Miss Golden Globes

Bruce and Demi's little girl is Miss Golden Globe 2009. Will she turn out to be successful like her predecessors, Anne Archer, Melanie Griffith, and Laura Dern? Or will her career die hard?

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Donna Douglas, 1963

A Beverly Hillbilly Goes Hollywood: Miss Elly May Clampett was the first Miss Golden Globe.

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Linda Evans, 1964

Before the Golden Globes asked Hollywood dynasty to be Miss Double G, Linda Evans had the role.

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Anne Archer, 1971

The first child of actors to be Miss Golden Globe: Anne Archer, daughter of Marjorie Lord and William Archer.

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Melanie Griffith, 1975

Melanie Griffith, with her mother, actress Tippi Hedren, became the first Miss Golden Globe to win one herself (for Working Girl in 1989).

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Laura Dern, 1982

Laura Dern (with Kyle MacLachlan and Dern's mother, actress Diane Ladd) has been nominated for a Golden Globe four times and won once.

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Joely Fisher, 1992

Joely Fisher (with her parents, Connie Stevens and Eddie Fisher) was nominated six years after being Miss Golden Globe.

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Freddie Prinze Jr., 1996

A rare Mr. Golden Globe: Freddie Prinze Jr. (with his wife, actress Sarah Michelle Gellar).

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Clementine Ford, 1998

The daughter of Golden Globe-winner Cybill Shepherd, Clementine Ford’s biggest role has been on The L Word.

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Kathryn Eastwood, 2005

Clint Eastwood may have won a shelf full of Golden Globes, but his million dollar baby Kathryn has yet to make a movie.

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Dakota Johnson, 2006

The first second-generation Miss Golden Globe, Dakota Johnson (daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson) is a good friend of Miss Double G 2009—Rumer Willis.

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Lorraine Nicholson, 2007

Though seven-time Golden Globe winner Jack Nicholson’s youngest daughter has dabbled in acting, she is currently focusing on academics at Brown University, where she writes for the Ivy League school’s paper.

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Rumer Willis, 2009

The eldest daughter of two-time Globe nominee Demi Moore and Globe winner Bruce Willis has become a starlet herself. After bit parts on her parents’ films throughout the 1990s, she went on to earn roles in The House Bunny and had an arc on the teen drama 90210.

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Mavis Spencer, 2010

Golden Globe winner Alfre Woodard’s only daughter may not have acting aspirations, but she still is part of the business—she is a model and equestrian show jumper who began studying at Columbia University last year.

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Gia Mantegna, 2011

More than a decade after her father Joe was nominated for a Globe for The Rat Pack, this 20-year-old budding actress will grace the awards show stage on Sunday. She debuted on screen alongside her father in 2003’s Uncle Nino and has since gone on to appear in his series Criminal Minds, as well as The Secret Life of the American Teenager.