Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy was first awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association as a separate category in 1951. Previously, there was a single award for "Best Actress in a Motion Picture" but the splitting allowed for recognition of it and the Best Actress – Drama.

The formal title has varied since its inception. In 2005, it was officially called: "Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical". As of 2014, the wording is "Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy".[1]

Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Awarded forBest Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical or Comedy
LocationUnited States
Currently held byOlivia Colman for The Favourite (2018)
Websitehttp://www.goldenglobes.com/

Winners and nominees

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Marilyn Monroe won for her performance in Some Like It Hot (1959).
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Shirley MacLaine won twice from nine nominations for her roles in 1960's The Apartment and 1963's Irma la Douce.
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Julie Andrews won three times for her performances in titular character in Mary Poppins (1964), The Sound of Music (1965) and Victor Victoria (1982).
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Barbra Streisand won twice for her roles in Funny Girl (1968) and A Star Is Born (1976).
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Diane Keaton won twice for her roles in Annie Hall (1977) and Something's Gotta Give (2003).
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Maggie Smith won for her performance in California Suite (1978).
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Sissy Spacek won twice for her performances in Coal Miner's Daughter (1980) and Crimes of the Heart (1986).
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Julie Walters won for her role in Educating Rita (1983)
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Cher won for her performance in Moonstruck (1987).
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At age 80, Jessica Tandy became the oldest winner in this category for her performance in 1989's Driving Miss Daisy.
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Julia Roberts won for performance in Pretty Woman (1990).
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Jamie Lee Curtis won for her role in True Lies (1994).
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Nicole Kidman won twice for her roles in To Die For (1995) and Moulin Rouge! (2001).
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Madonna won for playing Eva Perón in Evita (1996).
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Helen Hunt won for her role in As Good as It Gets (1997).
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Gwyneth Paltrow won for her performance in Shakespeare in Love (1998)
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Renée Zellweger won twice for her roles in Nurse Betty (2000) and Chicago (2002).
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Annette Bening won twice for her performances in Being Julia (2004) and The Kids Are All Right (2010)
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Meryl Streep has received ten nominations in this category, winning twice for The Devil Wears Prada (2006) and Julie & Julia (2009).
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Marion Cotillard won for playing Édith Piaf in La Vie en Rose (2007), becoming the first person to win for a French-language film.
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Sally Hawkins won for her role in Happy-Go-Lucky (2008)
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Jennifer Lawrence won twice for her roles in Silver Linings Playbook (2012) and Joy (2015).
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Amy Adams won twice for her performances in American Hustle (2013) and Big Eyes (2014).
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Emma Stone won for her role in La La Land (2016)
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Saoirse Ronan won for her performance in Lady Bird (2017)
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Olivia Colman won for her performance in The Favourite (2018).

1950s

Year Actress Character Film
1951 Judy Holliday Emma "Billie" Dawn Born Yesterday
Spring Byington Louisa Norton Louisa
Betty Hutton Annie Oakley Annie Get Your Gun
1952 June Allyson Cynthia Potter Too Young to Kiss
1953 Susan Hayward Jane Froman With a Song in My Heart
Katharine Hepburn Pat Pemberton Pat and Mike
Ginger Rogers Edwina Fulton Monkey Business
1954 Ethel Merman Sally Adams Call Me Madam
1955 Judy Garland Vicki Lester A Star Is Born
1956 Jean Simmons Sarah Brown Guys and Dolls
1957 Deborah Kerr Anna Leonowens The King and I
Judy Holliday Laura Partridge The Solid Gold Cadillac
Machiko Kyō Lotus Blossom The Teahouse of the August Moon
Marilyn Monroe Chérie Bus Stop
Debbie Reynolds Polly Parish Bundle of Joy
1958 Taina Elg Angele Ducros Les Girls
Kay Kendall Sybil Wren
Cyd Charisse Nina "Ninotchka" Yoschenko Silk Stockings
Audrey Hepburn Ariane Chavasse Love in the Afternoon
Jean Simmons Anne Leeds This Could Be the Night
1959 Rosalind Russell Mame Dennis Auntie Mame
Ingrid Bergman Anna Kalman Indiscreet
Leslie Caron Gigi Gigi
Doris Day Isolde Poole The Tunnel of Love
Mitzi Gaynor Nellie Forbush South Pacific
1960 Marilyn Monroe "Sugar Kane" Kowalczyk Some Like It Hot
Dorothy Dandridge Bess Porgy and Bess
Doris Day Jan Morrow Pillow Talk
Shirley MacLaine Meg Wheeler Ask Any Girl
Lilli Palmer Kathryn Ward But Not for Me

