Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama 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 – Comedy or Musical.

The formal title has varied since its inception. In 2005, it was officially called "Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama". As of 2013, the wording is "Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama".

It is notable for being the category in which the only three-way tie in Golden Globe history occurred, when Jodie Foster, Shirley MacLaine, and Sigourney Weaver all won the award in 1989 at the 46th Golden Globe Awards.[1]

Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
Awarded forBest Performance by a Leading Actress in a Drama
LocationUnited States
Presented byHollywood Foreign Press Association
Currently held byGlenn Close for The Wife (2019)
Websitehttp://www.goldenglobes.com/

Winners and nominees

Olivia de Havilland Publicity Photo 1938
Olivia de Havilland won for her role in The Heiress (1949).
Audrey Hepburn 1956
Audrey Hepburn won for her role in Roman Holiday (1953).
Grace Kelly MGM photo
Grace Kelly won for her role in 1954's The Country Girl.
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Elizabeth Taylor won once from four nominations in 1959's Suddenly, Last Summer'.
Jane Fonda Cannes 2015
Jane Fonda won three times from five nominations for her roles in Klute (1971), Julia (1977) and Coming Home (1978).
Sally Field - 1981
Sally Field won this award twice for her roles in 1979's Norma Rae and 1984's Places in the Heart.
Meryl Streep by Jack Mitchell
Meryl Streep has received fourteen nominations in this category, winning three times for The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981), Sophie's Choice (1982) and The Iron Lady (2011).
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Shirley MacLaine won twice for her roles in 1983's Terms of Endearment and 1988's Madame Sousatzka.
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Marlee Matlin won for her performance in Children of a Lesser God (1986).
Jodie Foster
Jodie Foster has been nominated five times in this category, winning twice for her roles in The Accused (1988) and The Silence of the Lambs (1991). She achieved these two wins before she turned 30 years old.
Emma Thompson 2009
Emma Thompson won for her role in Howards End (1992).
Jessica Lange (Cropped)
Jessica Lange was nominated five times, winning once in 1995 for her role in Blue Sky (1994).
Cate Blanchett Cannes 2015
Cate Blanchett won twice for her roles in Elizabeth (1998) Blue Jasmine (2013).
Hilary Swank at 28th Tokyo International Film Festival
Hilary Swank won this award twice for her roles in Boys Don't Cry (1999) and Million Dollar Baby (2004).
Julia Roberts Cannes 2016
Julia Roberts won for playing Erin Brockovich in Erin Brockovich (2000).
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Sissy Spacek won once from four nominations for her performance in In the Bedroom (2001)
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Nicole Kidman won once from five nominations for playing Virginia Woolf in The Hours (2002).
Helen Mirren 2014
Helen Mirren won for portraying Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen (2006).
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Kate Winslet won for her role in Revolutionary Road (2008).
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Sandra Bullock won for her role in The Blind Side (2009).
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Natalie Portman won for her role in Black Swan (2010).
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Julianne Moore won for her role in Still Alice (2014).
Brie Larson by Gage Skidmore
Brie Larson won for her role in Room (2015).
Isabelle Huppert Cannes 2018
Isabelle Huppert won for her performance in Elle (2016).
Glenn Close 2012
Glenn Close won for her performance in The Wife (2018).

1940s

Year Actress Character Film
1943 Jennifer Jones Bernadette Soubirous The Song of Bernadette
1944 Ingrid Bergman Paula Alquist Anton Gaslight
1945 Ingrid Bergman Sister Mary Benedict The Bells of St. Mary's
1946 Rosalind Russell Sister Elizabeth Kenny Sister Kenny
1947 Rosalind Russell Lavinia Mannon Mourning Becomes Electra
1948 Jane Wyman Belinda MacDonald Johnny Belinda
1949 Olivia de Havilland Catherine Sloper The Heiress
Deborah Kerr Evelyn Boult Edward, My Son

