Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama

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Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama
Country United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded March 5, 1962
Currently held by Taraji P. Henson,
Empire (2015)
Most awards Angela Lansbury, (4)
Most nominations Angela Lansbury, (10)
Official website goldenglobes.org

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). The award honors the best performance by an actress in a drama television series.

It was first awarded at the 19th Golden Globe Awards on March 5, 1962 under the title Best TV Star - Female, encompassing performances in comedy and drama television series, to Pauline Frederick. The nominees for the award announced annually starting in 1963. In 1969, the award was split into the drama and comedy categories, presented under the new title Best TV Actress - Drama and in 1980 under its current title.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 50 actresses. Taraji P. Henson is the current recipient of the award for her portrayal of Loretha "Cookie" Lyon on Empire. Angela Lansbury has won the most awards in this category, winning four times, and received ten nominations for the awards, the most in the category.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning actress.

Best TV Star – Female[edit]

1960s[edit]

Donna Reed was the second recipient of the award, winning for her performance on The Donna Reed Show.
Anne Francis won in 1966 for her performance on Honey West as the titular character.
Diahann Carroll (pictured left) won the award in 1969 before the category was split, receiving another nomination in the comedy category in 1970.
Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
1961
(19th)
Pauline Fredericks Award winner [1]
1962
(20th)
Donna Reed Award winner The Donna Reed Show Donna Stone ABC [2]
1963
(21st)
Inger Stevens Award winner The Farmer's Daughter Katrin "Katy" Holstrum ABC [3]
Shirley Booth Hazel Hazel Burke NBC
Dorothy Loudon The Garry Moore Show Various Characters CBS
Carolyn Jones Burke's Law Betsy / Meredith / Jane ABC
Gloria Swanson Venus Walsh
1964
(22nd)
Mary Tyler Moore Award winner The Dick Van Dyke Show Laura Petrie CBS [4]
Dorothy Malone Peyton Place Constance Carson ABC
Yvette Mimieux Dr. Kildare Pat Holmes NBC
Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitched Samantha Stephens ABC
Julie Newmar My Living Doll Rhoda Miller CBS
1965
(23rd)
Anne Francis Award winner Honey West Honey West ABC [5]
Patty Duke The Patty Duke Show Patty Lane / Cathy Lane ABC
Mia Farrow Peyton Place Allison MacKenzie
Dorothy Malone Constance Carson
Barbara Stanwyck The Big Valley Victoria Barkley
1966
(24th)
Marlo Thomas Award winner That Girl Ann Marie ABC [6]
Phyllis Diller The Pruitts of Southampton Phyllis Pruitt ABC
Barbara Eden I Dream of Jeannie Jeannie NBC
Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitched Samantha Stephens ABC
Barbara Stanwyck The Big Valley Victoria Barkley
1967
(25th)
Carol Burnett Award winner The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters CBS [7]
Barbara Bain Mission: Impossible Cinnamon Carter CBS
Lucille Ball The Lucy Show Lucy Carmichael
Nancy Sinatra Movin' with Nancy Various characters NBC
Barbara Stanwyck The Big Valley Victoria Barkley ABC
1968
(26th)
Diahann Carroll Award winner Julia Julia Baker NBC [8]
Doris Day The Doris Day Show Doris Martin CBS
Hope Lange The Ghost & Mrs. Muir Jim Phelps NBC
Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitched Samantha Stephens ABC
Nancy Sinatra The Nancy Sinatra Show Various characters NBC

Best TV Actress – Drama[edit]

Linda Cristal won in 1970 for her role as Victoria Montoya on The High Chaparral.
Michael Learned received four nominations for her performance on The Waltons as Olivia Walton.
Lee Remick won the award twice for her performances on the television movie The Blue Night and the miniseries Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill.
Angie Dickinson won in 1975 for her role as Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson on Police Woman.
Sada Thompson was nominated three times for her role as Kate Lawrence on Family.
Kate Jackson was nominated four times for the award, three of them for her performance on Charlie's Angels.

