List of awards and nominations received by Meryl Streep

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Meryl Streep awards and nominations
Meryl Streep at the 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards
Streep at the 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards in January 2014
Totals[a]
Wins149
Nominations407
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

American actress Meryl Streep has been recognized with multiple awards and nominations for her work in film, television, and stage. She holds the record for the most Academy Award nominations of any actor, having been nominated twenty-one times—seventeen for Best Actress, and four for Best Supporting Actress—since the first nomination in 1978 for her performance in The Deer Hunter.[1] She has won three times for her work in Kramer vs. Kramer (1980), Sophie's Choice (1983), and The Iron Lady (2012), making her the fifth actor to win three competitive acting Academy Awards.[a] In 2009, Streep became the most-nominated performer in the Golden Globe Awards history when her Best Actress nominations for Doubt and Mamma Mia! gave her twenty-three in total, surpassing Jack Lemmon’s previous record of 22.[3][4] Three years later, she garnered her eighth win for The Iron Lady, more than any actors.[5][6] At the 74th Golden Globe Awards, she was nominated for the record-breaking thirtieth time for her performance in Florence Foster Jenkins, and received the honorary Cecil B. DeMille Award.[7]

With her fifteenth nomination for Florence Foster Jenkins in 2017, Streep ties with Judi Dench for the most-nominated actor at the British Academy Film Awards.[8] She has won the award for Best Actress twice for her performances in The French Lieutenant's Woman (1982) and The Iron Lady (2012). For her work in The Hours, Streep received a Silver Bear for Best Actress at the 53rd Berlin International Film Festival, who later recognized her with an Honorary Golden Bear at their 62nd ceremony. In Italy, she consecutively won the David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress in 1984 and 1985 for Falling in Love and Out of Africa. At the 1986 Valladolid International Film Festival, she received the award for Best Actress for her role in Heartburn. Her portrayal as Lindy Chamberlain in Evil Angels[b] earned her a Cannes Film Festival Award and AACTA Award for Best Actress, both in 1989.

In 1976, Streep won the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Performance for her stage debut in Trelawny of the "Wells" and Tennessee Williams' 27 Wagons Full of Cotton.[9] The latter work also earned her nominations for Best Actress at the Drama Desk and Tony Award. The following year, she was a double nominee at the Drama Desk Award for the featured role in The Cherry Orchard and starred in the musical Happy End. Streep won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress – Miniseries or a Movie for her roles in the miniseries Holocaust (1978) and Angels in America at the 2004 Ceremony. She also won Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Narrator for her work on documentary Five Came Back at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2017.

In 1983, Yale University, from which Streep graduated in 1975,[10] awarded her an Honorary Degree, a Doctorate of Fine Arts.[11] The first university to award her an Honorary Degree was Dartmouth College, where she spent time as a transfer student in 1970, in 1981. In 1998, Women in Film awarded Streep with the Crystal Award, an honor for outstanding women who, through their endurance and the excellence of their work, have helped to expand the role of women within the entertainment industry.[12] The same year, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 1999, she was awarded a George Eastman Award, given by George Eastman House for distinguished contribution to the art of film.[13] In 2003, Streep was awarded an Honorary César by the French Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma. In 2004, at the Moscow International Film Festival, she was honored with the Stanislavsky Award for the outstanding achievement in the career of acting and devotion to the principles of Stanislavsky's school. Also in 2004, she received the AFI Life Achievement Award. In 2008, Streep was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame. In 2009, she was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts by Princeton University.[14] In 2010, she was awarded the National Medal of Arts, elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Arts degree by Harvard University.[15][16][17] On December 4, 2011, Streep, along with Neil Diamond, Yo-Yo Ma, Sonny Rollins, and Barbara Cook, received the 2011 Kennedy Center Honor. On February 14, 2012, she received the Honorary Golden Bear at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival.[18][19] In 2014, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.[20]

Major awards[edit]

Key
Indicates non-competitive categories Indicates non-competitive categories
Organizations Year[c] Category Work Result Ref.
