Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Awarded for Outstanding Performance by a Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1975
Currently held by Samira Wiley,
The Handmaid's Tale (2018)
Website http://www.emmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series is an award presented annually by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It is given in honor of an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a guest starring role on a television drama series for the primetime network season.

The award was first presented at the 27th Primetime Emmy Awards on May 19, 1975 to Zohra Lampert for her performance on Kojak and Cloris Leachman for her role on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. It has undergone several name changes, originally honoring single leading and supporting appearances in drama and comedy series through 1978. The award was reintroduced at the 38th Primetime Emmy Awards under the name Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series, honoring actors and actresses in guest starring roles on television drama series. In 1989, the category was split into categories for each gender, resulting in the name change to its current title.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 34 actresses. Samira Wiley is the current recipient of the award for her portrayal of Moira on The Handmaid's Tale. Margo Martindale, Patricia Clarkson, Shirley Knight, Amanda Plummer, and Alfre Woodard have won the most awards in this category with two each. Martindale and Woodard have been nominated for the award on four occasions, the most within the category. Meanwhile, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit holds the most awardees with 5 winners coming from the show.

Winners and nominations[edit]

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

Zohra Lampert was the first recipient in the category, winning for her performance in Kojak.
Beulah Bondi won in 1977 for her lead guest-starring role in The Waltons.
Olivia Cole won for her portrayal of Mathilda in Roots.
Rita Moreno won the award for her leading guest appearance in The Rockford Files.
Blanche Baker won in this category for her role in the miniseries Holocaust.
Shirley Knight won the award twice for her guest appearances in thirtysomething and NYPD Blue.
Kay Lenz won for her appearance in the Midnight Caller episode "After It Happened" (1989).
Peggy McCay won for her guest role as Irene Hayes in The Trials of Rosie O'Neill.
Elaine Stritch won the award for her guest appearance in Law & Order.
Faye Dunaway won in 1994 for her role in Columbo: It's All in the Game.
Dianne Wiest won the award for her performance in the Road to Avonlea episode "Woman of Importance".
Veronica Cartwright received three consecutive nominations in this category for her appearances on ER and The X-Files.
Debra Monk won the award in 1999 for her guest performance on NYPD Blue as Katie Sipowicz.
Sally Field won an award from two nominations for her performance in ER.
Out of four nominations, Alfre Woodard won two awards for her guest-starring roles in L.A. Law and The Practice.
Sharon Stone won in 2004 for her role as Sheila Carlisle in The Practice.
Patricia Clarkson received two awards for her portrayal of Sarah O'Connor in Six Feet Under.
Leslie Caron won for her guest appearance on the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode "Recall".
Out of three nominations, Ellen Burstyn won in 2009 for her guest role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Lily Tomlin received two nominations in the category for her appearances in Homicide: Life on the Streets and Damages.
Loretta Devine won the 2011 award for her role as Adele Webber in Grey's Anatomy.
Carrie Preston won for her guest performance on The Good Wife.
Allison Janney won the award for her role as Margaret Scully on Masters of Sex.
Margo Martindale received two consecutive awards in the category for her performance in The Americans.