1950s

Year Actress Character Film
1950 Gloria Swanson Norma Desmond Sunset Boulevard
Bette Davis Margo Channing All About Eve
Judy Holliday Billie Dawn Born Yesterday
1951 Jane Wyman LouLou Mason The Blue Veil
Vivien Leigh Blanche DuBois A Streetcar Named Desire
Shelley Winters Alice Tripp A Place in the Sun
1952 Shirley Booth Lola Delaney Come Back, Little Sheba
Joan Crawford Myra Hudson Sudden Fear
Olivia de Havilland Rachel Sangalletti Ashley My Cousin Rachel
1953 Audrey Hepburn Princess Ann ("Anya Smith") Roman Holiday
1954 Grace Kelly Georgie Elgin The Country Girl
1955 Anna Magnani Serafina Delle Rose The Rose Tattoo
1956 Ingrid Bergman Anna Koreff ("Anastasia") Anastasia
Carroll Baker Baby Doll Meighan Baby Doll
Helen Hayes Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovona Anastasia
Audrey Hepburn Natasha Rostova War and Peace
Katharine Hepburn Lizzie Curry The Rainmaker
1957 Joanne Woodward Eve White / Eve Black / Jane The Three Faces of Eve
Marlene Dietrich Christine Vole/Helm Witness for the Prosecution
Deborah Kerr Sister Angela Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
Anna Magnani Gioia Wild is the Wind
Eva Marie Saint Celia Pope A Hatful of Rain
1958 Susan Hayward Barbara Graham I Want to Live!
Ingrid Bergman Gladys Aylward The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
Deborah Kerr Sibyl Railton-Bell Separate Tables
Shirley MacLaine Ginny Moorehead Some Came Running
Jean Simmons Charlotte Bronn Home Before Dark
1959 Elizabeth Taylor Catherine Holly Suddenly, Last Summer
Audrey Hepburn Sister Luke The Nun's Story
Katharine Hepburn Violet Venable Suddenly, Last Summer
Lee Remick Laura Manion Anatomy of a Murder
Simone Signoret Alice Aisgill Room at the Top

1960s

Year Actress Character Film
1960 Greer Garson Eleanor Roosevelt Sunrise at Campobello
Doris Day Kit Preston Midnight Lace
Nancy Kwan Suzie Wong The World of Suzie Wong
Jean Simmons Sharon Falconer Elmer Gantry
Elizabeth Taylor Gloria Wandrous BUtterfield 8
1961 Geraldine Page Alma Winemiller Summer and Smoke
Leslie Caron Fanny Fanny
Shirley MacLaine Martha Dobie The Children's Hour
Claudia McNeil Lena Younger A Raisin in the Sun
Natalie Wood Deanie Loomis Splendor in the Grass
1962 Geraldine Page Alexandra Del Lago Sweet Bird of Youth
Anne Bancroft Annie Sullivan The Miracle Worker
Bette Davis Jane Hudson What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Katharine Hepburn Mary Tyrone Long Day's Journey into Night
Glynis Johns Teresa Harnish The Chapman Report
Melina Mercouri Phaedra Phaedra
Lee Remick Kirsten Arnesen Clay Days of Wine and Roses
Susan Strasberg Rosanna Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man
Shelley Winters Charlotte Haze-Humbert Lolita
Susannah York Cecily Koertner Freud: The Secret Passion
1963 Leslie Caron Jane Fosset The L-Shaped Room
Polly Bergen Lorna Medford The Caretakers
Geraldine Page Carrie Berniers Toys in the Attic
Rachel Roberts Margaret Hammond This Sporting Life
Romy Schneider Annemarie von Hartman The Cardinal
Alida Valli La Italiana The Paper Man
Marina Vlady Regina The Conjugal Bed
Natalie Wood Angie Rossini Love with the Proper Stranger
1964 Anne Bancroft Jo Armitage The Pumpkin Eater
Ava Gardner Maxine Faulk The Night of the Iguana
Rita Hayworth Lili Alfredo Circus World
Geraldine Page Evie Jackson Dear Heart
Jean Seberg Lilith Arthur Lilith
1965 Samantha Eggar Miranda Grey The Collector
Julie Christie Diana Scott Darling
Elizabeth Hartman Selina D'Arcey A Patch of Blue
Simone Signoret La Condesa Ship of Fools
Maggie Smith Desdemona Othello
1966 Anouk Aimée Anne Gauthier A Man and a Woman
Ida Kaminska Rozalie Lautmann The Shop on Main Street
Virginia McKenna Joy Born Free
Elizabeth Taylor Martha Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Natalie Wood Alva Starr This Property Is Condemned
1967 Edith Evans Maggie Ross The Whisperers
Faye Dunaway Bonnie Parker Bonnie and Clyde
Audrey Hepburn Susy Hendrix Wait Until Dark
Katharine Hepburn Christina Drayton Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Anne Heywood Ellen March The Fox
1968 Joanne Woodward Rachel Cameron Rachel, Rachel
Mia Farrow Rosemary Woodhouse Rosemary's Baby
Katharine Hepburn Eleanor of Aquitaine The Lion in Winter
Vanessa Redgrave Isadora Duncan Isadora
Beryl Reid June "George" Buckridge The Killing of Sister George
1969 Geneviève Bujold Anne Boleyn Anne of the Thousand Days
Jane Fonda Gloria Beatty They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
Liza Minnelli Pookie Adams The Sterile Cuckoo
Jean Simmons Mary Wilson The Happy Ending
Maggie Smith Jean Brodie The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