Academy Awards 1979 Best Supporting Actress The Deer Hunter Nominated [21]
1980 Kramer vs. Kramer Won [22]
1982 Best Actress The French Lieutenant's Woman Nominated [23]
1983 Sophie's Choice Won [24]
1984 Silkwood Nominated [25]
1986 Out of Africa Nominated [26]
1988 Ironweed Nominated [27]
1989 A Cry in the Dark[b] Nominated [28]
1991 Postcards from the Edge Nominated [29]
1996 The Bridges of Madison County Nominated [30]
1999 One True Thing Nominated [31]
2000 Music of the Heart Nominated [32]
2003 Best Supporting Actress Adaptation Nominated [33]
2007 Best Actress The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [34]
2009 Doubt Nominated [35]
2010 Julie & Julia Nominated [36]
2012 The Iron Lady Won [37]
2014 August: Osage County Nominated [38]
2015 Best Supporting Actress Into the Woods Nominated [39]
2017 Best Actress Florence Foster Jenkins Nominated [40]
2018 The Post Nominated [41]
Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards 1989 Best Lead Actress – Cinema Evil Angels[b] Won [43]
BAFTA Awards 1980 Best Film Actress in a Supporting Role Manhattan Nominated [44]
Best Film Actress in a Leading Role The Deer Hunter Nominated
1981 Kramer vs. Kramer Nominated [45]
1982 The French Lieutenant's Woman Won [46]
1984 Sophie's Choice Nominated [47]
1985 Silkwood Nominated [48]
1987 Out of Africa Nominated [49]
2003 The Hours Nominated [50]
Best Film Actress in a Supporting Role Adaptation Nominated
2005 The Manchurian Candidate Nominated [51]
2007 Best Film Actress in a Leading Role The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [52]
2009 Doubt Nominated [53]
2010 Julie & Julia Nominated [54]
2012 The Iron Lady Won [55]
2017 Florence Foster Jenkins Nominated [56]
César Awards 2003 Honorary César Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [57]
[58]
[59]
Golden Globe Awards 1979 Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture The Deer Hunter Nominated [60]
1980 Kramer vs. Kramer Won [61]
1982 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama The French Lieutenant's Woman Won [62]
1983 Sophie's Choice Won [63]
1984 Silkwood Nominated [64]
1986 Out of Africa Nominated [65]
1989 A Cry in the Dark[b] Nominated [66]
1990 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy She-Devil Nominated [67]
1991 Postcards from the Edge Nominated [68]
1993 Death Becomes Her Nominated [69]
1995 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama The River Wild Nominated [70]
1996 The Bridges of Madison County Nominated [71]
1997 Marvin's Room Nominated [72]
1998 Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture – Television ...First Do No Harm Nominated [73]
1999 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama One True Thing Nominated [74]
2000 Music of the Heart Nominated [75]
2003 The Hours Nominated [76]
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Adaptation Won
2004 Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture – Television Angels in America Won [77]
2005 Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture The Manchurian Candidate Nominated [78]
2007 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy The Devil Wears Prada Won [79]
2009 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Doubt Nominated [80]
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Mamma Mia! Nominated
2010 It's Complicated Nominated [81]
Julie & Julia Won
2012 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama The Iron Lady Won [82]
2013 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Hope Springs Nominated [83]
2014 August: Osage County Nominated [84]
2015 Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Into the Woods Nominated [85]
2017 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Florence Foster Jenkins Nominated [86]
Cecil B. DeMille Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won
2018 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama The Post Nominated [87]
2020 Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television Big Little Lies Nominated [88]
Grammy Awards 1986 Best Album for Children The Velveteen Rabbit Nominated [89]
1989 The Tailor of Gloucester Nominated
The Tale of Peter Rabbit Nominated
2008 Best Spoken Word Album for Children The One and Only Shrek![d] Nominated
2009 Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Mamma Mia! Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards 1978 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Television Movie Holocaust Won [90]
1997 ...First Do No Harm Nominated
2004 Angels in America Won
2017 Outstanding Narrator Five Came Back Won
2020 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Big Little Lies Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 1995 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture The River Wild Nominated [91]
1996 The Bridges of Madison County Nominated [92]
1997 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture The cast of Marvin's Room[e] Nominated [93]
1999 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture One True Thing Nominated [94]
2000 Music of the Heart Nominated [95]
2003 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture The cast of Adaptation[f] Nominated [96]
The cast of The Hours[g] Nominated
2004 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television Angels in America Won [97]
2007 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [98]
2009 Doubt Won [99]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture The cast of Doubt[h] Nominated
2010 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture Julie & Julia Nominated [100]
2012 The Iron Lady Nominated [101]
2014 August: Osage County Nominated [102]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture The cast of August: Osage County[i] Nominated
2015 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture Into the Woods Nominated [103]
2017 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture Florence Foster Jenkins Nominated [104]
2020 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Drama Series The cast of Big Little Lies[j] Nominated [105]
Tony Awards 1976 Best Featured Actress in a Play 27 Wagons Full of Cotton Nominated [106]

Miscellaneous awards[edit]

Organizations Year[k] Category Work Result Ref.
