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Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Television Series Drama

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The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama (official name: Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama) is one of the annual television awards given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Winners and nominees

1960s

1969: Linda Cristal - The High Chaparral as Victoria Montoya

1970s

1970: Peggy Lipton - The Mod Squad as Julie Barnes

1971: Patricia Neal - The Homecoming: A Christmas Story as Olivia Walton

1972: Gail Fisher - Mannix as Peggy Fair

1973: Lee Remick - The Blue Knight as Cassie Walters

1974: Angie Dickinson - Police Woman as Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson

1975: Lee Remick - Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill as Jennie Churchill

1976: Susan Blakely - Rich Man, Poor Man as Julie Prescott

1977: Lesley Ann Warren - 79 Park Avenue as Marja Fludjicki/Marianne

1978: Rosemary Harris - Holocaust as Berta Palitz Weiss

1979: Natalie Wood - From Here to Eternity as Karen Holmes

1980s

1980: Yoko Shimada - Shōgun as Lady Toda Buntaro

1981: Linda Evans - Dynasty as Krystle Carrington
1981: Barbara Bel Geddes - Dallas as Miss Ellie Ewing

1982: Joan Collins - Dynasty as Alexis Carrington

1983: Jane Wyman - Falcon Crest as Angela Channing

1984: Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote as Jessica Fletcher

1985: Sharon Gless - Cagney & Lacey as Christine Cagney

1986: Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote as Jessica Fletcher

1987: Susan Dey - L.A. Law as Grace Van Owen

1988: Jill Eikenberry - L.A. Law as Ann Kelsey

1989: Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote as Jessica Fletcher

1990s

1990: Sharon Gless - The Trials of Rosie O'Neill as Fiona Rose "Rosie" O'Neill
1990: Patricia Wettig - thirtysomething as Nancy Weston

1991: Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote as Jessica Fletcher

1992: Regina Taylor - I'll Fly Away as Lily Harper

1993: Kathy Baker - Picket Fences as Jill Brock

1994: Claire Danes - My So-Called Life as Angela Chase

1995: Jane Seymour - Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman as Dr. Michaela Quinn

1996: Gillian Anderson - The X-Files as Special Agent Dana Scully

1997: Christine Lahti - Chicago Hope as Dr. Kate Austin

1998: Keri Russell - Felicity as Felicity Porter

1999: Edie Falco - The Sopranos as Carmela Soprano

2000s

2000: Sela Ward - Once and Again as Lily Manning

2001: Jennifer Garner - Alias as Sydney Bristow

2002: Edie Falco - The Sopranos as Carmela Soprano

Year Actress Character TV series
2003 Frances Conroy Ruth Fisher Six Feet Under
Jennifer Garner Sydney Bristow Alias
Allison Janney C.J. Cregg The West Wing
Joely Richardson Julia McNamara Nip/Tuck
Amber Tamblyn Joan Girardi Joan of Arcadia
2004 Mariska Hargitay Olivia Benson Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Edie Falco Carmela Soprano The Sopranos
Jennifer Garner Sydney Bristow Alias
Christine Lahti Grace McCallister Jack & Bobby
Joely Richardson Julia McNamara Nip/Tuck
2005 Geena Davis Mackenzie Allen Commander In Chief
Patricia Arquette Allison DuBois Medium
Glenn Close Monica Rawling The Shield
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer
Polly Walker Atia of the Julii Rome
2006 Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer
Patricia Arquette Allison DuBois Medium
Edie Falco Carmela Soprano The Sopranos
Evangeline Lilly Kate Austen Lost
Ellen Pompeo Meredith Grey Grey's Anatomy
2007 Glenn Close Patty Hewes Damages
Patricia Arquette Allison DuBois Medium
Minnie Driver Dahlia Malloy The Riches
Edie Falco Carmela Soprano The Sopranos
Sally Field Nora Walker Brothers & Sisters
Holly Hunter Grace Hanadarko Saving Grace
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer
2008 Anna Paquin Sookie Stackhouse True Blood
Sally Field Nora Walker Brothers & Sisters
Mariska Hargitay Olivia Benson Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
January Jones Betty Draper Mad Men
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer
2009 Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife
Glenn Close Patty Hewes Damages
January Jones Betty Draper Mad Men
Anna Paquin Sookie Stackhouse True Blood
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer

2010s

Year Actress Character TV series
2010 Katey Sagal Gemma Teller Morrow Sons of Anarchy
Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife
Elisabeth Moss Peggy Olson Mad Men
Piper Perabo Annie Walker Covert Affairs
Kyra Sedgwick Brenda Leigh Johnson The Closer
2011 Claire Danes Carrie Mathison Homeland
Mireille Enos Sarah Linden The Killing
Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife
Madeleine Stowe Victoria Grayson Revenge
Callie Thorne Danielle "Dani" Santino Necessary Roughness
2012 Claire Danes Carrie Mathison Homeland
Connie Britton Rayna Jaymes Nashville
Glenn Close Patty Hewes Damages
Michelle Dockery Mary Josephine Crawley Downton Abbey
Julianna Margulies Alicia Florrick The Good Wife

Multiple Winners

4 wins

3 wins

2 wins

Multiple Nominations

See also

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