1970s

Year Actress Character Film
1970 Ali MacGraw Jennifer Cavalleri Love Story
Faye Dunaway Lou Andreas Sand Puzzle of a Downfall Child
Glenda Jackson Gudrun Brangwen Women in Love
Melina Mercouri Nina Kacew Promise at Dawn
Sarah Miles Rosy Ryan Ryan's Daughter
1971 Jane Fonda Bree Daniels Klute
Dyan Cannon Julie Messinger Such Good Friends
Glenda Jackson Elizabeth I of England Mary, Queen of Scots
Vanessa Redgrave Mary, Queen of Scots Mary, Queen of Scots
Jessica Walter Evelyn Draper Play Misty For Me
1972 Liv Ullmann Kristina The Emigrants
Diana Ross Billie Holiday Lady Sings the Blues
Cicely Tyson Rebecca Morgan Sounder
Trish Van Devere Aimee Brower One is a Lonely Number
Tuesday Weld Maria Wyeth Play It as It Lays
Joanne Woodward Beatrice Hunsdorfer The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds
1973 Marsha Mason Maggie Paul Cinderella Liberty
Ellen Burstyn Chris MacNeil The Exorcist
Barbra Streisand Kate Morosky The Way We Were
Elizabeth Taylor Barbara Sawyer Ash Wednesday
Joanne Woodward Rita Walden Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams
1974 Gena Rowlands Mabel Longhetti A Woman Under the Influence
Ellen Burstyn Alice Hyatt Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Faye Dunaway Evelyn Cross Mulwray Chinatown
Valerie Perrine Honey Bruce Lenny
Liv Ullmann Marianne Scenes From a Marriage
1975 Louise Fletcher Nurse Ratched One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Karen Black Faye Greener The Day of the Locust
Faye Dunaway Kathy Hale Three Days of the Condor
Marilyn Hassett Jill Kinmont The Other Side of the Mountain
Glenda Jackson Hedda Gabler Hedda
1976 Faye Dunaway Diana Christensen Network
Glenda Jackson Sarah Bernhardt The Incredible Sarah
Sarah Miles Anne Osbourne The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea
Talia Shire Adrian Pennino Rocky
Liv Ullmann Dr. Jenny Isaksson Face to Face
1977 Jane Fonda Lillian Hellman Julia
Anne Bancroft Emma Jacklin The Turning Point
Diane Keaton Theresa Dunn Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Kathleen Quinlan Deborah Blake I Never Promised You a Rose Garden
Gena Rowlands Myrtle Gordon Opening Night
1978 Jane Fonda Sally Hyde Coming Home
Ingrid Bergman Charlotte Andergast Autumn Sonata
Jill Clayburgh Erica An Unmarried Woman
Glenda Jackson Stevie Smith Stevie
Geraldine Page Eve Interiors
1979 Sally Field Norma Rae Webster Norma Rae
Jill Clayburgh Caterina Silveri La Luna
Lisa Eichhorn Jean Moreton Yanks
Jane Fonda Kimberly Wells The China Syndrome
Marsha Mason Dr. Alexandra Kendall Promises in the Dark

