Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress

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Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress
Youn Yuh-jung in December 2016.jpg
The 2021 recipient: Youn Yuh-jung
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS)
First awarded1937 (for performance in films released during the 1936 film season)
Most recent winnerYoun Yuh-jung
Minari (2020)
Websiteoscars.org

The Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress is an award presented annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). It is given to honor an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a supporting role while working within the film industry. The award is traditionally presented by the previous year's Best Supporting Actor winner.

At the 9th Academy Awards ceremony held in 1937, Gale Sondergaard was the first winner of this award for her role in Anthony Adverse.[1] Initially, winners in both supporting acting categories were awarded plaques instead of statuettes.[2] Beginning with the 16th ceremony held in 1944, winners received full-sized statuettes.[3] Currently, nominees are determined by single transferable vote within the actors branch of AMPAS; winners are selected by a plurality vote from the entire eligible voting members of the Academy.[4]

Since its inception, the award has been given to 83 actresses. Dianne Wiest and Shelley Winters have received the most awards in this category with two awards each. Despite winning no awards, Thelma Ritter was nominated on six occasions, more than any other actress. As of the 2021 ceremony, Youn Yuh-jung is the most recent winner in this category for her role as Soon-ja in Minari. Youn became the first Korean actor, and second Asian woman to win an acting Oscar.

Winners and nominees[edit]

In the following table, the years are listed as per Academy convention, and generally correspond to the year of film release in Los Angeles County; the ceremonies are always held the following year.[5]

Table key
double-dagger Indicates the winner

1930s[edit]

Black-and-white publicity photo of Gale Sondergaard, circa 1940s.
Gale Sondergaard was the first winner in this category for her performance in Anthony Adverse (1936).
Black-and-white publicity photo of Hattie McDaniel in 1941.[2]
Hattie McDaniel was the first black person to win an Oscar for her performance in Gone with the Wind (1939).
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
1936
(9th)
Gale Sondergaard Award winner Faith Paleologus Anthony Adverse [6]
Beulah Bondi Rachel Jackson The Gorgeous Hussy
Alice Brady Angelica Bullock My Man Godfrey
Bonita Granville Mary Tilford These Three
Maria Ouspenskaya Baroness von Obersdorf Dodsworth
1937
(10th)
Alice Brady Award winner Molly O'Leary In Old Chicago [7]
Andrea Leeds Kay Hamilton Stage Door
Anne Shirley Laurel "Lollie" Dallas Stella Dallas
Claire Trevor Francey Dead End
May Whitty Mrs. Bramson Night Must Fall
1938
(11th)
Fay Bainter Award winner Belle Massey Jezebel [8]
Beulah Bondi Mary Wilkins Of Human Hearts
Billie Burke Emily Kilbourne Merrily We Live
Spring Byington Penelope "Penny" Sycamore You Can't Take It with You
Miliza Korjus Carla Donner The Great Waltz
1939
(12th)
Hattie McDaniel Award winner Mammy Gone with the Wind [9]
Olivia de Havilland Melanie Hamilton Gone with the Wind
Geraldine Fitzgerald Isabella Linton Wuthering Heights
Edna May Oliver Sarah McKlennar Drums Along the Mohawk
Maria Ouspenskaya Grandmother Janou Love Affair

1940s[edit]

