Jane Fonda Awards



  • Jane Fonda
    • Famous as : Actress, writer
    • Birth Name : Lady Jayne Seymour Fonda
    • Birth Date : December 21, 1937
    • Birth Place : New York City, New York, USA
    • Spouse : Roger Vadim (director/actor, 14-Aug-65 - 16-Jan-73), Tom Hayden (21-Jan-73 - 90), Ted Turner (producer, 21-Dec-91 - 22-May-01)
    • Claim to Fame : As Catherine 'Cat' Ballou in "Cat Ballou" (1965)

Awards

  • Academy Awards, USA

    • 1987
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Actress in a Leading Role
    • for The Morning After (1986)
    • 1982
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Actress in a Supporting Role
    • for On Golden Pond (1981)
    • 1980
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Actress in a Leading Role
    • for The China Syndrome (1979)
    • 1979
    • Won Oscar 
    • Best Actress in a Leading Role
    • for Coming Home (1978)
    • 1978
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Actress in a Leading Role
    • for Julia (1977)
    • 1972
    • Won Oscar 
    • Best Actress in a Leading Role
    • for Klute (1971)
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Actress in a Leading Role
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
  • AFI Awards, USA

    • 2014
    • Won AFI Life Achievement Award 
    • Best Actress in a Leading Role
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
  • American Movie Awards

    • 1982
    • Won Marquee Award 
    • Best Supporting Actress
    • for On Golden Pond (1981)
    • 1980
    • Won Marquee Award 
    • Favorite Film Star - Female
    • for On Golden Pond (1981)
    • 1980
    • Got nomination for Marquee Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for The China Syndrome (1979)
  • BAFTA Awards

    • 1983
    • Got nomination for BAFTA Film Award 
    • Best Supporting Actress
    • for On Golden Pond (1981)
    • 1980
    • Won BAFTA Film Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for The China Syndrome (1979)
    • 1979
    • Won BAFTA Film Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Julia (1977)
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for BAFTA Film Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Klute (1971)
    • 1971
    • Got nomination for BAFTA Film Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
    • 1968
    • Got nomination for BAFTA Film Award 
    • Best Foreign Actress
    • for Barefoot in the Park (1967)
  • Critics' Choice Television Awards

    • 2013
    • Won Critics' Choice Television Award 
    • Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series
    • for The Newsroom (2012) (TV)
  • David di Donatello Awards

    • 1978
    • Won David Award 
    • Best Foreign Actress (Migliore Attrice Straniero)
    • for Julia (1977)
  • Emmy Awards

    • 2013
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
    • for The Newsroom (2012) (TV)
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Informational Series
    • for A Century of Women (1994) (TV)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1984
    • Won Emmy 
    • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special
    • for The Dollmaker (1984) (TV Movie)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Film Society of Lincoln Center

    • 2001
    • Won Gala Tribute 
    • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special
    • for The Dollmaker (1984) (TV Movie)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Fotogramas de Plata

    • 1973
    • Won Fotogramas de Plata 
    • Best Foreign Movie Performer (Mejor interprete de cine extranjero)
    • for Klute (1971)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA)

    • 2016
    • Won Timeless Star Award 
    • Best Foreign Movie Performer (Mejor interprete de cine extranjero)
    • for Klute (1971)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 2016
    • Got nomination for Dorian Award 
    • TV Performance of the Year - Actress
    • for Grace and Frankie (2015) (TV)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Golden Apple Awards

    • 1977
    • Won Golden Apple 
    • Female Star of the Year
    • for Grace and Frankie (2015) (TV)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1970
    • Won Sour Apple 
    • Female Star of the Year
    • for Grace and Frankie (2015) (TV)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Golden Boot Awards

    • 1993
    • Won Golden Boot 
    • Female Star of the Year
    • for Grace and Frankie (2015) (TV)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Golden Globes, USA

    • 2016
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
    • for Youth (2015)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
    • for The Dollmaker (1984) (TV Movie)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1982
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress in a Supporting Role
    • for On Golden Pond (1981)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1980
    • Won Henrietta Award 
    • World Film Favorite - Female
    • for On Golden Pond (1981)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1980
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama
    • for The China Syndrome (1979)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1979
    • Won Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama
    • for Coming Home (1978)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1979
    • Won Henrietta Award 
    • World Film Favorite - Female
    • for Coming Home (1978)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1978
    • Won Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama
    • for Julia (1977)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1973
    • Won Henrietta Award 
    • World Film Favorite - Female
    • for Julia (1977)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1972
    • Won Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama
    • for Klute (1971)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1967
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/Comedy
    • for Any Wednesday (1966)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1966
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/Comedy
    • for Cat Ballou (1965)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1963
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/Comedy
    • for Period of Adjustment (1962)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1962
    • Won Golden Globe 
    • Most Promising Newcomer - Female
    • for Period of Adjustment (1962)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Hasty Pudding Theatricals, USA

