Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). The award honors the best performance by an actress in a drama television series.

It was first awarded at the 19th Golden Globe Awards on March 5, 1962 under the title Best TV Star - Female, encompassing performances in comedy and drama television series, to Pauline Frederick. The nominees for the award announced annually starting in 1963. In 1969, the award was split into the drama and comedy categories, presented under the new title Best TV Actress - Drama and in 1980 under its current title.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 50 actresses. Angela Lansbury has won the most awards in this category, winning four times, and received ten nominations for the awards, the most in the category.

Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama
CountryUnited States
Presented byHollywood Foreign Press Association
First awardedMarch 5, 1962
Currently held bySandra Oh,
Killing Eve (2018)
Most awardsAngela Lansbury, (4)
Most nominationsAngela Lansbury, (10)
Websitegoldenglobes.org

Winners and nominees

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.

Best TV Star – Female

Donna Reed
Donna Reed was the second recipient of the award, winning for her performance on The Donna Reed Show.
Anne Francis-publicity
Anne Francis won in 1966 for her performance on Honey West as the titular character.
Diahann Carroll Sammy Davis Jr. Hollywood Palace 1968
Diahann Carroll (pictured left) won the award in 1969 before the category was split, receiving another nomination in the comedy category in 1970.

1960s

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref
1961
(19th)
Pauline Fredericks Award winner [1]
1962
(20th)
Donna Reed Award winner Donna Stone The Donna Reed Show ABC [2]
1963
(21st)
Inger Stevens Award winner Katrin "Katy" Holstrum The Farmer's Daughter ABC [3]
Shirley Booth Hazel Burke Hazel NBC
Dorothy Loudon Various Characters The Garry Moore Show CBS
Carolyn Jones Betsy / Meredith / Jane Burke's Law ABC
Gloria Swanson Venus Walsh
1964
(22nd)
Mary Tyler Moore Award winner Laura Petrie The Dick Van Dyke Show CBS [4]
Dorothy Malone Constance Carson Peyton Place ABC
Yvette Mimieux Pat Holmes Dr. Kildare NBC
Elizabeth Montgomery Samantha Stephens Bewitched ABC
Julie Newmar Rhoda Miller My Living Doll CBS
1965
(23rd)
Anne Francis Award winner Honey West Honey West ABC [5]
Patty Duke Patty Lane / Cathy Lane The Patty Duke Show ABC
Mia Farrow Allison MacKenzie Peyton Place
Dorothy Malone Constance Carson
Barbara Stanwyck Victoria Barkley The Big Valley
1966
(24th)
Marlo Thomas Award winner Ann Marie That Girl ABC [6]
Phyllis Diller Phyllis Pruitt The Pruitts of Southampton ABC
Barbara Eden Jeannie I Dream of Jeannie NBC
Elizabeth Montgomery Samantha Stephens Bewitched ABC
Barbara Stanwyck Victoria Barkley The Big Valley
1967
(25th)
Carol Burnett Award winner Various Characters The Carol Burnett Show CBS [7]
Barbara Bain Cinnamon Carter Mission: Impossible CBS
Lucille Ball Lucy Carmichael The Lucy Show
Nancy Sinatra Various characters Movin' with Nancy NBC
Barbara Stanwyck Victoria Barkley The Big Valley ABC
1968
(26th)
Diahann Carroll Award winner Julia Baker Julia NBC [8]
Doris Day Doris Martin The Doris Day Show CBS
Hope Lange Carolyn Muir The Ghost & Mrs. Muir NBC
Elizabeth Montgomery Samantha Stephens Bewitched ABC
Nancy Sinatra Various characters The Nancy Sinatra Show NBC
Best TV Actress – Drama
1969
(27th)
Linda Cristal Award winner Victoria Montoya The High Chaparral NBC [9]
Amanda Blake Miss Kitty Russell Gunsmoke CBS
Peggy Lipton Julie Barnes The Mod Squad ABC
Denise Nicholas Miss Liz McIntyre Room 222
Eleanor Parker Sylvia Caldwell Bracken's World NBC
Linda Cristal The High Chaparral 1967
Linda Cristal won in 1970 for her role as Victoria Montoya on The High Chaparral.
Michael Learned Waltons
Michael Learned received four nominations for her performance on The Waltons as Olivia Walton.
Lee Remick - 1960s
Lee Remick won the award twice for her performances on the television movie The Blue Night and the miniseries Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill.
Angie Dickinson police woman 1975
Angie Dickinson won in 1975 for her role as Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson on Police Woman.
James Broderick and Sada Thompson
Sada Thompson was nominated three times for her role as Kate Lawrence on Family.
Kate Jackson 1976
Kate Jackson was nominated four times for the award, three of them for her performance on Charlie's Angels.

