|SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie|
|Awarded for||Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series|
|Location||Los Angeles, California|
|Currently held by||Michelle Williams for Fosse/Verdon (2019)|
The Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series is an award given by the Screen Actors Guild to honor the finest acting achievements in Miniseries or Television Movie.
|Year||Nominee||Miniseries or Movie||Role(s)|
|1994||Joanne Woodward||Breathing Lessons||Maggie Moran|
|Katharine Hepburn||One Christmas||Cornelia Beaumont|
|Diane Keaton||Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight||Amelia Earhart|
|Sissy Spacek||A Place for Annie||Susan Lansing|
|Cicely Tyson||Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All||Castralia, Marsden Family House Slave / Maid|
|1995||Alfre Woodard||The Piano Lesson||Berniece Charles|
|Glenn Close||Serving in Silence||Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer|
|Sally Field||A Woman of Independent Means||Bess Alcott Steed Garner|
|Anjelica Huston||Buffalo Girls||Calamity Jane|
|Sela Ward||Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story||Jessica Savitch|
|1996||Kathy Bates||The Late Shift||Helen Kushnick|
|Anne Bancroft||Homecoming||Abigail Tillerman|
|Stockard Channing||An Unexpected Family||Barbara Whitney|
|Jena Malone||Bastard Out of Carolina||Ruth “Bone” Boatwright|
|Cicely Tyson||The Road to Galveston||Jordan Roosevelt|
|1997||Alfre Woodard||Miss Evers' Boys||Eunice Evers, R.N.|
|Glenn Close||In the Gloaming||Janet|
|Faye Dunaway||The Twilight of the Golds||Phyllis Gold|
|Sigourney Weaver||Snow White: A Tale of Terror||Lady Claudia Hoffman|
|Mare Winningham||George Wallace||Lurleen Wallace|
|1998||Angelina Jolie||Gia||Gia Carangi|
|Ann-Margret||Life of the Party: The Pamela Harriman Story||Pamela Harriman|
|Stockard Channing||The Baby Dance||Rachel Luckman|
|Olympia Dukakis||More Tales of the City||Mrs. Anna Madrigal|
|Mary Steenburgen||About Sarah||Sarah Elizabeth McCaffrey|
|1999||Halle Berry||Introducing Dorothy Dandridge||Dorothy Dandridge|
|Kathy Bates||Annie||Miss Agatha Hannigan|
|Judy Davis||A Cooler Climate||Paula|
|Helen Mirren||The Passion of Ayn Rand||Ayn Rand|
|Year||Nominee||Miniseries or Movie||Role|
|2000||Vanessa Redgrave||If These Walls Could Talk 2||Edith Tree|
|Stockard Channing||The Truth About Jane||Janice Williams|
|Judi Dench||The Last of the Blonde Bombshells||Elizabeth Harman|
|Sally Field||David Copperfield||Aunt Betsey Trotwood|
|Elizabeth Franz||Death of a Salesman||Linda Loman|
|2001||Judy Davis||Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows||Judy Garland|
|Angela Bassett||Ruby's Bucket of Blood||Ruby Delacroix|
|Anjelica Huston||The Mists of Avalon||Vivianne, Lady of the Lake|
|Sissy Spacek||Midwives||Sibyl Danforth|
|Emma Thompson||Wit||Vivian Bearing|
|2002||Stockard Channing||The Matthew Shepard Story||Judy Shephard|
|Kathy Bates||My Sister's Keeper||Christine Chapman|
|Helen Mirren||Door to Door||Mrs. Porter|
|Vanessa Redgrave||The Gathering Storm||Clementine Churchill|
|Uma Thurman||Hysterical Blindness||Debbie Miller|
|2003||Meryl Streep||Angels in America||Hannah Pitt / Ethel Rosenberg / The Rabbi / The Angel Australia|
|Anne Bancroft||The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone||Contessa|
|Helen Mirren||Karen Stone|
|Mary-Louise Parker||Angels in America||Harper Pitt|
|Emma Thompson||Nurse Emily / Homeless Woman / The Angel America|
|2004||Glenn Close||The Lion in Winter||Queen Eleanor|
|Patricia Heaton||The Goodbye Girl||Paula McFadden|
|Keke Palmer||The Wool Cap||Lou|
|Hilary Swank||Iron Jawed Angels||Alice Paul|
|Charlize Theron||The Life and Death of Peter Sellers||Britt Ekland|
|2005||S. Epatha Merkerson||Lackawanna Blues||Rachel "Nanny" Crosby|
|Tonantzin Carmelo||Into the West||Thunder Heart Woman|
|Cynthia Nixon||Warm Springs||Eleanor Roosevelt|
|Joanne Woodward||Empire Falls||Francine Whiting|
|Robin Wright||Grace Roby|
|2006||Helen Mirren||Elizabeth I||Queen Elizabeth I|
|Annette Bening||Mrs. Harris||Jean Harris|
|Shirley Jones||Hidden Places||Aunt Batty|
