Here is the list of winners for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture made for television at the Golden Globes since 1981.


Best Actress In A Mini-Series

The award for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for Television was introduced in 1981. The very first award went to Jane Seymour for her role as Cathy in East of Eden. The official title for the award has been changed to ‘Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television’. 

List of Winners

Year
Winner
Film
1981
 Jane Seymour
 East of Eden
1982
 Ingrid Bergman
 A Woman Called Golda
1983
 Ann-Margret
 Who Will Love My Children?
1984
 Ann-Margret
 A Streetcar Named Desire
1985
 Liza Minnelli
 A Time to Live
1986
 Loretta Young
 Christmas Eve
1987
 Gena Rowlands
 The Betty Ford Story
1988
 Ann Jillian
 The Ann Jillian Story
1989
 Christine Lahti
 No Place Like Home
1990
 Barbara Hershey
 A Killing in a Small Town
1991
 Judy Davis
 One Against the Wind
1992
 Laura Dern
 Afterburn
1993
 Bette Midler
 Gypsy
1994
 Joanne Woodward
 Breathing Lessons as Maggie Moran
1995
 Jessica Lange
 A Streetcar Named Desire
1996
 Helen Mirren
 Losing Chase
1997
 Alfre Woodard
 Miss Evers' Boys
1998
 Angelina Jolie
 Gia
1999
 Halle Berry
 Introducing Dorothy Dandridge
2000
 Judi Dench
 The Last of the Blonde Bombshells as Elizabeth
2001
 Judy Davis
 Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows as Judy Garland
2002
 Uma Thurman
 Hysterical Blindness as Debbie Miller
2003
 Meryl Streep
 Angels in America as Hannah Pitt/Ethel Rosenberg/Rabbi/Angel Australia
2004
 Glenn Close
 The Lion in Winter as Queen Eleanor
2005
 S. Epatha Merkerson
 Lackawanna Blues as Rachel "Nanny" Crosby
2006
 Helen Mirren
 Elizabeth I as Queen Elizabeth I
2007
 Queen Latifah
 Life Support as Ana Walace
2008
 Laura Linney
 John Adams as Abigail Adams
2009
 Drew Barrymore
 Grey Gardens as Little Edie