Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy

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Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy
72nd Golden Globe Awards
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Country United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded February 2, 1964
Currently held by Rachel Bloom,
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2016)
Official website goldenglobes.org

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy is one of the annual awards given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

The formal title has varied since its inception and as of 2002 is officially called: Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy.

Winners and nominees[edit]

  indicates the winner

1960s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role
1963
(19th)
Donna Reed The Donna Reed Show Donna Stone
Year Actress Program Role
1964
(20th)
Inger Stevens The Farmer's Daughter Katrin "Katy" Holstrum
Shirley Booth Hazel Hazel Burke
Dorothy Loudon The Garry Moore Show Various Characters
Carolyn Jones Burke's Law Betsy / Meredith / Jane
Gloria Swanson Burke's Law Venus Walsh
Year Actress Program Role
1965
(21st)
Mary Tyler Moore The Dick Van Dyke Show Laura Petrie
Yvette Mimieux Dr. Kildare Pat Holmes
Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitched Samantha Stephens
Julie Newmar My Living Doll Rhoda Miller
Dorothy Malone Peyton Place Constance Carson
Year Actress Program Role
1966
(22nd)
Anne Francis Honey West Honey West
Patty Duke The Patty Duke Show Patty Lane / Cathy Lane
Mia Farrow Peyton Place Allison MacKenzie
Dorothy Malone Peyton Place Constance Carson
Barbara Stanwyck The Big Valley Victoria Barkley
Year Actress Program Role
1967
(23rd)
Marlo Thomas That Girl Ann Marie
Barbara Stanwyck The Big Valley Victoria Barkley
Barbara Eden I Dream of Jeannie Jeannie
Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitched Samantha Stephens
Phyllis Diller The Phyllis Diller Show Phyllis Pruitt
Year Actress Program Role
1968
(24th)
Carol Burnett The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters
Nancy Sinatra Movin' With Nancy Various Characters
Lucille Ball The Lucy Show Lucy Carmichael
Barbara Bain Mission Impossible Cinnamon Carter
Barbara Stanwyck The Big Valley Victoria Barkley
Year Actress Program Role
1969
(25th)
Diahann Carroll Julia Julia Baker
Nancy Sinatra The Nancy Sinatra Show Various Characters
Doris Day The Doris Day Show Doris Martin
Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitched Samantha Stephens
Hope Lange The Ghost & Mrs. Muir Carolyn Muir

1970s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role
1970
(26th)
Carol Burnett (TIE) The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters
Julie Sommars (TIE) The Governor & J.J. Jennifer Jo Drinkwater
Lucille Ball Here's Lucy Lucy Carter
Diahann Carroll Julia Julia Baker
Barbara Eden I Dream of Jeannie Jeannie
Debbie Reynolds The Debbie Reynolds Show Debbie Thompson
Year Actress Program Role
1971
(27th)
Mary Tyler Moore The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards
Carol Burnett The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters
Juliet Mills Nanny and the Professor Nanny Phoebe Figgalily
Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitched Samantha Stephens
Shirley Jones The Partridge Family Shirley Partridge

1972: Carol BurnettThe Carol Burnett Show as Various Characters

1973: Jean StapletonAll In the Family as Edith Bunker

1974: Tie: CherThe Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour as Various Characters + Jean StapletonAll In the Family as Edith Bunker

1975: Valerie HarperRhoda as Rhoda Morgenstern

1976: Cloris LeachmanPhyllis as Phyllis Lindstrom

1977: Carol BurnettThe Carol Burnett Show as Various Characters

1978: Carol BurnettThe Carol Burnett Show as Various Characters

1979: Linda LavinAlice as Alice Hyatt

1980s[edit]

1980: Linda LavinAlice as Alice Hyatt

1981: Katherine HelmondSoap as Jessica Tate

1982: Eileen BrennanPrivate Benjamin as Capt. Doreen Lewis

1983: Debbie AllenFame as Lydia Grant

1984: Joanna CassidyBuffalo Bill as Jojo White

1985: Shelley LongCheers as Diane Chambers

1986: Tie: Estelle GettyThe Golden Girls as Sophia Petrillo + Cybill ShepherdMoonlighting as Maddie Hayes

