Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film

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Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Country United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded February 5, 1971
Currently held by Maura Tierney,
The Affair (2015)
Most awards
Most nominations Rhea Perlman, (6)
Official website goldenglobes.org

The Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film 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 supporting role on a television series, miniseries or motion picture made for television for the calendar year. The award was first presented at the 28th Golden Globe Awards on February 5, 1971 to Gail Fisher for her role on Mannix. It was presented under the title Best Supporting Actress – Television Series before changing to its current title in 1980.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 44 actresses. Maura Tierney is the current recipient of the award for her portrayal of Helen Solloway on The Affair. Valerie Bertinelli, Faye Dunaway, and Polly Holliday have won the most awards in this category with two each. Rhea Perlman has been nominated for the award on six occasions, the most within 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 Supporting Actress – Television Series[edit]

1970s[edit]

Gail Fisher was the first winner in this category for her role in Mannix as Peggy Fair. She would later receive two more nominations.
Julie Kavner received four nominations for her performance on Rhoda as Brenda Morgenstern.
Hermione Baddeley won the award for her portrayal of Mrs. Nell Naugatuck in Maude.
Sally Struthers received four nominations for her performance on All in the Family as Gloria Stivic.
Polly Holliday won two consecutive awards in 1978 and 1979 for her role in Alice as Florence "Flo" Castleberry, tying with Valerie Bertinelli and Faye Dunaway for the most wins in the category.
Valerie Bertinelli won twice for her performance on One Day at a Time as Barbara Cooper, tying with Faye Dunaway and Polly Holliday for the most wins in the category.
Barbara Stanwyck (pictured right) won in 1983 for The Thorn Birds.
Faye Dunaway tied with Valerie Bertinelli and Polly Holliday for the most wins in the category, winning the award for her performances in the Ellis Island (1984) and Gia (1998).
Katherine Helmond won the award in 1989 for her role on Who's the Boss? as Mona Robinson.
Rhea Perlman received six nominations, the most in the category, for her portrayal of Carla Tortelli on Cheers.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus won in 1993 for her performance on Seinfeld as Elaine Benes.
Kathy Bates won the award for her performance on the HBO television film The Late Shift (1996).
Christine Baranski received two nominations for her portrayal of Maryann Thorpe on Cybill.
Angelina Jolie won the award for her role in George Wallace (1997).
Cynthia Nixon received four nominations for her performance on Sex and the City as Miranda Hobbes.
Vanessa Redgrave won for her performance on the HBO television film If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000).
Kim Cattrall won in 2002 for her role in Sex and the City as Samantha Jones.
Sandra Oh won the award for her portrayal of Cristina Yang on Grey's Anatomy.
Chloë Sevigny won for her performance on Big Love as Nicolette Grant.
Jessica Lange won the award for her role as Constance Langdon on the FX anthology series American Horror Story: Murder House.
Hayden Panettiere received two nominations for her performance on Nashville.
Maura Tierney won for her portrayal of Helen Solloway on The Affair.
Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Gail Fisher Award winner Mannix Peggy Fair CBS [1]
Sue Ane Langdon Arnie Lilian Nuvo CBS
Miyoshi Umeki The Courtship of Eddie's Father Mrs. Livingston ABC
Karen Valentine Room 222 Miss Alice Johnson
Lesley Ann Warren Mission: Impossible Dana Lambert CBS
1971
(29th)
Sue Ane Langdon Award winner Arnie Lilian Nuvo CBS [2]
Amanda Blake Gunsmoke Miss Kitty Russell CBS
Gail Fisher Mannix Peggy Fair
Sally Struthers All in the Family Gloria Stivic
Lily Tomlin Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Various Characters NBC
1972
(30th)
Ruth Buzzi Award winner Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Various Characters NBC [3]
Susan Dey The Partridge Family Laurie Partridge ABC
Vicki Lawrence The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters CBS
Audra Lindley Bridget Loves Bernie Amy Fitzgerald
Sally Struthers All in the Family Gloria Stivic
Elena Verdugo Marcus Welby, M.D. Consuelo Lopez ABC
1973
(31st)
Ellen Corby Award winner The Waltons Esther Walton CBS [4]
Gail Fisher Mannix Peggy Fair CBS
Valerie Harper The Mary Tyler Moore Show Rhoda Morgenstern
Sally Struthers All in the Family Gloria Stivic
Loretta Swit M*A*S*H Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan
1974
(32nd)
Betty Garrett Award winner All in the Family Irene Lorenzo CBS [5]
Ellen Corby The Waltons Esther Walton CBS
Julie Kavner Rhoda Brenda Morgenstern
Vicki Lawrence The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters
Nancy Walker McMillan & Wife Mildred NBC
1975
(33rd)
Hermione Baddeley Award winner Maude Mrs. Nell Naugatuck CBS [6]
Susan Howard Petrocelli Maggie Petrocelli NBC
Julie Kavner Rhoda Brenda Morgenstern CBS
Nancy Walker McMillan & Wife Mildred NBC
Rhoda Ida Morgenstern CBS
1976
(34th)
Josette Banzet Award winner Rich Man, Poor Man Miss Lenaut ABC [7]
Adrienne Barbeau Maude Carol Traynor CBS
Darleen Carr Once an Eagle Tommy Caldwell NBC
Ellen Corby The Waltons Esther Walton CBS
Julie Kavner Rhoda Brenda Morgenstern
Vicki Lawrence The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters
Anne Meara Rhoda Sally Gallagher
Sally Struthers All in the Family Gloria Stivic
1977
(35th)
No Award
1978
(36th)
Polly Holliday Award winner Alice Florence "Flo" Castleberry NBC [8]
Marilu Henner Taxi Elaine Nardo ABC
Julie Kavner Rhoda Brenda Morgenstern CBS
Linda Kelsey Lou Grant Billie Newman
Audra Lindley Three's Company Helen Roper ABC
Nancy Walker Rhoda Ida Morgenstern CBS
1979
(37th)
Polly Holliday Award winner Alice Florence "Flo" Castleberry CBS [9]
Loni Anderson WKRP in Cincinnati Jennifer Marlowe CBS
Marilu Henner Taxi Elaine Nardo ABC
Beth Howland Alice Vera Louise Gorman CBS
Linda Kelsey Lou Grant Billie Newman

Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film[edit]

1980s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Valerie Bertinelli Award winner One Day at a Time Barbara Cooper CBS [10]
Diane Ladd Award winner Alice Isabelle "Belle" Dupree
Marilu Henner Taxi Elaine Nardo ABC
Beth Howland Alice Vera Louise Gorman CBS
Linda Kelsey Lou Grant Billie Newman
1981
(39th)
Valerie Bertinelli Award winner One Day at a Time Barbara Cooper CBS [11]
Danielle Brisebois Archie Bunker's Place Stephanie Mills CBS
Beth Howland Alice Vera Louise Gorman
Marilu Henner Taxi Elaine Nardo ABC
Lauren Tewes The Love Boat Julie McCoy
1982
(40th)
Shelley Long Award winner Cheers Diane Chambers NBC [12]
Valerie Bertinelli One Day at a Time Barbara Cooper CBS
Marilu Henner Taxi Elaine Nardo ABC
Beth Howland Alice Vera Louise Gorman CBS
Carol Kane Taxi Simka Dahblitz ABC
Loretta Swit M*A*S*H Margaret Houlihan CBS
1983
(41st)
Barbara Stanwyck Award winner The Thorn Birds ABC [13]
Polly Holliday The Gift of Love: A Christmas Story Aunt Minerva CBS
Angela Lansbury Amanda Fenwick
Piper Laurie The Thorn Birds Anne Mueller ABC
Jean Simmons Fee Cleary
Victoria Tennant The Winds of War Pamela Tudsbury
1984
(42nd)
Faye Dunaway Award winner Ellis Island Maud Charteris CBS [14]
Selma Diamond Night Court Selma Hacker NBC
Marla Gibbs The Jeffersons Florence Johnston CBS
Gina Lollobrigida Falcon Crest Francesca Gioberti
Rhea Perlman Cheers Carla Tortelli NBC
Roxana Zal Something About Amelia Amelia Bennett ABC
1985
(43rd)
Sylvia Sidney Award winner An Early Frost Beatrice McKenna NBC [15]
Lesley-Anne Down North and South Madeline Fabray ABC
Katherine Helmond Who's the Boss? Mona Robinson
Kate Reid Death of a Salesman Linda Loman CBS
Inga Swenson Benson Gretchen Kraus ABC
1986
(44th)
Olivia de Havilland Award winner Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna Dowager Empress Maria NBC [16]
Justine Bateman Family Ties Mallory Keaton NBC
Piper Laurie Promise Annie Gilbert CBS
Lilli Palmer Peter the Great Tsarina Natalya NBC
Geraldine Page Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story Itta Halaunbrenner ABC
Rhea Perlman Cheers Carla Tortelli NBC
1987
(45th)
Claudette Colbert Award winner The Two Mrs. Grenvilles Alice Grenville NBC [17]
Allyce Beasley Moonlighting Agnes DiPesto ABC
Julia Duffy Newhart Stephanie Vanderkellen CBS
Christine Lahti Amerika Althea Milford ABC
Rhea Perlman Cheers Carla Tortelli NBC
1988
(46th)
Katherine Helmond Award winner Who's the Boss? Mona Robinson ABC [18]
Jackée Harry 227 Sandra Clark NBC
Swoosie Kurtz Baja Oklahoma Doris Steadman HBO
Rhea Perlman Cheers Carla Tortelli NBC
Susan Ruttan L.A. Law Roxanne Melman
1989
(47th)
Amy Madigan Award winner Roe vs. Wade Sarah Weddington NBC [19]
Anjelica Huston Lonesome Dove Clara Allen CBS
Rhea Perlman Cheers Carla Tortelli NBC
Susan Ruttan L.A. Law Roxanne Melman
Julie Sommars Matlock Julie Marsh

