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Golden Globe Awards 2014: Top winners and nominees

The evening’s big winner was “American Hustle,” which won three awards. In the television categories, “Breaking Bad,” Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “Behind the Candelabra” tied with two wins each. Click through to see who else took home a Golden Globe award. (Sony -Columbia Pictures / AMC)
‘American Hustle’
WINNER: Best picture: Comedy/Musical
Actor: Christian Bale
WINNER: Actress: Amy Adams
Supporting actor: Bradley Cooper
WINNER: Supporting actress: Jennifer Lawrence
Director: David O. Russell
Screenplay: Eric Singer, David O. Russell (Francois Duhamel / Columbia Pictures)
‘Breaking Bad’
WINNER: Best drama series
WINNER: Actor: Bryan Cranston
Supporting actor: Aaron Paul
 (Frank Ockenfels / AMC)
‘Dallas Buyers Club’
WINNER: Actor: Matthew McConaughey
WINNER: Supporting actor: Jared Leto (Anne Marie Fox / Focus Features)
‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’
WINNER: Best comedy series
WINNER: Actor: Andy Samberg (Eddy Chen / Fox)
‘12 Years a Slave’
WINNER: Best picture: Drama
Actor: Chiwetel Ejiofor
Supporting actor: Michael Fassbender
Supporting actress: Lupita Nyong’o
Director: Steve McQueen
Screenplay: John Ridley
Original score: Hans Zimmer (Francois Duhamel / Fox Searchlight)
‘The Wolf of Wall Street’
Best picture: Comedy/Musical
WINNER: Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio
 (Mary Cybulski / MCT)
‘Behind the Candelabra’
WINNER: Best miniseries or movie
WINNER: Actor: Michael Douglas
Actor: Matt Damon
Supporting actor: Rob Lowe
 (Claudette Barius / HBO)
Best picture: Drama
Actress: Sandra Bullock
WINNER: Director: Alfonso Cuarón
Original score: Steven Price (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Best picture: Comedy/Musical
Actor: Joaquin Phoenix
WINNER: Screenplay: Spike Jonze (Warner Bros. Pictures)
‘House of Cards’
Best drama series
Actor: Kevin Spacey
WINNER: Actress: Robin Wright
Supporting actor (miniseries or movie): Corey Stoll  (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times)
‘Top Of The Lake’
Best miniseries or movie
WINNER: Actress: Elisabeth Moss
 (Parisa Taghizadeh / Sundance Channel)
‘Dancing on the Edge’
Best miniseries or movie
Actor: Chiwetel Ejiofor
WINNER: Supporting actress: Jacqueline Bisset (Starz)
WINNER: Best animated feature
Original song: “Let Go,” Music/lyrics by: Robert Lopez, Kristen Anderson-Lopez (Walt Disney Co.)
‘All Is Lost’
Actor: Robert Redford
WINNER: Original score: Alex Ebert (Daniel Daza / Roadside Attractions)
Best picture: Comedy/Musical
Actor: Bruce Dern
Supporting actress: June Squibb
Director: Alexander Payne
Screenplay: Bob Nelson (Paramount Pictures)
‘Captain Phillips’
Best picture: Drama
Actor: Tom Hanks
Supporting actor: Barkhad Abdi
Director: Paul Greengrass (Hopper Stone / Columbia Pictures)
‘Inside Llewyn Davis’
Best picture: Comedy/Musical
Actor: Oscar Isaac
Original song: “Please Mr. Kennedy” Music/lyrics by: Ed Rush, George Cromarty, T Bone Burnett, Justin Timberlake, Joel Coen, Ethan Coen (Alison Rosa / CBS FIlms)
Best picture: Drama
Actress: Judi Dench
Screenplay: Steve Coogan, Jeff Pope (Alex Bailey / The Weinstein Co.)
‘The Good Wife’
Best drama series
Actress: Julianna Margulies
Supporting actor (miniseries or movie): Josh Charles (David M. Russell / CBS)
‘White Queen’
Best miniseries or movie
Actress: Rebecca Ferguson
Supporting actress: Janet Mcteer (Ed Miller / Starz)
‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’
Actor (Drama): Idris Elba
Original song: “Ordinary Love,” Music by: Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen, Jr., Brian Burton. Lyrics by: Bono
Original score: Alex Heffes (Keith Bernstein / The Weinstein Company)
‘American Horror Story: Coven’
Best miniseries or movie
Actress: Jessica Lange (Michele K. Short / MCT)
‘August: Osage County’
Actress: Meryl Streep
Supporting actress: Julia Roberts (Claire Folger / The Weinstein Co.)
Best comedy series
Actress: Lena Dunham
 (Jojo Whilden / HBO)
‘Masters of Sex’
Best drama series
Actor: Michael Sheen (Michael Desmond / Showtime)
‘Modern Familiy’
Best comedy series
Supporting actress: Sofia Vergara (Peter “Hopper” Stone / ABC)
Best picture: Drama
Supporting actor: Daniel Brühl
 (Jaap Buitendijk / Universal Studios)
‘Phil Spector’
Actor: Al Pacino
Actress: Helen Mirren
 (Phillip V. Caruso / HBO)
‘The Big Bang Theory’
Best comedy series
Actor: Jim Parsons
Actress: Mayim Bialik (Monty Brinton / CBS)
‘Labor Day’
Actress (Drama): Kate Winslet (Dale Robinette / Paramount Pictures)
‘Downton Abbey’
Best drama series
 (Carnival Film / PBS)
‘Blue is the Warmest Color’
Best foreign language film (Sundance Selects)
‘Saving Mr. Banks’
Actress: Emma Thompson
 (Francois Duhamel / Disney Enterprises)
‘Before Midnight’
Actress: Julie Delpy
 (Despina Spyrou / Sony Pictures Classic)
‘Enough Said’
Actress: Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Lacey Terrell / Fox Searchlight)
‘Frances Ha’
Actress: Greta Gerwig (Pine District)
‘The Book Thief’
Original score: John Williams (Jules Heath / 20th Century Fox)
Actress (television drama): Kerry Washington (Danny Feld / ABC)
‘Burton & Taylor’
Actress (miniseries or movie): Helena Bonham Carter (BBC)
‘Arrested Development’
Actor (television comedy): Jason Bateman, right (Mike Yarish / Netflix)
‘Nurse Jackie’
Actress (television comedy): Edie Falco, left
 (Ken Regan / Showtime)
Actress: Julia Louis-Dreyfus
 (Lacey Terrell / HBO)
‘Orange Is the New Black’
Actress (television drama): Taylor Schilling, left (Paul Schiraldi / Netflix)
‘Orphan Black’
Actress (television drama): Tatiana Maslany (Steve Wilkie / BBC America)
Actress (miniseries or movie): Hayden Panettiere (Chris Hollo / ABC)
‘New Girl’
Actress (comedy/musical): Zooey Deschanel (Patrick McElhenney / FOX)