1970s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Submitted episode(s) Network
1975
(27th)
[1]
Zohra Lampert Kojak Marina Sheldon "Queen of the Gypsies" CBS
Cloris Leachman The Mary Tyler Moore Show Phyllis Lindstrom "Phyllis Whips Inflation"
Shelley Winters McCloud Thelma "The Barefoot Girls of Bleaker Street" NBC
1976
(28th)
Outstanding Lead Actress for a Single Appearance in a Comedy or Drama Series[2]
Kathryn Walker The Adams Chronicles Abigail Adams "John Adams, Lawyer" PBS
Helen Hayes Hawaii Five-O Aunt Clara "Retire In Sunny Hawaii... Forever" CBS
Sheree North Marcus Welby, M.D. June Monica "How Do You Know What Hurts Me?" ABC
Pamela Payton-Wright The Adams Chronicles Louisa Catherine Adams "John Quincy Adams, Diplomat" PBS
Martha Raye McMillan & Wife Agatha "Greed" NBC
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series[3]
Fionnula Flanagan Rich Man, Poor Man Clothilde “Part II” ABC
Kim Darby Rich Man, Poor Man Virginia Calderwood “Part II” ABC
Kay Lenz Kate Jordache “Part VIII”
Ruth Gordon Rhoda Carlton's Mother "Kiss Your Epaulets Goodbye" CBS
Eileen Heckart The Mary Tyler Moore Show Flo Meredith "Mary's Aunt"
1977
(29th)
Outstanding Lead Actress for a Single Appearance in a Comedy or Drama Series[4]
Beulah Bondi The Waltons Aunt Martha Corinne Walton "The Pony Cart" CBS
Susan Blakely Rich Man, Poor Man Book II Julie Prescott "Chapter 1" ABC
Madge Sinclair Roots Bell Reynolds "Part IV"
Leslie Uggams Kizzy Reynolds "Part VI"
Jessica Walter The Streets of San Francisco Maggie Jarris / Mrs. Reston / Mrs. McCluskey "Till Death Do Us Part"
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series[5]
Olivia Cole Roots Mathilda "Part VIII" ABC
Sandy Duncan Roots Missy Anne Reynolds "Part V" ABC
Eileen Heckart The Mary Tyler Moore Show Flo Meredith "Lou Proposes" CBS
Cicely Tyson Roots Binta "Part I" ABC
Nancy Walker Rhoda Ida Morgenstern "The Separation" CBS
1978
(30th)
Outstanding Lead Actress for a Single Appearance in a Comedy or Drama Series[6]
Rita Moreno The Rockford Files Rita Capkovic "The Paper Palace" NBC
Patty Duke Having Babies III Leslee Wexler N/A ABC
Kate Jackson Jamie at 16 Robin "Pilot" NBC
Jayne Meadows Meeting of Minds Florence Nightingale "Luther, Voltaire, Plato, Nightingale" PBS
Irene Tedrow Jamie at 16 Miss Jordan "Ducks" NBC
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series[7]
Blanche Baker Holocaust Anna Weiss "Part I" NBC
Ellen Corby The Waltons Esther Walton "Grandma Comes Home" CBS
Jeanette Nolan The Awakening Land Granny McWhirter "Part I" NBC
Beulah Quo Meeting of Minds Empress Tz'u-hsi "Douglass, Tz'u-Hsi, Beccaria, De Sade" PBS
Beatrice Straight The Dain Curse Alice Dain Leggett "Part 1" CBS

1980s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Submitted episode(s) Network
Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series
1986
(38th)
[8]
John Lithgow Amazing Stories John Walters "The Doll" NBC
Whoopi Goldberg Moonlighting Camille "Camille" ABC
Edward Herrmann St. Elsewhere Father Joseph McCabe "Time Heals" NBC
Peggy McCay Cagney & Lacey Mrs. Carruthers "Mothers and Sons" CBS
James Stacy Ted Peters "The Gimp"
1987
(39th)
[9]
Alfre Woodard L.A. Law Adrianne Moore "Pilot" NBC
Steve Allen St. Elsewhere Lech Osoranski "Visiting Daze" NBC
Jeanne Cooper L.A. Law Gladys Becker "Fry Me to the Moon"
Edward Herrmann St. Elsewhere Father Joseph McCabe "Where There's Hope, There's Crosby"
Jayne Meadows Olga Osoranski "Visiting Daze"
1988
(40th)
[10]
Shirley Knight thirtysomething Ruth Murdock "The Parents Are Coming" ABC
Imogene Coca Moonlighting Clara DiPesto "Los Dos DiPietos" ABC
Lainie Kazan St. Elsewhere Frieda Fiscus "The Abby Singer Show" NBC
Gwen Verdon Magnum, P.I. Catherine Peters "Infinity And Jelly Doughnuts" CBS
Alfre Woodard St. Elsewhere Dr. Roxanne Turner "The Abby Singer Show" NBC
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
1989
(41st)
[11]
Kay Lenz Midnight Caller Tina Cassidy "After It Happened" NBC
Shirley Knight The Equalizer Kay "Time Present, Time Past" CBS
Jean Simmons Murder, She Wrote Eudora McVeigh "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Part 1"
Maureen Stapleton B.L. Stryker Auntie Sue "Auntie Sue" ABC
Chloe Webb China Beach Laurette Barber "Chao Ong"
Teresa Wright Dolphin Cove Nina Rothman "The Elders" CBS

