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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie 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 supporting role on a television limited series or television movie for the primetime network season.

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
Awarded for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1975
Currently held by Laura Dern,
Big Little Lies (2017)
Website emmys.com

The award was first presented at the 27th Primetime Emmy Awards on May 19, 1975 to Juliet Mills for her role as Samantha Cody in QB VII. The award ceremony garnered criticism during the 58th Primetime Emmy Awards when Ellen Burstyn received a nomination for her work in Mrs. Harris (2005), despite having 14 seconds of screen time and 38 words of dialogue.[1] This resulted in a rule change, requiring nominees submitting for the category to have more than 5% screen-time on their respective projects.[1]

Since its inception, the award has been given to 38 actresses. Regina King, Jane Alexander, Judy Davis, Colleen Dewhurst and Mare Winningham won two awards, the most in the category. Kathy Bates is the most nominated actress in the category with seven nominations.

Contents

Winners and nominationsEdit

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

Key Meaning
Indicates the winning actress.
* Indicates posthumous nominee.

1970sEdit

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref.
197475
(27th)
Juliet Mills Samantha Cady QB VII ABC [2][3]
Eileen Heckart Herman's Mother Wedding Band ABC
Charlotte Rae Helen Queen of the Stardust Ballroom
Lee Remick Lady Margaret QB VII
197576
(28th)
Rosemary Murphy Sara Delano Roosevelt Eleanor and Franklin ABC [4]
Lois Nettleton Nan Claybourne Fear on Trial CBS
Lilia Skala Mlle. Souvestre Eleanor and Franklin ABC
Irene Tedrow Mary Hall
197677
(29th)
Diana Hyland * Mickey Lubitch The Boy in the Plastic Bubble ABC [5]
Ruth Gordon Cecilia Weiss The Great Houdini ABC
Rosemary Murphy Sara Roosevelt Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years
Patricia Neal Sen. Margaret Chase Smith Tail Gunner Joe NBC
Susan Oliver Neta “Snookie” Snook Amelia Earhart
197778
(30th)
Eva Le Gallienne Fanny Cavendish The Royal Family PBS [6]
Tyne Daly Karen Renshaw Intimate Strangers ABC
Patty Duke Wendy A Family Upside Down NBC
Mariette Hartley Clare Gardiner The Last Hurrah
Cloris Leachman Clara Oddbody It Happened One Christmas ABC
Viveca Lindfors Dr. Rosen A Question of Guilt CBS
197879
(31st)
Esther Rolle Ruth Summer of My German Soldier NBC [7]
Ruby Dee Queen Haley Roots: The Next Generations ABC
Colleen Dewhurst Mrs. O'Neil Silent Victory: The Kitty O'Neil Story CBS
Eileen Heckart Eleanor Roosevelt Backstairs at the White House NBC
Celeste Holm Florence Harding

