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
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Series Musical or Comedy
Country United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded March 5, 1962
Currently held by Tracee Ellis Ross,
Black-ish (2016)
Most awards Carol Burnett, (5)
Most nominations Carol Burnett, (12)
Official website goldenglobes.org

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). It is given in honor of an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role on a musical or comedy television series for the calendar year.

It was first awarded at the 19th Golden Globe Awards on March 5, 1962 under the title Best TV Star - Female to Pauline Fredericks. The nominees for the award announced annually starting in 1963. The award initially honored actresses in both comedy and drama genres until 1969, when the award was split into categories that honored comedic and dramatic performances separately. It was presented under the new title Best TV Actress – Musical or Comedy and in 1980 under its current title.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 42 actress. Tracee Ellis Ross is the current recipient of the award for her role of Dr. Rainbow "Bow" Johnson on Black-ish. Carol Burnett has won the most awards in this category with five wins and received the most nominations at 12.

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 actor.
Marlo Thomas won in 1966 for her portrayal of Ann Marie on That Girl.
Mary Tyler Moore won twice in 1964 and 1970 for her roles in The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
Julie Sommars tied with Carol Burnett for her portrayal of Jennifer Jo Drinkwater on The Governor & J.J..
Carol Burnett won five out of twelve nominations, the most wins and nominations in the category, for her performance in The Carol Burnett Show.
Jean Stapleton won the award twice for her portrayal of Edith Bunker on All in the Family.
Cher won in 1973, tying with Jean Stapleton, for her performance on The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour.
Cloris Leachman won for her role as Phyllis Lindstrom on Phyllis.
Linda Lavin won twice for her performance on Alice.
Katherine Helmond won the award for her role as Jessica Tate in Soap.
Debbie Allen won the award in 1982 for her role on Fame.
Joanna Cassidy won in 1983 for her performance on Buffalo Bill.
Cybill Shepherd won three times out of five nominations for her roles on Moonlighting and Cybill.
Tracey Ullman won the award for her performance on The Tracey Ullman Show.
Bea Arthur received eight nominations in this category without ever winning an award.
Jamie Lee Curtis received three nominations for the award, winning in 1989 for her performance on Anything but Love.
Kirstie Alley won in 1990 for her portrayal of Rebecca Lowe on Cheers.
Candice Bergen won twice out of eight nominations for her performance on Murphy Brown.
Helen Hunt won the award three times for her role as Jamie Buchman in Mad About You.
Calista Flockhart won in 1997 for her performance on Ally McBeal.
Sarah Jessica Parker won four times in this category for her portrayal of Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City.
Jennifer Aniston won the award in 2002 for her role as Rachel Green in Friends.
Teri Hatcher won in this category for her performance in Desperate Housewives as Susan Meyer.
America Ferrera won the award for her portrayal of Betty Suarez in Ugly Betty.
Tina Fey won the award twice for her performance in 30 Rock.
Lena Dunham won the award for her role as Hannah Horvath in Girls.
Gina Rodriguez won the award in 2014 for her role as Jane Villanueva in Jane the Virgin.

Best TV Star – Female[edit]

1960s[edit]

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 – Musical or Comedy[edit]

1960s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1969
(27th)
Carol Burnett Award winner The Carol Burnett Show Various characters CBS [9]
Julie Sommars Award winner The Governor & J.J. Jennifer Jo Drinkwater
Lucille Ball Here's Lucy Lucy Carter CBS
Diahann Carroll Julia Julia Baker NBC
Barbara Eden I Dream of Jeannie Jeannie
Debbie Reynolds The Debbie Reynolds Show Debbie Thompson

