Halle Berry Awards



  • Halle Berry
    • Famous as : Actress, model
    • Birth Name : Halle Maria Berry
    • Birth Date : August 14, 1966
    • Birth Place : Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    • Spouse : David Justice (pro baseball player, 31-Dec-92 - 24-Jun-97), Eric Benet (musician, 24-Jan-01 - 3-Jan-05), Olivier Martinez (actor, since 13-Jul-13, filed for divorce)
    • Claim to Fame : As Vivian in "Jungle Fever" (1991)

Halle Berry Awards

  • Academy Awards, USA

    • 2002
    • Won Oscar 
    • Best Actress in a Leading Role
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
  • Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Saturn Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for The Call (2013)
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Saturn Award 
    • Best Supporting Actress
    • for Die Another Day (2002)
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Saturn Award 
    • Best Supporting Actress
    • for The Flintstones (1994)
  • Acapulco Black Film Festival

    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Black Film Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for B*A*P*S (1997)
    • 1997
    • Won Acapulco Black Film Career Achievement Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for B*A*P*S (1997)
  • Acapulco Film Festival

    • 2014
    • Won Silver Jaguar Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for B*A*P*S (1997)
  • AFI Awards, USA

    • 2002
    • Got nomination for AFI Film Award 
    • AFI Actor of the Year - Female - Movies
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
  • African-American Film Critics Association Awards

    • 2010
    • Won AAFCA Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Frankie and Alice (2010)
  • BAFTA Awards

    • 2003
    • Got nomination for BAFTA Film Award 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
  • Bambi Awards

    • 2002
    • Won Bambi 
    • Film - International
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
  • Berlin International Film Festival

    • 2002
    • Won Silver Berlin Bear 
    • Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
  • BET Awards

    • 2013
    • Got nomination for BET Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • 2011
    • Got nomination for BET Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • 2008
    • Won BET Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for BET Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • 2002
    • Won BET Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
  • Black Reel Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Black Reel 
    • Outstanding Actress, Motion Picture
    • for The Call (2013)
    • 2004
    • Got nomination for Black Reel 
    • Film: Best Actress
    • for Gothika (2003)
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Black Reel 
    • Theatrical - Best Supporting Actress
    • for Die Another Day (2002)
    • 2002
    • Won Black Reel 
    • Theatrical - Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • 2000
    • Won Black Reel 
    • Network/Cable - Best Actress
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
  • Blockbuster Entertainment Awards

    • 1997
    • Won Blockbuster Entertainment Award 
    • Favorite Actress - Adventure/Drama
    • for Executive Decision (1996)
  • Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

    • 2001
    • Got nomination for CFCA Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
  • Emmy Awards

    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie
    • for Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005) (TV)
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Made for Television Movie
    • for Lackawanna Blues (2005) (TV)
    • shared with Vince Cirrincione; Shelby Stone; Ruben Santiago-Hudson (executive producers)
    • 2000
    • Won Emmy 
    • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Vince Cirrincione; Shelby Stone; Ruben Santiago-Hudson (executive producers)
    • 2000
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Made for Television Movie
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Moctesuma Esparza (executive producer); Robert Katz (executive producer); Larry Y. Albucher
  • Empire Awards, UK

    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Empire Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Die Another Day (2002)
    • shared with Moctesuma Esparza (executive producer); Robert Katz (executive producer); Larry Y. Albucher
  • Golden Globes, USA

    • 2011
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
    • for Frankie and Alice (2010)
    • shared with Moctesuma Esparza (executive producer); Robert Katz (executive producer); Larry Y. Albucher
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television
    • for Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005) (TV)
    • shared with Moctesuma Esparza (executive producer); Robert Katz (executive producer); Larry Y. Albucher
    • 2002
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • shared with Moctesuma Esparza (executive producer); Robert Katz (executive producer); Larry Y. Albucher
    • 2000
    • Won Golden Globe 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Moctesuma Esparza (executive producer); Robert Katz (executive producer); Larry Y. Albucher
  • Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA

    • 2006
    • Won Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Moctesuma Esparza (executive producer); Robert Katz (executive producer); Larry Y. Albucher
  • Independent Spirit Awards

    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Independent Spirit Award 
    • Best First Feature
    • for Lackawanna Blues (2005) (TV)
    • shared with George C. Wolfe (director); Vince Cirrincione; Nellie Nugiel (producers)
  • Kids' Choice Awards, USA

    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Blimp Award 
    • Favorite Movie Actress
    • for Catwoman (2004)
    • shared with George C. Wolfe (director); Vince Cirrincione; Nellie Nugiel (producers)
  • MTV Movie Awards

