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Updated on Jan 6, 2020. Posted on Jan 6, 2020

7 Side-By-Side Photos Of "The Irishman" Cast At Their First Golden Globe Awards Vs. The 2020 Golden Globes

Let's take a trip down memory lane.

Robert De Niro (2010 vs. 2020)

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Fun fact: Robert De Niro has been nominated for 10 Golden Globe Awards — starting in 1977 for his lead role in Taxi Driver, all the way up to 2020, when The Irishman was up for Best Motion Picture — Drama.

Ultimately, he won one for Raging Bull in 1981, as well as an honorary Cecil B. deMille Award in 2011.

Al Pacino (1991 vs. 2020)

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Fun fact: Al Pacino has been nominated for a Golden Globe 18 times and took home the award four times, for his work in Serpico, Scent of a Woman, Angels in America, and You Don't Know Jack.

Ray Romano (2000 vs. 2020)

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Fun fact: The Irishman is the first film Ray Romano worked on that was nominated for a Golden Globe.

Anna Paquin (2009 vs. 2020)

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Fun fact: Anna Paquin won her first and only Golden Globe in 2009 for Best Actress in a Television Series — Drama (True Blood).

Jesse Plemons (2016 vs. 2020)

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Fun fact: Jesse Plemons has yet to be nominated for a Golden Globe, but he has been part of several projects that have earned recognition from the foreign press.

Martin Scorsese (1994 vs. 2020)

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Fun fact: Martin Scorsese, who was nominated for Best Director — Motion Picture and Best Motion Picture — Drama for The Irishman, has worked with Robert De Niro on nearly 10 projects.

Harvey Keitel (1991 vs. 2020)

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Fun fact: Harvey Keitel has worked with Martin Scorsese on more than five projects, including Martin's very first movie, Who's That Knocking at My Door.

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