Jane Darwell won for her performance in The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
Mary Astor won for her performance in The Great Lie (1941)
Black-and-white publicity photo of Teresa Wright in 1942.
Teresa Wright won for her performance in Mrs. Miniver (1942).
Black-and-white portrait of Ethel Barrymore in 1937.
Ethel Barrymore won for her performance in None but the Lonely Heart (1944).
Anne Baxter won for her performance in The Razor's Edge (1946)
Black-and-white publicity photo of Celeste Holm in 1947.
Celeste Holm won for her performance in Gentleman's Agreement (1947).
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
1940
(13th)
Jane Darwell Award winner Ma Joad The Grapes of Wrath [10]
Judith Anderson Mrs. Danvers Rebecca
Ruth Hussey Liz Imbrie The Philadelphia Story
Barbara O'Neil Françoise, Duchess de Praslin All This, and Heaven Too
Marjorie Rambeau Mamie Adams Primrose Path
1941
(14th)
Mary Astor Award winner Sandra Kovak The Great Lie [11]
Sara Allgood Beth Morgan How Green Was My Valley
Patricia Collinge Birdie Bagtry-Hubbard The Little Foxes
Teresa Wright Alexandra Giddens
Margaret Wycherly Mary Brooks-York Sergeant York
1942
(15th)
Teresa Wright Award winner Carol Beldon Mrs. Miniver [12]
Gladys Cooper Mrs. Vale Now, Voyager
Agnes Moorehead Fanny Minafer The Magnificent Ambersons
Susan Peters Kitty Chilcet Random Harvest
May Whitty Lady Beldon Mrs. Miniver
1943
(16th)
Katina Paxinou Award winner Pilar For Whom the Bell Tolls [13]
Gladys Cooper Marie-Thérèse Vauzou The Song of Bernadette
Paulette Goddard Joan O'Doul So Proudly We Hail!
Anne Revere Louise Casterot-Soubirous The Song of Bernadette
Lucile Watson Fanny Farrelly Watch on the Rhine
1944
(17th)
Ethel Barrymore Award winner Ma Mott None but the Lonely Heart [14]
Jennifer Jones Jane Deborah Hilton Since You Went Away
Angela Lansbury Nancy Oliver Gaslight
Aline MacMahon Ling Tan's Wife Dragon Seed
Agnes Moorehead Aspasia Conti Mrs. Parkington
1945
(18th)
Anne Revere Award winner Araminty Brown National Velvet [15]
Eve Arden Ida Corwin Mildred Pierce
Ann Blyth Veda Pierce
Angela Lansbury Sibyl Vane The Picture of Dorian Gray
Joan Lorring Bessie Watty The Corn Is Green
1946
(19th)
Anne Baxter Award winner Sophie Nelson-MacDonald The Razor's Edge [16]
Ethel Barrymore Mrs. Warren The Spiral Staircase
Lillian Gish Laura Belle McCanles Duel in the Sun
Flora Robson Angelique Buiton Saratoga Trunk
Gale Sondergaard Lady Thiang Anna and the King of Siam
1947
(20th)
Celeste Holm Award winner Anne Dettrey Gentleman's Agreement [17]
Ethel Barrymore Sophie Horfield The Paradine Case
Gloria Grahame Ginny Tremaine Crossfire
Marjorie Main Ma Kettle The Egg and I
Anne Revere Mrs. Green Gentleman's Agreement
1948
(21st)
Claire Trevor Award winner Gaye Dawn Key Largo [18]
Barbara Bel Geddes Katrin Hanson I Remember Mama
Ellen Corby Trina
Agnes Moorehead Aggie McDonald Johnny Belinda
Jean Simmons Ophelia Hamlet
1949
(22nd)
Mercedes McCambridge Award winner Sadie Burke All the King's Men [19]
Ethel Barrymore Miss Em Pinky
Celeste Holm Sister Scholastica Come to the Stable
Elsa Lanchester Amelia Potts
Ethel Waters Dicey Johnson Pinky

1950s[edit]