1960s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
1969
(27th)
Linda Cristal Award winner The High Chaparral Victoria Montoya NBC [9]
Amanda Blake Gunsmoke Miss Kitty Russell CBS
Peggy Lipton The Mod Squad Julie Barnes ABC
Denise Nicholas Room 222 Miss Liz McIntyre
Eleanor Parker Bracken's World Sylvia Caldwell NBC

1970s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Peggy Lipton Award winner The Mod Squad Julie Barnes ABC [10]
Amanda Blake Gunsmoke Miss Kitty Russell CBS
Linda Cristal The High Chaparral Victoria Montoya NBC
Yvette Mimieux The Most Deadly Game Vannessa Smith ABC
Denise Nicholas Room 222 Miss Liz McIntyre
1971
(29th)
Patricia Neal Award winner The Homecoming: A Christmas Story Olivia Walton CBS [11]
Lynda Day George Mission: Impossible Lisa Casey CBS
Peggy Lipton The Mod Squad Julie Barnes ABC
Denise Nicholas Room 222 Miss Liz McIntyre
Susan Saint James McMillan & Wife Sally McMillan NBC
1972
(30th)
Gail Fisher Award winner Mannix Peggy Fair CBS [12]
Ellen Corby The Waltons Esther "Grandma" Walton CBS
Michael Learned The Waltons Olivia Walton CBS
Peggy Lipton The Mod Squad Julie Barnes ABC
Susan Saint James McMillan & Wife Sally McMillan NBC
1973
(31st)
Lee Remick Award winner The Blue Knight Cassie Walters NBC [13]
Michael Learned The Waltons Olivia Walton CBS
Julie London Emergency! Nurse Dixie McCall NBC
Emily McLaughlin General Hospital Nurse Jessie Brewer ABC
Susan Saint James McMillan & Wife Sally McMillan NBC
1974
(32nd)
Angie Dickinson Award winner Police Woman Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson NBC [14]
Teresa Graves Get Christy Love! Christy Love ABC
Michael Learned The Waltons Olivia Walton CBS
Jean Marsh Upstairs, Downstairs Rose Buck PBS
Emily McLaughlin General Hospital Nurse Jessie Brewer ABC
Lee Meriwether Barnaby Jones Betty Jones CBS
1975
(33rd)
Lee Remick Award winner Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill Jennie Randolph Churchill PBS [15]
Angie Dickinson Police Woman Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson NBC
Rosemary Harris Notorious Woman George Sand PBS
Michael Learned The Waltons Olivia Walton CBS
Lee Meriwether Barnaby Jones Betty Jones
1976
(34th)
Susan Blakely Award winner Rich Man, Poor Man Julie Prescott ABC [16]
Angie Dickinson Police Woman Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson NBC
Farrah Fawcett Charlie's Angels Jill Munroe ABC
Kate Jackson Sabrina Duncan
Jean Marsh Upstairs, Downstairs Rose Buck PBS
Sada Thompson Family Kate Lawrence ABC
Lindsay Wagner The Bionic Woman Jaime Sommers
1977
(35th)
Lesley Ann Warren Award winner 79 Park Avenue Marja Fludjicki/Marianne NBC [17]
Angie Dickinson Police Woman Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson NBC
Kate Jackson Charlie's Angels Sabrina Duncan ABC
Leslie Uggams Roots Kizzy
Lindsay Wagner The Bionic Woman Jaime Sommers
1978
(36th)
Rosemary Harris Award winner Holocaust Berta Palitz Weiss NBC [18]
Kate Jackson Charlie's Angels Sabrina Duncan ABC
Kristy McNichol Family Leticia "Buddy" Lawrence
Lee Remick Wheels Erica Trenton NBC
Sada Thompson Family Kate Lawrence ABC
1979
(37th)
Natalie Wood Award winner From Here to Eternity Karen Holmes NBC [19]
Barbara Bel Geddes Dallas Miss Ellie Ewing CBS
Kate Mulgrew Mrs. Columbo Kate Columbo NBC
Stefanie Powers Hart to Hart Jennifer Hart ABC
Sada Thompson Family Kate Lawrence

Best Actress – Television Series Drama[edit]

Joan Collins won in 1983 for her role as Alexis Carrington on Dynasty.
Stefanie Powers was nominated five times for her role as Jennifer Hart on Hart to Hart.
Sharon Gless has received seven nominations for the award, winning twice for her performance on Cagney & Lacey and The Trials of Rosie O'Neill.
Angela Lansbury was nominated ten times for the award, winning four times for her role as Jessica Fletcher on Murder, She Wrote.
Patricia Wettig won in 1991 for her performance on thirtysomething.
Kathy Baker received three nominations for the award, winning in 1994 for her role as Jill Brock on Picket Fences.
Gillian Anderson won in 1997 and received three more nominations for her performance on The X-Files as FBI Special Agent Dana Scully.
Keri Russell won the award for her portrayal of Felicity Porter on Felicity.
Edie Falco won twice and received five more nominations for her role as Carmela Soprano on The Sopranos.
Sela Ward won the award for her performance on Once and Again as Lily Manning.
Jennifer Garner won in 2002 for her portrayal of Sydney Bristow on Alias.
Kyra Sedgwick won in 2006 for her role on The Closer.
Anna Paquin won once out of two nominations for her performance on True Blood as Sookie Stackhouse.
Julianna Margulies received nine nominations for the award, the second most in the category, winning in 2010 for her portrayal of Alicia Florrick on The Good Wife.
Claire Danes won the award three times for her performances on My So-Called Life and Homeland.
Robin Wright won the award for her portrayal of Claire Underwood on House of Cards.
Taraji P. Henson won the award for her role as Cookie Lyon on Empire.