1960s

Year Actress Character Film
1960 Shirley MacLaine Fran Kubelik The Apartment
Lucille Ball Kitty Weaver The Facts of Life
Capucine Princess Carolyne zu Sayn-Wittgenstein Song Without End
Judy Holliday Ella Peterson Bells Are Ringing
Sophia Loren Lucia Curcio It Started in Naples
1961 Rosalind Russell Mrs. Jacoby A Majority of One
Bette Davis Apple Annie Pocketful of Miracles
Audrey Hepburn Holly Golightly Breakfast at Tiffany's
Hayley Mills Susan Evers/Sharon McKendrick The Parent Trap
Miyoshi Umeki Mei Li Flower Drum Song
1962 Rosalind Russell Rose Hovick Gypsy
Doris Day Kitty Wonder Billy Rose's Jumbo
Jane Fonda Isabel Haverstick Period of Adjustment
Shirley Jones Marian Paroo The Music Man
Natalie Wood Louise Gypsy
1963 Shirley MacLaine Irma la Douce Irma la Douce
Ann-Margret Kim MacAffee Bye Bye Birdie
Doris Day Ellen Wagstaff Arden Move Over, Darling
Audrey Hepburn Regina "Reggie" Lampert Charade
Hayley Mills Nancy Carey Summer Magic
Molly Picon Sophie Baker Come Blow Your Horn
Jill St. John Peggy John Come Blow Your Horn
Joanne Woodward Samantha Blake/Mimi A New Kind of Love
1964 Julie Andrews Mary Poppins Mary Poppins
Audrey Hepburn Eliza Doolittle My Fair Lady
Sophia Loren Filumena Martuarno Marriage Italian-Style (Matrimonio all'italiana)
Melina Mercouri Elizabeth Lipp Topkapi
Debbie Reynolds Molly Brown The Unsinkable Molly Brown
1965 Julie Andrews Maria von Trapp The Sound of Music
Jane Fonda Cat Ballou Cat Ballou
Barbara Harris Dr. Sandra Markowitz A Thousand Clowns
Rita Tushingham Nancy Jones The Knack …and How to Get It
Natalie Wood Daisy Clover Inside Daisy Clover
1966 Lynn Redgrave Georgy Georgy Girl
Jane Fonda Ellen Any Wednesday
Elizabeth Hartman Barbara Darling You're a Big Boy Now
Shirley MacLaine Nicole Chang Gambit
Vanessa Redgrave Leonie Delt Morgan!
1967 Anne Bancroft Mrs. Robinson The Graduate
Julie Andrews Millie Dillmount Thoroughly Modern Millie
Audrey Hepburn Joanna "Jo" Wallace Two for the Road
Shirley MacLaine Paulette/Maria Teresa/Linda/Edith/Eve Minou/Marie/Jeanne Woman Times Seven
Vanessa Redgrave Guenevere Camelot
1968 Barbra Streisand Fanny Brice Funny Girl
Julie Andrews Gertrude Lawrence Star!
Lucille Ball Helen North Yours, Mine and Ours
Petula Clark Sharon McLongeran Finian's Rainbow
Gina Lollobrigida Carla Campbell Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell
1969 Patty Duke Natalie Miller Me, Natalie
Ingrid Bergman Stephanie Dickinson Cactus Flower
Dyan Cannon Alice Henderson Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
Kim Darby Doris Bolton Owen Generation
Mia Farrow Mary John and Mary
Shirley MacLaine Charity Hope Valentine Sweet Charity
Anna Magnani Rose Bombolini The Secret of Santa Vittoria
Barbra Streisand Dolly Levi Hello, Dolly!