1980s

Year Actress Character Film
1980 Mary Tyler Moore Beth Jarrett Ordinary People
Ellen Burstyn Edna Mae McCauley Resurrection
Nastassja Kinski Tess Durbeyfield Tess
Deborah Raffin Lena Canada Touched by Love
Gena Rowlands Gloria Swenson Gloria
1981 Meryl Streep Sarah Woodruff / Anna The French Lieutenant's Woman
Sally Field Megan Carter Absence of Malice
Katharine Hepburn Ethel Thayer On Golden Pond
Diane Keaton Louise Bryant Reds
Sissy Spacek Nita Longley Raggedy Man
1982 Meryl Streep Sophie Zawistowska Sophie's Choice
Diane Keaton Faith Dunlap Shoot the Moon
Jessica Lange Frances Farmer Frances
Sissy Spacek Beth Horman Missing
Debra Winger Paula Pokrifki An Officer and a Gentleman
1983 Shirley MacLaine Aurora Greenway Terms of Endearment
Jane Alexander Carol Amen Testament
Bonnie Bedelia Shirley Roque Heart Like a Wheel
Meryl Streep Karen Silkwood Silkwood
Debra Winger Emma Greenway Horton Terms of Endearment
1984 Sally Field Edna Spalding Places in the Heart
Diane Keaton Kate Soffel Mrs. Soffel
Jessica Lange Jewell Ivy Country
Vanessa Redgrave Olive Chancellor The Bostonians
Sissy Spacek Mae Garvey The River
1985 Whoopi Goldberg Celie Johnson The Color Purple
Anne Bancroft Miriam Ruth Agnes of God
Cher Florence "Rusty" Dennis Mask
Geraldine Page Carrie Watts The Trip to Bountiful
Meryl Streep Karen Blixen Out of Africa
1986 Marlee Matlin Sarah Norman Children of a Lesser God
Julie Andrews Stephanie Anderson Duet for One
Anne Bancroft Thelma Cates 'night, Mother
Farrah Fawcett Marjorie Extremities
Sigourney Weaver Ellen Ripley Aliens
1987 Sally Kirkland Anna Anna
Rachel Chagall Gaby Gaby: A True Story
Glenn Close Alex Forrest Fatal Attraction
Faye Dunaway Wanda Wilcox Barfly
Barbra Streisand Claudia Draper Nuts
1988 Jodie Foster Sarah Tobias The Accused
Shirley MacLaine Yuvline Sousatzka Madame Sousatzka
Sigourney Weaver Dian Fossey Gorillas in the Mist
Christine Lahti Annie Pope/Cynthia Manfield Running on Empty
Meryl Streep Lindy Chamberlain A Cry in the Dark
1989 Michelle Pfeiffer Susie Diamond The Fabulous Baker Boys
Sally Field M'Lynn Eatenton Steel Magnolias
Jessica Lange Ann Talbot Music Box
Andie MacDowell Ann Bishop Mullany Sex, Lies, and Videotape
Liv Ullmann Gabriele The Rose Garden