1980sEdit

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref.
197980
(32nd)
Mare Winningham Marlene Burkhardt Amber Waves ABC [8]
Eileen Heckart Eleanor Roosevelt F.D.R.: The Last Year NBC
Patricia Neal Mrs. Baumer All Quiet on the Western Front CBS
Carrie Nye Tallulah Bankhead Moviola: The Scarlett O'Hara War NBC
198081
(33rd)
Jane Alexander Alma Rose Playing for Time CBS [9]
Colleen Dewhurst Val The Women's Room ABC
Patty Duke Lily
Shirley Knight Frau Lagerfuhrerin Maria Mandel Playing for Time CBS
Piper Laurie Magda Goebbels The Bunker
198182
(34th)
Penny Fuller Mrs. Kendal The Elephant Man ABC [10]
Claire Bloom Lady Marchmain Brideshead Revisited PBS
Judy Davis Young Golda Meir A Woman Called Golda Syndicated
Vicki Lawrence Thelma “Mama” Harper Eunice CBS
Rita Moreno Rosella DeLeon Portrait of a Showgirl
198283
(35th)
Jean Simmons Fee Cleary The Thorn Birds ABC [11]
Judith Anderson Nurse Kennedy Center Tonight: Medea PBS
Polly Bergen Rhoda Henry The Winds of War ABC
Bette Davis Alice Gwynnne Vanderbilt Little Gloria... Happy at Last NBC
Piper Laurie Anne Mueller The Thorn Birds ABC
198384
(36th)
Roxana Zal Amelia Bennett Something About Amelia ABC [12]
Beverly D'Angelo Stella DuBois Kowalski A Streetcar Named Desire ABC
Patty Duke Martha Washington George Washington CBS
Cloris Leachman Mary Kovacs Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter ABC
Tuesday Weld Margie Young-Hunt The Winter of Our Discontent CBS
198485
(37th)
Kim Stanley Big Mama Cat on a Hot Tin Roof PBS [13]
Penny Fuller Mae Cat on a Hot Tin Roof PBS
Ann Jillian Nellie Byfield Ellis Island CBS
Deborah Kerr Emma Harte A Woman of Substance OPT
Alfre Woodard Claudie Sills Words by Heart PBS
198586
(38th)
Colleen Dewhurst Barbara Petherton Between Two Women ABC [14]
Phyllis Frelich Janice Ryder Love Is Never Silent NBC
Dorothy McGuire Hester Farrell Amos CBS
Vanessa Redgrave Tsarevna Sophia Peter the Great NBC
Sylvia Sidney Beatrice McKenna An Early Frost
198687
(39th)
Piper Laurie Annie Gilbert Promise CBS [15]
Claudette Colbert Alice Grenville The Two Mrs. Grenvilles NBC
Olivia de Havilland Dowager Empress Maria Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna
Christine Lahti Althea Milford Amerika ABC
Elizabeth Wilson Berenice Bradshaw Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder NBC
198788
(40th)
Jane Seymour Maria Callas Onassis: The Richest Man in the World ABC [16]
Stockard Channing Susan Reinert Echoes in the Darkness CBS
Ruby Dee Elizabeth Keckley Lincoln NBC
Julie Harris Alice The Woman He Loved CBS
Lisa Jacobs Anne Frank The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank
198889
(41st)
Colleen Dewhurst Margaret Page Those She Left Behind NBC [17]
Peggy Ashcroft Miss Duber A Perfect Spy PBS
Polly Bergen Rhoda Henry War and Remembrance ABC
Glenne Headly Elmira Johnson Lonesome Dove CBS
Paula Kelly Theresa The Women of Brewster Place ABC

1990sEdit

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref.
198990
(42nd)
Eva Marie Saint Lil Van Degan Altemus People Like Us NBC [18]
Stockard Channing Liz Sapperstein Perfect Witness HBO
Colleen Dewhurst Hepzibah Lantern Hill Disney
Swoosie Kurtz Joanne Winstow-Darvish The Image HBO
Irene Worth Dolly Keeling The Shell Seekers ABC
199091
(43rd)
Ruby Dee Rowena Decoration Day NBC [19]
Olympia Dukakis Katherine Campbell Lucky Day ABC
Vanessa Redgrave Empress Elizabeth Young Catherine TNT
Doris Roberts Mimi Finklestein The Sunset Gang PBS
Elaine Stritch Rose An Inconvenient Woman ABC
199192
(44th)
Amanda Plummer Lusia Miss Rose White NBC [20]
Anne Bancroft Kate Jerome Broadway Bound ABC
Bibi Besch Lisa Carter Doing Time on Maple Drive TCFTV
Penny Fuller Miss Kate Ryan Miss Rose White NBC
Maureen Stapleton Tanta Perla
199293
(45th)
Mary Tyler Moore Georgia Tann Stolen Babies Lifetime [21]
Ann-Margret Sally Jackson Alex Haley's Queen CBS
Lee Grant Dora Cohn Citizen Cohn HBO
Peggy McCay Virginia Bembenek Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story NBC
Joan Plowright Olga Stalin HBO
199394
(46th)
Cicely Tyson Castalia Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All CBS [22]
Anne Bancroft Lucy Marsden (age 99–100) Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All CBS
Swoosie Kurtz Mrs. Johnstone And the Band Played On HBO
Lee Purcell Ann Theilman Secret Sins of the Father NBC
Lily Tomlin Dr. Selma Dritz And the Band Played On HBO
199495
(47th)
Judy Davis Diane Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story NBC [23]
Shirley Knight Peggy Buckey Indictment: The McMartin Trial HBO
Sônia Braga Regina de Catrvalho The Burning Season HBO
Sissy Spacek Spring Renfro The Good Old Boys TNT
Sada Thompson Virginia McMartin Indictment: The McMartin Trial HBO
199596
(48th)
Greta Scacchi Tsarina Alexandra Rasputin HBO [24]
Kathy Bates Helen Kushnick The Late Shift HBO
Diana Scarwid Bess Truman Truman
Mare Winningham Sheila The Boys Next Door CBS
Alfre Woodard Queen of Brobdingnag Gulliver's Travels NBC
199697
(49th)
Diana Rigg Mrs. Danvers Rebecca PBS [25]
Kirstie Alley Rose Marie Clericuzio The Last Don CBS
Bridget Fonda Anne In the Gloaming HBO
Glenne Headly Aunt Ruth Bastard out of Carolina Showtime
Frances McDormand Gus Hidden in America
199798
(50th)
Mare Winningham Lurleen Wallace George Wallace TNT [26]
Helena Bonham Carter Morgan le Fay Merlin NBC
Julie Harris Leonora Nelson Ellen Foster CBS
Judith Ivey Lucille What the Deaf Man Heard
Angelina Jolie Cornelia Wallace George Wallace TNT
199899
(51st)
Anne Bancroft Gerry Eileen Cummins Deep in My Heart CBS [27]
Jacqueline Bisset Isabelle d'Arc Joan of Arc CBS
Olympia Dukakis Mother Babette
Bebe Neuwirth Dorothy Parker Dash and Lilly A&E
Cicely Tyson Tante Lou A Lesson Before Dying HBO
Dianne Wiest Sarah McClellan The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn CBS