AACTA International Awards 2012 Best Actress The Iron Lady Won [107]
2014 August: Osage County Nominated [108]
2015 Best Supporting Actress Into the Woods Nominated [109]
AARP's Movies for Grown-Ups Awards 2003 Best Actress Adaptation Won [110]
2005 The Manchurian Candidate Runner-up [111]
Breakaway Performance Stuck on You Runner-up
2007 Best Actress The Devil Wears Prada Runner-up [112]
2008 Lions for Lambs Runner-up [113]
2009 Doubt Won [114]
Best Grown-Up Love Story Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan for Mamma Mia! Runner-up
2010 Meryl Streep and Stanley Tucci for Julie & Julia Won [115]
[116]
Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin, and Steve Martin for It's Complicated Runner-up
Best Actress Julie & Julia Runner-up
It's Complicated Runner-up
2012 The Iron Lady Runner-up [117]
Best Grown-Up Love Story Meryl Streep and Jim Broadbent for The Iron Lady Won
2013 Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones for Hope Springs Runner-up [118]
Best Actress Hope Springs Runner-up
2014 August: Osage County Runner-up [119]
2017 Florence Foster Jenkins Runner-up [120]
Best Grown-Up Love Story Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant for Florence Foster Jenkins Runner-up
2018 Best Actress The Post Runner-up [121]
[122]
Aftonbladet TV Prize 1986 Female Foreign TV Personality of the Year Meryl Streep Won [123]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2006 Best Actress in a Comedic Performance The Devil Wears Prada Won [124]
[125]
2007 Actress Defying Age and Ageism Meryl Streep Nominated [126]
[127]
2008 Best Actress Doubt Nominated [128]
[129]
Actress Defying Age and Ageism Mamma Mia! Nominated
Lifetime Achievement Award Meryl Streep Nominated
Women's Image Award Nominated
2009 Best Animated Female Fantastic Mr. Fox Nominated [130]
[131]
Best Depiction of Nudity, Sexuality, or Seduction Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin for It's Complicated Won[l]
Actress Defying Age and Ageism It's Complicated
Julie & Julia
Won
Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in the Film Industry Nominated
Best Actress Julie & Julia Nominated
Lifetime Achievement Award Meryl Streep Nominated
Women's Image Award Nominated
2012 Best Actress The Iron Lady Nominated [132]
[133]
Female Icon Award Nominated
Actress Defying Age and Ageism Nominated
2013 August: Osage County Nominated [134]
[135]
2015 Into the Woods Nominated [136]
[137]
American Academy of Arts and Letters 2010 Honorary Member Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [138]
American Comedy Awards 1991 Funniest Actress in a Motion Picture Postcards from the Edge Won [139]
[140]
1993 Death Becomes Her Nominated [141]
[142]
American Film Institute 2004 AFI Life Achievement Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [143]
[144]
Austin Film Critics Association 2019 Best Ensemble The cast of Little Women Nominated [145]
Berlin International Film Festival 1999 Berlinale Camera Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [146]
2003 Silver Bear for Best Actress The Hours[m] Won [147]
2012 Honorary Golden Bear Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [148]
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1996 Favorite Actress – Drama (Theatrical) The Bridges of Madison County Nominated [149]
[150]
Boston Society of Film Critics 1982 Best Actress Sophie's Choice Won [151]
2006 Best Supporting Actress The Devil Wears Prada Runner-up [152]
2009 Best Actress Julie & Julia Won [153]
2011 The Iron Lady Runner-up [154]
2019 Best Cast The cast of Little Women Won [155]
Britannia Awards 2015 Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in Film Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [156]
British Independent Film Awards 2012 Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film The Iron Lady Nominated [157]
[158]
Cannes Film Festival 1989 Best Actress A Cry in the Dark[b] Won [159]
Capri Hollywood International Film Festival 2013 Best Actress August: Osage County Won [160]
Best Ensemble Cast The cast of August: Osage County[i] Won
Chicago Film Critics Association 1996 Best Actress The Bridges of Madison County Nominated [161]
2003 Best Supporting Actress Adaptation Won [162]
2006 Best Actress The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [163]
[164]
2008 Doubt Nominated [165]
