their only child together. Both have kids from previous relationships.
"Vice" star Christian Bale picked up a nom for best actor in a movie musical or comedy. The actor has been married to former model Sibi Blazic since 2000. The happy couple share two children: daughter Emmaline (born in 2005) and son Joseph (born in 2014).
This year, Benedict Cumberbatch nabbed a Golden Globe nomination for best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie for his work on "Patrick Melrose." He's been married to theater and opera director Sophie Hunter since 2015. They share sons Christopher (born in 2015) and Hal (born in 2017). A third child is on the way.
"The Good Place" picked up two 2019 Golden Globe nominations — one for best TV comedy series and one for star Kristen Bell, who scored a nod for best actress in a TV musical or comedy series. The self-proclaimed "serial monogamist" has been married to fellow actor Dax Shepard since 2010. Dax is best known for his roles in films like "Employee of the Month" and "CHiPs" and his work on the hit NBC series "Parenthood." The two share daughters Lincoln (born in 2013) and Delta (born in 2014).
Donald Glover earned a Golden Globe nomination for his work on "Atlanta." The star will be in contention for a best actor in a musical or comedy TV series at the ceremony this year. When it comes to his personal life, Donald keeps things very private. He's been with Michelle White since 2016. The couple have two sons: Legend, born in 2016, and a second boy, whose name is unknown, born in 2018.
Best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie nominee Alan Arkin has been married to psychotherapist Suzanne Newlander since 1996. Prior to that, the "The Kominsky Method" star was married twice — once to Jeremy Yaffe, with whom he shares sons Adam (born in 1956) and Matthew (born in 1960), and once to actress Barbara Dana.
"At Eternity's Gate" star Willem Dafoe received a best actor in a movie drama nomination thanks to his amazing work in the flick. He'll likely attend the Golden Globes with wife Giada Colagrande, an Italian actress, director and screenwriter. The couple have been married since 2005.
"Can You Ever Forgive Me?" star Richard E. Grant is up for best supporting actor in any motion picture. He's been happily married to voice coach Joan Washington since 1986. The two share a daughter, Olivia. Richard is also a stepfather to his wife's son, Tom.
Charlize Theron picked up a Golden Globe nomination for best actress in a musical or comedy film for her work in "Tully." Though she keeps her private life private, there were rumors earlier in 2018 that she might be dating actor Alexander Skarsgard, though the romance has yet to be confirmed.