Josephine Hull won for Harvey (1950)
Black-and-white photo of Miyoshi Umeki, circa 1950–54.
For her performance in Sayonara (1957), Miyoshi Umeki became the first Asian woman to win an Oscar for acting.
Black-and-white publicity photo of Wendy Hiller in 1953.
Wendy Hiller won for her performance in Separate Tables (1958).
Black-and-white publicity photo of Shelley Winters, circa 1951.
Shelley Winters won twice for her roles in The Diary of Anne Frank (1959) and A Patch of Blue (1965).
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
1950
(23rd)
Josephine Hull Award winner Veta Louise Simmons Harvey [20]
Hope Emerson Evelyn Harper Caged
Celeste Holm Karen Richards All About Eve
Nancy Olson Betty Schaefer Sunset Boulevard
Thelma Ritter Birdie Coonan All About Eve
1951
(24th)
Kim Hunter Award winner Stella Kowalski A Streetcar Named Desire [21]
Joan Blondell Annie Rawlins The Blue Veil
Mildred Dunnock Linda Loman Death of a Salesman
Lee Grant Shoplifter Detective Story
Thelma Ritter Ellen McNulty The Mating Season
1952
(25th)
Gloria Grahame Award winner Rosemary Bartlow The Bad and the Beautiful [22]
Jean Hagen Lina Lamont Singin' in the Rain
Colette Marchand Marie Charlet Moulin Rouge
Terry Moore Marie Buckholder Come Back, Little Sheba
Thelma Ritter Clancy With a Song in My Heart
1953
(26th)
Donna Reed Award winner Alma Burke / Lorene From Here to Eternity [23]
Grace Kelly Linda Nordley Mogambo
Geraldine Page Angie Lowe Hondo
Marjorie Rambeau Mrs. Stewart Torch Song
Thelma Ritter Moe Williams Pickup on South Street
1954
(27th)
Eva Marie Saint Award winner Edie Doyle On the Waterfront [24]
Nina Foch Erica Martin Executive Suite
Katy Jurado Señora Devereaux Broken Lance
Jan Sterling Sally McKee The High and the Mighty
Claire Trevor May Holst
1955
(28th)
Jo Van Fleet Award winner Cathy Ames / Kate Trask East of Eden [25]
Betsy Blair Clara Snyder Marty
Peggy Lee Rose Hopkins Pete Kelly's Blues
Marisa Pavan Rosa Delle Rose The Rose Tattoo
Natalie Wood Judy Rebel Without a Cause
1956
(29th)
Dorothy Malone Award winner Marylee Hadley Written on the Wind [26]
Mildred Dunnock Rose Comfort Baby Doll
Eileen Heckart Hortense Daigle The Bad Seed
Mercedes McCambridge Luz Benedict Giant
Patty McCormack Rhoda Penmark The Bad Seed
1957
(30th)
Miyoshi Umeki Award winner Katsumi Kelly Sayonara [27]
Carolyn Jones The Existentialist The Bachelor Party
Elsa Lanchester Miss Plimsoll Witness for the Prosecution
Hope Lange Selena Cross Peyton Place
Diane Varsi Allison MacKenzie
1958
(31st)
Wendy Hiller Award winner Pat Cooper Separate Tables [28]
Peggy Cass Agnes Gooch Auntie Mame
Martha Hyer Gwen French Some Came Running
Maureen Stapleton Fay Doyle Lonelyhearts
Cara Williams Billy's Mother The Defiant Ones
1959
(32nd)
Shelley Winters Award winner Petronella van Daan The Diary of Anne Frank [29]
Hermione Baddeley Elspeth Room at the Top
Susan Kohner Sarah Jane Johnson Imitation of Life
Juanita Moore Annie Johnson
Thelma Ritter Alma Pillow Talk

1960s[edit]

Shirley Jones won for Elmer Gantry in 1960
Goldie Hawn won for Cactus Flower in 1969
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
1960
(33rd)
Shirley Jones Award winner Lulu Baines Elmer Gantry [30]
Glynis Johns Mrs. Firth The Sundowners
Shirley Knight Reenie Flood The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
Janet Leigh Marion Crane Psycho
Mary Ure Clara Dawes Sons and Lovers
1961
(34th)
Rita Moreno Award winner Anita del Carmen West Side Story [31]
Fay Bainter Amelia Tilford The Children's Hour
Judy Garland Irene Hoffman-Wallner Judgment at Nuremberg
Lotte Lenya Magda Terribili-Gonzales The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone
Una Merkel Mrs. Winemiller Summer and Smoke
1962
(35th)
Patty Duke Award winner Helen Keller The Miracle Worker [32]
Mary Badham Jean Louise "Scout" Finch To Kill a Mockingbird
Shirley Knight Heavenly Finley Sweet Bird of Youth
Angela Lansbury Eleanor Iselin The Manchurian Candidate
Thelma Ritter Elizabeth McCartney-Stroud Birdman of Alcatraz
1963
(36th)
Margaret Rutherford Award winner The Duchess of Brighton The V.I.P.s [33]
Diane Cilento Molly Seagrim Tom Jones
Edith Evans Miss Western
Joyce Redman Mrs. Waters / Jenny Jones
Lilia Skala Mother Maria Marthe Lilies of the Field
1964
(37th)
Lila Kedrova Award winner Madame Hortense Zorba the Greek [34]
Gladys Cooper Mrs. Higgins My Fair Lady
Edith Evans Mrs. St. Maugham The Chalk Garden
Grayson Hall Judith Fellowes The Night of the Iguana
Agnes Moorehead Velma Cruther Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte
1965
(38th)
Shelley Winters Award winner Rose-ann D'Arcey A Patch of Blue [35]
Ruth Gordon Lucile Clover / The Dealer Inside Daisy Clover
Joyce Redman Emilia Othello
Maggie Smith Desdemona
Peggy Wood Mother Abbess The Sound of Music
1966
(39th)
Sandy Dennis Award winner Honey Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? [36]
Wendy Hiller Alice More A Man for All Seasons
Jocelyne LaGarde Malama Kanakoa Hawaii
Vivien Merchant Lily Clamacraft Alfie
Geraldine Page Margery Chanticleer You're a Big Boy Now
1967
(40th)
Estelle Parsons Award winner Blanche Barrow Bonnie and Clyde [37]
Carol Channing Muzzy van Hossmere Thoroughly Modern Millie
Mildred Natwick Ethel Banks Barefoot in the Park
Beah Richards Mary Prentice Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Katharine Ross Elaine Robinson The Graduate
1968
(41st)
Ruth Gordon Award winner Minnie Castevet Rosemary's Baby [38]
Lynn Carlin Maria Forst Faces
Sondra Locke Mick Kelly The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
Kay Medford Rose Stern-Borach Funny Girl
Estelle Parsons Calla Mackie Rachel, Rachel
1969
(42nd)
Goldie Hawn Award winner Toni Simmons Cactus Flower [39]
Catherine Burns Rhoda Last Summer
Dyan Cannon Alice Henderson Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
Sylvia Miles Cass Midnight Cowboy
Susannah York Alice LeBlanc They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

