NEW YORK — — The winners of the New York State Golden Globes were announced Tuesday night, including three people whose nominations have never been made public before.
The winners are:Award-winning actress Lena Dunham of “Girls” and director-producer Judd Apatow of “The Boss Baby” are both nominated for Best Actress.
Dunham’s name has not been announced, but the film is in production.
Also nominated is Lena Dunham’s daughter, Sasha, and the comedian and activist Amy Schumer.
Schumer’s name hasn’t been announced.
The nominations were announced at a gala at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, with the New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, actress Amy Schumer, and rapper Jay-Z among the audience.
Other recipients were director James Gray, who helmed “Gravity,” and director Robert Zemeckis of “American Sniper.”
The ceremony, which was hosted by comedian Joe Rogan and co-hosted by NBC’s Jimmy Fallon, included performances by the cast and crew of the upcoming “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Scandal.”
The winners, who were announced by director Joe Wright and coed actress Mandy Patinkin, are:The Golden Globetos are held in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle, and are televised on NBC and other broadcast networks.
The show has not yet been officially announced.