1990s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Submitted episode(s) Network
1990
(42nd)
[12]
Viveca Lindfors Life Goes On Mrs. Doubcha "Save the Last Dance for Me" ABC
Ruby Dee China Beach Ruby "Skylark" ABC
Colleen Dewhurst Road to Avonlea Marilla Cuthbert "The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's" Disney
Shirley Knight thirtysomething Ruth Murdoch "Arizona" ABC
Kay Lenz Midnight Caller Tina Cassidy "Someone to Love" NBC
1991
(43rd)
[13]
Peggy McCay The Trials of Rosie O'Neill Irene Hayes "State of Mind" CBS
Eileen Brennan thirtysomething Margaret Weston "Sifting The Ashes" ABC
Colleen Dewhurst Road to Avonlea Marilla Cuthbert "The Materializing of Duncan McTavish" Disney
Penny Fuller China Beach Margaret Mary McMurphy "Fever" ABC
1992
(44th)
No award
1993
(45th)
[14]
Elaine Stritch Law & Order Lanie Stieglitz "Point of View" NBC
Bibi Besch Northern Exposure Jane O'Connell "Grosse Pointe 48230" CBS
Rosanna Carter I'll Fly Away Eulalia Jefferson "What's in a Name" NBC
Diane Ladd Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Charlotte Cooper "Pilot" CBS
Gwen Verdon Homicide: Life on the Street Jessie Doohen "A Ghost of a Chance" NBC
1994
(46th)
[15]
Faye Dunaway Columbo: It's All in the Game Lauren Staton "It's All in the Game" ABC
Bonnie Bedelia Fallen Angels Sally Creighton "The Quiet Room" Showtime
Stockard Channing Road to Avonlea Viola Elliott "The Minister's Wife" Disney
Laura Dern Fallen Angels Annie Ainsley "Murder, Obliquely" Showtime
Penny Fuller NYPD Blue Roberta Taub "Serge the Consierge" ABC
Marlee Matlin Picket Fences Laurie Bey "Dancing Bandit" CBS
1995
(47th)
[16]
Shirley Knight NYPD Blue Agnes Cantwell "Large Mouth Bass" ABC
Amy Brenneman NYPD Blue Janice Licalsi "For Whom the Skell Tolls" ABC
Rosemary Clooney ER Madame X / Mary Cavanaugh "Going Home" NBC
Colleen Flynn Jodi O'Brien "Love's Labor Lost"
C. C. H. Pounder The X-Files Agent Lucy Kazdin "Duane Barry" Fox
1996
(48th)
[17]
Amanda Plummer The Outer Limits Dr. Theresa Givens "A Stitch in Time" Showtime
Louise Fletcher Picket Fences Christine Bey "Bye Bye, Bey Bey" CBS
Penny Fuller ER Mrs. Constantine "Welcome Back Carter" NBC
Carol Kane Chicago Hope Marguerite Birch "Stand" CBS
Maureen Stapleton Road to Avonlea Maggie MacPhee "What a Tangled Web We Weave" Disney
Lily Tomlin Homicide: Life on the Street Rose Halligan "The Hat" NBC
1997
(49th)
[18]
Dianne Wiest Road to Avonlea Lillian Hepworth "Woman of Importance" Disney
Veronica Cartwright ER Norma Houston "Who's Appy Now? Faith" NBC
Diane Ladd Touched by an Angel Carolyn Sellers "An Angel By Any Other Name" CBS
Anne Meara Homicide: Life on the Street Donna DiGrazi "Hostage, Part 2" NBC
Isabella Rossellini Chicago Hope Prof. Marina Giannini "Mother, May I" CBS
1998
(50th)
[19]
Cloris Leachman Promised Land Aunt Mooster "Mooster's Revenge" CBS
Veronica Cartwright The X-Files Cassandra Spender "Patient X" Fox
Swoosie Kurtz ER Tina Marie Chambliss "Suffer the Little Children" NBC
Lili Taylor The X-Files Marty Glenn "Mind's Eye" Fox
Alfre Woodard Homicide: Life on the Street Dr. Roxanne Turner "Mercy" NBC
1999
(51st)
[20]
Debra Monk NYPD Blue Katie Sipowicz "Hearts and Souls" ABC
Veronica Cartwright The X-Files Cassandra Spender "Two Fathers" Fox
Patty Duke Touched by an Angel Nancy Williams "I Do" CBS
Julia Roberts Law & Order Katrina Ludlow "Empire" NBC
Marion Ross Touched by an Angel Emma "The Wind Beneath My Wings" CBS

