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Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama

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Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama (official name: Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama) is one of the annual television awards given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • 1960s 1.1
    • 1970s 1.2
    • 1980s 1.3
    • 1990s 1.4
    • 2000s 1.5
    • 2010s 1.6
  • Multiple winners 2
  • Multiple nominations 3
  • See also 4

Winners and nominees

1960s

1969: Linda Cristal - The High Chaparral as Victoria Montoya

1970s

1970: Peggy Lipton - The Mod Squad as Julie Barnes

1971: Patricia Neal - The Homecoming: A Christmas Story as Olivia Walton

1972: Gail Fisher - Mannix as Peggy Fair

1973: Lee Remick - The Blue Knight as Cassie Walters

1974: Angie Dickinson - Police Woman as Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson

1975: Lee Remick - Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill as Jennie Churchill

1976: Susan Blakely - Rich Man, Poor Man as Julie Prescott

1977: Lesley Ann Warren - 79 Park Avenue as Marja Fludjicki/Marianne

1978: Rosemary Harris - Holocaust as Berta Palitz Weiss

1979: Natalie Wood - From Here to Eternity as Karen Holmes

1980s

1980: Yoko Shimada - Shōgun as Lady Toda Buntaro

1981: Linda Evans - Dynasty as Krystle Carrington
1981: Barbara Bel Geddes - Dallas as Miss Ellie Ewing

1982: Joan Collins - Dynasty as Alexis Carrington

1983: Jane Wyman - Falcon Crest as Angela Channing

1984: Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote as Jessica Fletcher

1985: Sharon Gless - Cagney & Lacey as Christine Cagney

1986: Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote as Jessica Fletcher

1987: Susan Dey - L.A. Law as Grace Van Owen

1988: Jill Eikenberry - L.A. Law as Ann Kelsey

1989: Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote as Jessica Fletcher

1990s

1990: Sharon Gless - The Trials of Rosie O'Neill as Fiona Rose "Rosie" O'Neill
1990: Patricia Wettig - thirtysomething as Nancy Weston

1991: Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote as Jessica Fletcher

1992: Regina Taylor - I'll Fly Away as Lily Harper

1993: Kathy Baker - Picket Fences as Jill Brock

1994: Claire Danes - My So-Called Life as Angela Chase

1995: Jane Seymour - Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman as Dr. Michaela Quinn

1996: Gillian Anderson - The X-Files as Special Agent Dana Scully

1997: Christine Lahti - Chicago Hope as Dr. Kate Austin

1998: Keri Russell - Felicity as Felicity Porter

1999: Edie Falco - The Sopranos as Carmela Soprano

2000s

2000: Sela Ward - Once and Again as Lily Manning

2001: Jennifer Garner - Alias as Sydney Bristow

2002: Edie Falco - The Sopranos as Carmela Soprano

2003: Frances Conroy - Six Feet Under as Ruth Fisher

2004: Mariska Hargitay - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Det. Olivia Benson

2005: Geena Davis - Commander In Chief as President Mackenzie Allen

2006: Kyra Sedgwick - The Closer as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson

2007: Glenn Close - Damages as Patty Hewes

2008: Anna Paquin - True Blood as Sookie Stackhouse

2009: Julianna Margulies - The Good Wife as Alicia Florrick

2010s

2010: Katey Sagal - Sons of Anarchy as Gemma Teller Morrow

2011: Claire Danes - Homeland as Carrie Mathison

2012: Claire Danes - Homeland as Carrie Mathison

2013: Robin Wright - House of Cards as Claire Underwood

2014: Ruth Wilson - The Affair as Alison Lockhart

Multiple winners

4 wins

3 wins

2 wins

Multiple nominations

See also


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