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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; since 2005, the award has officially been called "Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture".

Notes:

  • "†" indicates the winner of the Academy Award.
  • "‡" indicates a Golden Globe Award winner who wasn't nominated for an Academy Award.
  • "§" indicates a Golden Globe Award nominee winner who won an Academy Award for the same performance in the "Actress in a Leading Role" category.

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Winners and nominees

1960s

1960: Janet LeighPsycho as Marion Crane

1961: Rita MorenoWest Side Story as Anita

1962: Angela Lansbury - The Manchurian Candidate as Mrs. Iselin

1963: Margaret Rutherford - The V.I.P.s as The Duchess of Brighton

1964: Agnes Moorehead - Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte as Velma Cruther

1965: Ruth Gordon - Inside Daisy Clover as The Dealer/Mrs. Clover

1966: Jocelyne LaGardeHawaii as Queen Malama

1967: Carol Channing - Thoroughly Modern Millie as Muzzy Van Hossmere

1968: Ruth Gordon - Rosemary's Baby as Minnie Castevet

1969: Goldie Hawn - Cactus Flower as Toni Simmons

1970s

1970: Karen Black - Five Easy Pieces as Rayette Dipesto and
1970: Maureen Stapleton - Airport as Inez Guerrero

1971: Ann-Margret - Carnal Knowledge as Bobbie

1972: Shelley Winters - The Poseidon Adventure as Belle Rosen

1973: Linda Blair - The Exorcist as Regan MacNeil

1974: Karen Black - The Great Gatsby

1975: Brenda Vaccaro - Jacqueline Susann's Once Is Not Enough as Linda Riggs

1976: Katharine Ross - Voyage of the Damned

1977: Vanessa Redgrave - Julia as Julia †

1978: Dyan Cannon - Heaven Can Wait as Julia Farnsworth

1979: Meryl Streep - Kramer vs. Kramer as Joanna Kramer †

1980s

1980: Mary Steenburgen - Melvin and Howard as Lynda Dummar

1981: Joan Hackett - Only When I Laugh as Toby Landau

1982: Jessica Lange - Tootsie as Julie Nichols †

1983: Cher - Silkwood as Dolly Pelliker

1984: Peggy Ashcroft - A Passage to India as Mrs. Moore †

1985: Meg Tilly - Agnes of God as Sister Agnes

1986: Maggie Smith - A Room with a View as Charlotte Bartlett

1987: Olympia Dukakis - Moonstruck as Rose Castorini †

1988: Sigourney Weaver - Working Girl as Katharine Parker

1989: Julia Roberts - Steel Magnolias as Shelby Eatenton Latcherie

1990s

1990: Whoopi GoldbergGhost as Oda Mae Brown †

1991: Mercedes RuehlThe Fisher King as Anne Napolitano †

1992: Joan PlowrightEnchanted April as Mrs. Fisher

1993: Winona RyderThe Age of Innocence as May Welland

1994: Dianne WiestBullets Over Broadway as Helen Sinclair †

1995: Mira SorvinoMighty Aphrodite as Linda Ash †

1996: Lauren BacallThe Mirror Has Two Faces as Hannah Morgan

1997: Kim BasingerL.A. Confidential as Lynn Bracken †

1998: Lynn RedgraveGods and Monsters as Hanna

1999: Angelina JolieGirl, Interrupted as Lisa Rowe

2000s

2000: Kate HudsonAlmost Famous as Penny Lane

2001: Jennifer ConnellyA Beautiful Mind as Alicia Nash

2002: Meryl StreepAdaptation. as Susan Orlean

2003: Renée ZellwegerCold Mountain as Ruby Thewes

2004: Natalie PortmanCloser as Alice Ayres

2005: Rachel WeiszThe Constant Gardener as Tessa Quayle

2006: Jennifer HudsonDreamgirls as Effie White

2007: Cate BlanchettI'm Not There as Jude Quinn

2008: Kate WinsletThe Reader as Hanna Schmitz §

2009: Mo'NiquePrecious as Mary Jones †








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