An in depth look at the film career of Anthony Hopkins

Anthony Hopkins Movie Awards

Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson - The 65th Annual Academy Awards, March 1993

Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson - The 65th Annual Academy Awards, March 1993 'The Remains of The Day'

Academy Award-winning actor Anthony Hopkins has received many top film awards during his movie career,  which we have listed below.

Anthony Hopkins Oscar was won for his legendary performance as Hannibal Lecter in ‘The Silence of The Lambs’ 1991.  Hopkins has been nominated for an Oscar on four occasions during his film career to date, the other three movies being ‘The Remains of The Day‘ 1993, ‘Nixon‘ 1995 and ‘Amistad‘ 1997.

In 1993 Anthony Hopkins was knighted for his services to the arts, by Queen Elizabeth II of England.

ANTHONY HOPKINS FILM AWARDS

‘The Lion in Winter’ 1968 – Prince Richard (AH) nominated for Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Film Award

‘The Great Inimitable Mr Dickens’ 1970 – Charles Dickens (TV) (AH) nominated for a BAFTA TV Award

‘Danton’ 1970 – Danton (AH) nominated for a BAFTA TV Award

‘Hearts and Flowers’ 1970 – Bob (AH) nominated for a BAFTA TV Award

‘War & Peace’ 1972/1973 – Pierre Bezukhov (AH) (TV epic drama series17 episodes) Won Best Actor BAFTA TV Award

‘The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case’ 1976

‘The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case’ 1976

‘Magic’ 1978

‘Magic’ 1978

The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case’ 1976 Bruno Richard Hauptmann (TV) (AH) won an Emmy for the category Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama or Comedy Special

‘Magic’ 1978 – Corky Withers (AH) nominated Best Actor BAFTA Film Award

Nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture Actor – Drama

‘A Change of Seasons’ 1980 – Adam Evans (AH) nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Actor (won by Neil Diamand for ‘The Jazz Singer

The Bunker’ 1981 – Adolph Hitler (AH) won an Emmy in the category Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a Special

‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ 1982 – Quasimodo (TV episode) (AH) nominated for an Emmy in the category Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a Special

‘Mussolini and I’ 1985 – Count Galeazzo Ciano (TV) (AH) won a Cable Ace Award in the category Actor in a Movie or Mini series

’84 Charing Cross Road’ 1987 – Frank Doel (AH) won a Prize for Best Actor at the Moscow International Film Festival

Hallmark Hall of Fame’1988, ‘The Tenth Man’ (TV episode) nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV

‘Great Expectations’ 1989 – Abel Magwitch (TV mini-series ‘Chapter One’ 1 episode) (AH) nominated for an Emmy in the category Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Mini Series or Special

‘The Silence of the Lambs’ 1991 – Dr Hannibal Lecter (AH)  Best Actor in a Leading Role Anthony Hopkins won an Oscar

Won Best Actor BAFTA Film Award

Won a KCFCC Award (Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards) for Best Actor

Won Saturn Award Best Actor (Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA)

Won BSFC (Boston Society of Film Critics Award) for Best Supporting Actor

Won  Best Actor for a CFCA Award (Chicago Film Critics Association)

Nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Nominated for an ALFS Award (London Critics Circle Film Awards) for Actor of  The Year

Won an NBR Award (National Board of Review USA) for Best Actor

Won a NYFCC Award (New York Film Critics Circle) for Best Actor

Won a Sant Jordi Award for Best Foreign Actor (Mejor Actor Extranjero)

The Kiss, Anthony Hopkins and Julianne Moore (Lecter and Clarice) 'Hannibal' 2001

The Kiss, Anthony Hopkins and Julianne Moore (Lecter and Clarice) 'Hannibal' 2001

Anthony Hopkins The Greatest Villian of all time 'Hannibal Lecter

Anthony Hopkins The Greatest Villian of all time 'Hannibal Lecter

‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’ 1992 – Professor Abraham Van Helsing (AH) nominated for a Saturn Award Best Supporting  Actor (Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA)

Anthony Hopkins 'Howards End' 1992

Anthony Hopkins 'Howards End' 1992

'Legends of The Fall' movie 1994

'Legends of The Fall' movie 1994

‘Howards End’ 1992 – Henry J Wilcox (AH) nominated Best Foreign Actor (Migliore Attore Straniero) David Award (David di Donnatello Awards)

1993 Anthony Hopkins was knighted for his services to the arts, by Queen Elizabeth II of England, becoming Sir Anthony Hopkins

