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British Academy Television Award for Best Actress

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Country  United Kingdom
Last awarded  2012 (presented 2013)
Instituted  1954
First awarded  1954 (presented 1955)
Official website  
http://www.bafta.org/

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BAFTA is the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. We are an independent British charity that supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image.

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Presented by  British Academy of Film and Television Arts
Category of  British Academy Television Awards
People also search for  British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor
Winners & Nominees  Suranne JonesDoctor Foster, Suranne Jones, Winner, Claire FoyWolf Hall, Claire Foy, Nominee, Sheridan SmithThe C Word, Sheridan Smith, Nominee, Ruth MadeleyDon't Take My Baby, Ruth Madeley, Nominee, Georgina CampbellMurdered by My Boyfriend, Georgina Campbell, Winner, Sarah LancashireHappy Valley, Sarah Lancashire, Nominee, Sheridan SmithCilla, Sheridan Smith, Nominee, Keeley HawesLine of Duty, Keeley Hawes, Nominee, Olivia ColmanBroadchurch, Olivia Colman, Winner, Maxine PeakeThe Village, Maxine Peake, Nominee, Kerrie HayesThe Mill, Kerrie Hayes, Nominee, Helena Bonham CarterBurton & Taylor, Helena Bonham Carter, Nominee, Sheridan SmithMrs Biggs, Sheridan Smith, Winner, Sienna MillerThe Girl, Sienna Miller, Nominee, Anne ReidLast Tango in Halifax, Anne Reid, Nominee, Rebecca HallParade's End, Rebecca Hall, Nominee, Emily WatsonAppropriate Adult, Emily Watson, Winner, Romola GaraiThe Crimson Petal and the White, Romola Garai, Nominee, Nadine MarshallRandom, Nadine Marshall, Nominee, Vicky McClureThis Is England '88, Vicky McClure, Nominee

Julie walters wins best actress british academy television awards 2010 bbc one


Olivia colman wins best supporting actress bafta the british academy television awards 2013 bbc


1950s

  • 1955 Googie Withers
  • 1956 Virginia McKenna
  • 1957 Rosalie Crutchley
  • 1958 No awarded
  • 1959 Gwen Watford
  • 1960s

  • 1960 Catherine Lacey
  • 1961 Billie Whitelaw
  • 1962 Ruth Dunning
  • 1963 Brenda Bruce
  • 1964 Vivien Merchant
  • 1965 Katharine Blake
  • 1966 Gwen Watford
  • 1967 Vanessa Redgrave
  • 1968 Judi Dench in Talking to a Stranger
  • 1969 Wendy Craig in Not in Front of the Children
  • Notes:

  • From 1955-1968 the award was an 'Individual Honour', no particular performance was credited until Wendy Craig's win in 1969. Also, only a winner was announced, there were no other nominees.
  • The BAFTA Award database credits Judi Dench's win as an 'Individual Honour', while a number of other sources credit Talking to a Stranger.
  • Multiple nominations

    Note: Julie Walters' two mentions in 2010, count as two separate nominations.

    References

    British Academy Television Award for Best Actress Wikipedia


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