Skip to main content
  1. AXS Entertainment
  2. Arts & Entertainment
  3. Movies

Jon Voight wins a Golden Globe for his supporting role in 'Ray Donovan'

See also

75 year old actor Jon Voight won a Golden Globe at the 71st Annual Golden Globes for Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series, Miniseries or TV film. It was for his role in the popular Showtime TV series, Ray Donovan.

Voight was given his first Globe nomination for his role in the 1969 film, "Midnight Cowboy." In that movie he starred with another great, Dustin Hoffman.

Voight beat heavy hitter Aaron Paul from "Breaking Bad," Rob Lowe from the HBO mini-series, "Behind the Candelabra," Corey Stoll from the Netflix show, "House of Cards," and Josh Charles from the CBS show, "The Good Wife."


Related Videos:

  • Seahawks proposal video: DeShawn Shead asks girlfriend to wed him on field
    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="//;allowfullscreen=true&amp;autoplay=1"></iframe>
  • Chelsea Clinton’s baby is due this week; Bill Clinton talks grandkid watch
    <div class="video-info" data-id="518392657" data-param-name="playList" data-provider="5min" data-url=""></div>
  • ‘Dancing With the Stars’ danger dance for Derek Hough, Bethany Mota?
    <div class="video-info" data-id="518412811" data-param-name="playList" data-provider="5min" data-url=""></div>