Shadowlands’ 1993 – C. S. Lewis (AH) won Best Actor BAFTA Film Award

Won LAFCA Award (Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award) for Best Actor

Won an NBR Award (National Board of Review USA) for Best Actor

Won SEFCA Award (Southeastern Film Critics Association) for Best Actor

‘The Remains of the Day’ 1993 – James Stevens (AH)  Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nomination

Won an ALFS Award (London Critics CircleFilm Awards) for Actor of  The Year

Nominated Best Actor BAFTA Film Award

Nominated Best Actor for a CFCA Award (Chicago Film Critics Association)

Won Best Actor DFWFCA Award (Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

Won Best Foreign Actor (Migliore Attore Straniero) David Award (David di Donnatello Awards)

Nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Won a KCFCC Award (Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards) for Best Actor

Won LAFCA Award (Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award) for Best Actor

Won an NBR Award (National Board of Review USA) for Best Actor

Won SEFCA Award (Southeastern Film Critics Association) for Best Actor

‘The Road to Wellville’ 1994 – Dr John Harvey Kellogg (AH) nominated Best Supporting Actor for a CFCA Award (Chicago Film Critics Association)

1994 Anthony Hopkins won a Special Award at the Evening Standard British Film Awards

‘Legends of the Fall’ 1994 – Colonel William Ludlow (AH) won the Bronze Wrangler at the Western Heritage Awards in the Theatrical Motion Picture category (shared with Brad Pitt (leading actor), the writer and producers of the movie

1995 Anthony Hopkins won a Britannia Award for the category Excellence in Film

'Meet Joe Black'movie starring Anthony Hopkins and Brad Pitt 1988

'Meet Joe Black'movie starring Anthony Hopkins and Brad Pitt 1988

'Titus' 1999

'Titus' 1999

‘Nixon’ 1995 – Richard M Nixon (AH) Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nomination

Nominated Best Actor for a CFCA Award (Chicago Film Critics Association)

Nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Cast nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast by the Screen Actors Guild Awards

‘Amistad’ 1997 – John Quincy Adams (AH) Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nomination

Won the Critics Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor by the Broadcast Film Critics Association

Nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role at the Screen Actors Guild Awards

Nominated Best Supporting Actor for a CFCA Award (Chicago Film Critics Association)

Nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Nominated for an OFCS (Online Film Critics Association) Award for Best Supporting Actor

1998 won a Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival

‘Meet Joe Black’ 1998 – William Parrish (AH) nominated for a Saturn Award Best Actor (Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA)

Won 1998 ShoWest Award for Actor of  The Year

‘Titus’ 1999 – Titus Andronicus (AH) nominated for an ALFS Award (London Critics CircleFilm Awards) for British Actor of  The Year

2000 Anthony Hopkins won a Virginia Film Award at the Virginia Film Festival

‘Hannibal’ 2001 – Dr Hannibal Lecter (AH) nominated for a Saturn Award Best Actor (Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA)

Nominated for 2 MTV Movie Awards for Best Kiss (with Julianne Moore) and for Best Villian

2001 Anthony Hopkins was named as ‘Man of The Year’ by Harvard Hasty Pudding Theatricals USA

2002 Anthony Hopkins won the Master Screen Artist Tribute at the USA Film Festival

2003 Hopkins won a Hollywood Film Award for the category Outstanding Achievement in Acting – Male Performer

2003 Anthony Hopkins won a Star on the Walk of Fame in the Motion Picture category

‘Bobby’ 2006 – John Casey and executive producer (AH) the cast were nominated for the Critics Choice Award for Best Acting Ensemble by the Broadcast Film Critics Association

The cast won a Hollywood Film Award at the Hollywood Film Festival for Ensemble of the Year

Cast nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture at the Screen Actors Guild Awards

‘The World’s Fastest Indian’ 2006 – Burt Munro (AH) won a New Zealand Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

2006 Anthony Hopkins won the Cecille B DeMille Golden Globes USA Award

‘Slipstream’ 2007 – Bonhoeffer and director (instrumental soloist: piano) (AH) won Youth Jury Award at the Locarno International Film Festival

Nominated for a Golden Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival

Nominated Best Film at the Sitges Catalonian International Film Festival

2008 saw Anthony Hopkins awarded an Academy Fellowship Award by BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts).  This is the highest accolade they can award.

‘The City of Your Final Destination’ 2010 – Adam (writer: “Venetian Medley”) (performer: “Venetian Medley”) (AH)

Nominated for Best Actor in a Feature Film at the Method Fest

January 2011 Anthony Hopkins was named by Sky HD as having been voted as the Best British Male Actor of all time

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