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British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor
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
1955 Googie Withers
1956 Virginia McKenna
1957 Rosalie Crutchley
1958 No awarded
1959 Gwen Watford
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
British Academy Television Award for Best Actress Wikipedia
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.
Note: Julie Walters' two mentions in 2010, count as two separate nominations.