1970s

Year Actress Character Film
1970 Carrie Snodgress Tina Balser Diary of a Mad Housewife
Julie Andrews Lili Smith Darling Lili
Sandy Dennis Gwen Kellerman The Out-of-Towners
Angela Lansbury Countess Erthe Van Orstein Something for Everyone
Barbra Streisand Doris The Owl and the Pussycat
1971 Twiggy Polly Browne The Boy Friend
Sandy Duncan Amy Cooper Star Spangled Girl
Ruth Gordon Maude Chardin Harold and Maude
Angela Lansbury Eglantine Price Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Elaine May Henrietta Lowell A New Leaf
1972 Liza Minnelli Sally Bowles Cabaret
Carol Burnett Tillie Pete 'n' Tillie
Goldie Hawn Jill Tanner Butterflies Are Free
Juliet Mills Pamela Piggott Avanti!
Maggie Smith Augusta Bertram Travels with My Aunt
1973 Glenda Jackson Vicky Allesio A Touch of Class
Yvonne Elliman Mary Magdalene Jesus Christ Superstar
Cloris Leachman Nettie Appleby Charley and the Angel
Tatum O'Neal Addie Loggins Paper Moon
Liv Ullmann Ann Stanley 40 Carats
1974 Raquel Welch Constance Bonacieux The Three Musketeers
Lucille Ball Mame Dennis Mame
Diahann Carroll Claudine Claudine
Helen Hayes Grandma Steinmetz Herbie Rides Again
Cloris Leachman Frau Blücher Young Frankenstein
1975 Ann-Margret Nora Walker Tommy
Julie Christie Jackie Shawn Shampoo
Goldie Hawn Jill
Liza Minnelli Claire Lucky Lady
Barbra Streisand Fanny Brice Funny Lady
1976 Barbra Streisand Esther Hoffman A Star Is Born
Jodie Foster Annabelle Andrews Freaky Friday
Barbara Harris Blanche Tyler Family Plot
Ellen Andrew Freaky Friday
Goldie Hawn Amanda "Duchess" Quaid The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox
Rita Moreno Googie Gomez The Ritz
1977 Diane Keaton Annie Hall Annie Hall
Marsha Mason Paula McFadden The Goodbye Girl
Sally Field Carrie Smokey and the Bandit
Liza Minnelli Francine Evans New York, New York
Lily Tomlin Margo Sperling The Late Show
1978 Ellen Burstyn Doris Same Time, Next Year
Maggie Smith Diana Barrie California Suite
Jacqueline Bisset Natasha O'Brien Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
Goldie Hawn Gloria Mundy Foul Play
Olivia Newton-John Sandy Olsson Grease
1979 Bette Midler Mary Rose Foster The Rose
Julie Andrews Samantha Taylor 10
Jill Clayburgh Marilyn Holmberg Starting Over
Shirley MacLaine Eve Rand Being There
Marsha Mason Jennie MacLaine Chapter Two

1980s

Year Actress Character Film
1980 Sissy Spacek Loretta Lynn Coal Miner's Daughter
Irene Cara Coco Hernandez Fame
Goldie Hawn Judy Benjamin Private Benjamin
Bette Midler Herself / The Divine Miss M Divine Madness!
Dolly Parton Doralee Rhodes 9 to 5
1981 Bernadette Peters Eileen Everson Pennies from Heaven
Blair Brown Dr. Nell Porter Continental Divide
Carol Burnett Kate Burroughs The Four Seasons
Jill Clayburgh Ruth Loomis First Monday in October
Liza Minnelli Linda Marolla Arthur
1982 Julie Andrews Victoria Grant / Victor Grezhinski Victor Victoria
Carol Burnett Miss Hannigan Annie
Sally Field Kay Kiss Me Goodbye
Goldie Hawn Paula McCullen Best Friends
Dolly Parton Mona Stangley The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
Aileen Quinn Annie Annie
1983 Julie Walters Rita Educating Rita
Anne Bancroft Anna Bronski To Be or Not to Be
Jennifer Beals Alex Owens Flashdance
Linda Ronstadt Mabel The Pirates of Penzance
Barbra Streisand Yentl/Anschel Yentl
1984 Kathleen Turner Joan Wilder Romancing the Stone
Anne Bancroft Estelle Rolfe Garbo Talks
Mia Farrow Tina Vitale Broadway Danny Rose
Shelley Long Lucy Brodsky Irreconcilable Differences
Lily Tomlin Edwina Cutwater All of Me
1985 Kathleen Turner Irene Walker Prizzi's Honor
Rosanna Arquette Roberta Glass Desperately Seeking Susan
Glenn Close Maxie Maxie
Mia Farrow Cecelia The Purple Rose of Cairo
Sally Field Emma Moriarty Murphy's Romance
1986 Sissy Spacek Rebecca "Babe" Magrath - Botrelle Crimes of the Heart
Julie Andrews Gillian Fairchild That's Life!
Melanie Griffith Audrey Hankel Something Wild
Bette Midler Barbara Whiteman Down and Out in Beverly Hills
Kathleen Turner Peggy Sue Peggy Sue Got Married
1987 Cher Loretta Castorini Moonstruck
Jennifer Grey Frances "Baby" Houseman Dirty Dancing
Holly Hunter Jane Craig Broadcast News
Diane Keaton J.C. Wiatt Baby Boom
Bette Midler Sandy Bronzinsky Outrageous Fortune
1988 Melanie Griffith Tess McGill Working Girl
Jamie Lee Curtis Wanda Gershwitz A Fish Called Wanda
Amy Irving Isabelle Grossman Crossing Delancey
Michelle Pfeiffer Angela DeMarco Married to the Mob
Susan Sarandon Annie Savoy Bull Durham
1989 Jessica Tandy Daisy Werthan Driving Miss Daisy
Pauline Collins Shirley Valentine Bradshaw Shirley Valentine
Meg Ryan Sally Albright When Harry Met Sally...
Meryl Streep Mary Fisher She-Devil
Kathleen Turner Barbara Rose The War of the Roses

