A Look Back at the Golden Globe Ambassadorsby IMDb-Editors | last updated - 1 day ago
Every year, a child of a performer is chosen to be Mr. or Miss Golden Globes. This year, the HFPA has renamed this position as the Golden Globe Ambassadors. Here's a look back at the photogenic progeny that includes both A-listers and unknowns.
Simone Alexandra Johnson, 2018
Famous parent: Dwayne Johnson
—The 2018 Golden Globes will be Foxx's entertainment industry debut
Dakota Johnson, 2006
Famous Parents: Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson
— Starred as Anastasia Steele in the hit movie Fifty Shades of Grey and will reprise the role in two sequels, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed
— Ranked number four on IMDb's Top 10 stars of 2015
— In February 2016, her comedy How to be Single will be released
Joely Fisher, 1992
Famous Parents: Eddie Fisher and Connie Stevens
— In 1998, Fisher was a Golden Globe nominee in the TV Supporting Actress category for her role on the sit-com "Ellen"
— Series regular on six TV series: "Ellen," "Grosse Point", "Normal, Ohio", "Danny", "Baby Bob", "Wild Card", and "'Til Death"
Laura Dern, 1982
Famous Parents: Oscar-nominees Bruce Dern and Diane Ladd
Career Highlights: — Followed in her parents footsteps by earning Oscar nominations in 1992 for Rambling Rose and 2015 for Wild
— Won three Golden Globes in three different categories: Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV for "Afterburn" in 1993, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for "Recount" in 2009, and Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series — Comedy or Musical in 2012 for "Enlightened"
Linda Evans, 1964
Famous Parents: Evans' parents were not celebrities. Originally, Miss Golden Globes was a title bestowed on an up-and-coming actress. A few years later, the Globes came up with the Children-of-the-Stars concept.
— Played Audra, the youngest member of a wealthy ranching family on the TV western "The Big Valley" from 1965-69
— Became a television icon when she starred as Krystle Carrington, a matriarch who could hold her own in a cat fight, on the hit primetime soap "Dynasty" from 1981-89