1990s

Year Actress Character Film
1990 Kathy Bates Annie Wilkes Misery
Anjelica Huston Lilly Dillon The Grifters
Michelle Pfeiffer Katya Orlova The Russia House
Susan Sarandon Nora Baker White Palace
Joanne Woodward India Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Bridge
1991 Jodie Foster Clarice Starling The Silence of the Lambs
Annette Bening Virginia Hill Bugsy
Geena Davis Thelma Dickinson Thelma & Louise
Laura Dern Rose Rambling Rose
Susan Sarandon Louise Sawyer Thelma & Louise
1992 Emma Thompson Margaret Schlegel Howards End
Mary McDonnell May-Alice Culhane Passion Fish
Michelle Pfeiffer Lurene Hallett Love Field
Susan Sarandon Michaela Odone Lorenzo's Oil
Sharon Stone Catherine Tramell Basic Instinct
1993 Holly Hunter Ada McGrath The Piano
Juliette Binoche Julie de Courcy Three Colors: Blue
Michelle Pfeiffer Ellen Olenska The Age of Innocence
Emma Thompson Sally Kenton The Remains of the Day
Debra Winger Martha Horgan A Dangerous Woman
1994 Jessica Lange Carly Marshall Blue Sky
Jodie Foster Nell Kellty Nell
Jennifer Jason Leigh Dorothy Parker Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle
Miranda Richardson Vivienne Haigh-Wood Tom & Viv
Meryl Streep Gail Hartman The River Wild
1995 Sharon Stone Ginger McKenna Casino
Susan Sarandon Helen Prejean Dead Man Walking
Elisabeth Shue Sera Leaving Las Vegas
Meryl Streep Francesca Johnson The Bridges of Madison County
Emma Thompson Elinor Dashwood Sense and Sensibility
1996 Brenda Blethyn Cynthia Rose Purley Secrets & Lies
Courtney Love Althea Leasure The People vs. Larry Flynt
Kristin Scott Thomas Katharine Clifton The English Patient
Meryl Streep Lee Marvin's Room
Emily Watson Bess McNeill Breaking the Waves
1997 Judi Dench Queen Victoria Mrs Brown
Helena Bonham Carter Kate Croy The Wings of the Dove
Jodie Foster Eleanor Arroway Contact
Jessica Lange Ginny Cook Smith A Thousand Acres
Kate Winslet Rose DeWitt Bukater Titanic
1998 Cate Blanchett Queen Elizabeth I Elizabeth
Fernanda Montenegro Dora Central Station
Susan Sarandon Jackie Harrison Stepmom
Meryl Streep Kate Gulden One True Thing
Emily Watson Jacqueline du Pré Hilary and Jackie
1999 Hilary Swank Brandon Teena Boys Don't Cry
Annette Bening Carolyn Burnham American Beauty
Julianne Moore Sarah Myles The End of the Affair
Meryl Streep Roberta Guaspari Music of the Heart
Sigourney Weaver Alice Goodwin A Map of the World