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Piper Laurie Award winner Twin Peaks Catherine Martell ABC [20]
Sherilyn Fenn Twin Peaks Audrey Horne ABC
Faith Ford Murphy Brown Corky Sherwood CBS
Marg Helgenberger China Beach Karen "K.C." Koloski ABC
Park Overall Empty Nest Laverne Todd NBC
1991
(49th)
Amanda Donohoe Award winner L.A. Law Cara Jean Lamb NBC [21]
Sammi Davis Homefront Caroline Hailey ABC
Faith Ford Murphy Brown Corky Sherwood CBS
Estelle Getty The Golden Girls Sophia Petrillo NBC
Park Overall Empty Nest Laverne Todd
Rhea Perlman Cheers Carla Tortelli
Jean Stapleton Fire in the Dark Henny CBS
1992
(50th)
Joan Plowright Award winner Stalin Olga Alliluyeva HBO [22]
Olympia Dukakis Sinatra Dolly Sinatra CBS
Laurie Metcalf Roseanne Jackie Harris ABC
Park Overall Empty Nest Laverne Todd NBC
Amanda Plummer Miss Rose White Lusia Burke
Gena Rowlands Crazy in Love Honora Swift TNT
1993
(51st)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Award winner Seinfeld Elaine Benes NBC [23]
Cynthia Gibb Gypsy Rose Hovick CBS
Ann-Margret Alex Haley's Queen Sally Jackson
Cecilia Peck The Portrait Margaret Church TNT
Theresa Saldana The Commish Rachel Scali ABC
1994
(52nd)
Miranda Richardson Award winner Fatherland Charlie Maguire HBO [24]
Sônia Braga The Burning Season Regina de Carvalho HBO
Tyne Daly Christy Alice Henderson CBS
Jane Leeves Frasier Daphne Moon NBC
Laura Leighton Melrose Place Sydney Andrews Fox
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Seinfeld Elaine Benes NBC
Laurie Metcalf Roseanne Jackie Harris ABC
Leigh Taylor-Young Picket Fences Rachel Harris CBS
Liz Torres The John Larroquette Show Mahalia Sanchez NBC
1995
(53rd)
Shirley Knight Award winner Indictment: The McMartin Trial Peggy Buckey HBO [25]
Christine Baranski Cybill Maryann Thorpe CBS
Judy Davis Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story Diane Divelbess NBC
Melanie Griffith Buffalo Girls Dora DuFran CBS
Lisa Kudrow Friends Phoebe Buffay NBC
Julianna Margulies ER Carol Hathaway
1996
(54th)
Kathy Bates Award winner The Late Shift Helen Kushnick HBO [26]
Christine Baranski Cybill Maryann Thorpe CBS
Cher If These Walls Could Talk Dr. Beth Thompson HBO
Kristen Johnson 3rd Rock from the Sun Sally Solomon NBC
Greta Scacchi Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny Tsarina Alexandra HBO
1997
(55th)
Angelina Jolie Award winner George Wallace Cornelia Wallace TNT [27]
Joely Fisher Ellen Paige Clark ABC
Della Reese Touched by an Angel Tess CBS
Gloria Reuben ER Jeanie Boulet NBC
Mare Winningham George Wallace Lurleen Wallace TNT
1998
(56th)
Faye Dunaway Award winner Gia Wilhelmina Cooper HBO [28]
Camryn Manheim Award winner The Practice Ellenor Frutt ABC
Helena Bonham Carter Merlin Morgan le Fay NBC
Jane Krakowski Ally McBeal Elaine Vassal Fox
Wendie Malick Just Shoot Me! Nina Van Horn NBC
Susan Sullivan Dharma & Greg Kitty Montgomery ABC
1999
(57th)
Nancy Marchand Award winner The Sopranos Livia Soprano HBO [29]
Kathy Bates Annie Miss Agatha Hannigan ABC
Jacqueline Bisset Joan of Arc Isabelle d'Arc CBS
Kim Cattrall Sex and the City Samantha Jones HBO
Melanie Griffith RKO 281 Marion Davies