1970s

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Peggy Lipton Award winner Julie Barnes The Mod Squad ABC [10]
Amanda Blake Miss Kitty Russell Gunsmoke CBS
Linda Cristal Victoria Montoya The High Chaparral NBC
Yvette Mimieux Vannessa Smith The Most Deadly Game ABC
Denise Nicholas Miss Liz McIntyre Room 222
1971
(29th)
Patricia Neal Award winner Olivia Walton The Homecoming: A Christmas Story CBS [11]
Lynda Day George Lisa Casey Mission: Impossible CBS
Peggy Lipton Julie Barnes The Mod Squad ABC
Denise Nicholas Miss Liz McIntyre Room 222
Susan Saint James Sally McMillan McMillan & Wife NBC
1972
(30th)
Gail Fisher Award winner Peggy Fair Mannix CBS [12]
Ellen Corby Esther "Grandma" Walton The Waltons CBS
Michael Learned Olivia Walton
Peggy Lipton Julie Barnes The Mod Squad ABC
Susan Saint James Sally McMillan McMillan & Wife NBC
1973
(31st)
Lee Remick Award winner Cassie Walters The Blue Knight NBC [13]
Michael Learned Olivia Walton The Waltons CBS
Julie London Nurse Dixie McCall Emergency! NBC
Emily McLaughlin Nurse Jessie Brewer General Hospital ABC
Susan Saint James Sally McMillan McMillan & Wife NBC
1974
(32nd)
Angie Dickinson Award winner Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson Police Woman NBC [14]
Teresa Graves Christy Love Get Christy Love! ABC
Michael Learned Olivia Walton The Waltons CBS
Jean Marsh Rose Buck Upstairs, Downstairs PBS
Emily McLaughlin Nurse Jessie Brewer General Hospital ABC
Lee Meriwether Betty Jones Barnaby Jones CBS
1975
(33rd)
Lee Remick Award winner Jennie Randolph Churchill Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill PBS [15]
Angie Dickinson Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson Police Woman NBC
Rosemary Harris George Sand Notorious Woman PBS
Michael Learned Olivia Walton The Waltons CBS
Lee Meriwether Betty Jones Barnaby Jones
1976
(34th)
Susan Blakely Award winner Julie Prescott Rich Man, Poor Man ABC [16]
Angie Dickinson Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson Police Woman NBC
Farrah Fawcett Jill Munroe Charlie's Angels ABC
Kate Jackson Sabrina Duncan
Jean Marsh Rose Buck Upstairs, Downstairs PBS
Sada Thompson Kate Lawrence Family ABC
Lindsay Wagner Jaime Sommers The Bionic Woman
1977
(35th)
Lesley Ann Warren Award winner Marja Fludjicki / Marianne 79 Park Avenue NBC [17]
Angie Dickinson Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson Police Woman NBC
Kate Jackson Sabrina Duncan Charlie's Angels ABC
Leslie Uggams Kizzy Roots
Lindsay Wagner Jaime Sommers The Bionic Woman
1978
(36th)
Rosemary Harris Award winner Berta Palitz Weiss Holocaust NBC [18]
Kate Jackson Sabrina Duncan Charlie's Angels ABC
Kristy McNichol Leticia "Buddy" Lawrence Family
Lee Remick Erica Trenton Wheels NBC
Sada Thompson Kate Lawrence Family ABC
1979
(37th)
Natalie Wood Award winner Karen Holmes From Here to Eternity NBC [19]
Barbara Bel Geddes Miss Ellie Ewing Dallas CBS
Kate Mulgrew Kate Columbo Mrs. Columbo NBC
Stefanie Powers Jennifer Hart Hart to Hart ABC
Sada Thompson Kate Lawrence Family