2000sEdit

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref.
19992000
(52nd)
Vanessa Redgrave Edith Tree If These Walls Could Talk 2 HBO [28]
Kathy Bates Agatha Hannigan Annie ABC
Elizabeth Franz Linda Loman Death of a Salesman Showtime
Melanie Griffith Marion Davies RKO 281 HBO
Maggie Smith Betsey Trotwood David Copperfield PBS
200001
(53rd)
Tammy Blanchard Young Judy Garland Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows ABC [29]
Anne Bancroft Mama Gruber Haven CBS
Brenda Blethyn Auguste Van Pels Anne Frank: The Whole Story ABC
Holly Hunter Rebecca Waynon Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her Showtime
Audra McDonald Susie Monahan Wit HBO
200102
(54th)
Stockard Channing Judy Shepard The Matthew Shepard Story NBC [30]
Joan Allen Morgause The Mists of Avalon TNT
Anjelica Huston Viviane
Diana Rigg Baroness Lehzen Victoria and Albert A&E
Sissy Spacek Zelda Fitzgerald Last Call Showtime
200203
(55th)
Gena Rowlands Virginia Miller Hysterical Blindness HBO [31]
Kathy Baker Gladys Sullivan Door to Door TNT
Anne Bancroft Contessa The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone Showtime
Juliette Lewis Beth Tocyznski Hysterical Blindness HBO
Helen Mirren Mrs. Porter Door to Door TNT
200304
(56th)
Mary-Louise Parker Harper Pitt Angels in America HBO [32]
Julie Andrews Nanny Eloise at Christmastime ABC
Anne Heche Rowena Larson Gracie's Choice Lifetime
Anjelica Huston Carrie Chapman Catt Iron Jawed Angels HBO
Angela Lansbury Dora The Blackwater Lightship CBS
200405
(57th)
Jane Alexander Sara Roosevelt Warm Springs HBO [33]
Kathy Bates Helena Mahoney Warm Springs HBO
Camryn Manheim Gladys Presley Elvis CBS
Charlize Theron Britt Ekland The Life and Death of Peter Sellers HBO
Joanne Woodward Francine Whiting Empire Falls
200506
(58th)
Kelly Macdonald Gina The Girl in the Café HBO [34]
Ellen Burstyn Gerda Stedman Mrs. Harris HBO
Shirley Jones Aunt Batty Hidden Places Hallmark
Cloris Leachman Pearl Schwartz Mrs. Harris HBO
Alfre Woodard Mrs. Brown The Water Is Wide CBS
200607
(59th)
Judy Davis Joan McAllister The Starter Wife USA Network [35]
Toni Collette Kathy Graham Tsunami: The Aftermath HBO
Samantha Morton Myra Hindley Longford
Anna Paquin Elaine Goodale Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
Greta Scacchi Mrs. Nola Johns Broken Trail AMC
200708
(60th)
Eileen Atkins Deborah Jenkyns Cranford PBS [36]
Laura Dern Katherine Harris Recount HBO
Ashley Jensen Maggie Jacobs Extras: The Extra Special Series Finale
Audra McDonald Ruth Younger A Raisin in the Sun ABC
Alfre Woodard Edna Reilly Pictures of Hollis Woods CBS
200809
(61st)
Shohreh Aghdashloo Sajida Khairallah Talfah House of Saddam HBO [37]
Marcia Gay Harden Janina Krzyżanowska The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler CBS
Janet McTeer Clementine Churchill Into the Storm HBO
Jeanne Tripplehorn Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Grey Gardens
Cicely Tyson Pearl Relative Stranger Hallmark

