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Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical

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Tony Award for
Best Actress in a Musical
Awarded forBest Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical
LocationNew York City
Presented byAmerican Theatre Wing The Broadway League
Currently held byMaleah Joi Moon for Hell's Kitchen (2024)
WebsiteTonyAwards.com

The Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical is an honor presented at the Tony Awards, a ceremony established in 1947 as the Antoinette Perry Awards for Excellence in Theatre, to actresses for quality leading roles in a musical play, whether a new production or a revival. The awards are named after Antoinette Perry, an American actress who died in 1946.

Honors in several categories are presented at the ceremony annually by the Tony Award Productions, a joint venture of The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, to "honor the best performances and stage productions of the previous year."[1]

The award was originally called the Tony Award for Actresses—Musical. It was first presented to Grace Hartman at the 2nd Tony Awards for her portrayal of various characters in Angel in the Wings. Before 1956, nominees' names were not made public;[2] the change was made by the awards committee to "have a greater impact on theatregoers".[3]

In 1965, Liza Minnelli, age 19, became the youngest actress to win the award. She is followed by Lea Salonga, age 20, in 1991. In 2017, Bette Midler, age 71, became the oldest actress to win the award. She is followed by Victoria Clark, age 63, in 2023.

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Transcription

Winners and nominees

  indicates the winner
Nanette Fabray won for Love Life (1949)
Mary Martin won three times: for South Pacific (1950), Peter Pan (1955), and The Sound of Music (1960)
Gertrude Lawrence won for The King and I (1952)
Rosalind Russell won for Wonderful Life (1953)
Gwen Verdon won for Damn Yankees (1956)
Diahann Carroll won for No Strings (1962)
Vivien Leigh won for Tovarich (1963)
Carol Channing won for Hello, Dolly! (1964)
Liza Minnelli won twice: for Flora the Red Menace (1965) and The Act (1978)
Angela Lansbury won four times: for Mame (1966), Dear World (1969), Gypsy (1975), and Sweeney Todd (1979)
Lauren Bacall won twice: for Applause (1970) and Woman of the Year (1985)
Glynis Johns won for A Little Night Music (1973)
Patti LuPone won twice: for Evita (1980) and Gypsy (2008)
Jennifer Holliday won for Dreamgirls (1982)
Chita Rivera won twice: for The Rink (1984) and Kiss of the Spider-Woman (1993)
Bernadette Peters won twice: for Song and Dance (1986) and Annie Get Your Gun (1999)
Tyne Daly won for Gypsy (1990)
Lea Salonga won for Miss Saigon (1991)
Donna Murphy won twice: for Passion (1994) and The King and I (1996)
Glenn Close won for Sunset Boulevard (1995)
Bebe Neuwirth won for Chicago (1997)
Idina Menzel won for Wicked (2004)
Christine Ebersole won twice: for 42nd Street (2001) and Grey Gardens (2007)
Sutton Foster won twice: for Thoroughly Modern Millie (2004) and Anything Goes (2011)
Victoria Clark won twice: for The Light in the Piazza (2005) and Kimberly Akimbo (2023)
LaChanze won for The Color Purple (2006)
Catherine Zeta-Jones won for A Little Night Music (2010)
Audra McDonald won for Porgy and Bess (2012)
Patina Miller won for Pippin (2013)
Kelli O'Hara won for The King and I (2015)
Cynthia Erivo won for The Color Purple (2016)
Bette Midler won for Hello Dolly! (2017)
Katrina Lenk won for The Band's Visit (2018
Adrienne Warren won for Tina (2020)
Joaquina Kalukango won for Paradise Square (2022)

1940s

Year Actress Musical Role(s) Ref.
1947
(1st)
Not awarded
1948
(2nd)
Grace Hartman Angel in the Wings Nettie / Mrs. Blodgett / Ruth / Mrs. Hutchinson
1949
(3rd)
Nanette Fabray Love Life Susan Cooper