1980s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Yoko Shimada Award winner Shōgun Lady Toda Buntaro NBC [20]
Barbara Bel Geddes Dallas Miss Ellie Ewing CBS
Linda Gray Sue Ellen Ewing
Melissa Gilbert Little House on the Prairie Laura Ingalls NBC
Stefanie Powers Hart to Hart Jennifer Hart ABC
1981
(39th)
Linda Evans Award winner Dynasty Krystle Carrington ABC [21]
Barbara Bel Geddes Award winner Dallas Miss Ellie Ewing CBS
Joan Collins Dynasty Alexis Carrington ABC
Morgan Fairchild Flamingo Road Constance Weldon Carlyle NBC
Linda Gray Dallas Sue Ellen Ewing CBS
Stefanie Powers Hart to Hart Jennifer Hart ABC
1982
(40th)
Joan Collins Award winner Dynasty Alexis Carrington ABC [22]
Linda Evans Dynasty Krystle Carrington ABC
Stefanie Powers Hart to Hart Jennifer Hart CBS
Victoria Principal Dallas Pamela Barnes Ewing CBS
Jane Wyman Falcon Crest Angela Channing
1983
(41st)
Jane Wyman Award winner Falcon Crest Angela Channing CBS [23]
Joan Collins Dynasty Alexis Carrington ABC
Tyne Daly Cagney & Lacey Mary Beth Lacey CBS
Linda Evans Dynasty Krystle Carrington ABC
Stefanie Powers Hart to Hart Jennifer Hart CBS
1984
(42nd)
Angela Lansbury Award winner Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher CBS [24]
Joan Collins Dynasty Alexis Carrington ABC
Tyne Daly Cagney & Lacey Mary Beth Lacey CBS
Linda Evans Dynasty Krystle Carrington ABC
Sharon Gless Cagney & Lacey Christine Cagney CBS
Kate Jackson Scarecrow and Mrs. King Amanda King
1985
(43rd)
Sharon Gless Award winner Cagney & Lacey Christine Cagney CBS [25]
Joan Collins Dynasty Alexis Carrington ABC
Tyne Daly Cagney & Lacey Mary Beth Lacey CBS
Linda Evans Dynasty Krystle Carrington ABC
Angela Lansbury Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher CBS
1986
(44th)
Angela Lansbury Award winner Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher CBS [26]
Joan Collins Dynasty Alexis Carrington ABC
Tyne Daly Cagney & Lacey Mary Beth Lacey CBS
Sharon Gless Christine Cagney
Connie Sellecca Hotel Christine Francis ABC
1987
(45th)
Susan Dey Award winner L.A. Law Grace Van Owen NBC [27]
Jill Eikenberry L.A. Law Ann Kelsey NBC
Sharon Gless Cagney & Lacey Christine Cagney CBS
Linda Hamilton Beauty and the Beast Catherine Chandler
Angela Lansbury Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher
1988
(46th)
Jill Eikenberry Award winner L.A. Law Ann Kelsey NBC [28]
Susan Dey L.A. Law Grace Van Owen NBC
Sharon Gless Cagney & Lacey Christine Cagney CBS
Linda Hamilton Beauty and the Beast Catherine Chandler
Angela Lansbury Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher
1989
(47th)
Angela Lansbury Award winner Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher CBS [29]
Dana Delany China Beach Colleen McMurphy ABC
Susan Dey L.A. Law Grace Van Owen NBC
Jill Eikenberry Ann Kelsey
Mel Harris thirtysomething Hope Murdoch Steadman ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Sharon Gless Award winner The Trials of Rosie O'Neill Fiona Rose "Rosie" O'Neill CBS [30]
Patricia Wettig thirtysomething Nancy Weston ABC
Dana Delany China Beach Colleen Murphy ABC
Susan Dey L.A. Law Grace Van Owen NBC
Jill Eikenberry Ann Kelsey
Angela Lansbury Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher CBS
1991
(49th)
Angela Lansbury Award winner Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher CBS [31]
Susan Dey L.A. Law Grace Van Owen NBC
Sharon Gless The Trials of Rosie O'Neill Fiona Rose "Rosie" O'Neill CBS
Marlee Matlin Reasonable Doubts Tess Kaufman NBC
Janine Turner Northern Exposure Maggie O'Connell CBS
1992
(50th)
Regina Taylor Award winner I'll Fly Away Lily Harper NBC [32]
Mariel Hemingway Civil Wars Sydney Guilford ABC
Angela Lansbury Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher CBS
Marlee Matlin Reasonable Doubts Tess Kaufman NBC
Janine Turner Northern Exposure Maggie O'Connell CBS
1993
(51st)
Kathy Baker Award winner Picket Fences Jill Brock CBS [33]
Heather Locklear Melrose Place Amanda Woodward Fox
Jane Seymour Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Dr. Michaela Quinn CBS
Janine Turner Northern Exposure Maggie O'Connell
Sela Ward Sisters Theodora "Teddy" Reed NBC
1994
(52nd)
Claire Danes Award winner My So-Called Life Angela Chase ABC [34]
Kathy Baker Picket Fences Jill Brock CBS
Angela Lansbury Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher
Heather Locklear Melrose Place Amanda Woodward Fox
Jane Seymour Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Dr. Michaela Quinn CBS
1995
(53rd)
Jane Seymour Award winner Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Dr. Michaela Quinn CBS [35]
Gillian Anderson The X-Files FBI Special Agent Dana Scully Fox
Kathy Baker Picket Fences Jill Brock CBS
Heather Locklear Melrose Place Amanda Woodward Fox
Sherry Stringfield ER Dr. Susan Lewis NBC
1996
(54th)
Gillian Anderson Award winner The X-Files FBI Special Agent Dana Scully Fox [36]
Christine Lahti Chicago Hope Dr. Kate Austen CBS
Heather Locklear Melrose Place Amanda Woodward Fox
Jane Seymour Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Dr. Michaela Quinn CBS
Sherry Stringfield ER Dr. Susan Lewis NBC
1997
(55th)
Christine Lahti Award winner Chicago Hope Dr. Kate Austen CBS [37]
Gillian Anderson The X-Files FBI Special Agent Dana Scully Fox
Kim Delaney NYPD Blue Diane Russell ABC
Roma Downey Touched by an Angel Monica CBS
Julianna Margulies ER Carol Hathaway
1998
(56th)
Keri Russell Award winner Felicity Felicity Porter The WB [38]
Gillian Anderson The X-Files FBI Special Agent Dana Scully Fox
Kim Delaney NYPD Blue Diane Russell ABC
Roma Downey Touched by an Angel Monica CBS
Julianna Margulies ER Carol Hathaway
1999
(57th)
Edie Falco Award winner The Sopranos Carmela Soprano HBO [39]
Lorraine Bracco The Sopranos Dr. Jennifer Melfi HBO
Amy Brenneman Judging Amy Amy Gray CBS
Julianna Margulies ER Carol Hathaway NBC
Sela Ward Once and Again Lily Manning ABC

