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Cillian Murphy (Actor)

Cillian Murphy, born on May 25, 1976, is an acclaimed Irish actor known for his versatile roles across stage and screen. His professional journey commenced with Enda Walsh’s play “Disco Pigs” in 1996, a performance he later brought to the screen in 2001. Cillian Murphy early filmography includes notable works such as “28 Days Later” (2002), “Intermission” (2003), “Red Eye” (2005), “The Wind That Shakes the Barley” (2006), and “Sunshine” (2007). He showcased his range by portraying a transgender Irish woman in “Breakfast on Pluto” (2005), which earned him a Golden Globe Award nomination.

Cillian Murphy collaboration with filmmaker Christopher Nolan began in 2005, leading to memorable roles in “The Dark Knight” trilogy (2005–2012), “Inception” (2010), and “Dunkirk” (2017). His portrayal of Tommy Shelby in the BBC series “Peaky Blinders” (2013–2022) further solidified his status. He also starred in “A Quiet Place Part II” (2020), expanding his repertoire into the horror genre. Notably, his performance as Oppenheimer in Nolan’s film garnered critical acclaim, earning him multiple awards recognition.

Beyond the screen, Cillian Murphy stage presence shines, as seen in his award-winning one-man play “Misterman,” for which he won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance in 2011. Additionally, he has been recognized as one of the greatest Irish film actors by The Irish Times in 2020.

Raised Catholic, Cillian Murphy attended Presentation Brothers College, where he excelled academically but often found himself at odds with the disciplinary system. Despite his disinterest in sports, he discovered his passion for the arts, an area he felt was neglected in the school’s curriculum.

Cork, Ireland

Cork, Ireland

Name

Date of Birth

Birth of Place

Profession

Nationality

Career

Spouse

Marriage Date

Children

Children Name

Parents

Siblings

Cillian Murphy

 25 May 1976

Cork, Ireland

Actors, Producer

Ireland

1996–present

Yvonne McGuinness

August 1, 2004

2

Malachy Murphy, Aran Murphy

Brendan Murphy

Páidi Murphy, Orla Murphy, Sile Murphy

Career

Under Cillian Murphy persistent persuasion, Pat Kiernan finally relented and arranged an audition at Corcadorca Theatre Company. In September 1996, Murphy marked his professional acting debut on stage, embodying the character of a tempestuous Cork teenager in Enda Walsh’s “Disco Pigs.” Walsh reminisced about encountering Murphy, describing him as enigmatic with an undeniable presence. Cillian Murphy , reflecting on his demeanor at the time, admitted to being brash and fearless, characteristics that suited the role well. Originally slated for a three-week run in Cork, “Disco Pigs” extended its reach across Europe, Canada, and Australia for two years, prompting Murphy to bid adieu to university and his musical pursuits. Despite his initial plans to return to music, Cillian Murphy performance caught the attention of an agent, catapulting his acting career forward.

Cillian Murphy repertoire expanded to encompass various theatre productions, including Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” (1998), “The Country Boy,” and “Juno and the Paycock” (both 1999). He ventured into independent cinema with roles in “On the Edge” (2001) and featured in short films like “Filleann an Feall” (2000) and “Watchmen” (2001). He revisited his role in the film adaptation of “Disco Pigs” (2001) and graced the screen in the BBC television mini-series adaptation of “The Way We Live Now.” During this phase, Cillian Murphy transitioned from Cork to Dublin briefly before settling in London by 2001.

2002–2004: 28 Days Later and Rising Stardom

Cillian Murphy career surged between 2002 and 2004, marked by notable performances and a growing recognition of his talent. His portrayal of Adam in Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things at the Gate Theatre in Dublin garnered praise from critics, with Fintan O’Toole of The Irish Times commending Murphy’s nuanced performance.

He landed a pivotal role in Danny Boyle’s horror film 28 Days Later (2002) as Jim, a survivor of a deadly pandemic who awakens from a coma to a desolate, post-apocalyptic London. Cillian Murphy casting was suggested by Gail Stevens, the casting director, who had been impressed by his work in Disco Pigs. Initially unsure about featuring Murphy fully nude at the film’s start, the decision was made after observing his slender physique during filming. Despite Murphy’s initial shyness on set, Stevens praised his dreamy and slightly detached demeanor, which suited the film’s atmosphere. Released in late 2002 in the UK, 28 Days Later gradually became a sleeper hit in North America and achieved global success, introducing Murphy to a broader audience. His performance garnered him a nomination for Best Newcomer at the 8th Empire Awards and Breakthrough Male Performance at the 2004 MTV Movie Awards. Cillian Murphy found the film’s success surprising, considering its deeper themes beyond typical zombie or horror tropes, and was pleased with its positive reception, particularly in the United States. Reflecting on the film, Murphy remarked, “It has a very special place in my heart, that movie.”