1990s

Year Actress Character Film
1990 Julia Roberts Vivian Ward Pretty Woman
Mia Farrow Alice Alice
Andie MacDowell Bronte Mitchell Green Card
Demi Moore Molly Jensen Ghost
Meryl Streep Suzanne Vale Postcards from the Edge
1991 Bette Midler Dixie Leonard For the Boys
Ellen Barkin Amanda Brooks Switch
Kathy Bates Evelyn Couch Fried Green Tomatoes
Anjelica Huston Morticia Addams The Addams Family
Michelle Pfeiffer Frankie Frankie and Johnny
1992 Miranda Richardson Rose Arbuthnot Enchanted April
Geena Davis Dottie Hinson A League of Their Own
Whoopi Goldberg Deloris van Cartier Sister Act
Shirley MacLaine Pearl Berman Used People
Meryl Streep Madeline Ashton Death Becomes Her
1993 Angela Bassett Tina Turner What's Love Got to Do with It
Stockard Channing Ouisa Kittredge Six Degrees of Separation
Anjelica Huston Morticia Addams Addams Family Values
Diane Keaton Carol Lipton Manhattan Murder Mystery
Meg Ryan Annie Reed Sleepless in Seattle
1994 Jamie Lee Curtis Helen Tasker True Lies
Geena Davis Julia Mann Speechless
Andie MacDowell Carrie Four Weddings and a Funeral
Shirley MacLaine Tess Carlisle Guarding Tess
Emma Thompson Dr. Diana Redding Junior
1995 Nicole Kidman Suzanne Stone-Maretto To Die For
Annette Bening Sydney Ellen Wade The American President
Sandra Bullock Lucy Eleanor Moderatz While You Were Sleeping
Toni Collette Muriel Heslop Muriel's Wedding
Vanessa Redgrave Miss Bentley A Month by the Lake
1996 Madonna Eva Perón Evita
Glenn Close Cruella de Vil 101 Dalmatians
Frances McDormand Marge Gunderson Fargo
Debbie Reynolds Beatrice Henderson Mother
Barbra Streisand Rose Morgan The Mirror Has Two Faces
1997 Helen Hunt Carol Connelly As Good as It Gets
Joey Lauren Adams Alyssa Jones Chasing Amy
Pam Grier Jackie Brown Jackie Brown
Jennifer Lopez Selena Quintanilla-Pérez Selena
Julia Roberts Julianne Potter My Best Friend's Wedding
1998 Gwyneth Paltrow Viola de Lesseps Shakespeare in Love
Cameron Diaz Mary Jensen There's Something About Mary
Jane Horrocks Laura Hoff Little Voice
Christina Ricci Deedee Truitt The Opposite of Sex
Meg Ryan Kathleen Kelly You've Got Mail
1999 Janet McTeer Mary Jo Walker Tumbleweeds
Julianne Moore Mrs. Laura Cheveley An Ideal Husband
Julia Roberts Anna Scott Notting Hill
Sharon Stone Sarah Little The Muse
Reese Witherspoon Tracy Flick Election