Best Actress – Television Series Drama

Joan Collins - Monte-Carlo Television Festival
Joan Collins won in 1983 for her role as Alexis Carrington on Dynasty.
Stefanie Powers 2010
Stefanie Powers was nominated five times for her role as Jennifer Hart on Hart to Hart.
Sharon Gless at the 1991 Emmy Awards cropped
Sharon Gless has received seven nominations for the award, winning twice for her performance on Cagney & Lacey and The Trials of Rosie O'Neill.
Angela Lansbury
Angela Lansbury was nominated ten times for the award, winning four times for her role as Jessica Fletcher on Murder, She Wrote.
Patricia Wettig (2)
Patricia Wettig won in 1991 for her performance on thirtysomething.
KathyBaker
Kathy Baker received three nominations for the award, winning in 1994 for her role as Jill Brock on Picket Fences.
Gillian Anderson Berlinale 2017
Gillian Anderson won in 1997 and received three more nominations for her performance on The X-Files as FBI Special Agent Dana Scully.
Keri Russell by Gage Skidmore
Keri Russell won the award for her portrayal of Felicity Porter on Felicity.
Edie Falco 2010
Edie Falco won twice and received five more nominations for her role as Carmela Soprano on The Sopranos.
Sela Ward
Sela Ward won the award for her performance on Once and Again as Lily Manning.
Jennifer Garner 2013
Jennifer Garner won in 2002 for her portrayal of Sydney Bristow on Alias.
KyraSedgwickJune09
Kyra Sedgwick won in 2006 for her role on The Closer.
Anna Paquin Comic-Con 2012
Anna Paquin won once out of two nominations for her performance on True Blood as Sookie Stackhouse.
Julianna Margulies at 2015 PaleyFest
Julianna Margulies received nine nominations for the award, the second most in the category, winning in 2010 for her portrayal of Alicia Florrick on The Good Wife.
Claire Danes
Claire Danes won the award three times for her performances on My So-Called Life and Homeland.
Robin Wright Cannes 2017
Robin Wright won the award for her portrayal of Claire Underwood on House of Cards.
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Taraji P. Henson won the award for her role as Cookie Lyon on Empire.

1980s

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Yoko Shimada Award winner Lady Toda Buntaro Shōgun NBC [20]
Barbara Bel Geddes Miss Ellie Ewing Dallas CBS
Linda Gray Sue Ellen Ewing
Melissa Gilbert Laura Ingalls Little House on the Prairie NBC
Stefanie Powers Jennifer Hart Hart to Hart ABC
1981
(39th)
Linda Evans Award winner Krystle Carrington Dynasty ABC [21]
Barbara Bel Geddes Award winner Miss Ellie Ewing Dallas CBS
Joan Collins Alexis Carrington Dynasty ABC
Morgan Fairchild Constance Weldon Carlyle Flamingo Road NBC
Linda Gray Sue Ellen Ewing Dallas CBS
Stefanie Powers Jennifer Hart Hart to Hart ABC
1982
(40th)
Joan Collins Award winner Alexis Carrington Dynasty ABC [22]
Linda Evans Krystle Carrington Dynasty ABC
Stefanie Powers Jennifer Hart Hart to Hart CBS
Victoria Principal Pamela Barnes Ewing Dallas CBS
Jane Wyman Angela Channing Falcon Crest
1983
(41st)
Jane Wyman Award winner Angela Channing Falcon Crest CBS [23]
Joan Collins Alexis Carrington Dynasty ABC
Tyne Daly Mary Beth Lacey Cagney & Lacey CBS
Linda Evans Krystle Carrington Dynasty ABC
Stefanie Powers Jennifer Hart Hart to Hart CBS
1984
(42nd)
Angela Lansbury Award winner Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote CBS [24]
Joan Collins Alexis Carrington Dynasty ABC
Tyne Daly Mary Beth Lacey Cagney & Lacey CBS
Linda Evans Krystle Carrington Dynasty ABC
Sharon Gless Christine Cagney Cagney & Lacey CBS
Kate Jackson Amanda King Scarecrow and Mrs. King
1985
(43rd)
Sharon Gless Award winner Christine Cagney Cagney & Lacey CBS [25]
Joan Collins Alexis Carrington Dynasty ABC
Tyne Daly Mary Beth Lacey Cagney & Lacey CBS
Linda Evans Krystle Carrington Dynasty ABC
Angela Lansbury Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote CBS
1986
(44th)
Angela Lansbury Award winner Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote CBS [26]
Joan Collins Alexis Carrington Dynasty ABC
Tyne Daly Mary Beth Lacey Cagney & Lacey CBS
Sharon Gless Christine Cagney
Connie Sellecca Christine Francis Hotel ABC
1987
(45th)
Susan Dey Award winner Grace Van Owen L.A. Law NBC [27]
Jill Eikenberry Ann Kelsey L.A. Law NBC
Sharon Gless Christine Cagney Cagney & Lacey CBS
Linda Hamilton Catherine Chandler Beauty and the Beast
Angela Lansbury Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote
1988
(46th)
Jill Eikenberry Award winner Ann Kelsey L.A. Law NBC [28]
Susan Dey Grace Van Owen L.A. Law NBC
Sharon Gless Christine Cagney Cagney & Lacey CBS
Linda Hamilton Catherine Chandler Beauty and the Beast
Angela Lansbury Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote
1989
(47th)
Angela Lansbury Award winner Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote CBS [29]
Dana Delany Colleen McMurphy China Beach ABC
Susan Dey Grace Van Owen L.A. Law NBC
Jill Eikenberry Ann Kelsey
Mel Harris Hope Murdoch Steadman thirtysomething ABC