2010sEdit

Year Actress Role Program Network Ref.
200910
(62nd)
Julia Ormond Eustacia Grandin Temple Grandin HBO [38]
Kathy Bates The Queen of Hearts Alice Syfy
Catherine O'Hara Aunt Ann Temple Grandin HBO
Susan Sarandon Janet Good You Don't Know Jack
Brenda Vaccaro Margo Janus
201011
(63rd)
Maggie Smith Violet Crawley Downton Abbey PBS [39]
Eileen Atkins Maud, Lady Holland Upstairs, Downstairs PBS
Melissa Leo Lucy Gessler Mildred Pierce HBO
Mare Winningham Ida Corwin
Evan Rachel Wood Veda Pierce
201112
(64th)
Jessica Lange Constance Langdon American Horror Story FX [40]
Frances Conroy Moira O'Hara American Horror Story FX
Judy Davis Jill Tankard Page Eight PBS
Sarah Paulson Nicolle Wallace Game Change HBO
Mare Winningham Sally McCoy Hatfields & McCoys History
201213
(65th)
Ellen Burstyn Margaret Barrish Political Animals USA [41]
Sarah Paulson Lana Winters American Horror Story: Asylum FX
Charlotte Rampling Sally Gilmartin / Eva Delectorskaya Restless SundanceTV
Imelda Staunton Alma Reville The Girl HBO
Alfre Woodard Louisa "Ouiser" Boudreaux Steel Magnolias Lifetime
201314
(66th)
Kathy Bates Delphine LaLaurie American Horror Story: Coven FX [42]
Angela Bassett Marie Laveau American Horror Story: Coven FX
Ellen Burstyn Olivia Foxworth Flowers in the Attic Lifetime
Frances Conroy Myrtle Snow American Horror Story: Coven FX
Julia Roberts Dr. Emma Brookner The Normal Heart HBO
Allison Tolman Deputy Molly Solverson Fargo FX
201415
(67th)
Regina King Aliyah Shadeed American Crime ABC [43]
Angela Bassett Desiree Dupree American Horror Story: Freak Show FX
Kathy Bates Ethel Darling
Zoe Kazan Denise Thibodeau Olive Kitteridge HBO
Mo'Nique Ma Rainey Bessie
Sarah Paulson Bette and Dot Tattler American Horror Story: Freak Show FX
201516
(68th)
Regina King Terri LaCroix American Crime ABC [44]
Kathy Bates Iris American Horror Story: Hotel FX
Olivia Colman Angela Burr The Night Manager AMC
Melissa Leo Lady Bird Johnson All the Way HBO
Sarah Paulson Sally McKenna American Horror Story: Hotel FX
Jean Smart Floyd Gerhardt Fargo
201617
(69th)
Laura Dern Renata Klein Big Little Lies HBO [45]
Judy Davis Hedda Hopper Feud: Bette and Joan FX
Jackie Hoffman Mamacita
Regina King Kimara Walters American Crime ABC
Michelle Pfeiffer Ruth Madoff The Wizard of Lies HBO
Shailene Woodley Jane Chapman Big Little Lies

Multiple awardsEdit

Multiple nominationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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