2000s

Year Actress Character Film
2000 Renée Zellweger Betty Sizemore Nurse Betty
Juliette Binoche Vianne Rocher Chocolat
Brenda Blethyn Grace Trevethyn Saving Grace
Sandra Bullock Gracie Hart Miss Congeniality
Tracey Ullman Frenchy Jackson Small Time Crooks
2001 Nicole Kidman Satine Moulin Rouge!
Thora Birch Enid Wilson Ghost World
Cate Blanchett Kate Wheeler Bandits
Reese Witherspoon Elle Woods Legally Blonde
Renée Zellweger Bridget Jones Bridget Jones's Diary
2002 Renée Zellweger Roxie Hart Chicago
Maggie Gyllenhaal Lee Holloway Secretary
Goldie Hawn Suzette Crooks The Banger Sisters
Nia Vardalos Toula Portokalos My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Catherine Zeta-Jones Velma Kelly Chicago
2003 Diane Keaton Erica Jane Barry Something's Gotta Give
Jamie Lee Curtis Tess Coleman Freaky Friday
Scarlett Johansson Charlotte Riley Lost in Translation
Diane Lane Frances Mayes Under the Tuscan Sun
Helen Mirren Chris Harper Calendar Girls
2004 Annette Bening Julia Lambert Being Julia
Ashley Judd Linda Porter De-Lovely
Emmy Rossum Christine Daaé The Phantom of the Opera
Kate Winslet Clementine Kruczynski Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Renée Zellweger Bridget Jones Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
2005 Reese Witherspoon June Carter Walk the Line
Judi Dench Laura Henderson Mrs Henderson Presents
Keira Knightley Elizabeth Bennet Pride & Prejudice
Laura Linney Joan Berkman The Squid and the Whale
Sarah Jessica Parker Meredith Morton The Family Stone
2006 Meryl Streep Miranda Priestly The Devil Wears Prada
Annette Bening Deirdre Burroughs Running with Scissors
Toni Collette Sheryl Hoover Little Miss Sunshine
Beyoncé Knowles Deena Jones Dreamgirls
Renée Zellweger Beatrix Potter Miss Potter
2007 Marion Cotillard Édith Piaf La Vie en Rose
Amy Adams Giselle Enchanted
Nikki Blonsky Tracy Turnblad Hairspray
Helena Bonham Carter Mrs. Lovett Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Ellen Page Juno MacGuff Juno
2008 Sally Hawkins Pauline "Poppy" Cross Happy-Go-Lucky
Rebecca Hall Vicky Marielle Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Frances McDormand Linda Litzke Burn After Reading
Meryl Streep Donna Sheridan Mamma Mia!
Emma Thompson Kate Walker Last Chance Harvey
2009 Meryl Streep Julia Child Julie & Julia
Sandra Bullock Margaret Tate The Proposal
Marion Cotillard Luisa Contini Nine
Julia Roberts Claire Stenwick Duplicity
Meryl Streep Jane Adler It's Complicated

2010s

Multiple nominees

Year Actress Character Film
2010 Annette Bening Dr. Nicole "Nic" Allgood The Kids Are All Right
Anne Hathaway Maggie Murdock Love & Other Drugs
Angelina Jolie Elise Ward The Tourist
Julianne Moore Jules Allgood The Kids Are All Right
Emma Stone Olive Penderghast Easy A
2011 Michelle Williams Marilyn Monroe My Week with Marilyn
Jodie Foster Penelope Longstreet Carnage
Charlize Theron Mavis Gary Young Adult
Kristen Wiig Annie Walker Bridesmaids
Kate Winslet Nancy Cowan Carnage
2012 Jennifer Lawrence Tiffany Maxwell Silver Linings Playbook
Emily Blunt Harriet Chetwode-Talbot Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
Judi Dench Evelyn Greenslade The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
Maggie Smith Jean Horton Quartet
Meryl Streep Kay Soames Hope Springs
2013 Amy Adams Sydney Prosser / Lady Edith Greensly American Hustle
Julie Delpy Céline Wallace Before Midnight
Greta Gerwig Frances Halliday Frances Ha
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Eva Henderson Enough Said
Meryl Streep Violet Weston August: Osage County
2014 Amy Adams Margaret Keane Big Eyes
Emily Blunt The Baker's Wife Into the Woods
Helen Mirren Madame Mallory The Hundred-Foot Journey
Julianne Moore Havana Segrand Maps to the Stars
Quvenzhané Wallis Annie Bennett Annie
2015 Jennifer Lawrence Joy Mangano Joy
Melissa McCarthy Susan Cooper Spy
Amy Schumer Amy Townsend Trainwreck
Maggie Smith Mary Shepherd The Lady in the Van
Lily Tomlin Elle Reid Grandma
2016 Emma Stone Mia Dolan La La Land
Annette Bening Dorothea Fields 20th Century Women
Lily Collins Marla Mabrey Rules Don't Apply
Hailee Steinfeld Nadine Franklin The Edge of Seventeen
Meryl Streep Florence Foster Jenkins Florence Foster Jenkins
2017 Saoirse Ronan Christine "Lady Bird" McPherson Lady Bird
Judi Dench Queen Victoria Victoria & Abdul
Helen Mirren Ella Spencer The Leisure Seeker
Margot Robbie Tonya Harding I, Tonya
Emma Stone Billie Jean King Battle of the Sexes
2018 Olivia Colman Queen Anne The Favourite
Emily Blunt Mary Poppins Mary Poppins Returns
Elsie Fisher Kayla Day Eighth Grade
Charlize Theron Marlo Moreau Tully
Constance Wu Rachel Chu Crazy Rich Asians
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5 nominations
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Multiple winners

