Golden Globes: 20 Years of Award-Winning TV Actresses

Two decades of TV legends.

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2012<br>n<b>Claire Danes</b> (above) of "Homeland" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Laura Dern</b> of "Enlightened" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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2011<br>n<b>Katy Sagal</b> (above) of "Sons of Anarchy" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Laura Linney</b> of "The C Word" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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2010<br>n<b>Julianna Margulies</b> (above) of "The Good Wife" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Toni Collette</b> of "United States of Tara" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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2009<br>n<b>Tina Fey</b> (above) of "30 Rock" was named Best Actress in a Comedy, and <b>Anna Paquin</b> of "True Blood" was named Best Actress in a Drama.
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2008<br>n<b>Glenn Close</b> (above) of "Damages" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Tina Fey</b> of "30 Rock" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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2007<br>n<b>Kyra Sedgwick</b> (above) of "The Closer" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>America Ferrera</b> of "Ugly Betty" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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2006<br>n<b>Marry Louise-Parker</b> (above) of "Weeds" was named Best Actress in a Comedy, and <b>Geena Davis</b> of "Commander in Chief" was named Best Actress in a Drama.
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2005<br>n<b>Mariska Hargitay</b> (above) of "Law * Order: SVU" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Teri Hatcher</b> of "Desperate Housewives" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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2004<br>n<b>Frances Conroy</b> (above) of "Six Feet Under" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Sarah Jessica Parker</b> of "Sex and the City" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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2003<br>n<b>Jennifer Aniston</b> (above) of "Friends" was named Best Actress in a Comedy, and <b>Edie Falco</b> of "The Sopranos" was named Best Actress in a Drama.
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2002<br>n<b>Sarah Jessica Parker</b> (above) of "Sex and the City" was named Best Actress in a Comedy, and <b>Jennifer Garner</b> of "Alias" was named Best Actress in a Drama.
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2001<br>n<b>Sela Ward</b> (above) of "Once and Again" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Sarah Jessica Parker</b> of "Sex and the City" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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2000<br>n<b>Edie Falco</b> (above, with co-star and fellow award-winner James Gandolfini) of "The Sopranos" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Sarah Jessica Parker</b> of "Sex and the City" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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1999<br>n<b>Keri Russell</b> (above) of "Felicity" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Jenna Elfman</b> of "Dharma & Greg" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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1998<br>n<b>Calista Flockhart</b> (above) of "Ally McBeal" was named Best Actress in a Comedy, and <b>Christine Lahti</b> of "Chicago Hope" was named Best Actress in a Drama.
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1997<br>n<b>Gillian Anderson</b> (above, with show creator Chris Carter and co-star David Duchovny) of "The X-Files" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Helen Hunt</b> of "Mad About You" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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1996<br>n<b>Cybill Shepherd</b> (above) of "Cybill" was named Best Actress in a Comedy, and <b>Jane Seymour</b> of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" was named Best Actress in a Drama.
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1995<br>n<b>Helen Hunt</b> (above, with co-star Paul Reiser) of "Mad About You" was named Best Actress in a Comedy, and <b>Claire Danes</b> of "My So-Called Life" was named Best Actress in a Drama.
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1994<br>n<b>Kathy Baker</b> (above, second from right) of "Picket Fences" was named Best Actress in a Drama, and <b>Helen Hunt</b> of "Mad About You" was named Best Actress in a Comedy.
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1993<br>n<b>Roseanne Barr</b> (above) of "Roseanne" was named Best Actress in a Comedy, and <b>Regina Taylor</b> of "I'll Fly Away" was named Best Actress in a Drama.
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