16 Golden Globes Awarded for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture in the 21st Century

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The Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture is an accolade presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The award-giving body comprises 93 members and aims to give due recognition to excellence in television and film both locally and abroad. It was first presented in January 1944 to an actor with an outstanding performance in a supporting role for a film released the year before. Since it’s inception, there have been several name changes for the award, and it was only in 2005 that was officially named the “Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture”. The first actor to win this award is Akim Tamiroff for his character Pablo in For Whom the Bell Tolls. The latest winner of this award is Aaron Taylor Johnson for his role as Ray Marcus in the movie Nocturnal Animals.