The Golden Globe Ambassadors through the years
Decades of Miss and Mr. Golden Globes
In the years since its inception in the 1960s, dozens of future stars, celebrity daughters and sons have been named Miss or Mr. Golden Globes. Though the honor was originally bestowed upon up-and-coming starlets, regardless of their parentage, the HFPA first began the practice of celebrating the offspring of A-list stars in 1971. The HFPA renamed the honor Golden Globe Ambassador to be gender-neutral and more inclusive in 2017.
Check out some of the best of second-generation and third-generation Hollywood royalty, ahead.
1963: Donna Douglas (For Television)
In its first year, the title of Miss Golden Globe was awarded to two actresses — one for film and one for television. Donna is best known for her role in the TV show The Beverly Hilbillies from 1962 to 1971.
1963: Eva Six (for Film)
The actress is best known for her roles in that year's Beach Party and Operation Bikini.
1964: Linda Evans
The actress was then known for TV series apperances in The Eleventh Hour (1963) and The Lieutenant (1963). Later, she gained recognition for playing Krystle Carrington in the 1980's TV show Dynasty.
1966: Cheryl Miller
The actress is known for her role as the daugther of a veterinarian in the show Dakarti (1966-69).
1967: Corinna Tsopei
In 1967 the actress appeared in the TV series Lost in Space. In 1978 she was the host for the Miss Universe Pageant.
1968: Alexandra Hay
The actress played the Carhop in the Sidney Portier film Guess Who's Coming To Dinner and later played Lynn in the TV series version of Mission: Impossible.
1971: Anne Archer
The daughter of John Archer and Marjorie Lord, Anne Archer would go on to have a long career after Miss Globe duties were done. As a startlet in the early 1970s, she appeared in TV series like Hawaii Five-O and Mod Squad. She was later nominated for an Academy Award for her performance in the 1987 romance thriller Fatal Attraction.
1972: Pamela Powell
The daughter of entertainer and studio head Dick Powell and actress June Allyson. That year, Pamela appeared in the TV series Cannon.
1974: Linda Meiklejohn
The daughter of casting director William Meiklejohn and Charlotte Jeter. Linda starred as Lt. Linda Scorch on M*A*S*H from 1972-73.
1975: Melanie Griffith
The daughter of actress Tippi Hedren and advertising executive Peter Griffith, Melanie Griffith would have one of the most prolific careers after being a Miss Globe, in addition to being mother to another Miss Golden Globe on our list. Melanie rose to fame in such films Brian DePalma's Body Double (1984) and 1986's Something Wild, both of which she was nominated for Globe herself, and 1988's Working Girl which earned her both a best actress Golden Globe win and an Oscar nomination.
1976: Lisa Farringer
The actress appeared in the TV series The Six Million Dollar Man in 1978.
1978: Elizabeth Stack
The daughter of actor Robert Stack and model Rosemarie Bowe, Elizabeth appeared in the TV series Quincy M.E. in 1978.
1979: Stephanie Haymes
The daughter of Argentine actor Dick Haymes and 1963's The Pink Panther actress Fran Jeffries, Stephanie Haymes-Roven had bit roles in 2017's Justice League and Wonder Woman which she worked on with her husband, producer Charles Roven.
1980: Kym Karath
Kym began acting at the age of 3 and would later star as Gretl in 1965's The Sound of Music.
1981: Rosanne Katon
The actress appeared in several TV shows including a run as Amanda in St. Elsewhere in 1984. Other shows she appeared in include The Facts of Life, Good Times, Dallas and Full House. Prior to her duties as a Miss Golden Globes, Katon was a Playmate of the Month in 1978.
1982: Laura Dern
1983: Rhonda Shear
The actress appeared in hit TV shows like ChiPs in 1982, The A-Team in 1983, Cheers in 1985 and Married...With Children in 1990, but is best known for her duties as host of USA Network's popular cult movie show, USA Up All Night.
1985: Lisabeth Shatner
Daughter of actors William Shatner and Gloria Rand. Lisabeth was a writer on two his fathers' TV shows, T.J. Hooker and TekWar.
1986: Calista Carradine
Daughter of the Kung Fu and Kill Bill star David Carradine and Donna Lee Becht, she starred in the TV movie Kung Fu: The Movie in 1986 and later starred in the TV series Kung Fu: The Legend Continues from 1993 to 1996.
1987: Candace Savalas
Savalas is the daughter of Kojak actor Telly Savalas and Marilyn Gardner. Candacde starred in the TV movie version of Alison in Wonderland in 1985 as well as Telly's series of Kojak TV movies.
1988: Gigi Garner
Gigi Garner is the daughter of The Rockford Files actor James Garner and Lois Clarke. Gigi was a host for the Thames Television Network in London from 1983 to 1984.
1989: Kyle Aletter
The daughter of theatre actor Frank Aletter and Barnaby Jones actress Lee Meriwether. Kyle also appeared in the TV series Barnaby Jones, playing two different characters in 1977 and 1980. Aletter would go on to be a model on The Price is Right.
1990: Katharine Kramer
The daughter of director/producer Stanley Kramer and actress Karen Sharpe, Kramer currently serves on the advisory board for the LA Press Club.
1991: Kaitlin Hopkins
The daughter of Academy Award-nominated actress Shirley Knight and producer Gene Persson, Hopkins went on to have a career on Broadway, and in 2009, established the BFA Musical Theatre program at Texas State University.
1992: Joely Fisher
The daughter of solo artist Eddie Fisher and actress Connie Stevens, Joely played Paige Clark in the 1990s sitcom Ellen, starring alongside Ellen Degeneres. Most recently she played Wendi in the Tim Allen-led series Last Man Standing from 2014-2016.
1993: Erin Hamilton
The daughter of comedian and actress Carol Burnett and producer Joe Hamilton. Erin became an electric dance singer, reaching the U.S. dance charts several times in her career.
1994: Alexandrea Martin
The daughter of comedian, actress and TV host Whoopi Goldberg and Alvin Martin, Martin has produced two short films, Descendents (2008) and Sensitive Men (2018).
1995: John Clark Gable
The son of legendary actor Clark Gable and actress Kay Williams, Gable was the first Mr. Golden Globe when he joined the award show in 1995.
1996: Freddie Prinze, Jr.
1996: Jaime Nicole Dudney
The daughter of country singer Barbara Mandrell and drummer Ken Dudney. Jaime Nicole appeared in the long-running soap opera As the World Turns 1998 through 2000.
1997: Kehly Sloane
The daughter of Dallas actress Linda Gray and art director Ed Thrasher, Sloane appeared on Dallas from 1987 to 1989.
1998: Clementine Ford
The daughter of actress Cybill Shepherd and David Ford, Clementine appeared briefly in 1999's American Pie. She would later have a run in the long-running soap The Young and the Restless from 2009 to 2010.
1999: Tori Reid
Daughter of WKRP in Cincinnati actor Tim Reid and Rita Reid. Tori appeared briefly in an episode of the TV series The West Wing in 2002.