1950s

Year Actress Musical Role(s) Ref.
1950
(4th)
Mary Martin South Pacific Ensign Nellie Forbush
1951
(5th)
Ethel Merman Call Me Madam Sally Adams
1952
(6th)
Gertrude Lawrence The King and I Anna Leonowens
1953
(7th)
Rosalind Russell Wonderful Town Ruth Sherwood
1954
(8th)
Dolores Gray Carnival in Flanders Cornelia
1955
(9th)
Mary Martin Peter Pan Peter Pan
1956
(10th)
Gwen Verdon Damn Yankees Lola [4]
Carol Channing The Vamp Flora Weems / Delilah
Nancy Walker Phoenix '55 Various Characters
1957
(11th)
Judy Holliday Bells Are Ringing Ella Peterson [5]
Julie Andrews My Fair Lady Eliza Doolittle
Ethel Merman Happy Hunting Liz Livingstone
1958
(12th)
Thelma Ritter New Girl in Town Marthy Owen [6]
Gwen Verdon Anna Christopherson
Lena Horne Jamaica Savannah
Beatrice Lillie Ziegfeld Follies of 1957 Various Characters
1959
(13th)
Gwen Verdon Redhead Essie Whimple [7]
Miyoshi Umeki Flower Drum Song Mei-Li

1960s

Year Actress Musical Role(s) Ref.
1960
(14th)
Mary Martin The Sound of Music Maria von Trapp [8]
Carol Burnett Once Upon a Mattress Princess Winnifred
Dolores Gray Destry Rides Again Frenchy
Eileen Herlie Take Me Along Lily Miller
Ethel Merman Gypsy Rose
1961
(15th)
Elizabeth Seal Irma La Douce Irma La Douce [9]
Julie Andrews Camelot Guenevere
Carol Channing Show Girl Various Characters
Nancy Walker Do Re Mi Kay Cram
1962
(16th)
Anna Maria Alberghetti Carnival! Lili Daurier [10]
Diahann Carroll No Strings Barbara Woodruff
Molly Picon Milk and Honey Clara Weiss
Elaine Stritch Sail Away Mimi Paragon
1963
(17th)
Vivien Leigh Tovarich Tatiana Petrovna [11]
Georgia Brown Oliver! Nancy
Nanette Fabray Mr. President Nell Henderson
Sally Ann Howes Brigadoon Fiona MacLaren
1964
(18th)
Carol Channing Hello, Dolly! Dolly Gallagher Levi [12]
Beatrice Lillie High Spirits Madame Arcati
Barbra Streisand Funny Girl Fanny Brice
Inga Swenson 110 in the Shade Lizzie Curry
1965
(19th)
Liza Minnelli Flora the Red Menace Flora Mezaros [13]
Elizabeth Allen Do I Hear a Waltz? Leona Samish
Nancy Dussault Bajour Emily Kirsten
Inga Swenson Baker Street Irene Adler
1966
(20th)
Angela Lansbury Mame Mame Dennis [14]
Barbara Harris On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Daisy Gamble / Melinda Wells
Julie Harris Skyscraper Georgina Allerton
Gwen Verdon Sweet Charity Charity Hope Valentine
1967
(21st)
Barbara Harris The Apple Tree Eve / Princess Barbara / Ella and Passionella [15]
Lotte Lenya Cabaret Fraulein Schneider
Mary Martin I Do! I Do! She (Agnes)
Louise Troy Walking Happy Maggie Hobson
1968
(22nd)
Patricia Routledge Darling of the Day Alice Challice [16]
Leslie Uggams Hallelujah, Baby! Georgina
Melina Mercouri Illya Darling Illya
Brenda Vaccaro How Now, Dow Jones Cynthia Pike
1969
(23rd)
Angela Lansbury Dear World Countess Aurelia [17]
Maria Karnilova Zorba Madame Hortense
Dorothy Loudon The Fig Leaves Are Falling Lillian Stone
Jill O'Hara Promises, Promises Fran Kubelik