2000s

Year Actress Character Film
2000 Julia Roberts Erin Brockovich Erin Brockovich
Joan Allen Laine Hanson The Contender
Björk Selma Ježková Dancer in the Dark
Ellen Burstyn Sara Goldfarb Requiem for a Dream
Laura Linney Samantha "Sammy" Prescott You Can Count On Me
2001 Sissy Spacek Ruth Fowler In the Bedroom
Halle Berry Leticia Musgrove Monster's Ball
Judi Dench Iris Murdoch Iris
Nicole Kidman Grace Stewart The Others
Tilda Swinton Margaret Hall The Deep End
2002 Nicole Kidman Virginia Woolf The Hours
Salma Hayek Frida Kahlo Frida
Diane Lane Connie Summer Unfaithful
Julianne Moore Cathy Whitaker Far from Heaven
Meryl Streep Clarissa Vaughan The Hours
2003 Charlize Theron Aileen Wuornos Monster
Cate Blanchett Veronica Guerin Veronica Guerin
Scarlett Johansson Griet Huller Girl with a Pearl Earring
Nicole Kidman Ada Monroe Cold Mountain
Uma Thurman The Bride Kill Bill: Volume 1
Evan Rachel Wood Tracy Freeland Thirteen
2004 Hilary Swank Maggie Fitzgerald Million Dollar Baby
Scarlett Johansson Pursy Will A Love Song for Bobby Long
Nicole Kidman Anna Wicker Birth
Imelda Staunton Vera Drake Vera Drake
Uma Thurman Beatrix Kiddo (The Bride) Kill Bill: Volume 2
2005 Felicity Huffman Bree Osbourne Transamerica
Maria Bello Edie Stall A History of Violence
Gwyneth Paltrow Catherine Posey Proof
Charlize Theron Josey Aimes North Country
Ziyi Zhang Chiyo Sakamoto/Sayuri Nitta Memoirs of a Geisha
2006 Helen Mirren Queen Elizabeth II The Queen
Penélope Cruz Raimunda Paula Volver
Judi Dench Barbara Covett Notes on a Scandal
Maggie Gyllenhaal Sherry Swanson Sherrybaby
Kate Winslet Sarah Pierce Little Children
2007 Julie Christie Fiona Anderson Away from Her
Cate Blanchett Queen Elizabeth I Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Jodie Foster Erica Bain The Brave One
Angelina Jolie Mariane Pearl A Mighty Heart
Keira Knightley Cecilia Tallis Atonement
2008 Kate Winslet April Wheeler Revolutionary Road
Anne Hathaway Kym Bachman Rachel Getting Married
Angelina Jolie Christine Collins Changeling
Kristin Scott Thomas Juliette Fontaine I've Loved You So Long
Meryl Streep Sister Aloysius Beauvier Doubt
2009 Sandra Bullock Leigh Anne Tuohy The Blind Side
Emily Blunt Queen Victoria The Young Victoria
Helen Mirren Sofya Tolstoy The Last Station
Carey Mulligan Jenny Mellor An Education
Gabourey Sidibe Claireece "Precious" Jones Precious

2010s

Year Actress Character Film
2010 Natalie Portman Nina Sayers Black Swan
Halle Berry Frankie / Genius / Alice Frankie & Alice
Nicole Kidman Becca Corbett Rabbit Hole
Jennifer Lawrence Ree Dolly Winter's Bone
Michelle Williams Cindy Hiller Blue Valentine
2011 Meryl Streep Margaret Thatcher The Iron Lady
Glenn Close Albert Nobbs Albert Nobbs
Viola Davis Aibileen Clark The Help
Rooney Mara Lisbeth Salander The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Tilda Swinton Eva Khatchadourian We Need to Talk About Kevin
2012 Jessica Chastain Maya Zero Dark Thirty
Marion Cotillard Stéphanie Rust and Bone
Helen Mirren Alma Reville Hitchcock
Naomi Watts Maria Bennett The Impossible
Rachel Weisz Hester Collyer The Deep Blue Sea
2013 Cate Blanchett Jeanette "Jasmine" Francis Blue Jasmine
Sandra Bullock Dr. Ryan Stone Gravity
Judi Dench Philomena Lee Philomena
Emma Thompson P. L. Travers Saving Mr. Banks
Kate Winslet Adele Wheeler Labor Day
2014 Julianne Moore Dr. Alice Howland Still Alice
Jennifer Aniston Claire Bennett Cake
Felicity Jones Jane Hawking The Theory of Everything
Rosamund Pike Amy Elliott-Dunne Gone Girl
Reese Witherspoon Cheryl Strayed Wild
2015 Brie Larson Joy "Ma" Newsome Room
Cate Blanchett Carol Aird Carol
Rooney Mara Therese Belivet Carol
Saoirse Ronan Eilis Lacey Brooklyn
Alicia Vikander Gerda Wegener The Danish Girl
2016 Isabelle Huppert Michèle Leblanc Elle
Amy Adams Dr. Louise Banks Arrival
Jessica Chastain Elizabeth Sloane Miss Sloane
Ruth Negga Mildred Loving Loving
Natalie Portman Jackie Kennedy Jackie
2017 Frances McDormand Mildred Hayes Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Jessica Chastain Molly Bloom Molly's Game
Sally Hawkins Elisa Esposito The Shape of Water
Meryl Streep Katharine Graham The Post
Michelle Williams Gail Harris All the Money in the World
2018 Glenn Close Joan Castleman The Wife
Lady Gaga Ally Maine A Star Is Born
Nicole Kidman Erin Bell Destroyer
Melissa McCarthy Lee Israel Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Rosamund Pike Marie Colvin A Private War