1970s[edit]

Helen Hayes won for her role in Airport (1970)
Cloris Leachman won for her role in The Last Picture Show (1971)
Photo of Tatum O'Neal in 2014.
At age 10, Tatum O'Neal won for her role in Paper Moon (1973), becoming the youngest winner of a competitive Oscar.
Photo of Vanessa Redgrave in 2011.
Vanessa Redgrave won for her role in Julia (1977).
Photo of Maggie Smith in 2007.
Maggie Smith won for her role in California Suite (1978).
Color studio portrait of Meryl Streep by Jack Mitchell, circa 1976–79.
Meryl Streep won for her role in Kramer vs. Kramer (1979).
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
1970
(43rd)
Helen Hayes Award winner Ada Quonsett Airport [40]
Karen Black Rayette Dipesto Five Easy Pieces
Lee Grant Joyce Enders The Landlord
Sally Kellerman Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan M*A*S*H
Maureen Stapleton Inez Guerrero Airport
1971
(44th)
Cloris Leachman Award winner Ruth Popper The Last Picture Show [41]
Ann-Margret Bobbie Carnal Knowledge
Ellen Burstyn Lois Farrow The Last Picture Show
Barbara Harris Allison Densmore Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?
Margaret Leighton Mrs. Maudsley The Go-Between
1972
(45th)
Eileen Heckart Award winner Mrs. Baker Butterflies Are Free [42]
Jeannie Berlin Lila Kolodny The Heartbreak Kid
Geraldine Page Gertrude Wilson Pete 'n' Tillie
Susan Tyrrell Oma Lee Greer Fat City
Shelley Winters Belle Rosen The Poseidon Adventure
1973
(46th)
Tatum O'Neal Award winner Addie Loggins Paper Moon [43]
Linda Blair Regan MacNeil The Exorcist
Candy Clark Debbie Dunham American Graffiti
Madeline Kahn Trixie Delight Paper Moon
Sylvia Sidney Mrs. Pritchett Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams
1974
(47th)
Ingrid Bergman Award winner Greta Ohlsson Murder on the Orient Express [44]
Valentina Cortese Séverine Day for Night
Madeline Kahn Lili von Shtüpp Blazing Saddles
Diane Ladd Flo Castleberry Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Talia Shire Connie Corleone The Godfather Part II
1975
(48th)
Lee Grant Award winner Felicia Karpf Shampoo [45]
Ronee Blakley Barbara Jean Nashville
Sylvia Miles Jessie Halstead Florian Farewell, My Lovely
Lily Tomlin Linnea Reese Nashville
Brenda Vaccaro Linda Riggs Once Is Not Enough
1976
(49th)
Beatrice Straight Award winner Louise Schumacher Network [46]
Jane Alexander Judy Hoback All the President's Men
Jodie Foster Iris "Easy" Steensma Taxi Driver
Lee Grant Lillian Rosen Voyage of the Damned
Piper Laurie Margaret White Carrie
1977
(50th)
Vanessa Redgrave Award winner Julia Julia [47]
Leslie Browne Emilia Rodgers The Turning Point
Quinn Cummings Lucy McFadden The Goodbye Girl
Melinda Dillon Jillian Guiler Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Tuesday Weld Katherine Dunn Looking for Mr. Goodbar
1978
(51st)
Maggie Smith Award winner Diana Barrie California Suite [48]
Dyan Cannon Julia Farnsworth Heaven Can Wait
Penelope Milford Vi Munson Coming Home
Maureen Stapleton Pearl Interiors
Meryl Streep Linda The Deer Hunter
1979
(52nd)
Meryl Streep Award winner Joanna Kramer Kramer vs. Kramer [49]
Jane Alexander Margaret Phelps Kramer vs. Kramer
Barbara Barrie Evelyn Stoller Breaking Away
Candice Bergen Jessica Potter Starting Over
Mariel Hemingway Tracy Manhattan