1990s

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Sharon Gless Award winner Fiona Rose "Rosie" O'Neill The Trials of Rosie O'Neill CBS [30]
Patricia Wettig Award winner Nancy Weston thirtysomething ABC
Dana Delany Colleen Murphy China Beach ABC
Susan Dey Grace Van Owen L.A. Law NBC
Jill Eikenberry Ann Kelsey
Angela Lansbury Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote CBS
1991
(49th)
Angela Lansbury Award winner Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote CBS [31]
Susan Dey Grace Van Owen L.A. Law NBC
Sharon Gless Fiona Rose "Rosie" O'Neill The Trials of Rosie O'Neill CBS
Marlee Matlin Tess Kaufman Reasonable Doubts NBC
Janine Turner Maggie O'Connell Northern Exposure CBS
1992
(50th)
Regina Taylor Award winner Lily Harper I'll Fly Away NBC [32]
Mariel Hemingway Sydney Guilford Civil Wars ABC
Angela Lansbury Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote CBS
Marlee Matlin Tess Kaufman Reasonable Doubts NBC
Janine Turner Maggie O'Connell Northern Exposure CBS
1993
(51st)
Kathy Baker Award winner Jill Brock Picket Fences CBS [33]
Heather Locklear Amanda Woodward Melrose Place Fox
Jane Seymour Dr. Michaela Quinn Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman CBS
Janine Turner Maggie O'Connell Northern Exposure
Sela Ward Theodora "Teddy" Reed Sisters NBC
1994
(52nd)
Claire Danes Award winner Angela Chase My So-Called Life ABC [34]
Kathy Baker Jill Brock Picket Fences CBS
Angela Lansbury Jessica Fletcher Murder, She Wrote
Heather Locklear Amanda Woodward Melrose Place Fox
Jane Seymour Dr. Michaela Quinn Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman CBS
1995
(53rd)
Jane Seymour Award winner Dr. Michaela Quinn Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman CBS [35]
Gillian Anderson FBI Special Agent Dana Scully The X-Files Fox
Kathy Baker Jill Brock Picket Fences CBS
Heather Locklear Amanda Woodward Melrose Place Fox
Sherry Stringfield Dr. Susan Lewis ER NBC
1996
(54th)
Gillian Anderson Award winner FBI Special Agent Dana Scully The X-Files Fox [36]
Christine Lahti Dr. Kate Austen Chicago Hope CBS
Heather Locklear Amanda Woodward Melrose Place Fox
Jane Seymour Dr. Michaela Quinn Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman CBS
Sherry Stringfield Dr. Susan Lewis ER NBC
1997
(55th)
Christine Lahti Award winner Dr. Kate Austen Chicago Hope CBS [37]
Gillian Anderson FBI Special Agent Dana Scully The X-Files Fox
Kim Delaney Diane Russell NYPD Blue ABC
Roma Downey Monica Touched by an Angel CBS
Julianna Margulies Carol Hathaway ER NBC
1998
(56th)
Keri Russell Award winner Felicity Porter Felicity The WB [38]
Gillian Anderson FBI Special Agent Dana Scully The X-Files Fox
Kim Delaney Diane Russell NYPD Blue ABC
Roma Downey Monica Touched by an Angel CBS
Julianna Margulies Carol Hathaway ER NBC
1999
(57th)
Edie Falco Award winner Carmela Soprano The Sopranos HBO [39]
Lorraine Bracco Dr. Jennifer Melfi The Sopranos HBO
Amy Brenneman Amy Gray Judging Amy CBS
Julianna Margulies Carol Hathaway ER NBC
Sela Ward Lily Manning Once and Again ABC