Multiple nominees

14 nominations
6 nominations
5 nominations
4 nominations
3 nominations
2 nominations

Multiple winners

3 wins
2 wins

See also

References

  1. ^ "Trivia". Golden Globes website. Retrieved 2 November 2017.
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Grace Kelly filmography

Grace Kelly (November 12, 1929 – September 14, 1982) was an American actress who made her debut on television in the play "Old Lady Robbins" (1948) on the anthology series, Kraft Television Theatre. In 1950, she made numerous television appearances on anthology series including The Philco Television Playhouse, Studio One, The Clock, The Web, and Danger. The following year, Kelly played Helen Pettigrew in the television play "Berkeley Square" on the Prudential Family Playhouse. In 1952, she portrayed Dulcinea in the drama "Don Quixote" on the anthology series CBS Television Workshop. In the same year, Kelly also starred in a number of other anthology series including Hallmark Hall of Fame, Lux Video Theatre, and Suspense.

Kelly's film debut was a minor role in the 1951 drama Fourteen Hours. She followed this with an appearance in the western High Noon opposite Gary Cooper. For her performance as Linda Nortley in John Ford's Mogambo she received the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress, and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 1954, she starred in Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers Dial M for Murder opposite Ray Milland, and Rear Window opposite James Stewart. In the same year, she portrayed a long-suffering wife of an alcoholic actor played by Bing Crosby in The Country Girl (1954) for which Kelly received the Academy Award for Best Actress, and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama in 1955. She reteamed with Hitchcock on the romantic thriller To Catch a Thief (1955) opposite Cary Grant. In 1956, she appeared in the romantic comedy The Swan, and the musical comedy High Society. Later that year, the 26-year-old Kelly retired from acting to marry Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and become the Princess of Monaco.

List of awards and nominations received by Sharon Stone

American actress Sharon Stone has won 10 awards from 41 nominations, including one Emmy Award, one Golden Globe Award, and two MTV Movie Awards. She has also received several "dishonors" for poor performances in films, earning three Golden Raspberry Awards, and two Stinkers Bad Movie Awards.

Stone's breakout role as Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct (1992) earned her a Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Golden Globe Award, and Saturn Award nominations. This was followed by two nominations for MTV Movie Award for Most Desirable Female for the films Sliver (1993) and The Specialist (1994). For her role as Ginger McKenna in Casino (1995), she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama and received her only Academy Award nomination for the same category. She guest starred as an attorney who believes she can communicate with God in The Practice (1997–2004), a role that earned her the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series. In Basic Instinct 2 (2006), her return to the character Tramell received mixed critical reviews, and garnered her a Golden Raspberry Award.

Stone has also received a number of non-performance honors. She was inducted to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1995 for her contribution to acting. The actress was nominated for Golden Apple Award for being easy to work with according to her co-stars. In 2005, she was named Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters in France. She received recognition at the 2006 Women Film Critics Circle Awards for her collaborations with AmfAR with their research on AIDS.