In 2003, Cillian Murphy tackled the role of Konstantine in a stage adaptation of Chekhov’s The Seagull at the Edinburgh International Festival. He was drawn to the character’s transformative journey, noting Konstantine’s realization that artistic rebellion should be purposeful and meaningful.

Cillian Murphy versatility was showcased in Intermission (2003), where he played a lovelorn supermarket employee involved in a bank heist with Colin Farrell. The film became the highest-grossing Irish independent film in the country’s box office history at the time (until it was surpassed by The Wind That Shakes the Barley in 2006). Sarah Lyall of the International Herald Tribune praised Cillian Murphy seamless portrayal of both his roles in 28 Days Later and Intermission, highlighting his natural intensity and charm. He also had a minor role in the successful Hollywood film Cold Mountain (2003), portraying a deserting soldier alongside Jude Law, and appeared as a butcher in Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003) with Scarlett Johansson and Colin Firth.

In 2004, Cillian Murphy embarked on a tour of Ireland with the Druid Theatre Company, showcasing his theatrical talents in productions like The Playboy of the Western World and The Country Boy, directed by Garry Hynes, who had previously directed Murphy in Juno and the Paycock in 1999.

2005–2006: Villainous Roles and Critical Acclaim

Cillian Murphy’s notable performances during this period included his portrayal of Dr. Jonathan Crane in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins (2005). Initially considered for the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman, Cillian Murphy instead took on the supporting role of Dr. Crane, also known as the supervillain Scarecrow. Despite not landing the lead role, Nolan was so impressed with Murphy’s audition that he tailored the character to fit him, emphasizing his extraordinary eyes. Cillian Murphy chilling performance as Jackson Rippner in Wes Craven’s Red Eye (2005) earned praise from critics, with The New York Times highlighting his ability to embody the perfect villain.

His portrayal of villainous characters garnered Murphy nominations and accolades, including a Best Villain nomination at the 2006 MTV Movie Awards for Batman Begins. Entertainment Weekly recognized him as one of its “Summer MVPs” in 2005, celebrating his breakthrough performances. David Denby of The New Yorker praised Murphy’s ability to portray seductive yet sinister characters.

In Breakfast on Pluto (2005), directed by Neil Jordan, Cillian Murphy took on the role of Patrick/”Kitten” Braden, a transgender Irish woman on a quest to find her mother. Despite initial hesitation from the director, Murphy’s dedication to the role led to its realization. His transformation into the character involved extensive preparation, including meeting with members of the transgender community and undergoing physical changes. While the film received mixed reviews, Murphy’s performance earned him a Golden Globe nomination and critical acclaim.

In 2006, Cillian Murphy starred in The Wind That Shakes the Barley, a film centered on the Irish War of Independence and the Irish Civil War. His portrayal of Damien O’Donovan, a young doctor turned revolutionary, earned him widespread praise. Cillian Murphy deep connection to Cork, Ireland, where the film was shot, added to the significance of his role. Critics lauded his ability to convey the character’s inner conflicts and moral dilemmas. For his performance, Murphy was honored with GQ magazine’s Actor of the Year award in 2006.

2006–2010: Continuing Success in Theatre and Film

In the period spanning 2006 to 2010, Cillian Murphy career flourished both on stage and on screen. He returned to the stage alongside Neve Campbell at London’s New Ambassadors Theatre in the West End from November 2006 to February 2007. His portrayal of the lead character, Beane, in John Kolvenbach’s play *Love Song*, was acclaimed by Theatre Record, which described his performance as a portrayal of a “winsomely cranky” and mentally unstable yet sentimentally lonely hero. Variety magazine also praised his magnetic performance, noting his ability to transition seamlessly from painfully shy to amorous with comedic flair.

In the realm of film, Cillian Murphy showcased his versatility. He played a physicist-astronaut tasked with re-igniting the sun in Danny Boyle’s science fiction film *Sunshine* (2007). Additionally, he starred opposite Lucy Liu in Paul Soter’s romantic comedy *Watching the Detectives* (2007) and portrayed Richard Neville, editor of the underground magazine *Oz*, in the shelved film *Hippie Hippie Shake* (2007).

