Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film

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Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Miniseries or Television Film
Country United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded March 5, 1962
Currently held by Sarah Paulson,
The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story (2016)
Most awards Judy Davis (2)
Ann-Margret (2)
Helen Mirren (2)
Most nominations Jessica Lange (8)
Website goldenglobes.org

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). It is given in honor of an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role on a miniseries or motion picture made for television for the calendar year. The award was first presented at the 39th Golden Globe Awards on January 30, 1982 to Jane Seymour for her role on East of Eden. Performances by actresses in a miniseries or television film were originally awarded in the Best Actress – Television Series Drama category before the creation of this category.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 33 actresses. Sarah Paulson is the current recipient of the award for her portrayal of Marcia Clark on The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story. Ann-Margret, Judy Davis and Helen Mirren have won the most awards in this category, winning two times. Jessica Lange has been nominated for the award on eight occasions, the most within the category.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning actress.
Jane Seymour was the first recipient of the award, winning for her performance in East of Eden (1980).
Ann-Margret won the award twice for Who Will Love My Children? (1983) and A Streetcar Named Desire (1984), holding the record for most wins in the category with Judy Davis and Helen Mirren.
Farrah Fawcett was nominated four times for the award for her performances in television movies.
Ann Jillian won in 1989 for her dramatic performance as herself in The Ann Jillian Story.
Barbara Hershey won the award for her role as Candy Morrison in A Killing in a Small Town (1990).
Holly Hunter was nominated three times in this category.
Joanne Woodward received three nominations for the award, winning in 1994 for her role on the film adaptation of Breathing Lessons.
Jessica Lange was nominated seven times in this category winning for her portrayal of Blanche DuBois in 1995 adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire.
Angelina Jolie won the award for her portrayal of Gia Carangi on Gia (1998).
Halle Berry won for her portrayal of Dorothy Dandridge on Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999).
Judy Davis tied with Ann-Margret and Helen Mirren for the most wins in the category, winning twice for One Against the Wind (1992) and Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows (2002).
Glenn Close received four nominations, winning in 2003 for her role on The Lion in Winter.
Helen Mirren has received seven nominations for the award, the most in the category, winning twice for her performances on Losing Chase (1996) and Elizabeth I (2005).
Laura Linney won in 2009 for her performance on John Adams (2008) as Abigail Adams.
Claire Danes won the award for her portrayal of Temple Grandin in the television film about her life.
Kate Winslet won in 2011 for her performance on Mildred Pierce.
Lady Gaga won the award for her role as Elizabeth Johnson / The Countess on American Horror Story: Hotel.

1980s[edit]

