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International Emmy Award for Best Actress

International Emmy Award for Best Actress
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actress
Country United States
Presented by International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
First awarded 2005
Currently held by Bianca Krijgsman,
De Nieuwe Wereld (2014)
Official website .tv.iemmyswww

The International Emmy Award for Best Performance by an Actress is a category of the International Emmy Award, held since 2005 and which awards actresses outside the United States. The award ceremony takes place in New York City.

The first awarded with the trophy was He Lin by the his role in Slave Mother, an telefilm produced by CCTV6 channel.[1] Dutch Maryam Hassouni won in 2006 for his performance as Laila al Gatawi in Offers, a drama thriller directed by Dana Nechushtan.[2]

In 2007, the International Emmy for best actress went to French Muriel Robin for her role as Marie Besnard in the Belgian-French telefilm The Poisoner.[3]

Lucy Cohu, Julie Walters and Helena Bonham Carter won in subsequent years, Walters is the only actress to win twice the prize in 2009, as Anne Turner in A Short Stay in Switzerland, repeating the feat in 2011 for her performance in the telefilm Mo, which tells the life story of the parliamentary Labour Party Mo Mowlam.

The first Emmy for best actress for Latin America was won by Argentina's Cristina Banegas for her role in the miniseries Televisión por la Inclusion.[4] Followed by Brazil's Fernanda Montenegro in 2013.[5]

The current winner of the award is the Dutch Bianca Krijgsman, for De Nieuwe Wereld.[6]

Winners and Indicated

Year Actress Work Country
2005[7] He Lin Slave Mother  People's Republic of China
Anneke von der Lippe for Ved Kongens Bord  Norway
Carolina Oliveira for Hoje é Dia de Maria  Brazil
Catherine Tate for The Catherine Tate Show  United Kingdom
2006[8] Maryam Hassouni Offers  Netherlands
Heike Makatsch for Margarete Steiff – A Story of Courage  Germany
Imelda Staunton for My Family and Other Animals  United Kingdom
Lucy Cohu for The Queen's Sister  United Kingdom
2007[9] Muriel Robin The Poisoner  France
Lília Cabral for Páginas da Vida  Brazil
Brenda Ngxoli for Home Affairs  South Africa
Victoria Wood for Housewife, 49  United Kingdom
2008[10] Lucy Cohu Forgiven  United Kingdom
Irene Ravache for Eterna Magia  Brazil
Sofie Gråbøl for The Killing  Denmark
Yuan Zhibo for Awaiting the birth of husband  People's Republic of China
2009[11] Julie Walters A Short Stay in Switzerland  United Kingdom
Cecilia Suárez for Capadocia  Mexico
Angel Locsin for The Wolf  Philippines
Emma de Caunes for Night Birds  France
2010[12] Helena Bonham Carter Enid  United Kingdom
Lilia Cabral for Viver a Vida  Brazil
Iris Berben for Krupp  Germany
Lerato Mvelase for Home Affairs  South Africa
2011[13] Julie Walters Mo  United Kingdom
Adriana Esteves for Dalva e Herivelto: uma Canção de Amor  Brazil
Noomi Rapace for Millennium  Sweden
Athena Chu Yan for A Wall-less World  Hong Kong
2012[14] Cristina Banegas Televisión por la Inclusión  Argentina
Sidse Babett Knudsen for Borgen  Denmark
Sarina for China Land  People's Republic of China
Joanna Vanderham for The Runaway  United Kingdom
2013[15] Fernanda Montenegro[16] Sweet Mother  Brazil
Betty Sun for The Legend of Zhen Huan  People's Republic of China
Sheridan Smith for Mrs Biggs  United Kingdom
Lotta Tejle for 30 Degrees in February  Sweden
2014[17] Bianca Krijgsman De Nieuwe Wereld  Netherlands
Tuba Büyüküstün for 20 Dakika  Turkey
Olivia Colman for Broadchurch  United Kingdom
Romina Gaetani for Televisión por la Justicia  Argentina
2015[18] Anneke von der Lippe for Øyevitne  Norway
Fernanda Montenegro for Doce de Mãe  Brazil
Sheridan Smith for Cilla  United Kingdom


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External links

  • 2013 Emmy Awards
  • International Emmy Awards
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