3 wins
2 wins

See also

References

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Julie Andrews

Dame Julie Andrews, (born Julia Elizabeth Wells; 1 October 1935), is an English actress, singer and author. Andrews, a child actress and singer, appeared in the West End in 1948 and made her Broadway debut in The Boy Friend (1954). Billed as “Britain’s youngest prima donna”, she rose to prominence starring in Broadway musicals such as My Fair Lady (1956), playing Eliza Doolittle and Camelot (1960), playing Queen Guinevere. In 1957, Andrews starred in the premiere of Rodgers and Hammerstein's written-for-television musical Cinderella, a live, network broadcast seen by over 100 million viewers.

Andrews made her feature film debut in Mary Poppins (1964), and won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the title role. She starred in The Sound of Music (1965), playing Maria von Trapp and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. Between 1964 and 1986, she starred in The Americanization of Emily (1964), Hawaii (1966), Torn Curtain (1966), Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967), Star! (1968), The Tamarind Seed (1974), 10 (1979), Victor/Victoria (1982), That's Life! (1986) and Duet for One (1986).

In 2000, Andrews was made a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II for services to the performing arts. In 2002, she was ranked #59 in the BBC's poll of the 100 Greatest Britons. In 2003, she revisited her first Broadway success, this time as a stage director, with a revival of The Boy Friend. From 2001 to 2004, Andrews starred in The Princess Diaries (2001) and The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004). From 2004 to 2010, she lent her voice to the Shrek animated films and Despicable Me (2010).

Andrews has won an Academy Award, a BAFTA, five Golden Globes, three Grammys, two Emmys, the Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award, the Kennedy Center Honors Award, and the Disney Legends Award. Apart from her musical career, she is also an author of children's books and has published an autobiography, Home: A Memoir of My Early Years (2008).

List of awards and nominations received by Amy Adams

Amy Adams is an American actress who has received various awards and nominations, including two Golden Globe Awards, four Critics' Choice Movie Awards, and a Screen Actors Guild Award. Additionally, she has been nominated for six Academy Awards and seven BAFTA Awards. In 2017, Adams received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contributions to the motion picture industry.Adams' breakthrough role in the 2005 acclaimed independent comedy-drama Junebug earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress, and won her the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress and the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 2007, she starred in Walt Disney Pictures' romantic musical Enchanted, for which she won the Saturn Award for Best Actress and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical, the Critics' Choice Award for Best Actress, and three MTV Movie Awards. Adams' performances in the critically acclaimed dramas Doubt, (2008), The Fighter (2010), and The Master (2012) garnered her several accolades, including nominations from the Oscar, Hollywood Foreign Press, BAFTA, SAG, and Critics' Choice award ceremonies.Since 2013, Adams has received two People's Choice and four Teen Choice Awards nominations for playing the DC Comics character Lois Lane in the DC Extended Universe. For her performance as a con artist in the 2013 crime comedy-drama American Hustle, Adams won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical and the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in a Comedy, and received her first Academy Award for Best Actress nomination. The following year, she starred as Margaret Keane in the autobiographical drama Big Eyes, which won her a second consecutive Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical, making her the fourth actress to achieve this feat. She also received her second nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her portrayal. In 2016, Adams won the National Board of Review Award for Best Actress, and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award, the SAG Award, the BAFTA Award, and the Critic's Choice Award for Best Actress, for playing a linguist in the science-fiction film Arrival.

