Golden Globes: 11 Nominations, 4 Wins
Jon Voight

Jon Voight is an actor, whose career spans more than five decades, dating back to a guest appearance on an episode of Gunsmoke (1962). He gained wide critical recognition and acclaim for his role in Midnight Cowboy (1969), which earned him his first Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor and a win for New Star of the Year. He was also nominated for Deliverance (1972) and won his first best actor Globe for his performance in Coming Home (1978) and went on to win again for his role in Runaway Train (1985). His other film credits include Mission: Impossible (1996), Ali (2001), Holes (2003), and The Manchurian Candidate (2004). He also had roles on 24 (2009) and Ray Donovan (2013-), the latter of which won him another Golden Globe Award in 2014. He is the father of Golden Globe winning actress Angelina Jolie.