2009 Julie & Julia Nominated
2011 The Iron Lady Nominated [166]
[167]
2013 August: Osage County Nominated [168]
[169]
Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film 1997 Best Supporting Actress Marvin's Room Nominated [170]
Costume Designers Guild 2017 Distinguished Collaborator Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [171]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2003 Best Supporting Actress Adaptation Nominated [172]
Best Acting Ensemble The cast of The Hours[n] Nominated
2007 Best Actress The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [173]
Best Acting Ensemble The cast of A Prairie Home Companion[o] Nominated
2009 The cast of Doubt[h] Nominated [174]
Best Actress Doubt Won[p]
2010 Julie & Julia Won[q] [175]
2012 The Iron Lady Nominated [176]
2014 August: Osage County Nominated [177]
[178]
Best Acting Ensemble The cast of August: Osage County[i] Nominated
2015 Best Supporting Actress Into the Woods Nominated [179]
Best Acting Ensemble The cast of Into the Woods[r] Nominated
2016 Best Actress in a Comedy Florence Foster Jenkins Won [180]
2018 Best Actress The Post Nominated [181]
Best Acting Ensemble The cast of The Post[s] Nominated
2020 The cast of Little Women[t] Nominated [182]
Critics' Choice Television Awards 2020 Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Big Little Lies Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 2003 Best Supporting Actress Adaptation Runner-up [183]
[184]
2005 The Manchurian Candidate 5th place [185]
2006 Best Actress The Devil Wears Prada 3rd place [186]
2008 Doubt Runner-up [187]
2009 Julie & Julia Runner-up [188]
[189]
2011 The Iron Lady 3rd place [190]
[191]
2013 August: Osage County 4th place [192]
[193]
2017 The Post 5th place [194]
David di Donatello 1982 Best Foreign Actress The French Lieutenant's Woman Nominated [195]
1984 Sophie's Choice Nominated
1985 Falling in Love Won
1986 Out of Africa Won
Detroit Film Critics Society 2008 Best Actress Doubt Nominated [196]
2009 Julie & Julia Nominated [197]
2011 The Iron Lady Nominated [198]
2013 August: Osage County Nominated [199]
Best Ensemble The cast of August: Osage County[i] Nominated
2014 The cast of Into the Woods[u] Nominated [200]
2017 The cast of The Post Won [201]
Dorian Awards 2012 Film Performance of the Year The Iron Lady Won [202]
2018 Timeless Star Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [202]
Drama Desk Award 1976 Outstanding Actress in a Play Secret Service
A Memory of Two Mondays / 27 Wagons Full of Cotton
Trelawny of the "Wells"
Nominated [203]
1977 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Happy End Nominated [204]
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play The Cherry Orchard Nominated
2002 Outstanding Actress in a Play The Seagull Nominated [205]
2007 Mother Courage and Her Children Nominated [206]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle 2006 Best Supporting Actress The Devil Wears Prada 3rd place [207]
2009 Best Actress Doubt 5th place [208]
Empire Awards 2012 Best Actress The Iron Lady Nominated [209]
Entertainment Industries Council 2014 Performance in a Feature Film August: Osage County Nominated [210]
[211]
Eugene O'Neill Theater Center 2014 Monte Cristo Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [212]
Film Society of Lincoln Center 2008 Chaplin Award Gala Tribute Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [213]
Florida Film Critics Circle 2002 Best Supporting Actress Adaptation Won [214]
2019 Best Cast The cast of Little Women Won [215]
George Eastman Museum 1999 George Eastman Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [216]
Georgia Film Critics Association 2018 Best Ensemble The cast of The Post Nominated [217]
2020 The cast of Little Women Won [218]
Giffoni Film Festival 2014 Fellowship Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [219]
Golden Schmoes Awards 2002 Best Supporting Actress of the Year Adaptation Nominated [220]
2008 Best Actress of the Year Doubt Nominated [221]
2009 Julie & Julia Nominated [222]
Goldene Kamera 2009 Best Actress – International Meryl Streep Won [223]
Gotham Awards 1999 Career Tribute Indicates non-competitive categories Won [224]
2006 Best Ensemble Cast The cast of A Prairie Home Companion[v] Nominated [225]
Gracie Awards 2005 Individual Achievement Award – Outstanding Female Lead in a Drama Special Angels in America Won [226]
