'Tis the season...for awards nominations. Yesterday post 50 actors led the pack in Screen Actors Guild nominations, with actors 40 years old and older snagging 41 nods. This morning Golden Globe nominations were announced, and once again, a slew of post 50 actors were recognized.

Meryl Streep was nominated for her 27th Golden Globe award for her role as lovelorn wife Kay in "Hope Springs." Streep currently holds the record for most individual Golden Globe nominations, as well as the record for most individual Golden Globe wins.

For a full list of boomer actors who were nominated, see our slideshow below. The 70th Golden Globe Awards ceremony will take place on January 13, 2013.

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  • Best Actor, Drama

    Denzel Washington, 57, was nominated for his role as Whip Whitaker in “Flight."

  • Best Actor, Drama

    Daniel Day-Lewis, 55, was nominated for his role as Abraham Lincoln in “Lincoln."

  • Best Actor, Drama

    John Hawkes, 53, was nominated for his role as Mark in “The Sessions."

  • Best Actor, Drama

    Richard Gere, 63, was nominated for his role as Robert Miller in "Arbitrage."

  • Best Actress, Drama

    Helen Mirren, 67, was nominated for her role as Alma Reville in “Hitchcock."

  • Best Actor, Musical Or Comedy

    Bill Murray, 62, was nominated for his role as Franklin Delano Roosevelt in "Hyde Park On Hudson."

  • Best Actress, Musical Or Comedy

    Maggie Smith, 77, was nominated for her role as Jean in “Quartet." She was also nominated for "Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television" for her role as Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham in "Downton Abbey."

  • Best Actress, Musical Or Comedy

    Judi Dench, 78, was nominated for her role as Evelyn Greenslade in “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel."

  • Best Actress, Musical Or Comedy

    Meryl Streep, 63, was nominated for her role as Kay in "Hope Springs."

  • Best Supporting Actor

    Alan Arkin, 78, was nominated for his role as Lester Siegel in “Argo."

  • Best Supporting Actor

    Tommy Lee Jones, 66, was nominated for his role as Thaddeus Stevens in “Lincoln."

  • Best Supporting Actor

    Christoph Waltz, 56, was nominated for his role as Dr. King Schultz in "Django Unchained."

  • Best Supporting Actress

    Sally Field, 66, was nominated for her role as Mary Todd Lincoln in “Lincoln."

  • Best Supporting Actress

    Helen Hunt, 49, was nominated for her role as Cheryl in “The Sessions."

  • Best Actress, Television Drama

    Glenn Close, 65, was nominated for her role as Patty Hewes in "Damages."

  • Best Actor, Television Drama

    Jeff Daniels, 57, was nominated for his role as Will McAvoy in "Newsroom."

  • Best Actor, Television Drama

    Steve Buscemi, 54, was nominated for his role as Enoch "Nucky" Thompson in "Boardwalk Empire."

  • Best Actor, Television Drama

    Bryan Cranston, 56, was nominated for his role as Walter White in "Breaking Bad."

  • Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series - Musical Or Comedy

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 51, was nominated for her role as Selina Meyer in "Veep."

  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Musical Or Comedy

    Alec Baldwin, 54, was nominated for his role as Jack Donaghy in "30 Rock."

  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Musical Or Comedy

    Don Cheadle, 48, was nominated for his role as Marty Kaan in "House Of Lies."

  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television

    Kevin Costner, 57, was nominated for his role as “Devil Anse” Hatfield in “Hatfields & McCoys."

  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television

    Woody Harrelson, 51, was nominated for his role as Steve Schmidt in “Game Change."

  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television

    Clive Owen, 48, was nominated for his role as Ernest Hemingway in “Hemingway & Gellhorn."

  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television

    Ed Harris, 62, was nominated for his role as John McCain in “Game Change."

  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television

    Mandy Patinkin, 60, was nominated for his role as Saul Berenson in "Homeland."

  • Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television

    Danny Huston, 50, was nominated for his role as Ben Diamond in "Magic City."

  • Best Performance By An Actress In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television

    Julianne Moore, 52, was nominated for her role as Sarah Palin in "Game Change."

  • Best Performance By An Actress In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television

    Jessica Lange, 63, was nominated for her role as Sister Jude in "American Horror Story: Asylum."

  • Best Performance By An Actress In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television

    Sigourney Weaver, 63, was nominated for her role as Elaine Barrish Hammond in "Political Animals."