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1929/28
Janet Gaynor (for 7th Heaven)
1930/29
Mary Pickford (for Coquette)
1931/30
Norma Shearer (for The Divorcee)
1932/31
Marie Dressler (for Min and Bill)
1933/32
Helen Hayes (for The Sin of Madelon Claudet)
1934/33
Katharine Hepburn (for Morning Glory)
1935
Claudette Colbert (for It Happened One Night)
1936
Bette Davis (for Dangerous)
1937
Luise Rainer (for The Great Ziegfeld)
1938
Luise Rainer (for The Good Earth)
1939
Bette Davis (for Jezebel)
1940
Vivien Leigh (for Gone with the Wind)
1941
Ginger Rogers (for Kitty Foyle)
1942
Joan Fontaine (for Suspicion)
1943
Greer Garson (for Mrs. Miniver)
1944
Jennifer Jones (for The Song of Bernadette)
1945
Ingrid Bergman (for Gaslight)
1946
Joan Crawford (for Mildred Pierce)
1947
Olivia de Havilland (for To Each His Own)
1948
Loretta Young (for The Farmer's Daughter)
1949
Jane Wyman (for Johnny Belinda)
1950
Olivia de Havilland (for The Heiress)
1951
Judy Holliday (for Born Yesterday)
1952
Vivien Leigh (for A Streetcar Named Desire)
1953
Shirley Booth (for Come Back, Little Sheba)
1954
Audrey Hepburn (for Roman Holiday)
1955
Grace Kelly (for The Country Girl)
1956
Anna Magnani (for The Rose Tattoo)
1957
Ingrid Bergman (for Anastasia)
1958
Joanne Woodward (for The Three Faces of Eve)
1959
Susan Hayward (for I Want To Live!)
1960
Simone Signoret (for Room at the Top)
1961
Elizabeth Taylor (for Butterfield 8)
1962
Sophia Loren (for Two Women)
1963
Anne Bancroft (for The Miracle Worker)
1964
Patricia Neal (for Hud)
1965
Julie Andrews (for Mary Poppins)
1966
Julie Christie (for Darling)
1967
Elizabeth Taylor (for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?)
1968
Katharine Hepburn (for Guess Who's Coming to Dinner)
1969
Barbra Streisand (tie, for Funny Girl)
1969
Katharine Hepburn (tie, for The Lion in Winter)
1970
Maggie Smith (for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie)
1971
Glenda Jackson (for Women in Love)
1972
Jane Fonda (for Klute)
1973
Liza Minnelli (for Cabaret)
1974
Glenda Jackson (for A Touch of Class)
1975
Ellen Burstyn (for Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
1976
Louise Fletcher (for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest)
1977
Faye Dunaway (for Network)
1978
Diane Keaton (for Annie Hall)
1979
Jane Fonda (for Coming Home)
1980
Sally Field (for Norma Rae)
1981
Sissy Spacek (for Coal Miner's Daughter)
1982
Katharine Hepburn (for On Golden Pond)
1983
Meryl Streep (for Sophie's Choice)
1984
Shirley MacLaine (for Terms of Endearment)
1985
Sally Field (for Places in the Heart)
1986
Geraldine Page (for The Trip to Bountiful)
1987
Marlee Matlin (for Children of a Lesser God)
1988
Cher (for Moonstruck)
1989
Jodie Foster (for The Accused)
1990
Jessica Tandy (for Driving Miss Daisy)
1991
Kathy Bates (for Misery)
1992
Jodie Foster (for The Silence of the Lambs)
1993
Emma Thompson (for Howards End)
1994
Holly Hunter (for The Piano)
1995
Jessica Lange (for Blue Sky)
1996
Susan Sarandon (for Dead Man Walking)
1997
Frances McDormand (for Fargo)
1998
Helen Hunt (for As Good As It Gets)
1999
Gwyneth Paltrow (for Shakespeare in Love)
2000
Hilary Swank (for Boys Don't Cry)
2001
Julia Roberts (for Erin Brockovich)
2002
Halle Berry (for Monster's Ball)
2003
Nicole Kidman (for The Hours)
2004
Charlize Theron (for Monster)
2005
Hilary Swank (for Million Dollar Baby)
2006
Reese Witherspoon (for Walk the Line)
2007
Helen Mirren (for The Queen)
2008
Marion Cotillard (for The Passionate Life of Edith Piaf)
2009
Kate Winslet (for The Reader)
2010
Sandra Bullock (for The Blind Side)
2011
Natalie Portman (for Black Swan)
2012
Meryl Streep (for The Iron Lady)
2013
Jennifer Lawrence (for Silver Linings Playbook)
2014
Cate Blanchett (for Blue Jasmine)



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