Guinness World Records 2012 Most Golden Globes Won by an Actress Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [227]
Most Golden Globes Indicates non-competitive categories Won
2017 Most Golden Globes Nominations for an Actress Indicates non-competitive categories Won
2018 Most Oscar Nominations for an Actress Indicates non-competitive categories Won
Hasty Pudding Theatricals 1980 Woman of the Year Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [228]
[229]
Hollywood Film Awards 2013 Hollywood Ensemble Award The cast of August: Osage County[i] Won [230]
Houston Film Critics Society 2008 Best Actress Doubt Nominated [231]
Best Ensemble Cast The cast of Doubt[h] Won
2009 Best Actress Julie & Julia Nominated [232]
[233]
2011 The Iron Lady Nominated [234]
2013 August: Osage County Nominated [235]
[236]
IGN Movie Awards 2014 Best Movie Supporting Actress Into the Woods Nominated [237]
IndieWire Critics Poll 2006 Best Supporting Performance A Prairie Home Companion 8th place [238]
Best Lead Performance The Devil Wears Prada 7th place
2009 Julie & Julia 8th place[w] [239]
International Cinephile Society 2007 Best Supporting Actress A Prairie Home Companion Runner-up [240]
2010 Best Actress Julie & Julia Nominated [241]
[242]
International Online Film Critics' Poll 2011 Best Actress of the Decade The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [243]
Best Ensemble Cast The cast of Doubt[h] Nominated
Best Actress in a Leading Role Doubt Nominated
2012 The Iron Lady Nominated [244]
Irish Film & Television Academy Awards 1999 Best Actress Dancing at Lughnasa Nominated [245]
2009 Best International Actress Mamma Mia! Won [246]
2010 It's Complicated Won [247]
2012 The Iron Lady Nominated [248]
Jupiter Award 2013 Best International Actress Hope Springs Nominated [249]
2015 August: Osage County Nominated [250]
2016 Into the Woods Nominated [251]
2017 Florence Foster Jenkins Nominated [252]
London Film Critics' Circle 2004 Actress of the Year Adaptation Nominated [253]
2007 The Devil Wears Prada Won [254]
2009 Doubt Nominated [255]
[256]
2010 Julie & Julia Nominated [257]
[258]
2012 The Iron Lady Won[x] [259]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 1979 Best Supporting Actress Kramer vs. Kramer
Manhattan
The Seduction of Joe Tynan
Won [260]
1981 Best Actress The French Lieutenant's Woman Won [261]
1982 Sophie's Choice Won [262]
1985 Out of Africa Won [263]
Moscow International Film Festival 2004 Stanislavsky Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [264]
MTV Movie Awards 2007 Best Villain The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [265]
[266]
2015 Into the Woods Won [267]
Nastro d'Argento 1984 Best Foreign Actress Silkwood Nominated [268]
1986 Out of Africa Nominated [269]
National Board of Review 1979 Best Supporting Actress Kramer vs. Kramer
Manhattan
The Seduction of Joe Tynan
Won [270]
[271]
1982 Best Actress Sophie's Choice Won [272]
[273]
2008 Best Acting by an Ensemble The cast of Doubt[h] Won [274]
[275]
2009 The cast of It's Complicated[y] Won [274]
[276]
2017 Best Actress The Post Won [272]
[277]
National Movie Awards 2008 Best Performance – Female Mamma Mia! Won [278]
National Society of Film Critics 1978 Best Supporting Actress The Deer Hunter Won [279]
1979 Kramer vs. Kramer
Manhattan
The Seduction of Joe Tynan
Won [279]
1982 Best Actress Sophie's Choice Won [279]
1995 The Bridges of Madison County 3rd place [280]
2006 Best Supporting Actress The Devil Wears Prada
A Prairie Home Companion
Won [279]
2009 Best Actress Julie & Julia
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Runner-up [281]
2011 The Iron Lady 3rd place [282]
New York Film Critics Circle 1978 Best Supporting Actress The Deer Hunter 3rd place [283]
1979 Kramer vs. Kramer
The Seduction of Joe Tynan
Won [284]
[285]
1982 Best Actress Sophie's Choice Won [286]
[287]
1983 Silkwood 3rd Place [288]
1985 Out of Africa
Plenty
Runner-up [289]
1988 A Cry in the Dark[b] Won [286]
[290]
2006 The Devil Wears Prada Runner-up [291]
2009 Julie & Julia Won [286]
[292]
2011 The Iron Lady Won [286]
[293]
New York Film Critics Online 2009 Best Actress Julie & Julia Won [294]
2011 The Iron Lady Won
New York Women in Film & Television 1983 Muse Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [295]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2015 Favorite Villain Into the Woods Nominated [296]