    • 2004
    • Got nomination for MTV Movie Award 
    • Best Female Performance
    • for Gothika (2003)
    • shared with George C. Wolfe (director); Vince Cirrincione; Nellie Nugiel (producers)
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for MTV Movie Award 
    • Best Female Performance
    • for Die Another Day (2002)
    • shared with George C. Wolfe (director); Vince Cirrincione; Nellie Nugiel (producers)
    • 2002
    • Got nomination for MTV Movie Award 
    • Best Female Performance
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • shared with George C. Wolfe (director); Vince Cirrincione; Nellie Nugiel (producers)
    • 2001
    • Got nomination for MTV Movie Award 
    • Best On-Screen Team
    • for X-Men (2000)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for MTV Movie Award 
    • Most Desirable Female
    • for The Flintstones (1994)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 1993
    • Got nomination for MTV Movie Award 
    • Best Breakthrough Performance
    • for Boomerang (1992)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 1993
    • Got nomination for MTV Movie Award 
    • Most Desirable Female
    • for Boomerang (1992)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
  • NAACP Image Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for The Call (2013)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2013
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for Cloud Atlas (2012)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2011
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for Frankie and Alice (2010)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2008
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for Things We Lost in the Fire (2007)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Actress in a TV Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
    • for Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005) (TV)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2004
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for Gothika (2003)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2003
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for Die Another Day (2002)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2002
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for Swordfish (2001)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2000
    • Won NAACP Image Special Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for Swordfish (2001)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2000
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie/Miniseries/Dramatic Special
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Television Movie or Mini-Series
    • for The Wedding (1998) (TV)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for Bulworth (1998)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 1996
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture
    • for Losing Isaiah (1995)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 1996
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series
    • for Solomon & Sheba (1995) (TV)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 1995
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Television Movie or Mini-Series
    • for Queen (1993) (mini)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
  • National Board of Review, USA

    • 2001
    • Won NBR Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
  • Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

    • 2015
    • Got nomination for Blimp Award 
    • Favorite Female Action Star
    • for X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2007
    • Got nomination for Blimb Award 
    • Favorite Movie Actress
    • for X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2004
    • Got nomination for Blimp Award 
    • Favorite Movie Actress
    • for X2 (2003)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Blimp Award 
    • Favorite Female Butt Kicker
    • for Die Another Day (2002)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Blimp Award 
    • Favorite Movie Actress
    • for Die Another Day (2002)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2001
    • Got nomination for Blimp Award 
    • Favorite Movie Actress
    • for X-Men (2000)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
  • Palm Springs International Film Festival

    • 2008
    • Won Desert Palm Achievement Award 
    • Favorite Movie Actress
    • for X-Men (2000)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
  • People's Choice Awards, USA

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress
    • for X-Men (2000)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2008
    • Got nomination for People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Female Movie Star
    • for X-Men (2000)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2007
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Female Action Movie Star
    • for X-Men (2000)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2007
    • Got nomination for People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Female Movie Star
    • for X-Men (2000)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
    • 2004
    • Got nomination for People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Motion Picture Actress
    • for X-Men (2000)
    • shared with Hugh Jackman; James Marsden; Anna Paquin
  • PGA Golden Laurel Awards

    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Television Producer of the Year Award in Longform 
    • Favorite Motion Picture Actress
    • for Lackawanna Blues (2005) (TV)
    • shared with Ruben Santiago-Hudson; Vince Cirrincione; Shelby Stone
  • PRISM Awards

    • 2011
    • Won PRISM Award 
    • Performance in a Feature Film
    • for Frankie and Alice (2010)
    • shared with Ruben Santiago-Hudson; Vince Cirrincione; Shelby Stone
  • Razzie Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Razzie Award 
    • Worst Actress
    • for The Call (2013), Movie 43 (2013)
    • shared with Ruben Santiago-Hudson; Vince Cirrincione; Shelby Stone
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Razzie Award 
    • Worst Actress
    • for Catwoman (2004)
    • shared with Ruben Santiago-Hudson; Vince Cirrincione; Shelby Stone
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Razzie Award 
    • Worst Screen Couple
    • for Catwoman (2004)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
  • Satellite Awards

    • 2002
    • Got nomination for Golden Satellite Award 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
    • 2000
    • Got nomination for Golden Satellite Award 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
  • Scream Awards

    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Scream Award 
    • Sexiest Superhero
    • for X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
  • Screen Actors Guild Awards

    • 2002
    • Won Actor Award 
    • Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
    • for Monster's Ball (2001)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
    • 2000
    • Won Actor Award 
    • Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
  • ShoWest Convention, USA

    • 2004
    • Won ShoWest Award 
    • Female Star of the Year
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
  • Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards

    • 2000
    • Won Lena Horne Award 
    • (for Outstanding Career Achievements)
    • for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) (TV)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
  • Teen Choice Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    • for X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
    • 2013
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Movie Actress: Drama
    • for The Call (2013)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
    • 2004
    • Won Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Movie Actress - Drama/Action Adventure
    • for Gothika (2003)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Movie Actress - Drama/Action Adventure
    • for X2 (2003)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
  • Walk of Fame

    • 2007
    • Won Star on the Walk of Fame 
    • (on April 3, 2007; at 6801 Hollywood Blvd.)
    • for X2 (2003)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone
  • Women in Film Crystal Awards

    • 2002
    • Won Crystal Award 
    • (on April 3, 2007; at 6801 Hollywood Blvd.)
    • for X2 (2003)
    • shared with Benjamin Bratt; Sharon Stone


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