2000s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
2000
(58th)
Sela Ward Award winner Once and Again Lily Manning ABC [40]
Jessica Alba Dark Angel Max Guevara Fox
Lorraine Bracco The Sopranos Dr. Jennifer Melfi HBO
Amy Brenneman Judging Amy Amy Gray CBS
Edie Falco The Sopranos Carmela Soprano HBO
Sarah Michelle Gellar Buffy the Vampire Slayer Buffy Summers The WB
2001
(59th)
Jennifer Garner Award winner Alias Sydney Bristow ABC [41]
Lorraine Bracco The Sopranos Dr. Jennifer Melfi HBO
Amy Brenneman Judging Amy Amy Gray CBS
Edie Falco The Sopranos Carmela Soprano HBO
Lauren Graham Gilmore Girls Lorelai Gilmore The WB
Marg Helgenberger CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Catherine Willows CBS
Sela Ward Once and Again Lily Manning ABC
2002
(60th)
Edie Falco Award winner The Sopranos Carmela Soprano HBO [42]
Jennifer Garner Alias Sydney Bristow ABC
Rachel Griffiths Six Feet Under Brenda Chenowith HBO
Marg Helgenberger CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Catherine Willows CBS
Allison Janney The West Wing C.J. Cregg NBC
2003
(61st)
Frances Conroy Award winner Six Feet Under Ruth Fisher HBO [43]
Jennifer Garner Alias Sydney Bristow ABC
Allison Janney The West Wing C.J. Cregg NBC
Joely Richardson Nip/Tuck Julia McNamara FX
Amber Tamblyn Joan of Arcadia Joan Girardi CBS
2004
(62nd)
Mariska Hargitay Award winner Law and Order: Special Victims Unit Det. Olivia Benson NBC [44]
Edie Falco The Sopranos Carmela Soprano HBO
Jennifer Garner Alias Sydney Bristow ABC
Christine Lahti Jack & Bobby Professor Grace McAllister The WB
Joely Richardson Nip/Tuck Julia McNamara FX
2005
(63rd)
Geena Davis Award winner Commander in Chief President Mackenzie Allen ABC [45]
Patricia Arquette Medium Allison DuBois CBS
Glenn Close The Shield Monica Rawling FX
Kyra Sedgwick The Closer Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson TNT
Polly Walker Rome Atia of the Julii HBO
2006
(64th)
Kyra Sedgwick Award winner The Closer Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson TNT [46]
Patricia Arquette Medium Allison DuBois CBS
Edie Falco The Sopranos Carmela Soprano HBO
Evangeline Lilly Lost Kate Austen ABC
Ellen Pompeo Grey's Anatomy Meredith Grey
2007
(65th)
Glenn Close Award winner Damages Patty Hewes FX [47]
Patricia Arquette Medium Allison DuBois CBS
Minnie Driver The Riches Dahlia Malloy FX
Edie Falco The Sopranos Carmela Soprano HBO
Sally Field Brothers & Sisters Nora Walker ABC
Holly Hunter Saving Grace Grace Hanadarko TNT
Kyra Sedgwick The Closer Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson
2008
(66th)
Anna Paquin Award winner True Blood Sookie Stackhouse HBO [48]
Sally Field Brothers & Sisters Nora Walker ABC
Mariska Hargitay Law and Order: Special Victims Unit Det. Olivia Benson NBC
January Jones Mad Men Betty Draper AMC
Kyra Sedgwick The Closer Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson TNT
2009
(67th)
Julianna Margulies Award winner The Good Wife Alicia Florrick CBS [49]
Glenn Close Damages Patty Hewes FX
January Jones Mad Men Betty Draper AMC
Anna Paquin True Blood Sookie Stackhouse HBO
Kyra Sedgwick The Closer Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson TNT

