Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actress

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Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actress
Country Australia
Presented by TV Week
First awarded1988
Currently held by Jenna Coleman (2019)
Most awards Deborah Mailman (4)
Website www.tvweeklogieawards.com.au

The Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actress, commonly known as the Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Actress, is an award presented annually at the Australian TV Week Logie Awards. It was first awarded at the 30th Annual TV Week Logie Awards in 1988 and is given to recognise the outstanding performance of an actress in an Australian program. The winner and nominees of this award are chosen by television industry juries. [1] Deborah Mailman holds the record for the most wins, with four, followed by Claudia Karvan with three and Ruth Cracknell, Alison Whyte and Sigrid Thornton with two wins each.

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Winners and nominees

KeyMeaning
Double-dagger-14-plain.pngIndicates the winning actress
YearNomineesProgram(s)NetworkRef
1988 Catherine Wilkin Double-dagger-14-plain.png Rafferty's Rules
Seven Network
[2]
1989 Joan Sydney Double-dagger-14-plain.png A Country Practice
Seven Network
[3]
1990 Nicole Kidman Double-dagger-14-plain.png Bangkok Hilton
Network Ten
[4]
1991 Rebecca Gibney Double-dagger-14-plain.pngSnowy
Nine Network
[5]
1992 Josephine Byrnes Double-dagger-14-plain.png Brides of Christ
ABC TV
1993 Ruth Cracknell Double-dagger-14-plain.png Mother and Son
ABC TV
1994 Ruth CracknellDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngMother and Son
ABC TV
[6]
1995 Monica Maughan Double-dagger-14-plain.png The Damnation of Harvey McHugh
ABC TV
1996 Jacqueline McKenzie Double-dagger-14-plain.png Halifax f.p.
Nine Network
1997 Alison Whyte Double-dagger-14-plain.png Frontline
ABC TV
1998 Catherine McClements Double-dagger-14-plain.png Water Rats
Nine Network
[7]
Rachael Blake Wildside
ABC TV
Rebecca GibneyHalifax f.p.
Nine Network
Kangaroo Palace
Seven Network
Alison Whyte Good Guys, Bad Guys
Nine Network
1999 Sigrid Thornton Double-dagger-14-plain.png SeaChange
ABC TV
[8]
Rachael BlakeWildside
ABC TV
Rebecca GibneyHalifax f.p.: Afraid of the Dark
Nine Network
The Day of the Roses
Network Ten
Caroline Goodall A Difficult Woman
Claudia Karvan The Violent Earth
2000 Sigrid ThorntonDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngSeaChange
ABC TV
[9]
Kerry Armstrong SeaChange
ABC TV
Rebecca GibneyHalifax f.p.
Nine Network
Catherine McClementsWater Rats
Nine Network
2001 Kerry ArmstrongDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngSeaChange
ABC TV
[10]
Georgie Parker All Saints
Seven Network
Libby Tanner All Saints
Seven Network
Sigrid ThorntonSeaChange
ABC TV
2002 Deborah Mailman Double-dagger-14-plain.png The Secret Life of Us
Network Ten
[11]
Kate Beahan Love Is a Four Letter Word
ABC TV
Claudia KarvanThe Secret Life of Us
Network Ten
Georgie ParkerAll Saints
Seven Network
Libby TannerAll Saints
Seven Network
2003 Claudia KarvanDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngThe Secret Life of Us
Network Ten
[12]
Kerry Armstrong MDA
ABC TV
Deborah MailmanThe Secret Life of Us
Network Ten
Freya Stafford White Collar Blue
Network Ten
Juliet Stevenson The Road From Coorain
ABC TV
2004 Deborah MailmanDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngThe Secret Life of Us
Network Ten
[13]
Bridie Carter McLeod's Daughters
Nine Network
Claudia KarvanThe Secret Life Of Us
Network Ten
Kate Kendall Stingers
Nine Network
Angie Milliken The Shark Net
ABC TV
2005 Miranda Otto Double-dagger-14-plain.png Through My Eyes: The Lindy Chamberlain Story