Obie Award 1981 Distinguished Performance by an Actress Alice in Concert Won [297]
Online Film Critics Society 2002 Best Supporting Actress Adaptation Nominated [298]
Best Ensemble The cast of Adaptation Nominated
2006 Best Actress The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [299]
2008 Doubt Nominated [300]
2009 Julie & Julia Nominated [301]
2011 The Iron Lady Nominated [302]
2017 Best Ensemble The cast of The Post Nominated [303]
Outer Critics Circle Award 1976 Outstanding Performance A Memory of Two Mondays
27 Wagons Full of Cotton
Won [304]
[305]
Outfest 2003 Screen Idol Awards The Hours Won [306]
[307]
Palm Springs International Film Festival 2014 Icon Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [308]
[309]
2019 Ensemble Cast Award The cast of Mary Poppins Returns[z] Won [308]
People's Choice Awards 1984 Favorite Motion Picture Supporting Actress Meryl Streep Won [310]
1985 Won [311]
1986 Won [312]
Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer Won
1987 Favorite Motion Picture Actress Won [313]
1989 Favorite Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture Won [314]
1990 World-Favorite Motion Picture Actress Won [315]
Favorite Motion Picture Actress Won
2009 Favorite Cast Mamma Mia! Nominated [316]
Favorite Song from a Soundtrack "Mamma Mia" Won
2013 Favorite Movie Icon Meryl Streep Won [317]
Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress Nominated
2015 Nominated [318]
2016 Favorite Movie Actress Nominated [319]
Rembrandt Award 2007 Best Foreign Actress The Devil Wears Prada Won [320]
2009 Mamma Mia! Won [321]
2013 The Iron Lady Won [322]
Rome Film Festival 2009 Golden Marc'Aurelio Acting AwardIndicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [323]
Rungstedlund Foundation 1993 Rungstedlund Award Indicates non-competitive categories Out of Africa, based on a memoir written by Karen Blixen Won [324]
Russian National Movie Awards 2007 Best Foreign Actress The Ant Bully
The Devil Wears Prada
A Prairie Home Companion
Won [325]
2009 Mamma Mia! Won [326]
2010 Doubt
Julie & Julia
Nominated [327]
2014 Best Foreign Actress of the Decade Meryl Streep Nominated [328]
San Diego Film Critics Society 2017 Best Ensemble The cast of The Post Nominated [329]
[330]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2009 Best Actress Julie & Julia Won [331]
2013 August: Osage County Nominated [332]
San Sebastián International Film Festival 2008 Donostia Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [333]
[334]
Satellite Awards 1998 Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV ...First Do No Harm Nominated [335]
1999 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama One True Thing Nominated [336]
2003 The Hours Nominated [337]
Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical Adaptation Nominated
2004 Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV Angels in America Won [338]
2007 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical The Devil Wears Prada Won [339]
2008 Mamma Mia! Nominated [340]
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Doubt Nominated
2009 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical Julie & Julia Won [341]
2011 Best Actress in a Motion Picture The Iron Lady Nominated [342]
2013 August: Osage County Nominated [343]
2014 Best Ensemble – Motion Picture The cast of Into the Woods[r] Won [344]
2016 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Florence Foster Jenkins Nominated [345]
2020 Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or TV Film Big Little Lies Nominated [346]
Saturn Award 1992 Best Actress Defending Your Life Nominated [347]
1993 Death Becomes Her Nominated [348]
2005 Best Supporting Actress The Manchurian Candidate Nominated [349]
2015 Into the Woods Nominated [350]
Seattle Film Critics Society 2017 Best Actress The Post Nominated [351]
[352]
Best Ensemble Cast The cast of The Post Nominated
2019 The cast of Little Women Nominated [353]
[354]
Society of Operating Cameramen 2018 President's Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [355]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 2011 Best Actress The Iron Lady Runner-up [356]
2013 August: Osage County Runner-up
2017 The Post Nominated [357]