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1981
(39th)
Jane Seymour Award winner Cathy / Kate Ames East of Eden ABC [1]
Ellen Burstyn Jean Harris The People vs. Jean Harris NBC
Glenda Jackson Patricia Neal The Patricia Neal Story CBS
Jaclyn Smith Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy ABC
Joanne Woodward Elizabeth Huckaby Crisis at Central High CBS
1982
(40th)
Ingrid Bergman Award winner Golda Meir 'A Woman Called Golda CBS [2]
Carol Burnett Beatrice O'Reilly Life of the Party: The Story of Beatrice CBS
Lucy Gutteridge Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt Little Gloria... Happy at Last NBC
Ann Jillian Mae West Mae West ABC
Lee Remick Leslie Crosbie The Letter
Jean Stapleton Eleanor Roosevelt Eleanor, First Lady of the World CBS
1983
(41st)
Ann-Margret Award winner Lucile Fray 'Who Will Love My Children? ABC [3]
Susan Blakely Frances Farmer Will There Really Be a Morning? CBS
Blair Brown Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Kennedy NBC
Gena Rowlands Victoria Alden Thursday's Child CBS
Rachel Ward Meggie Cleary The Thorn Birds ABC
1984
(42nd)
Ann-Margret Award winner Blanche DuBois A Streetcar Named Desire ABC [4]
Glenn Close Gail Bennett Something About Amelia ABC
Farrah Fawcett Francine Hughes The Burning Bed NBC
Jane Fonda Gertie Nevels The Dollmaker ABC
Glenda Jackson Yelena Bonner Sakharov HBO
1985
(43rd)
Liza Minnelli Award winner Mary-Lou Weisman A Time to Live NBC [5]
Peggy Ashcroft Barbara Batchelor The Jewel in the Crown PBS
Gena Rowlands Katherine Pierson An Early Frost NBC
Marlo Thomas Tess Lynd Consenting Adult ABC
Joanne Woodward Barbara Wyatt-Hollis Do You Remember Love CBS
1986
(44th)
Loretta Young Award winner Amanda Kingsley Christmas Eve NBC [6]
Farrah Fawcett Beate Klarsfeld Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story ABC
Amy Irving Anastasia "Anna" Anderson Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna NBC
Vanessa Redgrave Renée Richards Second Serve CBS
Marlo Thomas Marie Balter Nobody's Child
1987
(45th)
Gena Rowlands Award winner Betty Ford 'The Betty Ford Story ABC [7]
Ann-Margret Ann Arden Grenville The Two Mrs. Grenvilles NBC
Farrah Fawcett Barbara Hutton Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story
Shirley MacLaine Herself Out on a Limb ABC
Raquel Welch Emily Bauer Right to Die NBC
1988
(46th)
Ann Jillian Award winner Herself The Ann Jillian Story NBC [8]
Vanessa Redgrave Alice More A Man for All Seasons TNT
Jane Seymour Natalie Henry War and Remembrance (Parts I - VII) ABC
Wallis Simpson The Woman He Loved CBS
JoBeth Williams Mary Beth Whitehead Baby M ABC
1989
(47th)
Christine Lahti Award winner Zan Cooper No Place Like Home CBS [9]
Farrah Fawcett Diane Downs Small Sacrifices ABC
Holly Hunter Ellen Russell / Jane Doe Roe vs. Wade NBC
Jane Seymour Natalie Henry War and Remembrance (Parts VIII - XII) ABC
Loretta Young Grace Guthrie Lady in the Corner NBC

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Barbara Hershey Award winner Candy Morrison 'A Killing in a Small Town CBS [10]
Annette O'Toole Rose Kennedy The Kennedys of Massachusetts ABC
Suzanne Pleshette Leona Helmsley Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean CBS
Lesley Ann Warren Barbara Walker Family of Spies
Stephanie Zimbalist Caroline Caroline?
1991
(49th)
Judy Davis Award winner Mary Lindell One Against the Wind CBS [11]
Glenn Close Sarah Whedon Sarah, Plain and Tall CBS
Sally Kirkland Janet Smurl The Haunted Fox
Jessica Tandy Grace The Story Lady NBC
Lynn Whitfield Josephine Baker The Josephine Baker Story HBO
1992
(50th)
Laura Dern Award winner Janet Harduvel Afterburn HBO [12]
Drew Barrymore Anita Minteer Guncrazy Showtime
Katharine Hepburn Victoria Brown The Man Upstairs CBS
Jessica Lange Alexandra Bergson O Pioneers!
Kyra Sedgwick Reyzel Weiss / Rose White Miss Rose White NBC
1993
(51st)
Bette Midler Award winner Rose Hovick Gypsy HBO [13]
Helena Bonham Carter Marina Oswald Fatal Deception: Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald NBC
Faye Dunaway Lauren Staton Columbo ABC
Holly Hunter Wanda Holloway The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom HBO
Anjelica Huston Lainey Eberlin Sisters ABC
1994
(52nd)
Joanne Woodward Award winner Maggie Moran 'Breathing Lessons CBS [14]
Kirstie Alley Sally Goodson David's Mother CBS
Irene Bedard Mary Crow Dog Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee TNT
Diane Keaton Amelia Earhart Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight
Diana Ross Pauline "Paulie" Cooper Out of Darkness ABC
1995
(53rd)
Jessica Lange Award winner Blanche DuBois A Streetcar Named Desire CBS [15]
Glenn Close Margarethe Cammermeyer Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story NBC
Jamie Lee Curtis Heidi Holland The Heidi Chronicles TNT
Sally Field Bess Garner Steed A Woman of Independent Means NBC
Linda Hamilton Rosemary Holmstrom A Mother's Prayer USA
1996
(54th)
Helen Mirren Award winner Chase Phillips 'Losing Chase Showtime [16]
Ashley Judd Norma Jean Dougherty Norma Jean & Marilyn HBO
Demi Moore Claire Donnelly If These Walls Could Talk
Isabella Rossellini Anna Hauptmann Crime of the Century
Mira Sorvino Marilyn Monroe Norma Jean & Marilyn
1997
(55th)
Alfre Woodard Award winner Nurse Eunice Evers 'Miss Evers' Boys HBO [17]
Ellen Barkin Glory Marie Jackson Before Women Had Wings ABC
Jena Malone Lily Kate Burns Hope TNT
Vanessa Redgrave Graziella Luciano Bella Mafia CBS
Meryl Streep Lori Reimuller ...First Do No Harm ABC
1998
(56th)
Angelina Jolie Award winner Gia Carangi 'Gia HBO [18]
Stockard Channing Rachel Luchman The Baby Dance Showtime
Laura Dern Wanda LeFauve
Ann-Margret Pamela Harriman Life of the Party: The Pamela Harriman Story Lifetime
Miranda Richardson Queen Mab Merlin CBS
1999
(57th)
Halle Berry Award winner Dorothy Dandridge 'Introducing Dorothy Dandridge HBO [19]
Judy Davis Lillian Hellman Dash and Lilly A&E
Mia Farrow Diana McGowin Forget Me Never CBS
Helen Mirren Ayn Rand The Passion of Ayn Rand Showtime
Leelee Sobieski Joan of Arc Joan of Arc CBS

