Meryl Streep? Jodie Foster? Sandra Bullock?
After covering the best actors to win an Oscar and a Golden Globe, it’s time we turn our attention to the leading ladies.
Jodie Foster is a two-time winner of the Oscar/Globe sweep for playing a rape survivor in “The Accused” and FBI agent Clarice Starling in “The Silence of the Lambs,” arguably the role she is still known for today.
Another two-time winner for both awards, Meryl Streep spanned a few decades between playing a grieving Holocaust survivor in “Sophie’s Choice” to portraying Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady.”
“The Blind Side” may have gotten middling reviews from some critics, but almost everybody agreed that Sandra Bullock‘s tour de force performance carried the movie to success, earning the actress her first win for both awards.
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