At this year's Golden Globe Awards, we saw some of our favorite stars from yesteryear as nominees, winners, and presenters of the big award show. And two ladies who won big — Anne Hathaway and Claire Danes — even referenced their well-loved old-school roles during their acceptance speeches. Anne, who won for her emotional role as Fantine in the musical movie Les Misérables, thanked "Flying Nun" Sally Field for inspiring her to go against being typecast, referencing her 2001 breakout role in The Princess Diaries. Homeland's Claire Danes started off her acceptance speech with "I was up here when I was 15," alluding to her 1994 win for My So-Called Life. We love seeing our favorite stars back in the day, so let's take a look at the celebrities of the Golden Globes then and now!