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
2000
(58th)
Judi Dench Award winner Elizabeth Harman 'The Last of the Blonde Bombshells HBO [20]
Holly Hunter Ruby Kincaid Harlan County War Showtime
Christine Lahti Lyssa Dent Hughes An American Daughter Lifetime
Frances O'Connor Emma Bovary Madame Bovary PBS
Rachel Ward Moira Davidson On the Beach Showtime
Alfre Woodard Wanda Holiday Heart
2001
(59th)
Judy Davis Award winner Judy Garland 'Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows ABC [21]
Bridget Fonda Linda Sinclair After Amy Lifetime
Julianna Margulies Morgaine The Mists of Avalon TNT
Leelee Sobieski Tosia Altman Uprising NBC
Hannah Taylor-Gordon Anne Frank Anne Frank: The Whole Story ABC
Emma Thompson Vivian Bearing Wit HBO
2002
(60th)
Uma Thurman Award winner Debby Miller Hysterical Blindness HBO [22]
Helena Bonham Carter Ingrid Formanek Live from Baghdad HBO
Shirley MacLaine Mary Kay Ash Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay CBS
Helen Mirren Mrs. Porter Door to Door HBO
Vanessa Redgrave Clementine Churchill The Gathering Storm HBO
2003
(61st)
Meryl Streep Award winner Hannah Pitt / Ethel Rosenberg / The Rabbi / The Angel Australia Angels in America HBO [23]
Judy Davis Nancy Reagan The Reagans Showtime
Jessica Lange Irma Applewood Normal HBO
Helen Mirren Karen Stone The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone Showtime
Maggie Smith Emily Delahunty My House in Umbria HBO
2004
(62nd)
Glenn Close Award winner Queen Eleanor The Lion in Winter Showtime [24]
Blythe Danner Rebecca Holmes Davitch Back When We Were Grownups CBS
Julianna Margulies Maren Jackson The Grid TNT
Miranda Richardson Queen Mary The Lost Prince PBS
Hilary Swank Alice Paul Iron Jawed Angels HBO
2005
(63rd)
S. Epatha Merkerson Award winner Rachel "Nanny" Crosby 'Lackawanna Blues HBO [25]
Halle Berry Janie Crawford Their Eyes Were Watching God ABC
Kelly Macdonald Gina The Girl in the Café HBO
Cynthia Nixon Eleanor Roosevelt Warm Springs
Mira Sorvino Agent Kate Morozov / Katya Morozova Human Trafficking Lifetime
2006
(64th)
Helen Mirren Award winner Elizabeth I Elizabeth I HBO [26]
Gillian Anderson Lady Honoria Dedlock Bleak House PBS
Annette Bening Jean Harris Mrs. Harris HBO
Helen Mirren Jane Tennison Prime Suspect: The Final Act PBS
Sophie Okonedo Susie Carter Tsunami: The Aftermath HBO
2007
(65th)
Queen Latifah Award winner Ana Wallace Life Support HBO [27]
Bryce Dallas Howard Rosalind As You Like It HBO
Debra Messing Molly Kagan The Starter Wife USA
Sissy Spacek Josie Cahill Pictures of Hollis Woods CBS
Ruth Wilson Jane Eyre Jane Eyre PBS
2008
(66th)
Laura Linney Award winner Abigail Adams John Adams HBO [28]
Judi Dench Matilda "Matty" Jenkyns Cranford PBS
Catherine Keener Gertrude Baniszewski An American Crime Showtime
Shirley MacLaine Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Lifetime
Susan Sarandon Doris Duke Bernard and Doris HBO
2009
(67th)
Drew Barrymore Award winner Edith "Little Edie" Beale Grey Gardens HBO [29]
Joan Allen Georgia O'Keeffe Georgia O'Keeffe Lifetime
Jessica Lange Edith "Big Edie" Beale Grey Gardens HBO
Anna Paquin Irena Sendler The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler CBS
Sigourney Weaver Mary Griffith Prayers for Bobby Lifetime