1980s[edit]

Jessica Lange won for Tootsie (1982).
Black-and-white photo of Peggy Ashcroft, circa 1962.
At age 77, Peggy Ashcroft became the oldest winner in this category for A Passage to India (1984).
Photo of Brenda Fricker in 1990.
Brenda Fricker won for My Left Foot (1989), becoming the first Irish actress to win an Oscar.
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
1980
(53rd)
Mary Steenburgen Award winner Lynda West-Dummar Melvin and Howard [51]
Eileen Brennan Doreen Lewis Private Benjamin
Eva Le Gallienne Pearl Resurrection
Cathy Moriarty Vikki LaMotta Raging Bull
Diana Scarwid Louise Inside Moves
1981
(54th)
Maureen Stapleton Award winner Emma Goldman Reds [52]
Melinda Dillon Teresa Perrone Absence of Malice
Jane Fonda Chelsea Thayer Wayne On Golden Pond
Joan Hackett Toby Landau Only When I Laugh
Elizabeth McGovern Evelyn Nesbit Ragtime
1982
(55th)
Jessica Lange Award winner Julie Nichols Tootsie [53]
Glenn Close Jenny Fields The World According to Garp
Teri Garr Sandy Lester Tootsie
Kim Stanley Lillian Farmer Frances
Lesley Ann Warren Norma Cassidy Victor/Victoria
1983
(56th)
Linda Hunt Award winner Billy Kwan The Year of Living Dangerously [54]
Cher Dolly Pelliker Silkwood
Glenn Close Sarah Cooper The Big Chill
Amy Irving Hadass Vishkower Yentl
Alfre Woodard Beatrice "Geechee" Cross Creek
1984
(57th)
Peggy Ashcroft Award winner Mrs. Moore A Passage to India [55]
Glenn Close Iris Gaines The Natural
Lindsay Crouse Margaret Lomax Places in the Heart
Christine Lahti Hazel Zanussi Swing Shift
Geraldine Page Mrs. Ritter The Pope of Greenwich Village
1985
(58th)
Anjelica Huston Award winner Maerose Prizzi Prizzi's Honor [56]
Margaret Avery Shug Avery The Color Purple
Amy Madigan Sunny MacKenzie-Sobel Twice in a Lifetime
Meg Tilly Sister Agnes Devereaux Agnes of God
Oprah Winfrey Sofia Johnson The Color Purple
1986
(59th)
Dianne Wiest Award winner Holly Hannah and Her Sisters [57]
Tess Harper Chick Boyle Crimes of the Heart
Piper Laurie Mrs. Norman Children of a Lesser God
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Carmen The Color of Money
Maggie Smith Charlotte Bartlett A Room with a View
1987
(60th)
Olympia Dukakis Award winner Rose Castorini Moonstruck [58]
Norma Aleandro Florencia Sánchez Morales Gaby: A True Story
Anne Archer Beth Rogerson-Gallagher Fatal Attraction
Anne Ramsey Momma Lift Throw Momma from the Train
Ann Sothern Letitia Benson-Doughty The Whales of August
1988
(61st)
Geena Davis Award winner Muriel Pritchett The Accidental Tourist [59]
Joan Cusack Cynthia Working Girl
Frances McDormand Mrs. Pell Mississippi Burning
Michelle Pfeiffer Madame Marie de Tourvel Dangerous Liaisons
Sigourney Weaver Katharine Parker Working Girl
1989
(62nd)
Brenda Fricker Award winner Bridget Fagan-Brown My Left Foot [60]
Anjelica Huston Tamara Broder Enemies, A Love Story
Lena Olin Masha Bloch
Julia Roberts Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie Steel Magnolias
Dianne Wiest Helen Buckman Parenthood

