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Interlochen alumni, current student earn 2024 Golden Globe nominations

Arts Camp alumna Da’Vine Joy Randolph leads the eight Interlochen-affiliated nominees with three nominations, including a Best Supporting Actress nod. Current Arts Academy student Jim Kaplan appeared in the Best Picture-nominated film ‘The Holdovers.’

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Image courtesy of the Golden Globe Awards.

Update: On Jan. 7, 2024, Arts Camp alumna Da’Vine Joy Randolph (IAC 03, IAC St 05) was announced as the winner of the 2024 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture. Comedy-drama series Beef, which features fellow alumna Ashley Park (IAC 03), received the award for Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television.

Seven Interlochen alumni and one current Arts Academy student are among the nominees for the 81st Golden Globe Awards.

Arts Camp alumna Da’Vine Joy Randolph (IAC 03, IAC St 05) leads the Interlochen-affiliated nominees with three nominations, including an individual nomination for Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture for her portrayal of Mary Lamb in The Holdovers. The film, which features fellow alumnus Dustin Tucker (IAA 94-98, IAC St 09) and current Arts Academy student Jim Kaplan (IAC 16-17, IO 20, IAA 21-24), was nominated for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy.

“Working with [director] Alexander Payne on The Holdovers was a dream come true,” said Kaplan, who celebrated the film’s Nov. 10 release with two behind-the-scenes posts on his Instagram account. “It’s an experience I will always remember.”

See below for the full list of alumni nominees:

  • Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
    • American Fiction | Laura Karpman (IAC/NMC 70-74), composer; Dustin Tucker (IAA 94-98, IAC St 09) as Phillip
    • The Holdovers | Da’Vine Joy Randolph (IAC 03, IAC St 05) as Mary Lamb; Jim Kaplan (IAC 16-17, IO 20, IAA 21-24) as Ye-Joon Park; and Dustin Tucker (IAA 94-98, IAC St 09) as Mr. Rosenswieg
  • Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
    • Da’Vine Joy Randolph (IAC 03, IAC St 05) as Mary Lamb in The Holdovers
  • Best Television Series - Drama
    • 1923 | Jennifer Ehle (IAA 85-87) as Sister Mary
    • The Diplomat | Amanda Johnson-Zetterström (IAC 03), Writer and producer
  • Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy
    • Only Murders in the Building | Ashley Park (IAC 03) as Kimber Min; Da’Vine Joy Randolph (IAC 03, IAC St 05) as Detective Donna Williams
  • Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television
    • Beef | Ashley Park (IAC 03) as Naomi
    • Fellow Travelers | Noah J. Ricketts (IAA 09-10, IAC St 10) as Frankie Hines

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024. The ceremony will be broadcast live on CBS at 8 p.m. ET and will be available to stream on Paramount+.

First presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in 1944, the Golden Globe Awards are widely acknowledged as one of the world’s highest honors for both television and film. Today, the Golden Globes are hosted by Dick Clark Productions and present awards in 27 categories—14 for motion pictures, and 13 for television.