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Claire Danes Award winner Temple Grandin Temple Grandin HBO [30]
Hayley Atwell Aliena The Pillars of the Earth Starz
Judi Dench Matilda "Matty" Jenkyns Return to Cranford PBS
Romola Garai Emma Woodhouse Emma
Jennifer Love Hewitt Samantha Horton The Client List Lifetime
2011
(69th)
Kate Winslet Award winner Mildred Pierce Mildred Pierce HBO [31]
Romola Garai Bel Rowley The Hour BBC America
Diane Lane Pat Loud Cinema Verite HBO
Elizabeth McGovern Cora, Countess of Grantham Downton Abbey PBS
Emily Watson Janet Leach Appropriate Adult SundanceTV
2012
(70th)
Julianne Moore Award winner Sarah Palin Game Change HBO [32]
Nicole Kidman Martha Gellhorn Hemingway & Gellhorn HBO
Jessica Lange Sister Jude Martin / Judy Martin American Horror Story: Asylum FX
Sienna Miller Tippi Hedren The Girl HBO
Sigourney Weaver Elaine Barrish Political Animals USA
2013
(71st)
Elisabeth Moss Award winner Det. Robin Griffin Top of the Lake SundanceTV [33]
Helena Bonham Carter Elizabeth Taylor Burton & Taylor BBC America
Rebecca Ferguson Elizabeth Woodville The White Queen Starz
Jessica Lange Fiona Goode American Horror Story: Coven FX
Helen Mirren Linda Kenney Baden Phil Spector HBO
2014
(72nd)
Maggie Gyllenhaal Award winner Nessa Stein The Honourable Woman SundanceTV [34]
Jessica Lange Elsa Mars American Horror Story: Freak Show FX
Frances McDormand Olive Kitteridge Olive Kitteridge HBO
Frances O'Connor Emily Hughes The Missing Starz
Allison Tolman Deputy Molly Solverson Fargo FX
2015
(73rd)
Lady Gaga Award winner Elizabeth Johnson / The Countess American Horror Story: Hotel FX [35]
Kirsten Dunst Peggy Blumquist Fargo FX
Sarah Hay Claire Robbins Flesh and Bone Starz
Felicity Huffman Barbara "Barb" Hanlon American Crime ABC
Queen Latifah Bessie Smith Bessie HBO
2016
(74th)
Sarah Paulson Award winner Marcia Clark The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story FX [36]
Felicity Huffman Leslie Graham American Crime ABC
Riley Keough Christine Reade The Girlfriend Experience Starz
Charlotte Rampling Frances Turner London Spy BBC America
Kerry Washington Anita Hill Confirmation HBO
2017
(75th)
Jessica Biel Cora Tannetti The Sinner USA Network
Nicole Kidman Celeste Wright Big Little Lies HBO
Jessica Lange Joan Crawford Feud: Bette and Joan FX
Susan Sarandon Bette Davis
Reese Witherspoon Madeline Mackenzie Big Little Lies HBO

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References[edit]

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