1987: Cybill ShepherdMoonlighting as Maddie Hayes

1988: Tracey UllmanThe Tracey Ullman Show as Various Characters

1989: Candice BergenMurphy Brown as Murphy Brown

1990s[edit]

1990: Jamie Lee CurtisAnything but Love as Hannah Miller

1991: Kirstie AlleyCheers as Rebecca Howe

1992: Candice BergenMurphy Brown as Murphy Brown

1993: Roseanne BarrRoseanne as Roseanne Conner

1994: Helen HuntMad About You as Jamie Buchman

1995: Helen HuntMad About You as Jamie Buchman

1996: Cybill ShepherdCybill as Cybill Sheridan

1997: Helen HuntMad About You as Jamie Buchman

1998: Calista FlockhartAlly McBeal as Ally McBeal

1999: Jenna ElfmanDharma & Greg as Dharma Montgomery

2000s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
2000
(57th)
Sarah Jessica Parkerdouble-dagger Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO [1]
Jenna Elfman Dharma & Greg Dharma Montgomery ABC
Calista Flockhart Ally McBeal Ally McBeal Fox
Felicity Huffman Sports Night Dana Whitaker ABC
Heather Locklear Spin City Caitlin Moore ABC
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
2001
(58th)
Sarah Jessica Parkerdouble-dagger Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO [2]
Calista Flockhart Ally McBeal Ally McBeal Fox [3]
Jane Kaczmarek Malcolm in the Middle Lois Wilkerson Fox
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
Bette Midler Bette Bette CBS
2002
(59th)
Sarah Jessica Parkerdouble-dagger Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO [4]
Calista Flockhart Ally McBeal Ally McBeal Fox [5]
Jane Kaczmarek Malcolm in the Middle Lois Wilkerson Fox
Heather Locklear Spin City Caitlin Moore ABC
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
2003
(60th)
Jennifer Anistondouble-dagger Friends Rachel Green NBC [6]
Bonnie Hunt Life with Bonnie Bonnie Molloy ABC [7]
Jane Kaczmarek Malcolm in the Middle Lois Wilkerson Fox
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
Sarah Jessica Parker Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO
2004
(61st)
Sarah Jessica Parkerdouble-dagger Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO [8]
Bonnie Hunt Life with Bonnie Bonnie Molloy ABC
Reba McEntire Reba Reba Hart The WB
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
Bitty Schram Monk Sharona Fleming USA Network
Alicia Silverstone Miss Match Kate Fox NBC
2005
(62nd)
Teri Hatcherdouble-dagger Desperate Housewives Susan Mayer ABC [9]
Marcia Cross Desperate Housewives Bree Van de Kamp ABC [10]
Felicity Huffman Desperate Housewives Lynette Scavo ABC
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
Sarah Jessica Parker Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO
2006
(63rd)
Mary-Louise Parkerdouble-dagger Weeds Nancy Botwin SHO [11]
Marcia Cross Desperate Housewives Bree Van de Kamp ABC [12]
Teri Hatcher Desperate Housewives Susan Mayer ABC
Felicity Huffman Desperate Housewives Lynette Scavo ABC
Eva Longoria Desperate Housewives Gabrielle Solis ABC
2007
(64th)
America Ferreradouble-dagger Ugly Betty Betty Suarez ABC [13]
Marcia Cross Desperate Housewives Bree Van de Kamp ABC [14]
Felicity Huffman Desperate Housewives Lynette Scavo ABC
Julia Louis-Dreyfus The New Adventures of Old Christine Christine Campbell CBS
Mary-Louise Parker Weeds Nancy Botwin SHO
2008
(65th)
Tina Feydouble-dagger 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC [15]
Christina Applegate Samantha Who? Samantha "Sam" Newly ABC [16]
America Ferrera Ugly Betty Betty Suarez ABC
Anna Friel Pushing Daisies Charlotte "Chuck" Charles ABC
Mary-Louise Parker Weeds Nancy Botwin SHO
2009
(66th)
Tina Feydouble-dagger 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC [17]
Christina Applegate Samantha Who? Samantha "Sam" Newly ABC [18]
America Ferrera Ugly Betty Betty Suarez ABC
Debra Messing The Starter Wife Molly Kagan ABC
Mary-Louise Parker Weeds Nancy Botwin SHO
2010
(67th)
Toni Collettedouble-dagger United States of Tara Tara Gregson SHO [19]
Courteney Cox Cougar Town Jules Cobb ABC [20]
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton SHO
Tina Fey 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC
Lea Michele Glee Rachel Berry Fox