1990s[edit]

A photo of Whoopi Goldberg in 2008.
Whoopi Goldberg won for her performance in Ghost (1990).
Photo of Marisa Tomei in 2008.
Marisa Tomei won for her performance in My Cousin Vinny (1992).
Photo of Juliette Binoche in 2017.
Juliette Binoche won for her performance in The English Patient (1996).
Photo of Judi Dench in 2007.
Judi Dench won for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth I in Shakespeare in Love (1998).
Photo of Angelina Jolie in 2014.
Angelina Jolie won for her performance in Girl, Interrupted (1999).
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
1990
(63rd)
Whoopi Goldberg Award winner Oda Mae Brown Ghost [61]
Annette Bening Myra Langtry The Grifters
Lorraine Bracco Karen Hill Goodfellas
Diane Ladd Marietta Fortune Wild at Heart
Mary McDonnell Stands With a Fist Dances with Wolves
1991
(64th)
Mercedes Ruehl Award winner Anne Napolitano The Fisher King [62]
Diane Ladd Mrs. Hillyer Rambling Rose
Juliette Lewis Danielle Bowden Cape Fear
Kate Nelligan Lila Wingo Newbury The Prince of Tides
Jessica Tandy Virginia "Ninny" Threadgoode Fried Green Tomatoes
1992
(65th)
Marisa Tomei Award winner Mona Lisa Vito My Cousin Vinny [63]
Judy Davis Sally Simmons Husbands and Wives
Joan Plowright Mrs. Fisher Enchanted April
Vanessa Redgrave Ruth Wilcox Howards End
Miranda Richardson Ingrid Thompson-Fleming Damage
1993
(66th)
Anna Paquin Award winner Flora McGrath The Piano [64]
Holly Hunter Tammy Hemphill The Firm
Rosie Perez Carla Rodrigo Fearless
Winona Ryder May Welland The Age of Innocence
Emma Thompson Gareth Peirce In the Name of the Father
1994
(67th)
Dianne Wiest Award winner Helen Sinclair Bullets over Broadway [65]
Rosemary Harris Rose Haigh-Wood Tom & Viv
Helen Mirren Queen Charlotte The Madness of King George
Uma Thurman Mia Wallace Pulp Fiction
Jennifer Tilly Olive Neal Bullets over Broadway
1995
(68th)
Mira Sorvino Award winner Linda Ash Mighty Aphrodite [66]
Joan Allen Pat Nixon Nixon
Kathleen Quinlan Marilyn Lovell Apollo 13
Mare Winningham Georgia Flood Georgia
Kate Winslet Marianne Dashwood Sense and Sensibility
1996
(69th)
Juliette Binoche Award winner Hana The English Patient [67]
Joan Allen Elizabeth Proctor The Crucible
Lauren Bacall Hannah Morgan The Mirror Has Two Faces
Barbara Hershey Madame Serena Merle The Portrait of a Lady
Marianne Jean-Baptiste Hortense Cumberbatch Secrets & Lies
1997
(70th)
Kim Basinger Award winner Lynn Bracken L.A. Confidential [68]
Joan Cusack Emily Montgomery In & Out
Minnie Driver Skylar Good Will Hunting
Julianne Moore Amber Waves Boogie Nights
Gloria Stuart Rose Dawson Calvert Titanic
1998
(71st)
Judi Dench Award winner Queen Elizabeth I Shakespeare in Love [69]
Kathy Bates Libby Holden Primary Colors
Brenda Blethyn Mari Hoff Little Voice
Rachel Griffiths Hilary du Pré Hilary and Jackie
Lynn Redgrave Hanna Gods and Monsters
1999
(72nd)
Angelina Jolie Award winner Lisa Rowe Girl, Interrupted [70]
Toni Collette Lynn Sear The Sixth Sense
Catherine Keener Maxine Lund Being John Malkovich
Samantha Morton Hattie Sweet and Lowdown
Chloë Sevigny Lana Tisdel Boys Don't Cry

2000s[edit]