Teen Choice Awards 2006 Choice Movie: Chemistry Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway for The Devil Wears Prada Nominated [358]
[359]
Choice Movie: Sleazebag The Devil Wears Prada Nominated
Telluride Film Festival 1998 Silver Medallion Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [360]
Theatre World Award 1976 Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debuts 27 Wagons Full of Cotton Won [361]
Toronto Film Critics Association 2008 Best Actress Doubt Nominated [362]
[363]
2009 Julie & Julia Nominated [362]
[364]
2011 The Iron Lady Nominated [362]
[365]
Toronto International Film Festival 2019 TIFF Tribute Actor Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [366]
Valladolid International Film Festival 1986 Best Actress Heartburn Won [367]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2008 Best Actress Doubt Nominated [368]
[369]
2009 Julie & Julia Nominated [370]
[371]
2011 The Iron Lady Nominated [372]
[373]
Village Voice Film Poll 2009 Best Actress Julie & Julia 5th place [374]
2011 The Iron Lady 8th place [375]
2017 The Post 18th place [376]
Washington DC Area Film Critics Association 2008 Best Acting Ensemble The cast of Doubt[h] Won [377]
Best Actress Doubt Won
2009 Julie & Julia Nominated [378]
2011 The Iron Lady Nominated [379]
2013 August: Osage County Nominated [380]
Best Acting Ensemble The cast of August: Osage County[i] Nominated
2014 The cast of Into the Woods[u] Nominated [381]
2017 The cast of The Post[aa] Nominated [382]
Best Actress The Post Nominated
2019 Best Acting Ensemble The cast of Little Women Nominated [383]
Women Film Critics Circle 2006 Best Comedic Performance The Devil Wears Prada Won [384]
2008 Lifetime Achievement Award Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [385]
Best Comedic Actress Mamma Mia! Won
2009 Julie & Julia Won [386]
2011 Best Actress The Iron Lady Nominated [387]
[388]
Best Screen Couple Meryl Streep and Jim Broadbent for The Iron Lady Nominated
2013 Woman's Work/Best Ensemble The cast of August: Osage County[ab] Runner-up[ac] [389]
2014 The cast of The Homesman[ad] Won [390]
2015 The cast of Suffragette[ae] Won [391]
Women in Film and Television International 1998 Crystal Awards Indicates non-competitive categories Meryl Streep Won [392]
Women's Image Network Awards 2008 Outstanding Actress Feature Film Mamma Mia! Won [393]
2009 Julie & Julia Nominated [394]
2018 The Post Nominated [395]

State and academic honours[edit]

President Barack Obama presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Streep
State and academic honours for Streep
Country or organization Year Award Ref(s)
Barnard College of Columbia University 2010 Medal of Distinction [396]
Dartmouth College 1981 Honorary Degree [397]
France 2003 Ordre des Arts et des Lettres [398]
Harvard University 2010 Honorary Doctor of Arts [399]
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 1998 Hollywood Walk of Fame [400]
Indiana University Bloomington 2014 Doctor of Humane Letters [401]
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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 2011 Kennedy Center Honors [403]
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Middlebury College 2004 Honorary Doctor of Arts [405]
New Jersey Hall of Fame 2008[af] Arts & Entertainment [409]
New York City 2012 Made in NY [410]
Princeton University 2009 Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts [411]
United States 2010 National Medal of Arts [412]
2014 Presidential Medal of Freedom [413]
University of New Hampshire 2003 Doctor of Humane Letters [414]
Yale University 1983 Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts [415]
[416]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Streep was only after Katharine Hepburn (who has four in total), Walter Brennan, Ingrid Bergman, and Jack Nicholson.[2]
  2. ^ a b c d e f The film was released worldwide as A Cry in the Dark, except in Australia and New Zealand, where it was released under the title Evil Angels.[42]
  3. ^ Indicates the year of the ceremony.
  4. ^ Shared with Stanley Tucci for their work on the same audiobook.
  5. ^ Shared with Hume Cronyn, Robert De Niro, Leonardo Di Caprio, Dan Hedaya, Diane Keaton, Hal Scardino, and Gwen Verdon.
  6. ^ Shared with Nicolas Cage, Chris Cooper, Brian Cox, Cara Seymour, and Tilda Swinton.