1970s

Year Actress Musical Role (s) Ref.
1970
(24th)
Lauren Bacall Applause Margo Channing [18]
Katharine Hepburn Coco Coco Chanel
Dilys Watling Georgy Georgina "Georgy" Parkin
1971
(25th)
Helen Gallagher No, No, Nanette Lucille Early [19]
Susan Browning Company April
Sandy Duncan The Boy Friend Maisie
Elaine Stritch Company Joanne
1972
(26th)
Alexis Smith Follies Phyllis Rogers Stone [20]
Jonelle Allen Two Gentlemen of Verona Silvia
Dorothy Collins Follies Sally Durant Plummer
Mildred Natwick 70, Girls, 70 Ida Dodd
1973
(27th)
Glynis Johns A Little Night Music Desiree Armfeldt [21]
Leland Palmer Pippin Fastrada
Debbie Reynolds Irene Irene O'Dare
Marcia Rodd Shelter Maud
1974
(28th)
Virginia Capers Raisin Lena Younger [22]
Carol Channing Lorelei Lorelei Lee
Michele Lee Seesaw Gittel Mosca
1975
(29th)
Angela Lansbury Gypsy Rose [23]
Lola Falana Doctor Jazz Edna Mae Sheridan
Bernadette Peters Mack & Mabel Mabel Normand
Ann Reinking Goodtime Charley Joan of Arc
1976
(30th)
Donna McKechnie A Chorus Line Cassie Ferguson [24]
Vivian Reed Bubbling Brown Sugar Marsha / Young Irene
Chita Rivera Chicago Velma Kelly
Gwen Verdon Roxie Hart
1977
(31st)
Dorothy Loudon Annie Miss Hannigan [25]
Clamma Dale Porgy and Bess Bess
Ernestine Jackson Guys and Dolls Sarah Brown
Andrea McArdle Annie Annie
1978
(32nd)
Liza Minnelli The Act Michelle Craig [26]
Madeline Kahn On the Twentieth Century Lily Garland / Mildred Plotka
Eartha Kitt Timbuktu! Shaleem La Lume
Frances Sternhagen Angel Eliza Gant
1979
(33rd)
Angela Lansbury Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Mrs. Lovett [27]
Tovah Feldshuh Saravá Dona Flor
Dorothy Loudon Ballroom Bea Asher
Alexis Smith Platinum Lila Halliday

1980s

Year Actress Musical Role(s) Ref.
1980
(34th)
Patti LuPone Evita Eva Perón [28]
Christine Andreas Oklahoma! Laurey Williams
Sandy Duncan Peter Pan Peter Pan
Ann Miller Sugar Babies Ann
1981
(35th)
Lauren Bacall Woman of the Year Tess Harding [29]
Meg Bussert Brigadoon Fiona MacLaren
Chita Rivera Bring Back Birdie Rosie Alvarez
Linda Ronstadt The Pirates of Penzance Mabel
1982
(36th)
Jennifer Holliday Dreamgirls Effie White [30]
Lisa Mordente Marlowe Emelia Bossano
Mary Gordon Murray Little Me Maybelle Schlumpfert / Belle Poitrine
Sheryl Lee Ralph Dreamgirls Deena Jones
1983
(37th)
Natalia Makarova On Your Toes Vera Barnova [31]
Lonette McKee Show Boat Julie La Verne
Chita Rivera Merlin The Queen
Twiggy My One and Only Edith Herbert
1984
(38th)
Chita Rivera The Rink Anna [32]
Rhetta Hughes Amen Corner Sister Margaret Alexander
Liza Minnelli The Rink Angel
Bernadette Peters Sunday in the Park with George Dot / Marie
1985
(39th)
Not awarded[note 1] [33]
1986
(40th)
Bernadette Peters Song and Dance Emma [34]
Debbie Allen Sweet Charity Charity Hope Valentine
Cleo Laine The Mystery of Edwin Drood Angela Prysock / The Princess Puffer
Chita Rivera Jerry's Girls Various Characters
1987
(41st)
Maryann Plunkett Me and My Girl Sally Smith [35]
Catherine Cox Oh, Coward! Various Characters
Teresa Stratas Rags Rebecca Hershkowitz
1988
(42nd)
Joanna Gleason Into the Woods The Baker's Wife [36]
Alison Fraser Romance/Romance Josefine Weninger / Monica
Judy Kuhn Chess Florence Vassy
Patti LuPone Anything Goes Reno Sweeney
1989
(43rd)
Ruth Brown Black and Blue Various Characters [37]
Charlotte d'Amboise Jerome Robbins' Broadway Anita / Peter Pan / Company
Linda Hopkins Black and Blue Various Characters
Sharon McNight Starmites Diva / Mother