Catherine Zeta-Jones won for her role as Velma Kelly in Chicago (2002).
Cate Blanchett won for her portrayal of Katharine Hepburn in The Aviator (2004).
Jennifer Hudson won for her portrayal of Effie White in Dreamgirls (2006).
Photo of Penélope Cruz in 2018.
Penélope Cruz won for Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008), becoming the first Spanish actress to win an Oscar.
Photo of Mo'Nique in 2010.
Mo'Nique won for Precious (2009).
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
2000
(73rd)
Marcia Gay Harden Award winner Lee Krasner Pollock [71]
Judi Dench Armande Voizin Chocolat
Kate Hudson Penny Lane Almost Famous
Frances McDormand Elaine Miller
Julie Walters Georgia Wilkinson Billy Elliot
2001
(74th)
Jennifer Connelly Award winner Alicia Nash A Beautiful Mind [72]
Helen Mirren Mrs. Wilson Gosford Park
Maggie Smith Constance Trentham
Marisa Tomei Natalie Strout In the Bedroom
Kate Winslet Iris Murdoch Iris
2002
(75th)
Catherine Zeta-Jones Award winner Velma Kelly Chicago [73]
Kathy Bates Roberta Hertzel About Schmidt
Julianne Moore Laura McGrath-Brown The Hours
Queen Latifah Matron Mama Morton Chicago
Meryl Streep Susan Orlean Adaptation
2003
(76th)
Renée Zellweger Award winner Ruby Thewes Cold Mountain [74]
Shohreh Aghdashloo Nadereh Behrani House of Sand and Fog
Patricia Clarkson Joy Burns Pieces of April
Marcia Gay Harden Celeste Boyle Mystic River
Holly Hunter Melanie Freeland Thirteen
2004
(77th)
Cate Blanchett Award winner Katharine Hepburn The Aviator [75]
Laura Linney Clara McMillen Kinsey
Virginia Madsen Maya Randall Sideways
Sophie Okonedo Tatiana Rusesabagina Hotel Rwanda
Natalie Portman Jane Jones / Alice Ayres Closer
2005
(78th)
Rachel Weisz Award winner Tessa Quayle The Constant Gardener [76]
Amy Adams Ashley Johnsten Junebug
Catherine Keener Nelle Harper Lee Capote
Frances McDormand Glory Dodge North Country
Michelle Williams Alma Beers Brokeback Mountain
2006
(79th)
Jennifer Hudson Award winner Effie White Dreamgirls [77]
Adriana Barraza Amelia Hernández Babel
Cate Blanchett Bathsheba "Sheba" Hart Notes on a Scandal
Abigail Breslin Olive Hoover Little Miss Sunshine
Rinko Kikuchi Chieko Wataya Babel
2007
(80th)
Tilda Swinton Award winner Karen Crowder Michael Clayton [78]
Cate Blanchett Jude Quinn I'm Not There
Ruby Dee Mahalee Lucas American Gangster
Saoirse Ronan Briony Tallis Atonement
Amy Ryan Helene McCready Gone Baby Gone
2008
(81st)
Penélope Cruz Award winner María Elena Vicky Cristina Barcelona [79]
Amy Adams Sister James Doubt
Viola Davis Mrs. Miller
Taraji P. Henson Queenie The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Marisa Tomei Cassidy / Pam The Wrestler
2009
(82nd)
Mo'Nique Award winner Mary Lee Johnston Precious [80]
Penélope Cruz Carla Albanese Nine
Vera Farmiga Alex Goran Up in the Air
Maggie Gyllenhaal Jean Craddock Crazy Heart
Anna Kendrick Natalie Keener Up in the Air

2010s[edit]