Seven Network
[14]
Rebecca Gibney Small Claims
Network Ten
Claudia Karvan Love My Way
Fox8
Asher Keddie Love My Way
Fox8
Leeanna Walsman Jessica
Network Ten
2006 Claudia KarvanDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngLove My Way
Fox8
[15]
Justine Clarke The Surgeon
Network Ten
Romola Garai The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant
Network Ten
Asher KeddieLove My Way
Fox8
Lisa McCune Hell Has Harbour Views
ABC TV
2007 Susie Porter Double-dagger-14-plain.png RAN Remote Area Nurse
SBS TV
[16]
Daniella Farinacci The Society Murders
Network Ten
Claudia KarvanLove My Way
W. Channel
Asher KeddieLove My Way
W. Channel
Judith McGrath All Saints
Seven Network
2008 Alison WhyteDouble-dagger-14-plain.png Satisfaction
Showcase
[17]
Diana Glenn Satisfaction
Showcase
Claudia KarvanLove My Way
Showtime
Asher KeddieLove My Way
Showtime
Victoria Thaine Rain Shadow
ABC1
2009 Kat Stewart Double-dagger-14-plain.png Underbelly
Nine Network
[18]
Julia Blake Bed of Roses
ABC1
Claire van der Boom Rush
Network Ten
Rebecca Gibney Packed to the Rafters
Seven Network
Madeleine West Satisfaction
Showcase
2010 Claudia KarvanDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngSaved
SBS TV
[19]
Justine Clarke Tangle
Showcase
Asher Keddie Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities
Nine Network
Susie Porter East West 101
SBS TV
Kat StewartTangle
Showcase
2011 Claire van der BoomDouble-dagger-14-plain.png Sisters of War
ABC1
[20]
Justine ClarkeTangle
Showcase
Asher Keddie Offspring
Network Ten
Catherine McClements Rush
Network Ten
Kat StewartOffspring
Network Ten
2012 Melissa George Double-dagger-14-plain.png The Slap
ABC1
[21]
Essie Davis The Slap
ABC1
Diana Glenn Killing Time
TV1
Asher Keddie Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo
ABC1
Kat StewartOffspring
Network Ten
2013 Deborah MailmanDouble-dagger-14-plain.png Mabo
ABC1
[22]
Catherine McClementsTangle
Showcase
Mandy McElhinney Howzat! Kerry Packer's War
Nine Network
Susie PorterDangerous Remedy
ABC1
Leah Purcell Redfern Now
ABC1
2014 Asher KeddieDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngOffspring
Network Ten
[23]
Danielle Cormack Wentworth
SoHo
Claudia Karvan The Time of Our Lives
ABC1
Mandy McElhinney Paper Giants: Magazine Wars
ABC1
Kat StewartOffspring
Network Ten
2015 Danielle CormackDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngWentworth
SoHo
[24]
Marta Dusseldorp Janet King
ABC
Jessica Marais Carlotta
ABC
Denise Roberts Schapelle
Nine Network
Nicole da Silva Wentworth
SoHo
2016 Deborah MailmanDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngRedfern Now: Promise Me
ABC
[25]
Essie Davis Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries
ABC
Mandy McElhinney House of Hancock
Nine Network
Pamela Rabe Wentworth
SoHo
Sarah Snook The Beautiful Lie
ABC
2017 Anna Torv Double-dagger-14-plain.png Secret City
Showcase
[26]
Danielle Cormack Wentworth
Showcase
Elizabeth Debicki The Kettering Incident
Showcase
Marta Dusseldorp Janet King
ABC
Jessica Marais Love Child
Nine Network
Yael Stone Deep Water
SBS
2018 Pamela RabeDouble-dagger-14-plain.pngWentworth
Showcase
Elisabeth MossTop of the Lake: China Girl
BBC First
Kate AtkinsonWentworth
Showcase
Kate Box Riot
ABC
Leeanna WalsmanSafe Harbour
SBS
2019 Jenna Coleman Double-dagger-14-plain.png The Cry
ABC
Danielle Cormack Secret City: Under The Eagle
Foxtel
Judy Davis Mystery Road
ABC
Leah Purcell Wentworth
Foxtel
Nicole Chamoun On The Ropes
SBS

Multiple wins

NumberActress
Wins
4
Deborah Mailman
3
Claudia Karvan
2
Ruth Cracknell
2
Alison Whyte
2
Sigrid Thornton

Programs with most awards

WinsProgram
3
SeaChange
3
The Secret Life of Us
2
Mother and Son

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