Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actress

The Golden Globe for New Star of the Year – Actress was an award given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association at their annual Golden Globe Awards. The award was first introduced at the 6th Golden Globe Awards in 1948 where it was given to actress Lois Maxwell for her performance in the 1947 film That Hagen Girl.[1] It was awarded as the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Female until 1975. There were no awards in 1949, and between 1954 and 1965 there were multiple winners. From 1976 to 1979, the award was called Best Acting Debut in a Motion Picture – Female. From 1980 to 1983, the award was called New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture – Female. A male actor did not receive the Award in 1982. The final recipient of the award was actress Sandahl Bergman for her performance in the 1982 film Conan the Barbarian.[2] The category was discontinued following the 1983 ceremony.

Golden Globe for New Star of the Year – Actress
Awarded forBest New Female Star in a Motion Picture
LocationUnited States
Presented byHollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded1948
Currently held bySandahl Bergman for Conan the Barbarian (1982)
Websitewww.goldenglobes.com

List of recipients

Year Image Recipient(s) Film Ref.
1948 Lois maxwell in The Dark Past movie Lois Maxwell That Hagen Girl [1]
1949 No award [3]
1950 Mercedes McCambridge - 1950 Mercedes McCambridge All the King's Men [4]
1951 No award [3]
1952 Pier Angeli 1957 Pier Angeli Teresa [5]
1953 Colette Marchand Moulin Rouge [6]
1954 Pat Crowley in Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1965) Pat Crowley Forever Female and Money from Home [7]
Bella Darvi The Egyptian and Hell and High Water
Barbara Rush Barbara Rush It Came from Outer Space
1955 Shirley MacLaine - 1960jpg Shirley MacLaine The Trouble with Harry [8]
Kim Novak 1957 Kim Novak Phffft
Karen Sharpe The High and the Mighty
1956 Anita Ekberg 1956 Anita Ekberg Blood Alley [9]
Victoria Shaw The Eddy Duchin Story
Dana Wynter - 1962 Dana Wynter The View from Pompey's Head
1957 Carroll Baker headshot in Photoplay Carroll Baker Baby Doll and Giant [10]
Jayne Mansfield (Kiss them for me-1957) Jayne Mansfield The Girl Can't Help It
Natalie Wood 1958 cropped Natalie Wood Rebel Without a Cause
1958 Sandra Dee 1961 Sandra Dee Until They Sail [11]
Carolyn Jones 1956 Carolyn Jones
Peyton Place 6 Diane Varsi Peyton Place
1959 Linda Cristal The High Chaparral 1967 Linda Cristal The Perfect Furlough [12]
Susan Kohner from Imitation of Life Susan Kohner The Gene Krupa Story
Tina Louise 1964 Tina Louise God's Little Acre
1960 Angie Dickinson - 1982 Angie Dickinson Rio Bravo [13]
Janet Munro Darby O'Gill and the Little People
Stella Stevens Stella Stevens Say One for Me
Tuesday Weld circa 1960 Tuesday Weld The Diary of Anne Frank
1961 Nancy Kwan in Honeymoon Hotel Nancy Kwan The World of Suzie Wong [14]
Hayley Mills Pollyanna
Ina Balin 1960 Ina Balin From the Terrace
1962 Ann Margret 1968 Ann-Margret Pocketful of Miracles [15]
Jane Fonda 1963 Jane Fonda Tall Story
DEG BRET 222 Christine Kaufmann Town Without Pity
1963 Patty Duke in The Patty Duke Show - ABC Television, September 18, 1963 (The French Teacher) Patty Duke The Miracle Worker [16]
Sue Lyon Tony Rome 1967 Sue Lyon Lolita
Rita Tushingham A Taste of Honey
1964 Ursula Andress Galería Elmyr Ursula Andress Dr. No [17]
Tippi Hedren Tippi Hedren The Birds
Elke Sommer 1965 Elke Sommer The Prize
1965 Mary Ann Mobley Get Yourself a College Girl [18]
Mia Farrow 1964 Mia Farrow Guns at Batasi
Celia Kaye Celia Kaye Island of the Blue Dolphins
1966 Elizabeth Hartman 1965 Elizabeth Hartman A Patch of Blue [19]
1967 Camilla Sparv Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round [20]
1968 Katharine Ross - Buddwing Katharine Ross The Graduate [21]
1969 Olivia Hussey ca. 1974 Olivia Hussey Romeo and Juliet [22]
1970 Ali MacGraw - 1972 Ali MacGraw Goodbye, Columbus [23]
1971 Carrie Snodgress Diary of a Mad Housewife [24]
1972 Twiggy The Boy Friend [25]
1973 Diana Ross 1976 Diana Ross Lady Sings the Blues [26]
1974 Tatum O'Neal - November 2014 (cropped) Tatum O'Neal Paper Moon [27]
1975 Susan Flannery 39th Daytime Emmy Awards Susan Flannery The Towering Inferno [28]
1976 Marilyn Hassett The Other Side of the Mountain [29]
1977 Jessica Lange (Cropped) Jessica Lange King Kong [30]
1978 No award [3]
1979 Irene Miracle Midnight Express [31]
1980 Bette Midler 1979 2 Bette Midler The Rose [32]
1981 Nastassja Kinski 2009 Nastassja Kinski Tess [33]
1982 No award [3]
1983 Sandahl Bergman on Count Gore De Vol Sandahl Bergman Conan the Barbarian [2]

See also

References

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  2. ^ a b "Winners & Nominees 1983". The Golden Globes. Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
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  29. ^ "Winners & Nominees 1976". The Golden Globes. Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
  30. ^ "Winners & Nominees 1977". The Golden Globes. Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
  31. ^ "Winners & Nominees 1979". The Golden Globes. Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
  32. ^ "Winners & Nominees 1980". The Golden Globes. Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
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