The 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards are this Sunday and all of Hollywood will be gathered to honor the best in movies and television over the past year. While many of the actors up for awards are perennial nominees, such as Christian Bale ("The Big Short") and Helen Mirren ("Trumbo"), many others are getting their first chance at award show glory. Will there be any first-time winners?

The first time pack is led by Alicia Vikander, whose big year in 2015 scored her two nominations, one for best actress in a motion picture – drama for "The Danish Girl," and another for best supporting actress in a motion picture for the sci-fi thriller "Ex Machina." Plus, some big names have finally broken through for their first nominations, including Melissa McCarthy (best actress in a motion picture – comedy or musical for "Spy), Amy Schumer (best actress in a motion picture – comedy or musical for "Trainwreck"), and Paul Dano (best supporting actor in a motion picture for "Love & Mercy"). Then, there is the best supporting actor in television series, limited series, or television motion picture category, where all but one of the nominees are first timers. 

All in all, there are 25 actors and actresses that make up this year’s Golden Globes freshman class of actors. Here is the full list of the first-time nominees:

First-time Nominees at the 73rd Annual Golden Globes:

  • Alicia Vikander – Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama – “The Danish Girl” & Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture – "Ex Machina"
  • Brie Larson – Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama – “Room”
  • Amy Schumer – Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical – “Trainwreck”
  • Melissa McCarthy – Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical – “Spy”
  • Paul Dano – Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture – “Love & Mercy”
  • Mark Rylance – Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture – “Bridge of Spies” & Best Actor In a Limited Series Or Television Motion Picture – "Wolf Hall"
  • Michael Shannon – Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture – “99 Homes”
  • Lady Gaga – Best Actress In a Limited Series Or Television Motion Picture – "American Horror Story: Hotel"
  • Sarah Hay – Best Actress In a Limited Series Or Television Motion Picture – "Flesh & Bone"
  • Taraji P. Henson – Best Actress In a Television Series, Drama – "Empire"
  • Caitriona Balfe – Best Actress In a Television Series, Drama – "Outlander"
  • Eva Green – Best Actress In a Television Series, Drama – "Penny Dreadful"
  • Bob Odenkirk – Best Actor In a Television Series, Drama – "Better Call Saul"
  • Rami Malek – Best Actor In a Television Series, Drama – "Mr. Robot"
  • Wagner Moura – Best Actor In a Television Series, Drama – "Narcos"
  • Rachel Bloom – Best Actress In a Television Series, Comedy or Musical – "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"
  • Aziz Ansari – Best Actor In a Television Series, Comedy or Musical – "Master of None"
  • Gael García Bernal – Best Actress In a Television Series, Comedy or Musical – "Mozart in the Jungle"
  • Regina King – Best Actress In a Television Series, Limited Series, or Television Motion Picture – "American Crime"
  • Maura Tierney – Best Actress In a Television Series, Limited Series, or Television Motion Picture – "The Affair"
  • Judith Light – Best Actress In a Television Series, Limited Series, or Television Motion Picture – "Transparent"
  • Ben Mendelsohn – Best Actor In a Television Series, Limited Series, or Television Motion Picture – "Bloodline"
  • Christian Slater – Best Actor In a Television Series, Limited Series, or Television Motion Picture – "Mr. Robot"
  • Tobias Menzies – Best Actor In a Television Series, Limited Series, or Television Motion Picture – "Outlander"
  • Alan Cumming – Best Actor In a Television Series, Limited Series, or Television Motion Picture – "The Good Wife"

Check out the full list of 2016 nominees here. The Golden Globes airs Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on NBC. Tune in to see if any of the first-time nominees wins their first award.