Natalie Portman filmography

Natalie Portman is an actress, producer, and director with dual American and Israeli citizenship. Portman made her film debut in Luc Besson's Léon: The Professional where she starred as a vengeful child assassin. She followed this by appearing in Michael Mann's crime thriller Heat (1995), Ted Demme's romantic comedy Beautiful Girls (1996), and Tim Burton's science fiction comedy Mars Attacks! (1996). Three years later, her supporting role as the precocious, responsible daughter of a narcissistic mother played by Susan Sarandon in the drama Anywhere but Here earned Portman her first Golden Globe Award nomination. In the same year, Portman played Padmé Amidala in the first of the Star Wars prequel trilogy Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace which garnered her international recognition. She reprised the role in its sequels Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002), and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005).

For her role as a stripper in the 2004 romantic drama Closer she received the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Two years later Portman portrayed vigilante Evey Hammond in the political thriller V for Vendetta for which she received the Saturn Award for Best Actress. In the same year, she hosted Saturday Night Live. In 2009, she starred as an adulteress in The Other Woman, which she also executively produced. In 2010, Portman's performance as a mentally tortured ballerina in Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller Black Swan garnered her the Academy Award for Best Actress, the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, and the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.In 2011, she appeared in the comedies No Strings Attached and Your Highness. In the same year, Portman also played Jane Foster, the titular superhero's scientist girlfriend in Thor. She reprised this role in its sequel Thor: The Dark World (2013). In 2015, she starred in Terrence Malick's romantic drama Knight of Cups, and made her feature film directorial debut with A Tale of Love and Darkness, an adaptation of Amos Oz's autobiographical novel of the same name; she also starred in the film. The following year, Portman played Jacqueline Kennedy in the biographical drama Jackie, for which she received nominations for Best Actress at the BAFTAs, Golden Globes, and Academy Awards.

Polly Bergen

Polly Bergen (born Nellie Paulina Burgin; July 14, 1930 – September 20, 2014) was an American actress, singer, television host, writer and entrepreneur.

She won an Emmy Award in 1958 for her performance as Helen Morgan in The Helen Morgan Story. For her stage work she was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance as Carlotta Campion in Follies in 2001. Her film work included Cape Fear (1962) and The Caretakers (1963), for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama. She hosted her own variety show for one season (The Polly Bergen Show), and as an author wrote three books on beauty, fashion and charm.

Rooney Mara

Patricia Rooney Mara ( MAIR-ə; born April 17, 1985) is an American actress. She began her career playing supporting roles in several independent films, including the coming-of-age drama film Tanner Hall (2009), before starring as Nancy Holbrook in the 2010 remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street and as Erica Albright in the biographical drama film The Social Network (2010).

In 2011, Mara had a career breakthrough when she portrayed Lisbeth Salander, the title character in David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, based on Stieg Larsson's Millennium book series. She received critical acclaim for her performance and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama. In 2013, she starred in the thriller Side Effects, the independent drama Ain't Them Bodies Saints, and the acclaimed sci-fi romantic drama Her. The following year, she starred in the adventure drama film Trash (2014). In 2015, she garnered further critical acclaim for her performance in Todd Haynes' romantic drama Carol, for which she tied for the Best Actress Award at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, and received nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, SAG Award, BAFTA Award and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Mara is also known for her charity work and oversees the charity Uweza Foundation, which supports empowerment programs for children and families in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya, one of the largest slums in Africa.

Ruth Negga

Ruth Negga (; born 7 January 1982) is an Ethiopian-Irish actress who has appeared in the films Capital Letters (2004) (also released as Trafficked in some countries), Isolation (2005), Breakfast on Pluto (2005) and Warcraft (2016). She has also played roles in television, such as in the BBC mini-series Criminal Justice, RTÉ's Love/Hate, E4's Misfits, and ABC's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. In 2016, she began a starring role as Tulip O'Hare in AMC's Preacher.

For her portrayal of Mildred Loving in Loving (2016), Negga was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama, Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress and won an Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actress, as well as the BAFTA Rising Star Award.

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.

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