2000s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Network
2000
(52nd)
[21]
Beah Richards The Practice Gertrude Turner ABC
Jane Alexander Law & Order Regina Mulroney NBC
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Kathy Baker Touched by an Angel Ellen CBS
Marlee Matlin The Practice Sally Berg ABC
Tracy Pollan Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Harper Anderson NBC
2001
(53rd)
[22]
Sally Field ER Maggie Wyczenski NBC
Kathy Baker Boston Public Meredith Peters Fox
Dana Delany Family Law Mary Sullivan CBS
Annabella Sciorra The Sopranos Gloria Trillo HBO
Jean Smart The District Sherry Regan CBS
2002
(54th)
[23]
Patricia Clarkson Six Feet Under Sarah O'Connor HBO
Illeana Douglas Six Feet Under Angela HBO
Mary McDonnell ER Eleanor Carter NBC
Martha Plimpton Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Claire Rinato
Lili Taylor Six Feet Under Lisa Kimmel Fisher HBO
2003
(55th)
[24]
Alfre Woodard The Practice Denise Freeman ABC
Barbara Barrie Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Paula Haggerty NBC
Kathy Bates Six Feet Under Bettina HBO
Farrah Fawcett The Guardian Mary Gressler CBS
Tovah Feldshuh Law & Order Danielle Melnick NBC
Sally Field ER Maggie Wyczenski
2004
(56th)
[25]
Sharon Stone The Practice Sheila Carlisle ABC
Louise Fletcher Joan of Arcadia Eva CBS
Marlee Matlin Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Dr. Amy Solwey NBC
Betty White The Practice Catherine Piper ABC
Mare Winningham Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Sandra Blaine NBC
2005
(57th)
[26]
Amanda Plummer Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Miranda Cole NBC
Jill Clayburgh Nip/Tuck Bobbi Broderick FX
Swoosie Kurtz Huff Madeleine Sullivan Showtime
Angela Lansbury Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Eleanor Duvall NBC
Law & Order: Trial by Jury
Cloris Leachman Joan of Arcadia Aunt Olive CBS
2006
(58th)
[27]
Patricia Clarkson Six Feet Under Sarah O'Connor HBO
Kate Burton Grey's Anatomy Ellis Grey ABC
Joanna Cassidy Six Feet Under Margaret Chenowith HBO
Swoosie Kurtz Huff Madeleine Sullivan Showtime
Christina Ricci Grey's Anatomy Hannah Davies ABC
2007
(59th)
[28]
Leslie Caron Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Lorraine Delmas NBC
Kate Burton Grey's Anatomy Ellis Grey ABC
Marcia Gay Harden Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Dana Lewis NBC
Elizabeth Reaser Grey's Anatomy Rebecca Pope / Ava ABC
Jean Smart 24 Martha Logan Fox
2008
(60th)
[29]
Cynthia Nixon Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Janis Donovan NBC
Ellen Burstyn Big Love Nancy Davis Dutton HBO
Diahann Carroll Grey's Anatomy Jane Burke ABC
Sharon Gless Nip/Tuck Colleen Rose FX
Anjelica Huston Medium Cynthia Keener NBC
2009
(61st)
[30]
Ellen Burstyn Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Bernie Stabler NBC
Brenda Blethyn Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Linnie Malcolm / Caroline Cantwell NBC
Carol Burnett Bridget "Birdie" Sulloway
Sharon Lawrence Grey's Anatomy Robbie Stevens ABC
C. C. H. Pounder The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency Andrea Curtin HBO

2010s[edit]

