Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film

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

Winners and nominees[edit]

1980s[edit]

1981: Jane SeymourEast of Eden

1982: Ingrid BergmanA Woman Called Golda

1983: Ann-MargretWho Will Love My Children?

1984: Ann-MargretA Streetcar Named Desire as Blanche DuBois

1985: Liza MinnelliA Time to Live

1986: Loretta YoungChristmas Eve

1987: Gena RowlandsThe Betty Ford Story as Betty Ford

1988: Ann JillianThe Ann Jillian Story as herself

1989: Christine LahtiNo Place Like Home'

1990s[edit]

1990: Barbara HersheyA Killing in a Small Town

1991: Judy DavisOne Against the Wind

1992: Laura DernAfterburn

1993: Bette MidlerGypsy

1994: Joanne WoodwardBreathing Lessons as Maggie Moran

1995: Jessica LangeA Streetcar Named Desire as Blanche DuBois

1996: Helen MirrenLosing Chase

1997: Alfre WoodardMiss Evers' Boys

1998: Angelina JolieGia as Gia Carangi

1999: Halle BerryIntroducing Dorothy Dandridge as Dorothy Dandridge

2000s[edit]

2000: Judi DenchThe Last of the Blonde Bombshells as Elizabeth

2001: Judy DavisLife with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows as Judy Garland

2002: Uma ThurmanHysterical Blindness as Debbie Miller

2003: Meryl StreepAngels in America as Hannah Pitt / Ethel Rosenberg / The Rabbi / The Angel Australia

2004: Glenn CloseThe Lion in Winter as Queen Eleanor

2005: S. Epatha MerkersonLackawanna Blues as Rachel "Nanny" Crosby

2006: Helen MirrenElizabeth I as Queen Elizabeth I

2007: Queen LatifahLife Support as Ana Walace

2008: Laura LinneyJohn Adams as Abigail Adams

2009: Drew BarrymoreGrey Gardens as Little Edie

2010s[edit]

2010: Claire DanesTemple Grandin as Temple Grandin

2011: Kate WinsletMildred Pierce as Mildred Pierce

2012: Julianne MooreGame Change as Sarah Palin

2013: Elisabeth MossTop of the Lake as Det. Robin Griffin

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Golden Globes announce TV, film award nominees". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Associated Press. December 22, 2000. p. 8B. Retrieved August 22, 2010.