1990s

Year Actress Musical Role(s) Ref.
1990
(44th)
Tyne Daly Gypsy Rose [38]
Georgia Brown The Threepenny Opera Celia Peachum
Beth Fowler Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Mrs. Lovett
Liliane Montevecchi Grand Hotel Elizaveta Grushinskaya
1991
(45th)
Lea Salonga Miss Saigon Kim [39]
June Angela Shōgun: The Musical Lady Mariko
Dee Hoty The Will Rogers Follies Betty Blake
Cathy Rigby Peter Pan Peter Pan
1992
(46th)
Faith Prince Guys and Dolls Miss Adelaide [40]
Jodi Benson Crazy for You Polly Baker
Josie de Guzman Guys and Dolls Sarah Brown
Sophie Hayden The Most Happy Fella Rosabella
1993
(47th)
Chita Rivera Kiss of the Spider Woman Aurora / Spider Woman [41]
Ann Crumb Anna Karenina Anna Karenina
Stephanie Lawrence Blood Brothers Mrs. Johnstone
Bernadette Peters The Goodbye Girl Paula McFadden
1994
(48th)
Donna Murphy Passion Fosca [42]
Susan Egan Beauty and the Beast Belle
Dee Hoty The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public Mona Stangley
Judy Kuhn She Loves Me Amalia Balash
1995
(49th)
Glenn Close Sunset Boulevard Norma Desmond [43]
Rebecca Luker Show Boat Magnolia Hawks
1996
(50th)
Donna Murphy The King and I Anna Leonowens [44]
Julie Andrews (nomination declined)[45] Victor/Victoria Victoria Grant / Count Victor Grazinski
Crista Moore Big: The Musical Susan Lawrence
Daphne Rubin-Vega Rent Mimi Marquez
1997
(51st)
Bebe Neuwirth Chicago Velma Kelly [46]
Pamela Isaacs The Life Queen
Tonya Pinkins Play On Lady Liv
Karen Ziemba Steel Pier Rita Racine
1998
(52nd)
Natasha Richardson Cabaret Sally Bowles [47]
Betty Buckley Triumph of Love Hesione
Marin Mazzie Ragtime Mother
Alice Ripley & Emily Skinner Side Show Violet and Daisy Hilton
1999
(53rd)
Bernadette Peters Annie Get Your Gun Annie Oakley [48]
Carolee Carmello Parade Lucille Frank
Dee Hoty Footloose Vi Moore
Siân Phillips Marlene Marlene Dietrich

2000s

Year Actress Musical Role(s) Ref.
2000
(54th)
Heather Headley Aida Aida [49]
Toni Collette The Wild Party Queenie
Rebecca Luker The Music Man Marian Paroo
Marin Mazzie Kiss Me, Kate Lilli Vanessi / Katharine
Audra McDonald Marie Christine Marie Christine L'Adrese
2001
(55th)
Christine Ebersole 42nd Street Dorothy Brock [50]
Blythe Danner Follies Phyllis Rogers Stone
Randy Graff A Class Act Sophie
Faith Prince Bells Are Ringing Ella Peterson
Marla Schaffel Jane Eyre Jane Eyre
2002
(56th)
Sutton Foster Thoroughly Modern Millie Millie Dillmount [51]
Louise Pitre Mamma Mia! Donna Sheridan
Nancy Opel Urinetown Penelope Pennywise
Jennifer Laura Thompson Hope Cladwell
Vanessa Williams Into the Woods The Witch
2003
(57th)
Marissa Jaret Winokur Hairspray Tracy Turnblad [52]
Melissa Errico Amour Isabella
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio Man of La Mancha Aldonza / Dulcinea
Elizabeth Parkinson Movin' Out Brenda
Bernadette Peters Gypsy Rose
2004
(58th)
Idina Menzel Wicked Elphaba [53]
Kristin Chenoweth Wicked Glinda
Stephanie D'Abruzzo Avenue Q Kate Monster / Lucy the Slut / Company
Donna Murphy Wonderful Town Ruth Sherwood
Tonya Pinkins Caroline, or Change Caroline Thibodeaux
2005
(59th)
Victoria Clark The Light in the Piazza Margaret Johnson [54]
Christina Applegate Sweet Charity Charity Hope Valentine
Erin Dilly Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Truly Scrumptious
Sutton Foster Little Women Josephine 'Jo' March
Sherie Rene Scott Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Christine Colgate
2006
(60th)
LaChanze The Color Purple Celie Harris Johnson [55]
Sutton Foster The Drowsy Chaperone Janet Van De Graaff
Patti LuPone Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Mrs. Lovett
Kelli O'Hara The Pajama Game Catherine 'Babe' Williams
Chita Rivera Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life Chita Rivera
2007
(61st)
Christine Ebersole Grey Gardens 'Little Edie' Beale [56]
Laura Bell Bundy Legally Blonde Elle Woods
Audra McDonald 110 in the Shade Lizzie Curry
Debra Monk Curtains Carmen Bernstein
Donna Murphy LoveMusik Lotte Lenya
2008
(62nd)
Patti LuPone Gypsy Rose [57]
Kerry Butler Xanadu Kira / Clio
Kelli O'Hara South Pacific Ensign Nellie Forbush
Faith Prince A Catered Affair Agnes 'Aggie' Hurley
Jenna Russell Sunday in the Park with George Dot / Marie
2009
(63rd)
Alice Ripley Next to Normal Diana Goodman [58]
Stockard Channing Pal Joey Vera Simpson
Sutton Foster Shrek the Musical Princess Fiona
Allison Janney 9 to 5 Violet Newstead
Josefina Scaglione West Side Story Maria