Year Actress Program Role Submitted episode(s) Network
2010
(62nd)
[31]
Ann-Margret Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Rita Wills "Bedtime" NBC
Shirley Jones The Cleaner Lola Zellman "Does Everybody Have a Drink?" A&E
Elizabeth Mitchell Lost Dr. Juliet Burke "The End" ABC
Mary Kay Place Big Love Adaleen Grant "The Mighty and Strong" HBO
Sissy Spacek Marilyn Densham "End of Days"
Lily Tomlin Damages Marilyn Tobin "Your Secrets Are Safe" FX
2011
(63rd)
[32]
Loretta Devine Grey's Anatomy Adele Webber "This Is How We Do It" ABC
Cara Buono Mad Men Dr. Faye Miller "Chinese Wall" AMC
Joan Cusack Shameless Sheila Jackson "Frank Gallagher: Loving Husband, Devoted Father" Showtime
Randee Heller Mad Men Ida Blankenship "The Beautiful Girls" AMC
Mary McDonnell The Closer Sharon Raydor "Help Wanted" TNT
Julia Stiles Dexter Lumen Pierce "In the Beginning" Showtime
Alfre Woodard True Blood Ruby Jean Reynolds "Night of the Sun" HBO
2012
(64th)
[33]
Martha Plimpton The Good Wife Patti Nyholm "The Dream Team" CBS
Joan Cusack Shameless Sheila Jackson "Can I Have a Mother?" Showtime
Loretta Devine Grey's Anatomy Adele Webber "If Only You Were Lonely" ABC
Julia Ormond Mad Men Marie Calvet "The Phantom" AMC
Jean Smart Harry's Law Roseanna Remmick "The Rematch" NBC
Uma Thurman Smash Rebecca Duvall "Tech"
2013
(65th)
[34]
Carrie Preston The Good Wife Elsbeth Tascioni "Je Ne Sais What?" CBS
Linda Cardellini Mad Men Sylvia Rosen "Man with a Plan" AMC
Joan Cusack Shameless Sheila Jackson "A Long Way From Home" Showtime
Jane Fonda The Newsroom Leona Lansing "The 112th Congress" HBO
Margo Martindale The Americans Claudia "The Colonel" FX
Diana Rigg Game of Thrones Lady Olenna Tyrell "And Now His Watch Is Ended" HBO
2014
(66th)
[35]
Allison Janney Masters of Sex Margaret Scully "Brave New World" Showtime
Kate Burton Scandal Vice President Sally Langston "A Door Marked Exit" ABC
Jane Fonda The Newsroom Leona Lansing "Red Team III" HBO
Kate Mara House of Cards Zoe Barnes "Chapter 14" Netflix
Margo Martindale The Americans Claudia "Behind the Red Door" FX
Diana Rigg Game of Thrones Lady Olenna Tyrell "The Lion and the Rose" HBO
2015
(67th)
[36]
Margo Martindale The Americans Claudia "I Am Abassin Zadran" FX
Khandi Alexander Scandal Maya Pope "Where the Sun Don't Shine" ABC
Rachel Brosnahan House of Cards Rachel Posner "Chapter 39" Netflix
Allison Janney Masters of Sex Margaret Scully "Parallax" Showtime
Diana Rigg Game of Thrones Lady Olenna Tyrell "The Gift" HBO
Cicely Tyson How to Get Away with Murder Ophelia Harkness "Mama's Here Now" ABC
2016
(68th)
[37]
Margo Martindale The Americans Claudia "The Magic of David Copperfield V: The Statue of Liberty Disappears" FX
Ellen Burstyn House of Cards Elizabeth Hale "Chapter 41" Netflix
Allison Janney Masters of Sex Margaret Scully "Matters of Gravity" Showtime
Laurie Metcalf Horace and Pete Sarah Marsh "Episode 3" louisck.net
Molly Parker House of Cards Jackie Sharp "Chapter 45" Netflix
Carrie Preston The Good Wife Elsbeth Tascioni "Targets" CBS
2017
(69th)
[38]
Alexis Bledel The Handmaid's Tale Emily / Ofglen "Late" Hulu
Laverne Cox Orange Is the New Black Sophia Burset "Doctor Psycho" Netflix
Ann Dowd The Leftovers Patti Levin "The Most Powerful Man in the World (and His Identical Twin Brother)" HBO
Shannon Purser Stranger Things Barb Holland "Chapter Three: Holly, Jolly" Netflix
Cicely Tyson How to Get Away with Murder Ophelia Harkness "Go Cry Somewhere Else" ABC
Alison Wright The Americans Martha Hanson "The Soviet Division" FX
2018
(70th)
[39]
Samira Wiley The Handmaid's Tale Moira "After" Hulu
Viola Davis Scandal Annalise Keating "Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself" ABC
Kelly Jenrette The Handmaid's Tale Annie "Other Women" Hulu
Cherry Jones Holly Maddox "Baggage"
Diana Rigg Game of Thrones Lady Olenna Tyrell "The Queen's Justice" HBO
Cicely Tyson How to Get Away with Murder Ophelia Harkness "I'm Going Away" ABC

Performers with multiple wins[edit]

2 wins

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

5 awards
3 awards
2 awards

Performers with multiple nominations[edit]

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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