|Cloris Leachman||Mrs. Harris||Pearl “Billie” Schwartz|
|Greta Scacchi||Broken Trail||Nola Johns|
|2007||Queen Latifah||Life Support||Ana Walace|
|Ellen Burstyn||Mitch Albom's For One More Day||Posey|
|Debra Messing||The Starter Wife||Molly Kagan|
|Anna Paquin||Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee||Elaine Goodale|
|Vanessa Redgrave||The Fever||Woman|
|Gena Rowlands||What If God Were the Sun?||Melissa Eisenbloom|
|2008||Laura Linney||John Adams||Abigail Adams|
|Laura Dern||Recount||Katherine Harris|
|Shirley MacLaine||Coco Chanel||Coco Chanel|
|Phylicia Rashad||A Raisin in the Sun||Lena Younger|
|Susan Sarandon||Bernard and Doris||Doris Duke|
|2009||Drew Barrymore||Grey Gardens||Edith “Little Edie” Beale|
|Joan Allen||Georgia O'Keeffe||Georgia O‘Keeffe|
|Ruby Dee||America||Mrs. Harper|
|Jessica Lange||Grey Gardens||Edith “Big Edie” Bouvier-Beale|
|Sigourney Weaver||Prayers for Bobby||Mary Griffith|
|Year||Nominee||Miniseries or Movie||Role|
|2010||Claire Danes||Temple Grandin||Temple Grandin|
|Catherine O'Hara||Temple Grandin||Aunt Ann|
|Julia Ormond||Eustacia Grandin|
|Winona Ryder||When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story||Lois Wilson|
|Susan Sarandon||You Don't Know Jack||Janet Good|
|2011||Kate Winslet||Mildred Pierce||Mildred Pierce|
|Diane Lane||Cinema Verite||Pat Loud|
|Maggie Smith||Downton Abbey||Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham|
|Emily Watson||Appropriate Adult||Janet Leach|
|Betty White||The Lost Valentine||Caroline Thomas|
|2012||Julianne Moore||Game Change||Sarah Palin|
|Nicole Kidman||Hemingway & Gellhorn||Martha Gellhorn|
|Charlotte Rampling||Restless||Eva Delectorskaya|
|Sigourney Weaver||Political Animals||Elaine Barrish Hammond|
|Alfre Woodard||Steel Magnolias||Louisa "Ouiser" Boudreaux|
|2013||Helen Mirren||Phil Spector||Linda Kenney Baden|
|Angela Bassett||Betty & Coretta||Coretta Scott King|
|Helena Bonham Carter||Burton & Taylor||Elizabeth Taylor|
|Holly Hunter||Top of the Lake||GJ|
|Elisabeth Moss||Det. Robin Griffin|
|2014||Frances McDormand||Olive Kitteridge||Olive Kitteridge|
|Ellen Burstyn||Flowers in the Attic||Olivia Foxworth|
|Maggie Gyllenhaal||The Honourable Woman||Nessa Stein, Baroness Stein of Tilbury|
|Julia Roberts||The Normal Heart||Dr. Emma Brookner|
|Cicely Tyson||The Trip to Bountiful||Mrs. Carrie Watts|
|2015||Queen Latifah||Bessie||Bessie Smith|
|Nicole Kidman||Grace of Monaco||Grace Kelly|
|Christina Ricci||The Lizzie Borden Chronicles||Lizzie Borden|
|Susan Sarandon||The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe||Gladys Monroe Mortenson|
|Kristen Wiig||The Spoils Before Dying||Delores O’Dell|
|2016||Sarah Paulson||The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story||Marcia Clark|
|Bryce Dallas Howard||Black Mirror||Lacie Pound|
|Felicity Huffman||American Crime||Leslie Graham|
|Audra McDonald||Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill||Billie Holiday|
|Kerry Washington||Confirmation||Anita Hill|
|2017||Nicole Kidman||Big Little Lies||Celeste Wright|
|Laura Dern||Big Little Lies||Renata Klein|
|Jessica Lange||Feud: Bette and Joan||Joan Crawford|
|Susan Sarandon||Bette Davis|
|Reese Witherspoon||Big Little Lies||Madeline Martha Mackenzie|
|2018||Patricia Arquette||Escape at Dannemora||Tilly Mitchell|
|Amy Adams||Sharp Objects||Camille Preaker|
|Patricia Clarkson||Adora Crellin|
|Penélope Cruz||The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story||Donatella Versace|
|Emma Stone||Maniac||Annie Landsberg|
|2019||Michelle Williams||Fosse/Verdon||Gwen Verdon|
|Patricia Arquette||The Act||Dee Dee Blanchard|
|Toni Collette||Unbelievable||Det. Grace Rasmussen|
|Joey King||The Act||Gypsy Rose Blanchard|
|Emily Watson||Chernobyl||Ulana Khomyuk|
|Year||Nominee||Miniseries or Movie||Role|
|2020||Cate Blanchett||Mrs. America||Phyllis Schlafly|
|Michaela Coel||I May Destroy You||Arabella Essiedu|
|Nicole Kidman||The Undoing||Grace Fraser|
|Anya Taylor-Joy||The Queen's Gambit||Beth Harmon|
|Kerry Washington||Little Fires Everywhere||Mia Warren|
Note: Winners are indicated in bold type.
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