2000s

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref
2000
(58th)
Sela Ward Award winner Lily Manning Once and Again ABC [40]
Jessica Alba Max Guevara Dark Angel Fox
Lorraine Bracco Dr. Jennifer Melfi The Sopranos HBO
Amy Brenneman Amy Gray Judging Amy CBS
Edie Falco Carmela Soprano The Sopranos HBO
Sarah Michelle Gellar Buffy Summers Buffy the Vampire Slayer The WB
2001
(59th)
Jennifer Garner Award winner Sydney Bristow Alias ABC [41]
Lorraine Bracco Dr. Jennifer Melfi The Sopranos HBO
Amy Brenneman Amy Gray Judging Amy CBS
Edie Falco Carmela Soprano The Sopranos HBO
Lauren Graham Lorelai Gilmore Gilmore Girls The WB
Marg Helgenberger Catherine Willows CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS
Sela Ward Lily Manning Once and Again ABC
2002
(60th)
Edie Falco Award winner Carmela Soprano The Sopranos HBO [42]
Jennifer Garner Sydney Bristow Alias ABC
Rachel Griffiths Brenda Chenowith Six Feet Under HBO
Marg Helgenberger Catherine Willows CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS
Allison Janney C.J. Cregg The West Wing NBC
2003
(61st)
Frances Conroy Award winner Ruth Fisher Six Feet Under HBO [43]
Jennifer Garner Sydney Bristow Alias ABC
Allison Janney C.J. Cregg The West Wing NBC
Joely Richardson Julia McNamara Nip/Tuck FX
Amber Tamblyn Joan Girardi Joan of Arcadia CBS
2004
(62nd)
Mariska Hargitay Award winner Det. Olivia Benson Law and Order: Special Victims Unit NBC [44]
Edie Falco Carmela Soprano The Sopranos HBO
Jennifer Garner Sydney Bristow Alias ABC
Christine Lahti Grace McAllister Jack & Bobby The WB
Joely Richardson Julia McNamara Nip/Tuck FX
2005
(63rd)
Geena Davis Award winner President Mackenzie Allen Commander in Chief ABC [45]
Patricia Arquette Allison DuBois Medium CBS
Glenn Close Monica Rawling The Shield FX
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer TNT
Polly Walker Atia of the Julii Rome HBO
2006
(64th)
Kyra Sedgwick Award winner Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer TNT [46]
Patricia Arquette Allison DuBois Medium CBS
Edie Falco Carmela Soprano The Sopranos HBO
Evangeline Lilly Kate Austen Lost ABC
Ellen Pompeo Meredith Grey Grey's Anatomy
2007
(65th)
Glenn Close Award winner Patty Hewes Damages FX [47]
Patricia Arquette Allison DuBois Medium CBS
Minnie Driver Dahlia Malloy The Riches FX
Edie Falco Carmela Soprano The Sopranos HBO
Sally Field Nora Walker Brothers & Sisters ABC
Holly Hunter Grace Hanadarko Saving Grace TNT
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer
2008
(66th)
Anna Paquin Award winner Sookie Stackhouse True Blood HBO [48]
Sally Field Nora Walker Brothers & Sisters ABC
Mariska Hargitay Det. Olivia Benson Law and Order: Special Victims Unit NBC
January Jones Betty Draper Mad Men AMC
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer TNT
2009
(67th)
Julianna Margulies Award winner Alicia Florrick The Good Wife CBS [49]
Glenn Close Patty Hewes Damages FX
January Jones Betty Draper Mad Men AMC
Anna Paquin Sookie Stackhouse True Blood HBO
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer TNT

2010s

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Katey Sagal Award winner Gemma Teller Morrow Sons of Anarchy FX [50]
Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife CBS
Elisabeth Moss Peggy Olson Mad Men AMC
Piper Perabo Annie Walker Covert Affairs USA
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer TNT
2011
(69th)
Claire Danes Award winner Carrie Mathison Homeland Showtime [51]
Mireille Enos Sarah Linden The Killing AMC
Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife CBS
Madeleine Stowe Victoria Grayson Revenge ABC
Callie Thorne Danielle "Dani" Santino Necessary Roughness USA
2012
(70th)
Claire Danes Award winner Carrie Mathison Homeland Showtime [52]
Connie Britton Rayna James Nashville ABC
Glenn Close Patty Hewes Damages FX
Michelle Dockery Mary Crawley Downton Abbey PBS
Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife CBS
2013
(71st)
Robin Wright Award winner Claire Underwood House of Cards Netflix [53]
Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife CBS
Tatiana Maslany Various Characters Orphan Black BBC America
Taylor Schilling Piper Chapman Orange Is the New Black Netflix
Kerry Washington Olivia Pope Scandal ABC
2014
(72nd)
Ruth Wilson Award winner Alison Lockhart The Affair Showtime [54]
Claire Danes Carrie Mathison Homeland Showtime
Viola Davis Annalise Keating How to Get Away with Murder ABC
Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife CBS
Robin Wright Claire Underwood House of Cards Netflix
2015
(73rd)
Taraji P. Henson Award winner Cookie Lyon Empire Fox [55]
Caitriona Balfe Claire Fraser Outlander Starz
Viola Davis Annalise Keating How to Get Away with Murder ABC
Eva Green Vanessa Ives Penny Dreadful Showtime
Robin Wright Claire Underwood House of Cards Netflix
2016
(74th)
Claire Foy Award winner Queen Elizabeth II The Crown Netflix [56]
Caitriona Balfe Claire Fraser Outlander Starz
Keri Russell Elizabeth Jennings The Americans FX
Winona Ryder Joyce Byers Stranger Things Netflix
Evan Rachel Wood Dolores Abernathy Westworld HBO
2017
(75th)
Elisabeth Moss Award winner June Osborne / Offred The Handmaid's Tale Hulu [57]
Caitriona Balfe Claire Fraser Outlander Starz
Claire Foy Queen Elizabeth II The Crown Netflix
Maggie Gyllenhaal Eileen "Candy" Merrell The Deuce HBO
Katherine Langford Hannah Baker 13 Reasons Why Netflix
2018
(76th)
Sandra Oh Award winner Eve Polastri Killing Eve BBC America [58]
Caitriona Balfe Claire Fraser Outlander Starz
Elisabeth Moss June Osborne / Offred The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Julia Roberts Heidi Bergman Homecoming Amazon
Keri Russell Elizabeth Jennings The Americans FX

