NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture

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The NAACP Image Award winners for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture:

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Performances that earned Oscar nominations or wins

Most Wins[edit]

Multiple Nominations[edit]

  • 7 nominations
    • Alfre Woodard-(Passion Fish, American Violet, How to Make an American Quilt, Love & Basketball, Radio, Star Trek: First Contact, 12 Years a Slave) 2 wins
  • 5 nominations
    • Angela Bassett-(The Score, Akeelah and the Bee, Music of the Heart, Malcolm X, Contact) 3 wins
    • Loretta Devine-(Waiting to Exhale, The Preacher's Wife, Woman Thou Art Loosed, This Christmas, Kingdom Come) 2 wins
  • 4 nominations
    • Queen Latifah-(Hairspray, Living Out Loud, Brown Sugar, The Bone Collector)
    • Thandie Newton-(The Pursuit of Happyness, Crash, Beloved, Mission Impossible II)
    • Whoopi Goldberg-(Ghost, Sarafina!, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, For Colored Girls) 2 wins

Winners and nominees[edit]

Year Winner Nominees
1989 Traci Wolfe (Lethal Weapon)
1990 Juanita Waterman (Cry Freedom)
1992 Whoopi Goldberg (Ghost)
1995 Angela Bassett (Malcolm X)
1996 Loretta Devine (Waiting to Exhale)
1997 Loretta Devine (The Preacher's Wife)
1998 Irma P. Hall (Soul Food)
1999 Whoopi Goldberg (How Stella Got Her Groove Back)
2000 Angela Bassett (Music of the Heart)
2001 Alfre Woodard (Love and Basketball)
2002 Angela Bassett (The Score)
2003 Halle Berry (Die Another Day)
2004 Alfre Woodard (Radio)
2005 Regina King (Ray)
2006 Cicely Tyson (Diary of a Mad Black Woman)
2007 Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls)
2008 Janet Jackson (Why Did I Get Married?)
2009 Taraji P. Henson (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button)
2010 Mo'Nique (Precious)
2011 Kimberly Elise (For Colored Girls)
2012 Octavia Spencer (The Help)
2013 Kerry Washington (Django Unchained)
2014 Lupita Nyong'o (12 Years a Slave)
2015 TBD

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