Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture

Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture

The Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture was first awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in 1944 for a performance in a motion picture released in the previous year.

The formal title has varied since its inception and as of 2005 is officially called: "Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture".

Past winners

*1944Katina Paxinou, "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
*1945Agnes Moorehead, "Mrs. Parkington"
*1946Angela Lansbury, "The Picture of Dorian Gray"
*1947Anne Baxter, "The Razor's Edge"
*1948Celeste Holm, "Gentleman's Agreement"
*1949Ellen Corby, "I Remember Mama"
*1950Mercedes McCambridge, "All the King's Men"
*1951Josephine Hull, "Harvey"
*1952Kim Hunter, "A Streetcar Named Desire"
*1953Katy Jurado, "High Noon"
*1954Grace Kelly, "Mogambo"
*1955Jan Sterling, "The High and the Mighty"
*1956Marisa Pavan, "The Rose Tattoo"
*1957Eileen Heckart, "The Bad Seed"
*1958Elsa Lanchester, "Witness for the Prosecution"
*1959Hermione Gingold, "Gigi"
*1960Susan Kohner, "Imitation of Life"
*1961Janet Leigh, "Psycho"
*1962Rita Moreno, "West Side Story"
*1963Angela Lansbury, "The Manchurian Candidate"
*1964Margaret Rutherford, "The V.I.P.s"
*1965Agnes Moorehead, "Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte"
*1966Ruth Gordon, "Inside Daisy Clover"
*1967Jocelyne LaGarde, "Hawaii"
*1968Carol Channing, "Thoroughly Modern Millie"
*1969Ruth Gordon, "Rosemary's Baby"
*1970Goldie Hawn, "Cactus Flower"
*1971Karen Black, "Five Easy Pieces" (Tie) Maureen Stapleton, "Airport"
*1972Ann-Margret, "Carnal Knowledge"
*1973Shelley Winters, "The Poseidon Adventure"
*1974Linda Blair, "The Exorcist"
*1975Karen Black, "The Great Gatsby"
*1976Brenda Vaccaro, "Jacqueline Susann's Once Is Not Enough"
*1977Katharine Ross, "Voyage of the Damned"
*1978Vanessa Redgrave, "Julia"
*1979Dyan Cannon, "Heaven Can Wait"
*1980Meryl Streep, "Kramer vs. Kramer"
*1981Mary Steenburgen, "Melvin and Howard"
*1982Joan Hackett, "Only When I Laugh"
*1983Jessica Lange, "Tootsie"
*1984Cher, "Silkwood"
*1985Peggy Ashcroft, "A Passage to India"
*1986Meg Tilly, "Agnes of God"
*1987Maggie Smith, "A Room with a View"
*1988Olympia Dukakis, "Moonstruck"
*1989Sigourney Weaver, "Working Girl"
*1990Julia Roberts, "Steel Magnolias"
*1991Whoopi Goldberg, "Ghost"
*1992Mercedes Ruehl, "The Fisher King"
*1993Joan Plowright, "Enchanted April"
*1994Winona Ryder, "The Age of Innocence"
*1995Dianne Wiest, "Bullets Over Broadway"
*1996Mira Sorvino, "Mighty Aphrodite"
*1997Lauren Bacall, "The Mirror Has Two Faces"
*1998Kim Basinger, "L. A. Confidential"
*1999Lynn Redgrave, "Gods and Monsters"

2000s

*"'2000 Angelina Jolie - "Girl, Interrupted" as "Lisa Rowe"
**Chloë Sevigny - "Boys Don't Cry" as "Lana Tisedale"
**Natalie Portman - "Anywhere but Here" as "Ann August"
**Samantha Morton - "Sweet and Lowdown" as "Hattie"
**Cameron Diaz - "Being John Malkovich" as "Lotte Schwartz"
**Catherine Keener - "Being John Malkovich" as "Maxine Lund"

*"'2001 Kate Hudson - "Almost Famous" as "Penny Lane"
**Judi Dench - "Chocolat" as "Armande Voizin"
**Frances McDormand - "Almost Famous" as "Elaine Miller"
**Julie Walters - "Billy Elliot" as "Mrs. Wilkinson"
**Catherine Zeta-Jones - "Traffic" as "Helena Ayala"

*"'2002 Jennifer Connelly - "A Beautiful Mind" as "Alicia Nash"
**Cameron Diaz - "Vanilla Sky" as "Julie Gianni"
**Helen Mirren - "Gosford Park" as "Mrs. Wilson"
**Maggie Smith - "Gosford Park" as "Constance, Countess of Trentham"
**Marisa Tomei - "In the Bedroom" as "Natalie Strout"
**Kate Winslet - "Iris" as "Young Iris Murdoch"

*"'2003 Meryl Streep - "Adaptation." as Susan Orlean
**Kathy Bates - "About Schmidt" as "Roberta Hertzel"
**Cameron Diaz - "Gangs of New York" as "Jenny Everdeane"
**Queen Latifah - "Chicago" as "'Mama' Morton"
**Susan Sarandon - "Igby Goes Down" as "Mimi Slocumb"

*"'2004 Renée Zellweger - "Cold Mountain" as "Ruby Thewes"
**Maria Bello - "The Cooler" as "Natalie Belisario"
**Patricia Clarkson - "Pieces of April" as "Joy Burns"
**Hope Davis - "American Splendor" as "Joyce Brabner"
**Holly Hunter - "thirteen" as "Melanie 'Mel' Freeland"

*"'2005 Natalie Portman - "Closer" as "Alice Ayres"
**Cate Blanchett - "The Aviator" as Katharine Hepburn
**Laura Linney - "Kinsey" as "Clara McMillen"
**Virginia Madsen - "Sideways" as "Maya Randall"
**Meryl Streep - "The Manchurian Candidate" as "Senator Eleanor Shaw"

*"'2006 Rachel Weisz - "The Constant Gardener" as "Tessa Quayle"
**Scarlett Johansson - "Match Point" as "Nola Rice"
**Shirley MacLaine - "In Her Shoes" as "Ella Hirsch"
**Frances McDormand - "North Country" as "Glory Dodge"
**Michelle Williams - "Brokeback Mountain" as "Alma Beers del Mar"

*"'2007 Jennifer Hudson - "Dreamgirls" as "Effie White"
**Adriana Barraza - "Babel" as "Amelia"
**Cate Blanchett - "Notes on a Scandal" as "Sheba Hart"
**Emily Blunt - "The Devil Wears Prada" as "Emily"
**Rinko Kikuchi - "Babel" as "Chieko"

*"'2008 Cate Blanchett - "I'm Not There" as "Jude"
** Julia Roberts - "Charlie Wilson's War"
** Saoirse Ronan - "Atonement"
** Amy Ryan - "Gone Baby Gone"
** Tilda Swinton - "Michael Clayton"


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