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New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress

The New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress is an award given by the New York Film Critics Circle, honoring the finest achievements in filmmaking.

The award was awarded for the first time in 1969, to Dyan Cannon for her role in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice.

Winners

Oscar winner denoted by *

1960s

Year Winner Film Role
1969 Dyan Cannon Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice Alice Henderson

1970s

Year Winner Film Role
1970 Karen Black Five Easy Pieces Rayette Dipesto
1971 Ellen Burstyn The Last Picture Show Lois Farrow
1972 Jeannie Berlin The Heartbreak Kid Lila Kolodny
1973 Valentina Cortese Day for Night (La nuit américaine) Séverine
1974 Valerie Perrine Lenny Honey Bruce
1975 Lily Tomlin Nashville Linnea Reese
1976 Talia Shire Rocky Adrian Pennino
1977 Sissy Spacek 3 Women Pinky Rose
1978 Maureen Stapleton Interiors Pearl
1979 Meryl Streep * Kramer vs. Kramer Joanna Kramer
The Seduction of Joe Tynan Karen Traynor

1980s

Year Winner Film Role
1980 Mary Steenburgen * Melvin and Howard Lynda Dummar
1981 Mona Washbourne Stevie Aunt
1982 Jessica Lange * Tootsie Julie Nichols
1983 Linda Hunt * The Year of Living Dangerously Billy Kwan
1984 Christine Lahti Swing Shift Hazel
1985 Anjelica Huston * Prizzi's Honor Maerose Prizzi
1986 Dianne Wiest * Hannah and Her Sisters Holly
1987 Vanessa Redgrave Prick Up Your Ears Peggy Ramsay
1988 Diane Venora Bird Chan Berg-Parker
1989 Lena Olin Enemies: A Love Story Masha

1990s

Year Winner Film Role
1990 Jennifer Jason Leigh Miami Blues Susie Waggoner
Last Exit to Brooklyn Tralala
1991 Judy Davis Barton Fink Audrey Taylor
Naked Lunch Joan Frost/Joan Lee
1992 Miranda Richardson The Crying Game Jude
Damage Ingrid Fleming
Enchanted April Rose Arbuthnot
1993 Gong Li Farewell My Concubine (Ba wang bie ji) Juxian
1994 Dianne Wiest * Bullets Over Broadway Helen Sinclair
1995 Mira Sorvino * Mighty Aphrodite Linda Ash
1996 Courtney Love The People vs. Larry Flynt Althea Leasure-Flynt
1997 Joan Cusack In & Out Emily Montgomery
1998 Lisa Kudrow The Opposite of Sex Lucia De Lury
1999 Catherine Keener Being John Malkovich Maxine Lund

2000s

Year Winner Film Role
2000 Marcia Gay Harden * Pollock Lee Krasner-Pollock
2001 Helen Mirren Gosford Park Mrs. Wilson
2002 Patricia Clarkson Far from Heaven Eleanor Fine
2003 Shohreh Aghdashloo House of Sand and Fog Nadereh Behrani
2004 Virginia Madsen Sideways Maya Randall
2005 Maria Bello A History of Violence Edie Stall
2006 Jennifer Hudson * Dreamgirls Effie White
2007 Amy Ryan Gone Baby Gone Helene McCready
2008 Penélope Cruz * Vicky Cristina Barcelona María Elena
2009 Mo'Nique * Precious Mary Lee Johnston

2010s

Year Winner Film Role
2010 Melissa Leo * The Fighter Alice Ward
2011 Jessica Chastain The Tree of Life Mrs. O'Brien
The Help Celia Foote
Take Shelter Samantha LaForche
2012 Sally Field Lincoln Mary Todd Lincoln
2013 Jennifer Lawrence American Hustle Rosalyn Rosenfeld
2014 Patricia Arquette * Boyhood Olivia Evans

External links

  • nyfcc.com


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