Murphy briefly reprised his role as the Scarecrow in Christopher Nolan’s *The Dark Knight* (2008) before delving into *The Edge of Love* (2008), a film exploring a love quadrangle involving the poet Dylan Thomas. His diverse roles continued as he portrayed a petty criminal in *Perrier’s Bounty* (2009) and appeared in the Canadian short film *The Water* (2009) alongside rock singer Feist.

In 2010, Cillian Murphy returned to the stage in *From Galway to Broadway and Back Again*, celebrating the Druid Theatre Company’s 35th anniversary. He also delivered a captivating performance in the psychological thriller *Peacock* (2010), portraying a man with a split personality who deceives others into believing he is also his own wife.

Cillian Murphy career reached new heights with his role as entrepreneur Robert Fischer in Christopher Nolan’s *Inception* (2010), where he played a pivotal part in a complex narrative exploring the depths of the mind. Additionally, he made an uncredited cameo in *Tron: Legacy* (2010) as programmer Edward Dillinger Jr., showcasing his versatility across various genres and mediums.

2011–2023: Murphy's Journey in Theater and Film

In 2011, Cillian Murphy embarked on a notable stage performance in the monodrama Misterman, written and directed by Enda Walsh, his collaborator from Disco Pigs. Initially staged in Galway and later at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York, Murphy’s portrayal earned critical acclaim. His character, Thomas Magill, was described as a complex blend of sympathy and moral ambiguity. Murphy’s ability to immerse himself in such intricate roles was highlighted, drawing silence from audiences followed by standing ovations. Alongside his stage work, he appeared in films like Retreat (2011) and In Time (2011), although the latter received mixed reviews.

In 2012, Cillian Murphy starred in Red Lights alongside Robert De Niro and Sigourney Weaver, showcasing his versatility as Tom Buckley, the assistant to Weaver’s paranormal investigator. Despite the intimidating experience of working with De Niro, Murphy’s performance was notable, although the film itself received poor reviews. He also reprised his role as the Scarecrow in The Dark Knight Rises (2012) and received acclaim for his supporting role in Broken (2012).

Since 2013, Murphy has been widely recognized for his portrayal of Thomas Shelby in the BBC series Peaky Blinders, a role initially intended for Jason Statham. Murphy’s compelling performance garnered praise, leading to multiple seasons of the show. Alongside his acting endeavors, Murphy ventured into directing with a music video for Money’s single Hold Me Forever in 2013.

In subsequent years, Cillian Murphy appeared in various films, including Aloft (2014), Transcendence (2014), and In the Heart of the Sea (2015). He also collaborated with director Ben Wheatley in Free Fire (2016) and portrayed Jozef Gabčík in Anthropoid (2016).

In 2017, Cillian Murphy delivered a poignant performance as a shell-shocked soldier in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, earning critical acclaim. He continued to impress audiences with roles in Anna (2019) and A Quiet Place Part II (2021).

Cillian Murphy portrayal of J. Robert Oppenheimer in the biographical thriller Oppenheimer marked a significant milestone in his career. The film, released in 2023, received widespread acclaim, with Murphy’s performance praised as compelling and immersive. He garnered several prestigious awards for his portrayal, solidifying his status as a versatile and accomplished actor in both theater and film.

2024–present: Venture into Film Production

In February 2024, Cillian Murphy teamed up with Alan Moloney to establish the independent production house, Big Things Films. His upcoming projects include producing and starring in two film adaptations: the historical drama “Small Things like These,” which premiered at the 74th Berlin International Film Festival, and “Steve,” in partnership with Netflix. Additionally, Murphy will serve as an executive producer for the sequel to “28 Days Later,” titled “28 Years Later,” and discussions are underway for him to reprise his role.

Public image

Cillian Murphy , known for his reserved and private nature, openly admits to shying away from the glitz and glamour of the celebrity world. He finds the red carpet experience to be more of a challenge than something he desires to conquer. Intentionally living a lifestyle devoid of tabloid fodder, he proudly declares, “I haven’t created any controversy, I don’t sleep around, I don’t go and fall down drunk.” Outside of his acting career, he prefers to keep his personal life out of the spotlight, rarely making appearances on television talk shows until 2010, when he graced Ireland’s Late Late Show to promote Perrier’s Bounty, maintaining his characteristic reserve throughout.