2010s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network Ref
2011
(68th)
Laura Linneydouble-dagger The Big C Cathy Jamison SHO [21]
Toni Collette United States of Tara Tara Gregson SHO [22]
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton SHO
Tina Fey 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC
Lea Michele Glee Rachel Berry Fox
2012
(69th)
Laura Derndouble-dagger Enlightened Amy Jellicoe HBO [23]
Zooey Deschanel New Girl Jessica Day Fox [24]
Tina Fey 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC
Laura Linney The Big C Cathy Jamison SHO
Amy Poehler Parks and Recreation Leslie Knope NBC
2013
(70th)
Lena Dunhamdouble-dagger Girls Hannah Horvath HBO [25]
Zooey Deschanel New Girl Jessica Day Fox [26]
Tina Fey 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
Amy Poehler Parks and Recreation Leslie Knope NBC
2014
(71st)
Amy Poehlerdouble-dagger Parks and Recreation Leslie Knope NBC [27]
Zooey Deschanel New Girl Jessica Day Fox [28]
Lena Dunham Girls Hannah Horvath HBO
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton SHO
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
2015
(72nd)
Gina Rodriguezdouble-dagger Jane the Virgin Jane Villanueva The CW [29]
Lena Dunham Girls Hannah Horvath HBO [30]
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton SHO
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
Taylor Schilling Orange is the New Black Piper Chapman Netflix
2016
(73rd)
Rachel Bloomdouble-dagger Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Rebecca Bunch The CW [31]
Jamie Lee Curtis Scream Queens Dean Cathy Munsch Fox [32]
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
Gina Rodriguez Jane the Virgin Jane Villanueva The CW
Lily Tomlin Grace and Frankie Frankie Bergstein Netflix

Multiple winners[edit]

Wins Name
5 Carol Burnett
4 Sarah Jessica Parker
3 Helen Hunt
Cybill Shepherd
2 Candice Bergen
Tina Fey
Linda Lavin
Mary Tyler Moore
Jean Stapleton

Multiple nominations[edit]

Nominations Name
12 Carol Burnett
8 Beatrice Arthur
Candice Bergen
Jean Stapleton
Mary Tyler Moore
7 Debra Messing
Sarah Jessica Parker
6 Tina Fey
Helen Hunt
5 Kirstie Alley
Roseanne Barr
Calista Flockhart
Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Isabel Sanford
Cybill Shepherd
4 Edie Falco
Felicity Huffman
Mary-Louise Parker
Katey Sagal
Tracy Ullman
Betty White
3 Debbie Allen
Christina Applegate
Lucille Ball
Marcia Cross
Jamie Lee Curtis
Ellen DeGeneres
Zooey Deschanel
Lena Dunham
Jenna Elfman
America Ferrara
Jane Kaczmarek
Linda Lavin
Penny Marshall
Rue McClanahan
Amy Poehler
2 Loni Anderson
Eileen Brennan
Brett Butler
Nell Carter
Toni Collette
Fran Drescher
Bonnie Franklin
Estelle Getty
Teri Hatcher
Bonnie Hunt
Shirley Jones
Laura Linney
Heather Locklear
Shelley Long
Lea Michele
Patricia Richardson
Gina Rodriguez
Brooke Shields
Dinah Shore
Loretta Swit

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