1970s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Mary Tyler Moore Award winner The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards CBS [10]
Carol Burnett The Carol Burnett Show Various characters CBS
Shirley Jones The Partridge Family Shirley Partridge ABC
Juliet Mills Nanny and the Professor Nanny Phoebe Figgalily
Elizabeth Montgomery Bewitched Samantha Stephens
1971
(29th)
Carol Burnett Award winner The Carol Burnett Show Various characters CBS [11]
Lucille Ball Here's Lucy Lucy Carter CBS
Shirley Jones The Partridge Family Shirley Partridge ABC
Mary Tyler Moore The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards CBS
Jean Stapleton All in the Family Edith Bunker
1972
(30th)
Jean Stapleton Award winner All in the Family Edith Bunker CBS [12]
Julie Andrews The Julie Andrews Hour Various characters ABC
Bea Arthur Maude Maude Findlay CBS
Carol Burnett The Carol Burnett Show Various characters
Mary Tyler Moore The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards
1973
(31st)
Cher Award winner The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour Various characters CBS [13]
Jean Stapleton Award winner All in the Family Edith Bunker
Bea Arthur Maude Maude Findlay CBS
Carol Burnett The Carol Burnett Show Various characters
Mary Tyler Moore The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards
1974
(32nd)
Valerie Harper Award winner Rhoda Rhoda Morgenstern CBS [14]
Carol Burnett The Carol Burnett Show Various characters CBS
Mary Tyler Moore The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards
Esther Rolle Good Times Florida Evans
Jean Stapleton All in the Family Edith Bunker
1975
(33rd)
Cloris Leachman Award winner Phyllis Phyllis Lindstrom CBS [15]
Bea Arthur Maude Maude Findlay CBS
Carol Burnett The Carol Burnett Show Various characters
Valerie Harper Rhoda Rhoda Morgenstern
Mary Tyler Moore The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards
1976
(34th)
Carol Burnett Award winner The Carol Burnett Show Various characters CBS [16]
Bernadette Peters All's Fair Charlotte "Charley" Drake CBS
Mary Tyler Moore The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards
Isabel Sanford The Jeffersons Louise Jefferson
Dinah Shore Dinah! Dinah NBC
1977
(35th)
Carol Burnett Award winner The Carol Burnett Show Various characters CBS [17]
Bea Arthur Maude Maude Findlay CBS
Penny Marshall Laverne & Shirley Laverne DeFazio ABC
Isabel Sanford The Jeffersons Louise Jefferson CBS
Jean Stapleton All in the Family Edith Bunker
Cindy Williams Laverne & Shirley Shirley Feeney ABC
1978
(36th)
Linda Lavin Award winner Alice Alice Hyatt CBS [18]
Carol Burnett The Carol Burnett Show Various characters CBS
Penny Marshall Laverne & Shirley laverne DeFazio ABC
Suzanne Somers Three's Company Chrissy Snow
Jean Stapleton All in the Family Edith Bunker CBS
1979
(37th)
Linda Lavin Award winner Alice Alice Hyatt CBS [19]
Penny Marshall Laverne & Shirley Laverne DeFazio ABC
Donna Pescow Angie Angie Falco
Jean Stapleton All in the Family Edith Bunker CBS
Loretta Swit M*A*S*H Maj. Margaret Houlihan

Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy[edit]

1980s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Katherine Helmond Award winner Soap Jessica Tate ABC [20]
Loni Anderson WKRP in Cincinnati Jennifer Marlowe CBS
Polly Holliday Flo Florence Jean Castleberry
Linda Lavin Alice Alice Hyatt
Lynn Redgrave House Calls Ann Atkinson
1981
(39th)
Eileen Brennan Award winner Private Benjamin Capt. Doreen Lewis CBS [21]
Loni Anderson WKRP in Cincinnati Jennifer Marlowe CBS
Bonnie Franklin One Day at a Time Ann Romano
Barbara Mandrell Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters Herself NBC
Loretta Swit M*A*S*H Maj. Margaret Houlihan CBS
1982
(40th)
Debbie Allen Award winner Fame Lydia Grant NBC [22]
Eileen Brennan Private Benjamin Capt. Doreen Lewis CBS
Nell Carter Gimme a Break! Nell Harper NBC
Bonnie Franklin One Day at a Time Ann Romano CBS
Rita Moreno 9 to 5 Violet Newstead ABC
Isabel Sanford The Jeffersons Louise Jefferson CBS
1983
(41st)
Joanna Cassidy Award winner Buffalo Bill Jojo White NBC [23]
Debbie Allen Fame Lydia Grant NBC
Madeline Kahn Oh Madeline Madeline Wayne ABC
Shelley Long Cheers Diane Chambers NBC
Isabel Sanford The Jeffersons Louise Jefferson CBS
1984
(42nd)
Shelley Long Award winner Cheers Diane Chambers NBC [24]
Debbie Allen Fame Lydia Grant NBC
Nell Carter Gimme a Break! Nell Harper
Susan Clark Webster Katherine Papadopalis ABC
Jane Curtin Kate & Allie Allie Lowell CBS
Isabel Sanford The Jeffersons Louise Jefferson
1985
(43rd)
Estelle Getty Award winner The Golden Girls Sophia Petrillo NBC [25]
Cybill Shepherd Award winner Moonlighting Maddie Hayes ABC
Bea Arthur The Golden Girls Dorothy Zbornak NBC
Rue McClanahan Blanche Devereaux
Betty White Rose Nylund
1986
(44th)
Cybill Shepherd Award winner Moonlighting Maddie Hayes ABC [26]
Bea Arthur The Golden Girls Dorothy Zbornak NBC
Estelle Getty Sophia Petrillo
Rue McClanahan Blanche Devereaux
Betty White Rose Nylund
1987
(45th)
Tracey Ullman Award winner The Tracey Ullman Show Various characters Fox [27]
Bea Arthur The Golden Girls Dorothy Zbornak NBC
Rue McClanahan Blanche Devereaux
Cybill Shepherd Moonlighting Maddie Hayes ABC
Betty White The Golden Girls Rose Nylund NBC
1988
(46th)
Candice Bergen Award winner Murphy Brown Murphy Brown CBS [28]
Bea Arthur The Golden Girls Dorothy Zbornak NBC
Roseanne Barr Roseanne Roseanne Conner ABC
Tracey Ullman The Tracey Ullman Show Various characters Fox
Betty White The Golden Girls Rose Nylund NBC
1989
(47th)
Jamie Lee Curtis Award winner Anything but Love Hannah Miller ABC [29]
Kirstie Alley Cheers Rebecca Howe NBC
Stephanie Beacham Sister Kate Sister Kate Lambert
Candice Bergen Murphy Brown Murphy Brown CBS
Tracey Ullman The Tracey Ullman Show Various characters Fox

