/ AJT / Jewish actors Andy Samberg and Michael Douglas, as well as director Spike Jonze came away as winners at the 2014 Golden Globes. Samberg won Best Actor in a TV Comedy for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” while Douglas won for Best Actor in a Mini-Series for “Behind the Candelabra.” Samberg’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” also was also awarded Best TV Comedy Series. Jonze (born Speigel) won Best Screenplay for a Motion Picture with his film, “Her.” Disney’s “Let It Go,” performed by Idina Menzel lost to U2’s “Ordinary Love,” from the film, “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.” Actor Liev Schreiber also lost Best Actor in a TV Series (Drama) to Bryan Cranston of “Breaking Bad.” Although he was not nominated for an award, director Woody Allen was recognized with the Cecil B. Demille award for “outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment.”
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