In 2015, Cillian Murphy  was honored as one of GQ’s 50 best-dressed men. Beyond his fashion sense, he has also engaged in various social and political campaigns. He lent his voice to the 2007 Rock the Vote Ireland campaign, aimed at mobilizing young voters for the general election, and supported the cause of the homeless by collaborating with Focus Ireland. Additionally, in 2011, he assumed the role of patron for the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at the National University of Ireland Galway, closely aligning himself with the visionary work of Professor Pat Dolan, Director of UCFRC and UNESCO Chair in Children, Youth, and Civic Engagement. In February 2012, he offered words of solidarity to the former Vita Cortex workers engaged in a sit-in at their plant, acknowledging their significant contribution to the nation’s discourse.

Furthermore, Cillian Murphy  demonstrated his support for progressive social change by backing the 2018 Irish referendum to repeal the eighth amendment of the constitution, which restricted access to abortions. He went as far as appearing on the Blindboy Podcast to encourage men to stand with women and advocate for the referendum’s passage.

Personal life

In 2004, Murphy tied the knot with his longtime partner Yvonne McGuinness, whom he first encountered at one of his band’s gigs back in 1996. Initially residing in Dublin, they later relocated to London in 2001 to accommodate Yvonne’s studies at the Royal College of Art. After a span of 14 years, they returned to Dublin in 2015. Together, they share two sons born in December 2005 and July 2007.

While Murphy was brought up in the Roman Catholic faith, his beliefs shifted towards agnosticism until his role as a physicist and astronaut in the film Sunshine led him to affirm his atheism in 2007. However, in 2019, he acknowledged that Catholicism still influenced his moral compass. His dietary choices also underwent changes, with a stint as a vegetarian for about 15 years due to concerns over mad cow disease and agribusiness practices. However, he reverted to consuming meat to prepare for his role in Peaky Blinders, only to return to vegetarianism by 2022.

Born on May 25, 1976, in Douglas, Cork, Murphy hails from a family deeply involved in education, with his mother teaching French and his father working for the Department of Education. Growing up in Ballintemple, Cork, alongside his siblings, he began his artistic journey at a young age, writing and performing songs since he was 10.

Attending Presentation Brothers College, Cillian Murphy excelled academically but often found himself in trouble, eventually deciding to steer clear of misbehavior by his fourth year. Despite the school’s focus on sports, Murphy’s interests lay more in artistic endeavors, which he felt were neglected. His passion for performing ignited during a drama module led by Pat Kiernan of Corcadorca Theatre Company, prompting him to pursue acting despite initial aspirations of becoming a rock star.

During his late teens and early twenties, Cillian Murphy immersed himself in music, forming bands and performing alongside his brother. Rejecting a record deal due to disagreements and his brother’s schooling commitments, Cillian Murphy later realized the value of retaining autonomy over his music. Initially studying law at University College Cork, he quickly realized it wasn’t his calling, eventually finding his true passion in acting after witnessing Corcadorca’s production of A Clockwork Orange. Despite his early roles being more about enjoying the social scene, Murphy’s talent and dedication eventually led him down the path of a successful acting career.

Film and Television

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Year Title Role Ref
1997 Quando Pat
1998 The Tale of Sweety Barrett Pat the Barman
1999 Eviction Brendan McBride
Sunburn Davin McDerby
At Death’s Door Grim Reaper, Jr.
The Trench Rag Rookwood
2000 Filleann an Feall Ger
A Man of Few Words Best man
2001 On the Edge Jonathan Breech
How Harry Became a Tree Gus
Disco Pigs Darren
Watchmen Phil
2002 28 Days Later Jim
2003 Intermission John
Girl with a Pearl Earring Pieter
Cold Mountain Bardolph
Zonad Guy Hendrickson
2005 Batman Begins Dr. Jonathan Crane
Red Eye Jackson Rippner
Breakfast on Pluto Patrick “Kitten” Braden
2006 The Silent City Soldier
The Wind That Shakes the Barley Damien O’Donovan
2007 Sunshine Robert Capa
Watching the Detectives Neil Lewis
2008 The Dark Knight Dr. Jonathan Crane
The Edge of Love William Killick
Waveriders Narrator
2009 Perrier’s Bounty Michael McCrea
The Water Son
2010 Peacock John Skillpa
Hippie Hippie Shake Richard Neville
Inception Robert Fischer
Tron: Legacy Edward Dillinger, Jr.
2011 Retreat Martin
In Time Raymond Leon
2012 Red Lights Tom Buckley
Broken Mike Kiernan
The Dark Knight Rises Dr. Jonathan Crane
2013 Harriet and the Matches Cat
2014 Aloft Ivan
Transcendence Agent Donald Buchanan
From the Mountain Narrator
2015 In the Heart of the Sea Matthew Joy
2016 Anthropoid Jozef Gabčík
Free Fire Chris
2017 The Party Tom
Dunkirk Shell Shocked Soldier
2018 The Delinquent Season Jim
The Overcoat Akaky
2019 Anna Lenny Miller
2020 A Quiet Place Part II Emmett
2021 All of This Unreal Time Man
2023 Kensuke’s Kingdom Dad
Oppenheimer J. Robert Oppenheimer
2024 Small Things like These Bill Furlong