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Kirstie Alley Award winner Cheers Rebecca Howe NBC [30]
Roseanne Barr Roseanne Roseanne Conner ABC
Candice Bergen Murphy Brown Murphy Brown CBS
Carol Burnett Carol & Company Various Characters NBC
Katey Sagal Married... with Children Peggy Bundy Fox
1991
(49th)
Candice Bergen Award winner Murphy Brown Murphy Brown CBS [31]
Kirstie Alley Cheers Rebecca Howe NBC
Roseanne Barr Roseanne Roseanne Conner ABC
Jamie Lee Curtis Anything but Love Hannah Miller
Katey Sagal Married... with Children Peggy Bundy Fox
1992
(50th)
Roseanne Barr Award winner Roseanne Roseanne Conner ABC [32]
Kirstie Alley Cheers Rebecca Howe NBC
Candice Bergen Murphy Brown Murphy Brown CBS
Helen Hunt Mad About You Jamie Buchman NBC
Katey Sagal Married... with Children Peggy Bundy Fox
1993
(51st)
Helen Hunt Award winner Mad About You Jamie Buchman NBC [33]
Roseanne Barr Roseanne Roseanne Conner ABC
Candice Bergen Murphy Brown Murphy Brown CBS
Patricia Richardson Home Improvement Jill Taylor ABC
Katey Sagal Married... with Children Peggy Bundy Fox
1994
(52nd)
Helen Hunt Award winner Mad About You Jamie Buchman NBC [34]
Candice Bergen Murphy Brown Murphy Brown CBS
Brett Butler Grace Under Fire Grace Kelly ABC
Ellen DeGeneres Ellen Ellen Morgan
Patricia Richardson Home Improvement Jill Taylor
1995
(53rd)
Cybill Shepherd Award winner Cybill Cybill Sheridan CBS [35]
Candice Bergen Murphy Brown Murphy Brown CBS
Ellen DeGeneres Ellen Ellen Morgan ABC
Fran Drescher The Nanny Fran Fine CBS
Helen Hunt Mad About You Jamie Buchman NBC
1996
(54th)
Helen Hunt Award winner Mad About You Jamie Buchman NBC [36]
Brett Butler Grace Under Fire Grace Kelly ABC
Fran Drescher The Nanny Fran Fine CBS
Cybill Shepherd Cybill Cybill Sheridan CBS
Brooke Shields Suddenly Susan Susan Keane NBC
Tracey Ullman Tracey Takes On... Various Characters HBO
1997
(55th)
Calista Flockhart Award winner Ally McBeal Ally McBeal Fox [37]
Kirstie Alley Veronica's Closet Veronica Chase NBC
Ellen DeGeneres Ellen Ellen Morgan ABC
Jenna Elfman Dharma & Greg Dharma Montgomery
Helen Hunt Mad About You Jamie Buchman NBC
Brooke Shields Suddenly Susan Susan Keane
1998
(56th)
Jenna Elfman Award winner Dharma & Greg Dharma Montgomery ABC [38]
Christina Applegate Jesse Jesse Warner NBC
Calista Flockhart Ally McBeal Ally McBeal Fox
Laura San Giacomo Just Shoot Me Maya Gallo NBC
Sarah Jessica Parker Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO
1999
(57th)
Sarah Jessica Parker Award winner Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO [39]
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
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2000
(38th)
Sarah Jessica Parker Award winner Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO [40]
Calista Flockhart Ally McBeal Ally McBeal Fox
Jane Kaczmarek Malcolm in the Middle Lois Wilkerson
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
Bette Midler Bette Bette CBS
2001
(59th)
Sarah Jessica Parker Award winner Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO [41]
Calista Flockhart Ally McBeal Ally McBeal Fox
Jane Kaczmarek Malcolm in the Middle Lois Wilkerson
Heather Locklear Spin City Caitlin Moore ABC
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
2002
(60th)
Jennifer Aniston Award winner Friends Rachel Green NBC [42]
Bonnie Hunt Life with Bonnie Bonnie Molloy ABC
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
2003
(61st)
Sarah Jessica Parker Award winner Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO [43]
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
Alicia Silverstone Miss Match Kate Fox NBC
2004
(62nd)
Teri Hatcher Award winner Desperate Housewives Susan Mayer ABC [44]
Marcia Cross Desperate Housewives Bree Van de Kamp ABC
Felicity Huffman Lynette Scavo
Debra Messing Will & Grace Grace Adler NBC
Sarah Jessica Parker Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw HBO
2005
(63rd)
Mary-Louise Parker Award winner Weeds Nancy Botwin Showtime [45]
Marcia Cross Desperate Housewives Bree Van de Kamp ABC
Teri Hatcher Susan Meyer
Felicity Huffman Lynette Scavo
Eva Longoria Gabrielle Solis
2006
(64th)
America Ferrera Award winner Ugly Betty Betty Suarez ABC [46]
Marcia Cross Desperate Housewives Bree Van de Kamp ABC
Felicity Huffman Lynette Scavo
Julia Louis-Dreyfus The New Adventures of Old Christine Christine Campbell CBS
Mary-Louise Parker Weeds Nancy Botwin Showtime
2007
(65th)
Tina Fey Award winner 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC [47]
Christina Applegate Samantha Who? Samantha "Sam" Newly ABC
America Ferrera Ugly Betty Betty Suarez
Anna Friel Pushing Daisies Charlotte "Chuck" Charles
Mary-Louise Parker Weeds Nancy Botwin Showtime
2008
(66th)
Tina Fey Award winner 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC [48]
Christina Applegate Samantha Who? Samantha "Sam" Newly ABC
America Ferrera Ugly Betty Betty Suarez
Debra Messing The Starter Wife Molly Kagan USA
Mary-Louise Parker Weeds Nancy Botwin Showtime
2009
(67th)
Toni Collette Award winner United States of Tara Tara Gregson Showtime [49]
Courteney Cox Cougar Town Jules Cobb ABC
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton Showtime
Tina Fey 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC
Lea Michele Glee Rachel Berry Fox