Octavia Spencer won for The Help (2011).
Photo of Lupita Nyong'o in 2019.
Lupita Nyong'o won for her portrayal of Patsey in 12 Years a Slave (2013).
Viola Davis won for Fences (2015)
Allison-Janney in 2014.jpg
Allison Janney won for her portrayal of LaVona Golden in I, Tonya (2017).
Photo of Laura Dern in 2017.
Laura Dern won for Marriage Story (2019).
Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
2010
(83rd)
Melissa Leo Award winner Alice Eklund-Ward The Fighter [81]
Amy Adams Charlene Fleming The Fighter
Helena Bonham Carter Queen Elizabeth The King's Speech
Hailee Steinfeld Mattie Ross True Grit
Jacki Weaver Janine "Smurf" Cody Animal Kingdom
2011
(84th)
Octavia Spencer Award winner Minny Jackson The Help [82]
Bérénice Bejo Peppy Miller The Artist
Jessica Chastain Celia Foote The Help
Melissa McCarthy Megan Price Bridesmaids
Janet McTeer Hubert Page Albert Nobbs
2012
(85th)
Anne Hathaway Award winner Fantine Les Misérables [83]
Amy Adams Peggy Dodd The Master
Sally Field Mary Todd Lincoln Lincoln
Helen Hunt Cheryl Cohen-Greene The Sessions
Jacki Weaver Dolores Solitano Silver Linings Playbook
2013
(86th)
Lupita Nyong'o Award winner Patsey 12 Years a Slave [84]
Sally Hawkins Ginger Blue Jasmine
Jennifer Lawrence Rosalyn Rosenfeld American Hustle
Julia Roberts Barbara Weston-Fordham August: Osage County
June Squibb Kate Grant Nebraska
2014
(87th)
Patricia Arquette Award winner Olivia Evans Boyhood [85]
Laura Dern Bobbi Grey Wild
Keira Knightley Joan Clarke The Imitation Game
Emma Stone Sam Thomson Birdman
Meryl Streep The Witch Into the Woods
2015
(88th)
Alicia Vikander Award winner Gerda Wegener The Danish Girl [86]
Jennifer Jason Leigh Daisy Domergue The Hateful Eight
Rooney Mara Therese Belivet Carol
Rachel McAdams Sacha Pfeiffer Spotlight
Kate Winslet Joanna Hoffman Steve Jobs
2016
(89th)
Viola Davis Award winner Rose Lee Maxson Fences [87]
Naomie Harris Paula Harris Moonlight
Nicole Kidman Sue Brierley Lion
Octavia Spencer Dorothy Vaughan Hidden Figures
Michelle Williams Randi Chandler Manchester by the Sea
2017
(90th)
Allison Janney Award winner LaVona Golden I, Tonya [88]
Mary J. Blige Florence Jackson Mudbound
Lesley Manville Cyril Woodcock Phantom Thread
Laurie Metcalf Marion McPherson Lady Bird
Octavia Spencer Zelda Fuller The Shape of Water
2018
(91st)
Regina King Award winner Sharon Rivers If Beale Street Could Talk [89]
Amy Adams Lynne Cheney Vice
Marina de Tavira Sofía Roma
Emma Stone Abigail The Favourite
Rachel Weisz Lady Sarah
2019
(92nd)
Laura Dern Award winner Nora Fanshaw Marriage Story [90]
Kathy Bates Barbara "Bobi" Jewell Richard Jewell
Scarlett Johansson Rosie Betzler Jojo Rabbit
Florence Pugh Amy March Little Women
Margot Robbie Kayla Pospisil Bombshell

2020s[edit]

Year Actress Role(s) Film Ref.
2020[91]
(93rd)
Youn Yuh-jung Award winner Soon-ja Minari [92]
Maria Bakalova Tutar Sagdiyev Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Glenn Close Bonnie "Mamaw" Vance Hillbilly Elegy
Olivia Colman Anne The Father
Amanda Seyfried Marion Davies Mank

Multiple wins and nominations[edit]

Multiple nominations from the same film[edit]

Age superlatives[edit]

Record Actress Film Age (in years) Ref.
Oldest winner Peggy Ashcroft A Passage to India 77 [93]
Oldest nominee Gloria Stuart Titanic 87 [93]
Youngest winner Tatum O'Neal Paper Moon 10 [93]
Youngest nominee

Diversity of nominees/winners[edit]

Asian nominees/winners[edit]

Nine actresses of Asian descent and/or nationality have been nominated a total of ten times in this category, and two actresses have won this award.

Black nominees/winners[edit]

Twenty-one black actresses have been nominated a total of twenty-four times in this category, and eight actresses have won this award.

Hispanic/Latin American nominees/winners[edit]

Eleven actresses of Hispanic/Latin American descent and/or nationality have been nominated a total of twelve times in this category, and four actresses have won this award.

Indigenous nominees[edit]

Only one indigenous actress has been nominated in this category.

Oceanic nominees/winners[edit]

Ten Oceanic actresses have been nominated a total of thirteen times in this category, and two actresses have won this award.

LGBTQ nominees/winners[edit]

Ten LGBTQ actresses have been nominated a total of ten times in this category, and six actresses have won this award.

Non-English language nominees/winners[edit]

Eight actresses with non-English performances have been nominated a total of eight times in this category, and three actresses have won this award.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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