American Film Institute Award Nomination - posted on Monday, December 17 2001
Brian Cox has been nominated for an AFI Featured Actor of the Year - Male - Movies award for his role of "Big John Harrigan" in L.I.E. (Lot 47 Films). Brian is in good company with the other nominees in this category: Steve Buscemi, Gene Hackman and Tony Shalhoub.
The awards in 19 film and television categories will be presented on Saturday, January 5, 2002 at 8 PM ET/PT in a live, three-hour special on CBS. See the American Film Institute web site for more information.
UPDATE 05-JAN-2002: The AFI Featured Actor of the Year - Male - Movies award went to Gene Hackman.
Boston Society of Film Critics BEST ACTOR Award - posted on Sunday, December 16 2001
Brian Cox (for his role in L.I.E. by Lot 47 Films) tied with Denzel Washington (Training Day) to receive the the 21st Annual Boston Society of Film Critics Best Actor award on December 16th, 2001. The runners up included Gene Hackman (The Royal Tenenbaums) and Guy Pearce (Memento). Director/writer/producer Michael Cuesta also won the BSFC award for Best New Filmmaker for L.I.E.