List of awards and nominations received by Olivia Colman

Olivia Colman is an English actress who has received various awards and nominations, including three British Academy Television Awards, one Golden Globe Award and two Satellite Awards. In 2011 she began receiving critical acclaim for her performance in the drama film Tyrannosaur and was nominated for the Satellite Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture and won Best Actress at the British Independent Film Awards. From 2013 to 2017 she starred in the serial crime drama television series Broadchurch for which she won Best Actress at the British Academy Television Awards and was nominated for Best Actress at the International Emmy Awards. For her performance in the AMC/BBC miniseries The Night Manager, she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film and was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie. She has collaborated twice with Yorgos Lanthimos, first in The Lobster for which she won the BIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress and second in The Favourite portraying Anne, Queen of Great Britain. For her performance in the latter she won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, the BIFA Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film, the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in a Comedy, the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical, the Satellite Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical, Volpi Cup for Best Actress, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress, and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role.

Manhattan Murder Mystery

Manhattan Murder Mystery is a 1993 American comedy murder mystery film directed by Woody Allen, co-written by Allen and Marshall Brickman, and starring Allen, Diane Keaton, Anjelica Huston and Alan Alda. The film centers on a married couple's investigation of the death of their neighbor's wife.

The film began as an early draft of Annie Hall, which Allen co-wrote with Brickman. Eventually, the script evolved and principal photography took place in 1992, in the titular city. It was released in August 1993 to positive reviews. Keaton was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. It marked Zach Braff's film debut, as well as the eighth and final collaboration between Allen and Keaton.

Miss Congeniality (film)

Miss Congeniality is a 2000 American action comedy film directed by Donald Petrie, written by Marc Lawrence, Katie Ford, and Caryn Lucas, and starring Sandra Bullock with Michael Caine, Benjamin Bratt, William Shatner, Ernie Hudson, and Candice Bergen.

Miss Congeniality was released by Warner Bros. Pictures on December 22, 2000 and was a box office hit grossing $212 million worldwide. Bullock also garnered a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. A sequel, Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, was released in March 24, 2005.

Nicole Kidman filmography

Australian actress Nicole Kidman made her film debut in the drama remake Bush Christmas in 1983. Four years later, she starred in the television miniseries Vietnam, for which she received the Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini Series award from the Australian Film Institute. Kidman's breakthrough role was in the 1989 thriller Dead Calm; her performance as a married woman trapped on a yacht with a psychopathic murderer earned critical acclaim and international recognition. She followed this with her Hollywood debut opposite Tom Cruise in Tony Scott's auto-racing film Days of Thunder (1990). Her role as a homicidal weather forecaster in Gus Van Sant's crime comedy-drama To Die For garnered Kidman a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical in 1996. She worked with Cruise again on Stanley Kubrick's erotic thriller Eyes Wide Shut in 1999.

Kidman played a courtesan in Baz Luhrmann's 2001 musical Moulin Rouge!, for which she received her second Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, and her first nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress. In the same year, Kidman appeared in the horror-thriller The Others which garnered her a nomination for Best Actress at the British Academy Film Awards. For her role as writer Virginia Woolf in the drama The Hours (2002) she became the first Australian to win the Academy Award for Best Actress.In 2003, Kidman starred in Lars von Trier's Dogville, the drama The Human Stain, and the epic war drama Cold Mountain. The following year, she appeared in the sci-fi comedy film The Stepford Wives (2004), and the drama Birth (2004). Four years later, Kidman reunited with Luhrmann on the historical drama Australia. In 2010, she starred in the drama Rabbit Hole for which she received a nomination at the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, and Screen Actors Guild Awards. Kidman played novelist Martha Gellhorn in the television biopic Hemingway & Gellhorn (2012), for which she received a Primetime Emmy nomination.She played actress and princess Grace Kelly in the biopic Grace of Monaco (2014), and starred as an evil taxidermist in the comedy Paddington. The following year, Kidman portrayed writer and archaeologist Gertrude Bell in the biopic Queen of the Desert (2015). For her supporting acting performance in the 2016 biographical drama Lion, she received nominations at the Academy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, British Academy Film Awards, and Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Sandra Bullock filmography

