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‘Hawaii Five-0’ actor Scott Caan nominated for Golden Globe

  • PHOTO BY BRUCE ASATO/BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Scott Caan, one of the stars of the new 'Hawaii Five-O' series on the red carpet at the Hawaii premiere at Sunset on the Beach on Sept. 13, 2010. Caan was nominated today for a Golden Globe award as best supporting actor for his 'Hawaii Five-0' performance.
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Scott Caan, who plays Danno, the wise-cracking sidekick on the rebooted version of "Hawaii Five-0," received a Golden Globe nomination today.

The 34-year-old Caan was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. 

"It’s an amazing feeling and honor to be put in this light especially for doing something that I love," Caan said in a statement released by CBS. "It’s really been an incredible year of opportunity for me. I’ve been so lucky this year to work on projects that I dig with amazing people, the cast and crew of ‘Hawaii 5-0’ and to feel the support from CBS."

The 68th annual Golden Globe winners will be announced Jan. 16. 

Also nominated in the category are Chris Colfer of "Glee," Chris Noth of "The Good Wife," Eric Stonestreet of "Modern Family" and David Strathairn of "Temple Grandin."

Since CBS unveiled its new "Five-0" in September, Caan’s interpretation of Detective Danny "Danno" Williams — originally played by James MacArthur — has been marked by irreverent humor, a rumpled look and a tough-guy’s stance. 

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