Superlatives

Superlative Best Actress - Television Series Drama
Actress with most awards Angela Lansbury (4)
Actress with most nominations Angela Lansbury (10)
Actress with most nominations
without ever winning
Stefanie Powers (5)

Multiple wins

Wins Name
4 Angela Lansbury
3 Claire Danes
2 Edie Falco
Sharon Gless
Lee Remick

Multiple nominations

Nominations Name
10 Angela Lansbury
9 Julianna Margulies
7 Edie Falco
Sharon Gless
6 Joan Collins
Kyra Sedgwick
5 Susan Dey
Linda Evans
Stefanie Powers
4 Gillian Anderson
Caitriona Balfe
Glenn Close
Tyne Daly
Claire Danes
Angie Dickinson
Jill Eikenberry
Jennifer Garner
Kate Jackson
Michael Learned
Peggy Lipton
Heather Locklear
Jane Seymour
Sela Ward
3 Patricia Arquette
Kathy Baker
Barbara Bel Geddes
Lorraine Bracco
Amy Brenneman
Christine Lahti
Elisabeth Moss
Denise Nicholas
Lee Remick
Keri Russell
Susan Saint James
Sada Thompson
Janine Turner
Robin Wright
2
Amanda Blake
Linda Cristal
Viola Davis
Kim Delaney
Dana Delany
Roma Downey
Sally Field
Claire Foy
Linda Gray
Linda Hamilton
Mariska Hargitay
Rosemary Harris
Marg Helgenberger
Allison Janney
January Jones
Jean Marsh
Marlee Matlin
Emily McLaughlin
Lee Meriwether
Anna Paquin
Joely Richardson
Sherry Stringfield
Lindsay Wagner
Jane Wyman

See also

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Claire Foy

Claire Elizabeth Foy (born 16 April 1984) is an English actress. She studied acting at the Liverpool John Moores University and the Oxford School of Drama and made her screen debut in the pilot of the supernatural comedy series Being Human, in 2008. Following her professional stage debut at the Royal National Theatre, she played the title role in the BBC One miniseries Little Dorrit (2008), and made her film debut in the American historical fantasy drama Season of the Witch (2011). Following leading roles in the television series The Promise (2011) and Crossbones (2014), Foy received further praise for portraying the ill-fated queen Anne Boleyn in the miniseries Wolf Hall (2015).

Foy gained international recognition for portraying the young Queen Elizabeth II in the first two seasons of the Netflix series The Crown, for which she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, among other awards. In 2018, she starred in Steven Soderbergh's psychological thriller Unsane and portrayed Janet Shearon, wife of astronaut Neil Armstrong, in Damien Chazelle's biopic First Man. For the latter, she was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

For four years, Foy was married to the actor Stephen Campbell Moore, with whom she has a daughter.

Claire Fraser (character)

Claire Beauchamp Randall Fraser is a fictional character in the Outlander series of multi-genre novels by American author Diana Gabaldon, and its television adaptation. In the series, Claire is a married World War II nurse visiting Scotland who finds herself transported from 1945 back to 1743. There she finds adventure, war and romance with the dashing Highland warrior Jamie Fraser. Smart, stubborn and willful, Claire uses her wits, practical medical skills and knowledge of the future to survive in the 18th century.

Claire is portrayed by Irish actress Caitriona Balfe in the Starz television series Outlander. Balfe won a Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television in 2015 and 2016, and a People's Choice Award for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress in 2016. She also received nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Connie Sellecca

Connie Sellecca (born Concetta Sellecchia May 25, 1955) is an American actress, producer, and former model, best known for her roles on the television series Flying High, The Greatest American Hero and Hotel, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 1987.

