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Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film

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Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film

The Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television is one of the television awards given annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.


  • Winners and nominees 1
    • 1970s 1.1
    • 1980s 1.2
    • 1990s 1.3
    • 2000s 1.4
    • 2010s 1.5
  • Multiple Nominations 2
  • See also 3

Winners and nominees


Best Supporting Actress – Television Series
1970: Gail FisherMannix as Peggy Fair

1971: Sue Ane LangdonArnie as Lilian Nuvo

1972: Ruth BuzziRowan and Martin's Laugh-In as Various Characters

1973: Ellen CorbyThe Waltons as Esther Walton

1974: Betty GarrettAll in the Family as Irene Lorenzo

1975: Hermione BaddeleyMaude as Mrs. Nell Naugatuck

1976: Josette BanzetRich Man, Poor Man as Miss Lenaut

1977: no award given

1978: Polly HollidayAlice as Florence "Flo" Castleberry

1979: Polly HollidayAlice as Florence "Flo" Castleberry


Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
1980: Valerie BertinelliOne Day at a Time as Barbara Cooper
1980: Diane LaddAlice as Isabelle "Belle" Dupree

1981: Valerie BertinelliOne Day at a Time as Barbara Cooper

1982: Shelley LongCheers as Diane Chambers

1983: Barbara StanwyckThe Thorn Birds as Mary Carson

1984: Faye DunawayEllis Island as Maud Charteris

1985: Sylvia SidneyAn Early Frost as Beatrice McKenna

1986: Olivia de HavillandAnastasia: The Mystery of Anna as Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark)

1987: Claudette ColbertThe Two Mrs. Grenvilles as Alice Grenville

1988: Katherine HelmondWho's the Boss? as Mona Robinson

1989: Amy MadiganRoe vs. Wade as Sarah Weddington


1990: Piper LaurieTwin Peaks as Catherine Martell

1991: Amanda DonohoeL.A. Law as Cara Jean Lamb

1992: Joan PlowrightStalin as Olga

1993: Julia Louis-DreyfusSeinfeld as Elaine Benes

1994: Miranda RichardsonFatherland as Charlie Maguire

1995: Shirley KnightIndictment: The McMartin Trial as Peggy Buckey

1996: Kathy BatesThe Late Shift as Helen Kushnick

1997: Cornelia Wallace

1998: Faye DunawayGia as Wilhelmina Cooper
1998: Camryn ManheimThe Practice as Ellenor Frutt

1999: Nancy MarchandThe Sopranos as Livia Soprano


2000: Vanessa RedgraveIf These Walls Could Talk 2 as Edith Tree

2001: Rachel GriffithsSix Feet Under as Brenda Chenowith

2002: Kim CattrallSex and the City as Samantha Jones

2003: Mary-Louise ParkerAngels in America as Harper Pitt

2004: Anjelica HustonIron Jawed Angels as Carrie Chapman Catt

2005: Sandra OhGrey's Anatomy as Dr. Cristina Yang

2006: Emily BluntGideon's Daughter as Natasha Warner

2007: Samantha MortonLongford as Myra Hindley

2008: Laura DernRecount as Katherine Harris

2009: Chloë SevignyBig Love as Nicolette "Nicki" Grant


2010: Jane LynchGlee as Sue Sylvester

2011: Jessica LangeAmerican Horror Story as Constance Langdon

2012: Maggie SmithDownton Abbey as Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham

2013: Jacqueline BissetDancing on the Edge as Lady Lavinia Cremone

2014: Joanne FroggattDownton Abbey as Anna Bates

Multiple Nominations

See also

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