Cynthia Nixon Sex and the City Miranda Hobbes
Miranda Richardson The Big Brass Ring Dinah Pellerin Showtime

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2000
(38th)
Vanessa Redgrave Award winner If These Walls Could Talk 2 Edith Tree HBO [30]
Kim Cattrall Sex and the City Samantha Jones HBO
Faye Dunaway Running Mates Mel Gable TNT
Allison Janney The West Wing C. J. Cregg NBC
Megan Mullally Will & Grace Karen Walker
Cynthia Nixon Sex and the City Miranda Hobbes HBO
2001
(59th)
Rachel Griffiths Award winner Six Feet Under Brenda Chenowith HBO [31]
Jennifer Aniston Friends Rachel Green NBC
Tammy Blanchard Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows Young Judy Garland ABC
Allison Janney The West Wing C. J. Cregg NBC
Megan Mullally Will & Grace Karen Walker
2002
(60th)
Kim Cattrall Award winner Sex and the City Samantha Jones HBO [32]
Megan Mullally Will & Grace Karen Walker NBC
Cynthia Nixon Sex and the City Miranda Hobbes HBO
Parker Posey Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay Jinger Heath CBS
Gena Rowlands Hysterical Blindness Virginia Miller HBO
2003
(61st)
Mary-Louise Parker Award winner Angels in America Harper Pitt HBO [33]
Kim Cattrall Sex and the City Samantha Jones HBO
Kristin Davis Charlotte York Goldenblatt
Megan Mullally Will & Grace Karen Walker NBC
Cynthia Nixon Sex and the City Miranda Hobbes HBO
2004
(62nd)
Anjelica Huston Award winner Iron Jawed Angels Carrie Chapman Catt HBO [34]
Drea de Matteo The Sopranos Adriana La Cerva HBO
Nicollette Sheridan Desperate Housewives Edie Britt ABC
Charlize Theron The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Britt Ekland HBO
Emily Watson Anne Howe
2005
(63rd)
Sandra Oh Award winner Grey's Anatomy Dr. Cristina Yang ABC [35]
Candice Bergen Boston Legal Shirley Schmidt ABC
Camryn Manheim Elvis Gladys Presley CBS
Elizabeth Perkins Weeds Celia Hodes Showtime
Joanne Woodward Empire Falls Francine Whiting HBO
2006
(64th)
Emily Blunt Award winner Gideon's Daughter Natasha Warner BBC America [36]
Toni Collette Tsunami: The Aftermath Kathy Graham HBO
Katherine Heigl Grey's Anatomy Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens ABC
Sarah Paulson Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Harriet Hayes NBC
Elizabeth Perkins Weeds Celia Hodes Showtime
2007
(65th)
Samantha Morton Award winner Longford Myra Hindley HBO [37]
Rose Byrne Damages Ellen Parsons FX
Rachel Griffiths Brothers & Sisters Sarah Whedon ABC
Katherine Heigl Grey's Anatomy Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens
Anna Paquin Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Elaine Goodale HBO
Jaime Pressly My Name Is Earl Joy Turner NBC
2008
(66th)
Laura Dern Award winner Recount Katherine Harris HBO [38]
Eileen Atkins Cranford Deborah Jenkyns PBS
Melissa George In Treatment Laura Hill HBO
Rachel Griffiths Brothers & Sisters Sarah Whedon ABC
Dianne Wiest In Treatment Dr. Gina Toll HBO
2009
(67th)
Chloë Sevigny Award winner Big Love Nicolette "Nicki" Grant HBO [39]
Jane Adams Hung Tanya Skagle HBO
Rose Byrne Damages Ellen Parsons FX
Jane Lynch Glee Sue Sylvester Fox
Janet McTeer Into the Storm Clementine Churchill HBO