Emily McLaughlin

Emily McLaughlin (December 1, 1928 – April 26, 1991) was an American actress known for her long-standing role as Nurse Jessie Brewer on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital.

January Jones

January Kristen Jones (born January 5, 1978) is an American actress and model, best known for portraying the role of Betty Draper in Mad Men (2007–2015), for which she was nominated for two Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.She starred most recently as Melissa Chartres in The Last Man on Earth (2015–2018). She also starred in the films American Wedding (2003), We Are Marshall (2006), Unknown (2011), Seeking Justice (2011) and X-Men: First Class (2011).

Katey Sagal

Catherine Louise Sagal (born January 19, 1954) is an American actress and singer-songwriter. She is known for playing Peggy Bundy on Married... with Children, Leela on Futurama, and Cate Hennessy on 8 Simple Rules. In the latter role, Sagal worked with John Ritter until his death, leading to Sagal's taking over as the series lead for the remainder of the show's run. She is also widely known for her role as Gemma Teller Morrow on the FX series Sons of Anarchy, for which she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 2011.

Linda Cristal

Linda Cristal (Spanish: [kɾisˈtal]; born Marta Victoria Moya Peggo Burges, February 23, 1934) is an Argentine-American actress. She appeared in a number of Western films during the 1950s, before winning a Golden Globe Award for her performance in the 1958 comedy film The Perfect Furlough.

From 1967 to 1971, Cristal starred as Victoria Cannon in the NBC series The High Chaparral. For her performance she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 1970, and received two Emmy Award nominations.

List of awards and nominations received by Angela Lansbury

The following is a list of awards and nominations received by actress Angela Lansbury.

List of awards and nominations received by Claire Foy

The following is a comprehensive list of awards and nominations received by English actress Claire Foy.

Foy first received recognition for her role in the period drama miniseries Little Dorrit (2008). She received similar praise for her portrayal of the ill-fated queen Anne Boleyn in the period drama miniseries Wolf Hall (2015), for which she garnered a nomination for the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress.

Foy gained worldwide recognition and universal acclaim for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II on the Netflix original drama series The Crown (2016–17), winning several popular industry awards: including a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama, two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series, and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.

For her performance in Damien Chazelle's biographical drama film First Man (2018), Foy was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress, and the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Madeleine Stowe

Madeleine Marie Stowe (born August 18, 1958) is an American actress. She appeared mostly on television before her breakthrough role in the 1987 crime-comedy film Stakeout. She went on to star in the films Revenge (1990), Unlawful Entry (1992), The Last of the Mohicans (1992), Blink (1993), Bad Girls (1994), China Moon (1994), 12 Monkeys (1995), The General’s Daughter (1999), and We Were Soldiers (2002). For her role in the 1993 independent film Short Cuts, she won the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress.

As of 2015, Stowe's most recent film appearance was in the 2003 thriller Octane. From 2011 to 2015, she starred as Victoria Grayson, the main antagonist of the ABC drama series Revenge. For this role, she was nominated for the 2012 Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama.

Morgan Fairchild

Morgan Fairchild (born Patsy Ann McClenny; February 3, 1950) is an American actress. She achieved prominence during the late 1970s and early 1980s with continuing roles in several television series, in which she usually conveyed a glamorous image.

Fairchild began her career on the CBS daytime soap opera Search for Tomorrow as Jennifer Pace from 1973 to 1977. In 1978, she appeared on the primetime soap opera Dallas as the first actress to portray Jenna Wade, before taking a lead role on the NBC series Flamingo Road in 1980 (for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama). In 1984, she co-starred on ABC's short-lived television drama Paper Dolls, and then appeared on Falcon Crest as attorney Jordan Roberts from 1985 to 1986. Fairchild has also performed in theater and played guest roles on television comedies, including Murphy Brown (for which she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series), Roseanne, Cybill and Friends. She is a board member of SAG-AFTRA.

Peggy Lipton

Margaret Ann "Peggy" Lipton (born August 30, 1946) is an American actress and former model. Lipton became an overnight success through her best-known role as flower child Julie Barnes in the ABC counterculture television series The Mod Squad (1968–1973) for which she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 1970. Her fifty-year career in television, film, and on stage included many roles, most notably that of Norma Jennings in David Lynch's surreal Twin Peaks. Lipton was married to the musician and producer Quincy Jones and is mother to their two daughters, Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones, who also became actresses.

Robin Wright

Robin Gayle Wright (born April 8, 1966) is an American actress. She is the recipient of seven Primetime Emmy Award nominations and has earned a Golden Globe Award and a Satellite Award for her work in television.