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Laura Linney Award winner The Big C Cathy Jamison Showtime [50]
Toni Collette United States of Tara Tara Gregson Showtime
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton
Tina Fey 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC
Lea Michele Glee Rachel Berry Fox
2011
(69th)
Laura Dern Award winner Enlightened Amy Jellicoe HBO [51]
Zooey Deschanel New Girl Jessica Day Fox
Tina Fey 30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC
Laura Linney The Big C Cathy Jamison Showtime
Amy Poehler Parks and Recreation Leslie Knope NBC
2012
(70th)
Lena Dunham Award winner Girls Hannah Horvath HBO [52]
Zooey Deschanel New Girl Jessica Day Fox
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton Showtime
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
Amy Poehler Parks and Recreation Leslie Knope NBC
2013
(71st)
Amy Poehler Award winner Parks and Recreation Leslie Knope NBC [53]
Zooey Deschanel New Girl Jessica Day Fox
Lena Dunham Girls Hanna Horvath HBO
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton Showtime
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
2014
(72nd)
Gina Rodriguez Award winner Jane the Virgin Jane Villanueva The CW [54]
Lena Dunham Girls Hannah Horvath HBO
Edie Falco Nurse Jackie Jackie Peyton Showtime
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
Taylor Schilling Orange is the New Black Piper Chapman Netflix
2015
(73rd)
Rachel Bloom Award winner Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Rebecca Bunch The CW [55]
Jamie Lee Curtis Scream Queens Dean Cathy Munsch Fox
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
Gina Rodriguez Jane the Virgin Jane Villanueva The CW
Lily Tomlin Grace and Frankie Frankie Bergstein Netflix
2016
(74th)
Tracee Ellis Ross Award winner Black-ish Dr. Rainbow "Bow" Johnson ABC [56]
Rachel Bloom Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Rebecca Bunch The CW
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Veep Selina Meyer HBO
Sarah Jessica Parker Divorce Frances Dufresne HBO
Issa Rae Insecure Issa Dee HBO
Gina Rodriguez Jane the Virgin Jane Villanueva The CW

Superlatives[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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