2010s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Katey Sagal Award winner Sons of Anarchy Gemma Teller Morrow FX [50]
Julianna Margulies The Good Wife Alicia Florrick CBS
Elisabeth Moss Mad Men Peggy Olson AMC
Piper Perabo Covert Affairs Annie Walker USA
Kyra Sedgwick The Closer Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson TNT
2011
(69th)
Claire Danes Award winner Homeland Carrie Mathison Showtime [51]
Mireille Enos The Killing Sarah Linden AMC
Julianna Margulies The Good Wife Alicia Florrick CBS
Madeleine Stowe Revenge Victoria Grayson ABC
Callie Thorne Necessary Roughness Danielle "Dani" Santino USA
2012
(70th)
Claire Danes Award winner Homeland Carrie Mathison Showtime [52]
Connie Britton Nashville Rayna James ABC
Glenn Close Damages Patty Hewes FX
Michelle Dockery Downton Abbey Lady Mary Crawley PBS
Julianna Margulies The Good Wife Alicia Florrick CBS
2013
(71st)
Robin Wright Award winner House of Cards Claire Underwood Netflix [53]
Julianna Margulies The Good Wife Alicia Florrick CBS
Tatiana Maslany Orphan Black Various Characters BBC America
Taylor Schilling Orange is the New Black Piper Chapman Netflix
Kerry Washington Scandal Olivia Pope ABC
2014
(72nd)
Ruth Wilson Award winner The Affair Alison Lockhart Showtime [54]
Claire Danes Homeland Carrie Mathison Showtime
Viola Davis How to Get Away with Murder Professor Annalise Keating, J.D. ABC
Julianna Margulies The Good Wife Alicia Florrick CBS
Robin Wright House of Cards Claire Underwood Netflix
2015
(73rd)
Taraji P. Henson Award winner Empire Cookie Lyon Fox [55]
Caitriona Balfe Outlander Claire Fraser Starz
Viola Davis How to Get Away with Murder Professor Annalise Keating, J.D. ABC
Eva Green Penny Dreadful Vanessa Ives Showtime
Robin Wright House of Cards Claire Underwood Netflix

Superlatives[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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