Television

YearTitleRole
2001The Way We Live NowPaul Montague
2013–2022Peaky BlindersThomas Shelby
2015Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on EarthNarrator (voice)
2019The Irish Revolution
2020Fight for First: Excel Esports

Theatre

YearTitleRoleRef.
1996–1998Disco PigsDarren/”Pig” 
1998Much Ado About NothingClaudio 
1999The Country BoyCurly 
1999Juno and the PaycockJohnny Boyle 
2002The Shape of ThingsAdam 
2003The SeagullKonstantine 
2004The Playboy of the Western WorldChristy Mahon 
2006Love SongBeane 
2010From Galway to Broadway and back again.Christy Mahon 
2011–2012MistermanThomas Magill 
2014BallyturkNo. 1 
2018–2019Grief is the Thing with FeathersCrow, Dad 

Video Games

YearTitleVoice role
2005Batman BeginsDr. Jonathan Crane / Scarecrow
2023Peaky Blinders: The King’s RansomThomas Shelby

Songs

YearTitleArtist
2009“The Water”Feist
2011“Winter Beats”I Break Horses
2013“Hold Me Forever”Money
2015“The Clock”Paul Hartnoll
2016“Stages”The Frank and Walters
2017“The Ways”Allred and Broderick
“The Meetings of the Waters”Fionn Regan
2022“Pana-vision”The Smile

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Awards

Irish actor Cillian Murphy has been honored with numerous awards for his exceptional performances in both film and television. Among his accolades are a Golden Globe Award, a BAFTA Award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, a Critics’ Choice Movie Award, three IFTA Film & Drama Awards, and a Drama Desk Award. Additionally, he has been recognized as an Academy Award nominee.

Some of his most acclaimed roles include portraying Damien O’Donovan in the Irish war drama film “The Wind That Shakes the Barley” (2006), embodying the character of Tommy Shelby in the British period crime drama series “Peaky Blinders” (2013–2022), and portraying physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer in Christopher Nolan’s biographical thriller film “Oppenheimer” (2023).

Cillian Murphy
Cillian Murphy

Wins : 38

Nominations : 97

Academy Awards

Year Category Nominated work Result
2024 Best Actor Oppenheimer Pending

BAFTA Awards

YearCategoryNominated workResultRef.
British Academy Film Awards
2007Rising Star AwardThe Wind That Shakes the BarleyNominated 
2024Best Actor in a Leading RoleOppenheimerWon 
British Academy Television Awards
2023Best ActorPeaky BlindersNominated 

Golden Globe Awards

YearCategoryNominated workResultRef.
2006Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or ComedyBreakfast on PlutoNominated 
2024Best Actor – Motion Picture DramaOppenheimerWon 

Screen Actors Guild Awards

YearCategoryNominated workResultRef.
2024Outstanding Cast in a Motion PictureOppenheimerWon 
Outstanding Actor in a Leading RoleWon