  7. ^ Shared with Toni Collette, Claire Danes, Jeff Daniels, Stephen Dillane, Ed Harris, Allison Janney, Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, John C. Reilly, and Miranda Richardson.
  8. ^ a b c d e f Shared with Amy Adams, Viola Davis, and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
  9. ^ a b c d e f Shared with Abigail Breslin, Chris Cooper, Benedict Cumberbatch, Juliette Lewis, Margo Martindale, Ewan McGregor, Dermot Mulroney, Julianne Nicholson, Julia Roberts, Sam Shepard, and Misty Upham.
  10. ^ Shared with Ian Armitage, Darby Camp, Cameron Crovetti, Nicholas Crovetti, Laura Dern, Martin Donovan, Merrin Dungey, Crystal Fox, Ivy George, Nicole Kidman, Zoë Kravitz, Kathryn Newton, Jeffrey Nordling, Denis O'Hare, Adam Scott, Alexander Skarsgård, Douglas Smith, James Tupper, Robin Weigert, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley.
  11. ^ Indicates the year of the ceremony.
  12. ^ Tied with Carey Mulligan and Peter Sarsgaard for An Education.
  13. ^ Shared with Nicole Kidman and Julianne Moore for their performances in the same film.
  14. ^ Shared with Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, Ed Harris, Claire Danes, Allison Janney, Miranda Richardson, John C. Reilly, Toni Collette, Stephen Dillane.
  15. ^ Shared with Lindsay Lohan, Virginia Madsen, Tommy Lee Jones, Maya Rudolph, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Kline, Garrison Keillor, Woody Harrelson, John C. Reilly.
  16. ^ Tied with Anne Hathaway for Rachel Getting Married.
  17. ^ Tied with Sandra Bullock for The Blind Side.
  18. ^ a b Shared with Christine Baranski, Tammy Blanchard, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Lilla Crawford, Johnny Depp, Anna Kendrick, Daniel Huttlestone, Billy Magnussen, MacKenzie Mauzy, Chris Pine, Lucy Punch, Frances de la Tour, and Tracey Ullman.
  19. ^ Shared with Bruce Greenwood, Tom Hanks, Tracy Letts, Bob Odenkirk, Sarah Paulson, Matthew Rhys, Bradley Whitford.
  20. ^ Shared with Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, Laura Dern, Timothée Chalamet, Tracy Letts, Bob Odenkirk, James Norton, Louis Garrel, Chris Cooper, Jayne Houdyshell, Abby Quinn.
  21. ^ a b Shared with Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, Tracey Ullman, Christine Baranski, Johnny Depp, Lilla Crawford, Daniel Huttlestone, Billy Magnussen, MacKenzie Mauzy, Tammy Blanchard, Lucy Punch, Frances de la Tour, and Simon Russell Beale.
  22. ^ Shared with Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, Garrison Keillor, Kevin Kline, Lindsay Lohan, Virginia Madsen, John C. Reilly, Maya Rudolph, Lily Tomlin, L.Q. Jones, Sue Scott, and Tim Russell.
  23. ^ Tied with Jeff Bridges for Crazy Heart and Nicolas Cage for Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.
  24. ^ Tied with Anna Paquin for Margaret.
  25. ^ Shared with Steve Martin, Alec Baldwin, John Krasinski, Lake Bell, Mary Kay Place, Rita Wilson, Alexandra Wentworth, Hunter Parrish, and Zoe Kazan.
  26. ^ Shared with Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Colin Firth, Ben Whishaw, Emily Mortimer, Dick Van Dyke, and Angela Lansbury.
  27. ^ Shared with Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Tracy Letts, Bradley Whitford, Bruce Greenwood, Carrie Coon, and Matthew Rhys.
  28. ^ Shared with Julia Roberts, Margo Martindale, Abigail Breslin Juliette Lewis, Julianne Nicholson, and Misty Upham.
  29. ^ Tied with cast of Winnie Mandela.
  30. ^ Shared with Hilary Swank, Grace Gummer, Miranda Otto, Sonja Richter, Jo Harvey Allen, Hailee Steinfeld, and Karen Jones.
  31. ^ Shared with Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne-Marie Duff, Romola Garai, Grace Stottor, Amanda Lawrence, Shelley Longworth, Sarah Finigan, and Lorraine Stanley.
  32. ^ Despite being one of the inaugural class of inductees in 2008,[406] Streep has yet to be properly inducted to the New Jersey Hall of Fame.[407][408]

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