Wright first gained attention for her role in the NBC Daytime soap opera Santa Barbara, as Kelly Capwell from 1984 to 1988. She then made the transition to film, starring in the romantic comedy fantasy adventure film The Princess Bride (1987). This role led Wright to further success in the film industry, with starring roles in films such as the romantic comedy-drama Forrest Gump (1994), the romantic drama Message in a Bottle (1999), the superhero drama-thriller Unbreakable (2000), the historical drama The Conspirator (2010), the biographical sports drama Moneyball (2011), the mystery thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), the biographical drama Everest (2015), the superhero film Wonder Woman (2017), and the neo-noir science fiction film Blade Runner 2049 (2017).

Wright starred as Claire Underwood in the Netflix political drama web television series House of Cards, for which she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 2013, making her the first actress to win a Golden Globe for a web television series. Wright has also received consecutive Primetime Emmy Award nominations in the Outstanding Lead Actress category for House of Cards between 2013 and 2017, and the Outstanding Drama Series category in 2016 and 2017 as a producer on the show.

Wright is also one of the highest paid actresses in the United States, earning approximately US$500,000 per episode for her role in House of Cards.

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson (born 13 January 1982) is an English actress. She is known for her performances in Suburban Shootout (2005), Jane Eyre (2006), as Alice Morgan in the BBC TV psychological crime drama Luther (2010–2013, 2019), and as Alison Lockhart in the Showtime drama The Affair (2014–2018). Her film credits include The Lone Ranger (2013), Saving Mr. Banks (2013), I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House (2016), and Dark River (2017).

Wilson is a three-time Olivier Award nominee and two-time winner, earning the Best Actress for the titular role in Anna Christie, and Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Stella Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire. She has won a Golden Globe for her role in The Affair and received nominations for a British Academy Television Award for Best Actress and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama for her role in Jane Eyre.

Sela Ward

Sela Ann Ward (born July 11, 1956) is an American actress, author, and producer, best known for her roles on television beginning in the early 1980s.

Her breakthrough TV role was as Teddy Reed in the NBC drama series Sisters (1991–96), for which she received her first Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in 1994. She received her second Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama for the leading role of Lily Manning in the ABC drama series Once and Again (1999–2002). Ward later had the recurring role of Stacy Warner in the Fox medical drama House, also starred as Jo Danville in the CBS police procedural CSI: NY (2010–2013) and starred as Dana Mosier in the CBS police procedural series FBI (2018–present).She also played supporting roles in films, including The Man Who Loved Women (1983), Rustlers' Rhapsody (1985), Nothing in Common (1986), Hello Again (1987), The Fugitive (1993), My Fellow Americans (1996), The Day After Tomorrow (2004), The Guardian (2006), The Stepfather (2009), and Gone Girl (2014).

In 2016, she played the President of the United States in the science fiction film Independence Day: Resurgence.

Sharon Gless

Sharon Marguerite Gless (born May 31, 1943) is an American actress, who is known for her television roles as Maggie Philbin, the naïve, young receptionist of Frank MacBride and Pete Ryan (played by Eddie Albert and Robert Wagner) on Switch (1975–78), Sgt. Christine Cagney in the police procedural drama series Cagney & Lacey (1982–88), the title role in The Trials of Rosie O'Neill (1990–92), as Debbie Novotny in the Showtime cable television series Queer as Folk (2000–2005), and as Madeline Westen on Burn Notice (2007–2013).

A 10-time Emmy Award nominee and seven-time Golden Globe Award nominee, she won a Golden Globe in 1986 and Emmys in 1986 and 1987 for Cagney & Lacey, and a second Golden Globe in 1991 for The Trials of Rosie O'Neill. Gless received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1995.

Susan Blakely

Susan Blakely (born September 7, 1948) is an American actress and model. She is best known for her leading role in the 1976 ABC miniseries, Rich Man, Poor Man, for which she received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama. Blakely also has appeared in films including The Towering Inferno (1974), Report to the Commissioner (1975), Capone (1975), The Concorde ... Airport '79 (1979), and Over the Top (1987).

Susan Dey

Susan Hallock Dey (born December 10, 1952) is a retired American actress, known for her television roles as Laurie Partridge on the sitcom The Partridge Family from 1970 to 1974, and as Grace Van Owen on the drama series L.A. Law from 1986 to 1992. A three-time Emmy Award nominee and six-time Golden Globe Award nominee, she won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama Series for L.A. Law in 1988.

Victoria Grayson

Victoria Grayson (née: Vicki Harper) is the main antagonist of the ABC television series Revenge. She is portrayed by Madeleine Stowe.Stowe's portrayal of the character has received critical praise. She has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama.

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