Other Awards

YearAssociationCategoryTitleResultRef.
2003Empire AwardsBest Newcomer28 Days LaterNominated 
2003Irish Film & Television AwardsBest Actor in a Lead Role – FilmNominated
2004MTV Movie & TV AwardsBest Breakthrough PerformanceNominated 
2005Irish Film & Television AwardsActor in a Supporting Role – FilmBatman BeginsNominated 
Best Actor in a Lead Role – FilmRed EyeNominated
2005Satellite AwardsOutstanding Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or MusicalBreakfast on PlutoNominated 
2006MTV Movie & TV AwardsBest VillainBatman BeginsNominated 
2006Saturn AwardsBest Supporting ActorRed EyeNominated 
2006European Film AwardsBest ActorBreakfast on PlutoNominated 
The Wind That Shakes the BarleyNominated
2006British Independent Film AwardsBest Actor in a British Independent FilmNominated 
2006GQ UK AwardsActor of the YearWon 
2007Irish Film & Television AwardsBest Actor in a Lead Role – FilmNominated 
Best Actor in a Lead Role – FilmBreakfast on PlutoWon
2007British Independent Film AwardsBest Actor in a British Independent FilmSunshineNominated 
2008Irish Film & Television AwardsBest Actor in a Lead Role – FilmNominated 
2010Actor in a Supporting Role – FilmInceptionNominated 
Actor in a Leading Role – FilmPerrier’s BountyNominated
2011Irish Times Theatre AwardsBest ActorMistermanWon 
2012Drama Desk AwardOutstanding One-Person ShowWon 
2012British Independent Film AwardsBest Supporting ActorBrokenNominated 
2013Irish Times Theatre AwardsBest ActorBallyturkNominated 
2015Irish Film & Television AwardsBest Actor in a Lead Role in DramaPeaky BlindersNominated 
2017National Television AwardsBest Drama PerformanceNominated 
2017Czech Lion AwardsBest Actor in Leading RoleAnthropoidNominated 
2017Irish Film & Television AwardsBest Actor in a Lead Role in DramaPeaky BlindersWon 
2018Won 
2019National Television AwardsBest Drama PerformanceNominated 
2020Best Drama PerformanceWon 
2020Irish Film & Television AwardsBest Actor in a Lead Role in DramaNominated 
2022National Television AwardsBest Drama PerformanceWon 
2023Consequences Annual ReportFilm Performance of the YearOppenheimerWon 
Rolling Stone UK AwardsThe Film AwardNominated 
2024Palm Springs International Film FestivalDesert Palm Achievement Actor AwardWon 
Capri Hollywood International Film FestivalBest Ensemble CastWon 
Sant Jordi AwardsBest Actor in a Foreign FilmWon 
2024People’s Choice AwardsFavorite Movie ActorNominated 
Favorite Dramatic Movie ActorNominated
2024AACTA AwardsBest ActorWon 
2024Saturn AwardsBest Actor in a FilmNominated 
2024Satellite AwardsBest Actor – Motion PicturePending 
Best Ensemble – Motion PictureWon
2024AARP Movies for Grownups AwardsBest EnsembleNominated 

Critics Associations

YearAssociationCategoryTitleResultRef.
2005London Critics’ Circle Film AwardsBritish Supporting Actor of the YearBatman BeginsNominated 
2006Dublin Film Critics’ Circle AwardsBest ActorNominated 
2010Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association AwardsBest EnsembleInceptionNominated 
2017Best EnsembleDunkirkNominated 
2018Critics’ Choice Movie AwardsBest Acting EnsembleNominated 
2021Hollywood Critics Association Midseason AwardsBest Supporting ActorA Quiet Place Part IIWon 
2022Critics’ Choice Super AwardsBest Actor in a Horror MovieNominated 
2023New York Film Critics Online AwardsBest ActorOppenheimerWon 
Best EnsembleWon
Women Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActorWon 
IndieWire Critics PollBest Performance4th Place 
2023Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorWon 
Best EnsembleWon
2023San Diego Film Critics Society AwardsBest ActorNominated 
Best EnsembleNominated
2023Boston Society of Film Critics AwardsBest ActorRunner-up 
Best EnsembleWon
2023Chicago Film Critics AwardsBest ActorNominated 
2023Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorWon 
2023Florida Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActorNominated 
Best EnsembleNominated
2023St. Louis Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorWon 
Best EnsembleRunner-up
2023Dublin Film Critics’ Circle AwardsBest ActorWon 
2024Georgia Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorWon 
Best EnsembleWon
Alliance of Women Film Journalists AwardsBest ActorNominated 
Kansas City Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActorWon 
Dorian AwardsFilm Performance of the YearNominated 
2024Austin Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorWon 
Best EnsembleWon
2024Houston Film Critics Society AwardsBest ActorNominated 
Best Ensemble CastNominated
2024London Film Critics’ Circle AwardsActor of the YearNominated 
British/Irish Actor of the YearNominated
2024Seattle Film Critics Society AwardsBest Actor in a Leading RoleNominated 
Best Ensemble CastNominated
2024Critics’ Choice Movie AwardsBest ActorNominated 
Best Acting EnsembleWon
2024Astra Film and Creative Arts AwardsBest ActorNominated 
Best Cast EnsembleNominated
2024San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActorNominated 
2024National Society of Film Critics AwardsBest Actor3rd Place 
2024Online Film Critics Society AwardsBest ActorNominated 
2024Vancouver Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActorNominated 

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