    • 1961
    • Won Woman of the Year 
    • Most Promising Newcomer - Female
    • for Period of Adjustment (1962)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards

    • 1972
    • Won KCFCC Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Klute (1971)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1971
    • Won KCFCC Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Laurel Awards

    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Golden Laurel 
    • Female Comedy Performance
    • for Barbarella (1968)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Golden Laurel 
    • Female Star
    • for Barbarella (1968)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1968
    • Won Golden Laurel 
    • Female Comedy Performance (2nd place)
    • for Barefoot in the Park (1967)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1968
    • Won Golden Laurel 
    • Female Star (3rd place)
    • for Barefoot in the Park (1967)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1967
    • Won Golden Laurel 
    • Female Dramatic Performance (2nd place)
    • for Hurry Sundown (1967)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1967
    • Got nomination for Golden Laurel 
    • Female Star
    • for Hurry Sundown (1967)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1966
    • Won Golden Laurel 
    • Comedy Performance, Female
    • for Cat Ballou (1965)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1965
    • Got nomination for Golden Laurel 
    • Female Star
    • for Cat Ballou (1965)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1964
    • Got nomination for Golden Laurel 
    • Top Female Star
    • for Cat Ballou (1965)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1963
    • Won Golden Laurel 
    • Top Female Comedy Performance (2nd place)
    • for Period of Adjustment (1962)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1963
    • Got nomination for Golden Laurel 
    • Top Female Star
    • for Period of Adjustment (1962)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1960
    • Won Golden Laurel 
    • Top Female New Personality
    • for Period of Adjustment (1962)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards

    • 1978
    • Won LAFCA Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Coming Home (1978)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • National Board of Review, USA

    • 2005
    • Won Career Achievement Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Coming Home (1978)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA

    • 1972
    • Won NSFC Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Klute (1971)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • New York Film Critics Circle Awards

    • 1971
    • Won NYFCC Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for Klute (1971)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1969
    • Won NYFCC Award 
    • Best Actress
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • People's Choice Awards, USA

    • 1983
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Motion Picture Actress
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1982
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Motion Picture Actress
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1981
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Motion Picture Actress
    • for They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
    • 1980
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Motion Picture Actress
    • for Favorite Motion Picture Actress
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Primetime Emmy Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Primetime Emmy 
    • Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
    • for The Newsroom (2012) (TV)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Razzie Awards

    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Razzie Award 
    • Worst Actress
    • for Old Gringo (1989)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Satellite Awards

    • 2016
    • Got nomination for Satellite Award 
    • Actress in a Supporting Role
    • for Youth (2015)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Savannah Film and Video Festival

    • 2001
    • Won Lifetime Achievement Award 
    • Actress in a Supporting Role
    • for Youth (2015)
    • shared with Judy Korin (director); Jacoba Atlas (executive producer/writer); Kyra Thompson (producer/writer)
  • Screen Actors Guild Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Actor Award 
    • Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
    • for Lee Daniels' The Butler (2013)
    • shared with Forest Whitaker; Oprah Winfrey; David Oyelowo
  • ShoWest Convention, USA

    • 1979
    • Won ShoWest Award 
    • Female Star of the Year
    • for Lee Daniels' The Butler (2013)
    • shared with Forest Whitaker; Oprah Winfrey; David Oyelowo
  • Teen Choice Awards

    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Movie Chemistry
    • for Monster-in-Law (2005)
    • shared with Jennifer Lopez
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Movie Hissy Fit
    • for Monster-in-Law (2005)
    • shared with Jennifer Lopez
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Movie Liar
    • for Monster-in-Law (2005)
    • shared with Jennifer Lopez
  • Tony Awards

    • 1960
    • Got nomination for Tony Award 
    • Actress, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic)
    • for "There Was a Little Girl"
    • shared with Jennifer Lopez
  • Women in Film Crystal Awards

    • 1981
    • Won Crystal Award 
    • Actress, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic)
    • for "There Was a Little Girl"
    • shared with Jennifer Lopez


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