Sandra Bullock is an American actress, song-writer, screen writer, film director, and film producer, who made her film debut with a minor role in J. Christian Ingvordsen's thriller Hangmen in 1987. She made her television debut in the television film Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989) and played the lead role in the short-lived sitcom Working Girl (1990) before making her breakthrough starring in Jan de Bont's action film Speed (1994). In 1995, Bullock founded her own production company, Fortis Films, and starred in the romantic comedy While You Were Sleeping. Her performance in the film earned her first nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. In 1996, Bullock starred in the film adaptation of John Grisham's novel A Time to Kill. In 1998, Bullock starred in the romantic comedy Practical Magic, voiced Miriam in the DreamWorks animated film The Prince of Egypt and also executive produced her first film, the romantic drama Hope Floats.

In 2000, Bullock garnered a second nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical for her role as undercover FBI agent Gracie Hart, in the comedy Miss Congeniality. In 2002, she executive produced her first television series George Lopez and starred with Hugh Grant in the romantic comedy Two Weeks Notice. In 2004, Bullock starred in the crime drama Crash and shared the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture with the rest of the film's ensemble cast. In 2006, Bullock reunited with her Speed co-star Keanu Reeves in the romantic drama The Lake House, and she also played Harper Lee in the Truman Capote biographical film Infamous.

In 2009, Bullock starred in the films The Proposal, All About Steve, and The Blind Side. Bullock won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in The Blind Side, and also received the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress for All About Steve. In doing so, she became the first person to win both a Razzie and an Oscar in the same weekend. In 2013, Bullock starred in the films The Heat and Gravity. For her performance in the latter, she received the Saturn Award for Best Actress and was also nominated at the Academy Awards, British Academy Film Awards, and Golden Globe Awards. In 2015, Bullock voiced the supervillain Scarlet Overkill in the animated film Minions. As of March 2017, Minions is her highest-grossing film, with a worldwide box office total of over $1.1 billion.

Sharon Stone filmography

Sharon Stone is an American actress, film producer, and former fashion model. The following is a filmography of her work.

Stone came to international attention for her role in Paul Verhoeven's erotic thriller Basic Instinct. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress and won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for her performance in Casino, and also received a Golden Globe nomination in Basic Instinct.

She has also made multiple appearances on television programs and television films and produced several films.

Small Time Crooks

Small Time Crooks is a 2000 American crime-comedy film. Written and directed by Woody Allen, the film's plot is very similar to that of the 1942 comedy Larceny, Inc.. It stars Allen, Hugh Grant, Elaine May and Tracey Ullman.

Small Time Crooks received positive reviews from critics. Ullman also received a nomination for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical, and May won the Best Supporting Actress citation at the National Society of Film Critics Awards.

The Proposal (2009 film)

The Proposal is a 2009 American romantic comedy film directed by Anne Fletcher and written by Peter Chiarelli. The film stars Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds with Betty White, Mary Steenburgen and Craig T. Nelson. The plot centers on a Canadian executive who learns that she may face deportation from the U.S. because of her expired visa. Determined to retain her position as editor in chief of a publishing house, she convinces her assistant to temporarily act as her fiancé.

Development on the film began in 2005, when Chiarelli wrote the film's script. Principal filming occurred over a period of two months from March to May 2008. The film received mixed reviews from critics, who criticized its script but praised the chemistry between Bullock and Reynolds. It was a box office success, grossing over $317 million worldwide and becoming the 20th highest-grossing film of 2009. Bullock garnered a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical.

While You Were Sleeping (film)

While You Were Sleeping is a 1995 American romantic comedy film directed by Jon Turteltaub and written by Daniel G. Sullivan and Fredric Lebow. It stars Sandra Bullock as Lucy, a Chicago Transit Authority token collector, and Bill Pullman as Jack, the brother of a man whose life she saves, along with Peter Gallagher as Peter, the man who is saved, Peter Boyle and Glynis Johns as members of Peter's family, and Jack Warden as longtime family friend and neighbor.

While You Were Sleeping was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $182 million at the box office. Bullock and Pullman received praise for their performances. Bullock also garnered a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical.

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