British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actress

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British Academy Television Award
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2019 Recipient : Fiona Shaw
CountryUnited Kingdom
Presented byBritish Academy of Film and Television Arts
First awarded2009 (presented 2010)
Currently held byFiona Shaw for Killing Eve (2019)
Websitehttp://www.bafta.org/
Rebecca Hall, the first recipient of this award for her role in Channel 4's Red Riding. (2010)
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Lauren Socha won for her role in E4's Misfits in 2011, and is also the youngest winner of this category at 20.
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Olivia Colman won for her role in BBC One's Accused (2013)
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Sarah Lancashire won for her role as Caroline Dawson in Last Tango in Halifax (2014)
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Gemma Jones, the oldest recipient of this award for her role in Marvellous (2015)
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Wunmi Mosaku, recipient of the award for her role as Gloria Taylor in Damilola, Our Loved Boy (2017)
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Vanessa Kirby won for her role as Princess Margaret in the Netflix series The Crown, the first win for the streaming service at the BAFTA Television Awards (2018)

The British Academy Television Awards (BAFTA TV Awards), were first presented in 1954. They are the UK equivalent to the Emmy Awards in the United States. From 1954-1997, film and television awards were presented at one ceremony. Since 1998, two separate ceremonies have been held.

The awards for Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor were first presented at the 2010 ceremony.

2010s[edit]

Year Actress Programme Character
2010
Rebecca Hall Red Riding 1974 Paula Garland
Sophie Okonedo Criminal Justice Jackie Woolf
Lauren Socha The Unloved Lauren
Imelda Staunton Return to Cranford Octavia Pole
2011
Lauren Socha Misfits Kelly Bailey
Gillian Anderson Any Human Heart Wallis Simpson
Lynda Baron The Road to Coronation Street Violet Carson
Jessie Wallace The Road to Coronation Street Pat Phoenix
2012
Monica Dolan Appropriate Adult Rose West
Anna Chancellor The Hour Lix Storm
Miranda Hart Call the Midwife Camilla "Chummy" Noakes
Maggie Smith Downton Abbey Violet Crawley
2013
Olivia Colman Accused Sue
Anastasia Hille The Fear Jo Beckett
Sarah Lancashire Last Tango in Halifax Caroline Dawson
Imelda Staunton The Girl Alma Reville
2014
Sarah Lancashire Last Tango in Halifax Caroline Dawson
Shirley Henderson Southcliffe Claire Salter
Claire Rushbrook My Mad Fat Diary Linda Earl-Bouchtat
Nicola Walker Last Tango in Halifax Gillian Buttershaw
2015
Gemma Jones Marvellous Mary Baldwin
Vicky McClure Line of Duty Kate Fleming
Amanda Redman Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This Gwen Cooper
Charlotte Spencer Glue Tina Fallon
2016
Chanel Cresswell This Is England '90 Kelly Jenkins
Michelle Gomez Doctor Who Missy / The Master
Lesley Manville River Chrissie Read
Eleanor Worthington Cox The Enfield Haunting Janet Hodgson
2017
Wunmi Mosaku Damilola, Our Loved Boy Gloria Taylor
Siobhan Finneran Happy Valley Claire Cartwright
Vanessa Kirby The Crown Princess Margaret
Nicola Walker Last Tango in Halifax Gillian Buttershaw
2018
Vanessa Kirby The Crown Princess Margaret
Anna Friel Broken Christina Fitzsimmons
Julie Hesmondhalgh Broadchurch Trish Winterman
Liv Hill Three Girls Ruby Bowen
2019
Fiona Shaw Killing Eve Carolyn Martens
Monica Dolan A Very English Scandal Marion Thorpe
Keeley Hawes Mrs Wilson Dorothy Wick
Billie Piper Collateral Karen Mars

Superlatives[edit]

Record Actress Programme Age (in years)
Oldest winner Gemma Jones Marvellous 72
Oldest nominee Maggie Smith Downton Abbey 77
Youngest winner Lauren Socha Misfits 20
Youngest nominee Eleanor Worthington Cox The Enfield Haunting 14

Actresses with multiple wins and nominations[edit]

Multiple nominations[edit]

The following people have been nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actress multiple times:

Programmes with multiple wins and nominations[edit]

Multiple Nominations[edit]