Veteran actor Ernest Borgnine is disappointed the Golden Globe Awards ceremony has been cancelled - after he was nominated at the age of 90. Borgnine, who is nominated in the Best Performance By An Actor In A Mini-Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television category for A Grandpa For Christmas, never thought he'd be alive to pick up another big prize. He tells the New York Post, "It's 52 years since my Oscar for Marty, and it sure brought the people out of the woodwork. At 90, I'm suddenly the fair-haired boy again. "I keep the Oscar in our back room. I just polished it up a bit. One dealer wanted to buy it. He said it would probably bring more than John Wayne's saddle." The Golden Globes ceremony was scheduled to have taken place on Sunday (13Jan08) but was cancelled on Monday (07Jan08) as a result of the ongoing writers' strike.