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Jane Lynch Award winner Glee Sue Sylvester Fox [40]
Hope Davis The Special Relationship Hillary Clinton HBO
Kelly Macdonald Boardwalk Empire Margaret Thompson
Julia Stiles Dexter Lumen Pierce Showtime
Sofía Vergara Modern Family Gloria Delgado-Pritchett ABC
2011
(69th)
Jessica Lange Award winner American Horror Story: Murder House Constance Langdon FX [41]
Kelly Macdonald Boardwalk Empire Margaret Thompson HBO
Maggie Smith Downton Abbey Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham PBS
Sofía Vergara Modern Family Gloria Delgado-Pritchett ABC
Evan Rachel Wood Mildred Pierce Veda Pierce HBO
2012
(70th)
Maggie Smith Award winner Downton Abbey Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham PBS [42]
Hayden Panettiere Nashville Juliette Barnes ABC
Archie Panjabi The Good Wife Kalinda Sharma CBS
Sarah Paulson Game Change Nicolle Wallace HBO
Sofía Vergara Modern Family Gloria Delgado-Pritchett ABC
2013
(71st)
Jacqueline Bisset Award winner Dancing on the Edge Lady Lavinia Cremone Starz [43]
Janet McTeer The White Queen Jacquetta of Luxembourg, Countess Rivers Starz
Hayden Panettiere Nashville Juliette Barnes ABC
Monica Potter Parenthood Kristina Braverman NBC
Sofía Vergara Modern Family Gloria Delgado-Pritchett ABC
2014
(72nd)
Joanne Froggatt Award winner Downton Abbey Anna Bates PBS [44]
Uzo Aduba Orange Is the New Black Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren Netflix
Kathy Bates American Horror Story: Freak Show Ethel Darling FX
Allison Janney Mom Bonnie Plunkett CBS
Michelle Monaghan True Detective Maggie Hart HBO
2015
(73rd)
Maura Tierney Award winner The Affair Helen Solloway Showtime [45]
Uzo Aduba Orange Is the New Black Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren Netflix
Joanne Froggatt Downton Abbey Anna Bates PBS
Regina King American Crime Aliyah Shadeed ABC
Judith Light Transparent Shelly Pfefferman Amazon

Superlatives[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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