Bradely Cooper earned his first Tony nomination for The Elephant Man, and musicals An American in Paris and Fun Home took home 12 nominations each.

2015 Tony Award Nominations Announced

An American in Paris, based on Vincente Minnelli’s 1951 classic film, was by far the most popular show at the 2015 Tony Award Nomination announcement on Tuesday. The show took home nominations for Best Musical, Best Book and four acting nominations, all first time nominees!

Other big honoree, Fun Home, matched An American in Paris with 12 nominations, including one for young actress Sydney Lucas. Nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical at only 11 years old, Lucas is now the youngest performer ever to be nominated for a Tony. Lucas will face two Fun Home co-stars in the category.

Hollywood has its fair share of representation in the Tony nominations. Oscar-nominated Cooper became a Tony nominee for Best Actor in a Play for his turn in The Elephant Man. Fellow A-lister, Patricia Clarkson, is nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play for the same production. Hollywood actresses are also dominating the Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play category, with frequent film and television stars Helen Mirren, Elisabeth Moss, Carey Mulligan, Ruth Wilson and Geneva Carr all being recognized.

2015 Tony Nominations Full List:

Best Play:
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time written by Simon Stephens
Disgraced written by Ayad Akhtar
Hand to God written by Robert Askins
Wolf Hall Parts One & Two written by Hilary Mantel and Mike Poulton

Best Musical:
An American in Paris
Fun Home
Something Rotten!
The Visit

Best Revival of a Play:
The Elephant Man
Skylight
This Is Our Youth
You Can’t Take It With You

Best Revival of a Musical:
The King and I
On the Town
On the Twentieth Century

Best Book of a Musical:
An American in ParisCraig Lucas
Fun HomeLisa Kron
Something Rotten!Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell
The VisitTerrence McNally

Best Original Score Written for the Theatre:
Fun Home – Music: Jeanine Tesorini, Lyrics: Lisa Kron
The Last Ship – Music & Lyrics: Sting
Something Rotten! – Music & Lyrics: Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick
The Visit – Music: John Kander, Lyrics: Fred Ebb

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play:
Steven BoyerHand to God
Bradley CooperThe Elephant Man
Ben MilesWolf Hall Parts One & Two
Bill NighySkylight
Alex SharpThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play:
Geneva CarrHand to God
Helen MirrenThe Audience
Elisabeth MossThe Heidi Chronicles
Carey MulliganSkylight
Ruth WilsonConstellations

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical:
Michael CerverisFun Home
Robert FairchildAn American in Paris
Brian d’Arcy JamesSomething Rotten!
Ken WatanabeThe King and I
Tony YazbeckOn the Town

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical:
Kristin ChenowethOn the Twentieth Century
Leanne CopeAn American in Paris
Beth MaloneFun Home
Kelli O’HaraThe King and I
Chita RiveraThe Visit

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play:
Matthew BeardSkylight
K. Todd FreemanAirline Highway
Richard McCabeThe Audience
Alessandro NivolaThe Elephant Man
Nathanial ParkerWolf Hall Parts One & Two
Micah StockIt’s Only a Play

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play:
Annaleigh AshfordYou Can’t Take It With You
Patricia ClarksonThe Elephant Man
Lydia LeonardWolf Hall Parts One & Two
Sarah StilesHand to God
Julie WhiteAirline Highway

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical:
Christian BorleSomething Rotten!
Andy KarlOn the Twentieth Century
Brad OscarSomething Rotten!
Brandon UranowitzAn American in Paris
Max von EssenAn American in Paris

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical:
Victoria ClarkGigi
Judy KuhnFun Home
Sydney LucasFun Home
Ruthie Ann MilesThe King and I
Emily SkeggsFun Home

Best Scenic Design of a Play:
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeBunny Christie, Finn Ross
SkylightBob Crowley
Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoChristopher Oram
You Can’t Take It with YouDavid Rockwell

Best Scenic Design of a Musical:
An American in ParisBob Crowley and 59 Productions
On the Twentieth CenturyDavid Rockwell
The King and IMichael Yeargan
Fun HomeDavid Zinn

Best Costume Design of a Play:
The AudienceBob Crowley
You Can’t Take It with YouJane Greenwood
Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoChristopher Oram
Airline HighwayDavid Zinn

Best Costume Design of a Musical:
Something Rotten!Gregg Barnes
An American in ParisBob Crowley
On the Twentieth CenturyWilliam Ivey Long
The King and ICatherine Zuber

Best Lighting Design of a Play:
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimePaul Constable
Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoPaul Constable, David Plater
SkylightNatasha Katz
Airline HighwayJaphy Weideman

Best Lighting Design of a Musical:
The King and IDonald Holder
An American in ParisNatasha Katz
Fun HouseBen Stanton
The VisitJaphy Weideman

Best Direction of a Play:
Stephen DaldrySkylight
Marianne ElliottThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Scott EllisYou Can’t Take It with You
Jeremy HerrinWolf Hall Parts One & Two
Moritz von StuelpnagelHand to God

Best Direction of a Musical:
Sam GoldFun Home
Casey Nicholaw Something Rotten!
Josh RandoOn the Town
Bartlett SherThe King and I
Christopher WheeldonAn American in Paris

Best Choreography:
On the TownJoshua Bergasse
The King and IChristopher Gatteli
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeScott Graham & Steven Hoggett for Frantic Assembly
Something Rotten!Casey Nicholaw
An American in ParisChristopher Wheeldon

Best Orchestrations:
An American in ParisChristopher Austin, Don Sebesky, Bill Elliott
Fun HomeJohn Clancy
Something Rotten!Larry Hochman
The Last ShipRob Mathes

Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre: Tommy Tune
Special Tony Award: John Cameron Mitchell
Regional Theatre Tony Award: Cleveland Play House, Cleveland, Ohio
Isabelle Stevenson Tony Award: Stephen Schwartz
Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre: Arnold Abramson, Adrian Bryan-Brown, Gene O’Donovan