Monday, January 13, 2014
Jon Voight took home the Golden Globe for Supporting Actor in a TV Series, Miniseries or TV Movie for his role in “Ray Donovan.” “I’m as nervous as everybody else,” Voight said. “What happened?” Jon Voight portrays patriarch Mickey Donovan a man with many secrets and a desire to be with his children when he is released from jail.
Voight took home the Golden Globe for his performance in “Ray Donovan,” beating out Josh Charles for “The Good Wife,” Aaron Paul for “Breaking Bad,” Rob Lowe for “Behind The Candelabra” and Corey Stoll for “House Of Cards.” “I’m truly humbled,” Voight said in his acceptance speech. “Working with the cast of ‘Ray Donovan’ is an endless joy, and I’m very grateful for that.” Good job Mr. Voight.
SHOWTIME: Ray Donovan Private Eye ‘I’m Not The Kind Of Guy You Fire’. Ray Donovan brought Showtime its biggest premiere to date averaging 1.35 million viewers during its first airing. Compared to Homeland, Ray Donovan‘s opener was up 25 percent from the Showtime darling’s 2011 premiere (1.08 million). Ray Donovan delivered 2.22 million viewers with an encore, eclipsing Homelandby 61 percent.