List of awards and nominations received by Ron Howard

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Ron Howard awards and nominations
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Howard in 2011
Totals
Awards won 39
Nominations 113

The following is a list of awards and nominations received by American actor and filmmaker Ron Howard. Over his decades-spanning career as an actor, director and producer, Howard has won two Academy Awards, four Emmys, a Grammy, two Golden Globes, and has been nominated for 7 BAFTA Awards. He additionally received the National Medal of Arts in 2003 as well as two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to television and motion pictures in 1981 and 2015, respectively.[1][2]

Organizations[edit]

Academy Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2002 A Beautiful Mind Best Picture Won [3]
Best Director Won
2009 Frost/Nixon Best Picture Nominated [4]
Best Director Nominated

BAFTA Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
British Academy Children's Awards
2001 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Best Feature Film Nominated [5]
British Academy Film Awards
2002 A Beautiful Mind Best Film Nominated [6]
Best Direction Nominated
2009 Frost/Nixon Best Film Nominated [7]
Best Direction Nominated
2014 Rush Best British Film Nominated [8]
2017 The Beatles: Eight Days a Week Best Documentary Nominated [9]

Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
Daytime Emmy Awards
2007 Curious George Outstanding Children's Animated Program Nominated [10]
2008 Won [11]
2009 Nominated [12]
2010 Won [13]
2011 Nominated [14]
2012 Nominated [15]
2014 Outstanding Pre-School Children's Animated Program Nominated [16]
Primetime Emmy Awards
1982 Through the Magic Pyramid Outstanding Children's Program Nominated [17]
1998 From the Earth to the Moon Outstanding Miniseries Won
1999 The PJs Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) Nominated
2004 Arrested Development Outstanding Comedy Series Won
2005 Nominated
2006 Nominated
2017 Genius Outstanding Limited Series Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special Nominated
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special Nominated
2018 Genius: Picasso Outstanding Limited Series Nominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
1977 The Shootist Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Nominated [18]
1978 Happy Days Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Won [19]
1996 Apollo 13 Best Director – Motion Picture Nominated [20]
2002 A Beautiful Mind Nominated [21][22]
Best Motion Picture – Drama Won
2004 Arrested Development Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Nominated [23]
2005 Nominated [24]
2009 Frost/Nixon Best Director – Motion Picture Nominated [25]
Best Motion Picture – Drama Nominated
2014 Rush Nominated [26]

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2017 The Beatles: Eight Days a Week Best Music Film Won [27]

Satellite Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 Frost/Nixon Best Director Nominated [28]
2013 Rush Nominated [29]

Saturn Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
1985 Splash Best Director Nominated
1986 Cocoon Won
2001 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Nominated

Guild awards[edit]

Directors Guild of America Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
1986 Cocoon Outstanding Directing – Feature Film Nominated [30]
1996 Apollo 13 Won [31]
2002 A Beautiful Mind Won [32]
2009 Frost/Nixon Nominated [33]

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
1999 From the Earth to the Moon Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television Won [34]
2000 Sports Night Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television Nominated [35]
2002 A Beautiful Mind Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures Nominated [36]
2005 Arrested Development Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television - Comedy Nominated [37]
2006 Nominated [38]
2007 Nominated [39]
2009 Frost/Nixon Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures Nominated [40]
Milestone Award Won [41]
2014 Arrested Development Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television - Comedy Nominated [42]

Screen Actors Guild of America Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2014 Arrested Development Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated [43]

Critics associations[edit]

Year Nominated work Association Category Result Ref.
1995 Apollo 13 Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Director Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Director Nominated
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Best Director Won [44]
Southeastern Film Critics Association Best Director Won [45]
2001 A Beautiful Mind Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Director Won [46]
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Director Nominated [47]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Director Won [48]
Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Director Nominated
2005 Cinderella Man Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Director Nominated [49]
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Best Foreign Director Nominated [50]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Director Nominated [51]
2008 Frost/Nixon Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Director Nominated [52]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Director Nominated [53]
Detroit Film Critics Society Best Director Nominated [54]
Houston Film Critics Society Best Director Nominated [55]
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Best Director Won [56]
St. Louis Film Critics Association Best Director Nominated [57]
2015 N/A Broadcast Film Critics Association Louis XIII Genius Award Won [58]

Film festivals[edit]

Year Nominated work Association Category Result Ref.
1985 Cocoon Venice Film Festival Young Venice Award Won
1989 Parenthood Tokyo International Film Festival Grand Prix Nominated
2004 The Missing Berlin International Film Festival Golden Bear Nominated
2005 Arrested Development Monte-Carlo Television Festival Best TV Series - Comedy Won [59]
2009 N/A Austin Film Festival Extraordinary Contribution to Filmmaking Won [60]
Palm Springs International Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award Won [61]
2010 Chicago International Film Festival Career Achievement Award Won [62][63]
2012 When You Find Me Central Florida Film Festival Best Dramatic Short Won [64]

Other awards[edit]

Year Award Nominated work Result Ref.
1972 CINE Golden Eagle Award Deed of Daring-Do Won [65]
1981 Hollywood Walk of Fame star in the category of Television N/A Won [2]
1985 CableACE Award for Dramatic Series Maximum Security Nominated
1986 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation Cocoon Nominated [66]
1989 Willow Nominated [67]
1990 American Cinematheque Award N/A Won [68]
1995 Awards Circuit Community Award for Best Director Apollo 13 Nominated [69]
Jupiter Award for Best International Film Won [70]
1996 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation Nominated [71]
1997 Golden Plate Award of the American Academy of Achievement N/A Won [72]
1998 Society of Camera Operators' Governor's Award N/A Won [73]
2002 Amanda Award for Best Foreign Feature Film A Beautiful Mind Nominated
Australian Film Institute Award for Best Foreign Film Nominated [74]
Christopher Award in Film Won
ShoWest Award for Director of the Year N/A Won [75]
2003 Czech Lion for Best Foreign Language Film A Beautiful Mind Nominated
DVD Exclusive Award for Best Audio Commentary (New Release) Nominated [76]
Golden Eagle Award for Best Foreign Film Nominated
Hollywood Film Award for Outstanding Achievement in Directing N/A Won [77]
National Medal of Arts Won [1]
2005 Hochi Film Award for Best Foreign Language Film Cinderella Man Won
2006 Empire Award for Best Director Nominated [78]
American Cinema Editors' Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year Award N/A Won [79]
2007 American Society of Cinematographers' Board of Governors Award Won [80]
2013 Television Hall of Fame Won [81]
2014 Black Reel Award for Outstanding Television Documentary Made in America Nominated [82]
AACTA International Award for Best Film Rush Nominated [83]
Robert Award for Best Non-American Film Nominated [84]
2015 Hollywood Walk of Fame star in the category of Motion Pictures N/A Won [2]
2016 Critics’ Choice Documentary Award for Best Director The Beatles: Eight Days a Week Nominated [85]
2017 IDA Documentary Award for Best Episodic Series Mars Nominated [86]

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