2010s

Year Actress Musical Role(s) Ref.
2010
(64th)
Catherine Zeta-Jones A Little Night Music Desiree Armfeldt [59]
Kate Baldwin Finian's Rainbow Sharon McLonergan
Montego Glover Memphis Felicia Farrell
Christiane Noll Ragtime Mother
Sherie Rene Scott Everyday Rapture Sherie Rene Scott
2011
(65th)
Sutton Foster Anything Goes Reno Sweeney [60]
Beth Leavel Baby It's You! Florence Greenberg
Patina Miller Sister Act Deloris Van Cartier
Donna Murphy The People in the Picture Bubbie / Raisel
2012
(66th)
Audra McDonald Porgy and Bess Bess [61]
Jan Maxwell Follies Phyllis Rogers Stone
Cristin Milioti Once Girl
Kelli O'Hara Nice Work If You Can Get It Billie Bendix
Laura Osnes Bonnie and Clyde Bonnie Parker
2013
(67th)
Patina Miller Pippin The Leading Player [62]
Stephanie J. Block The Mystery of Edwin Drood Edwin Drood / Miss Alice Nutting
Carolee Carmello Scandalous Aimee Semple McPherson
Valisia LeKae Motown: The Musical Diana Ross
Laura Osnes Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella Ella
2014
(68th)
Jessie Mueller Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Carole King [63]
Mary Bridget Davies A Night with Janis Joplin Janis Joplin
Sutton Foster Violet Violet Karl
Idina Menzel If/Then Elizabeth Vaughan
Kelli O'Hara The Bridges of Madison County Francesca Johnson
2015
(69th)
Kelli O'Hara The King and I Anna Leonowens [64]
Kristin Chenoweth On the Twentieth Century Lily Garland / Mildred Plotka
Leanne Cope An American in Paris Lise Dassin
Beth Malone Fun Home Alison Bechdel
Chita Rivera The Visit Claire Zachanassian
2016
(70th)
Cynthia Erivo The Color Purple Celie Harris Johnson [65]
Laura Benanti She Loves Me Amalia Balash
Carmen Cusack Bright Star Alice Murphy
Jessie Mueller Waitress Jenna Hunterson
Phillipa Soo Hamilton Eliza Hamilton
2017
(71st)
Bette Midler Hello, Dolly! Dolly Gallagher Levi [66]
Denée Benton Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 Natasha Rostova
Christine Ebersole War Paint Elizabeth Arden
Patti LuPone Helena Rubinstein
Eva Noblezada Miss Saigon Kim
2018
(72nd)
Katrina Lenk The Band's Visit Dina [67]
Lauren Ambrose My Fair Lady Eliza Doolittle
Hailey Kilgore Once on This Island Ti Moune
LaChanze Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Diva Donna / Mary Gaines
Taylor Louderman Mean Girls Regina George
Jessie Mueller Carousel Julie Jordan
2019
(73rd)
Stephanie J. Block The Cher Show Star [68]
Caitlin Kinnunen The Prom Emma Nolan
Beth Leavel Dee Dee Allen
Eva Noblezada Hadestown Eurydice
Kelli O'Hara Kiss Me, Kate Lilli Vanessi / Katharine

2020s

Year Actress Musical Role(s) Ref.
2020
(74th)
Adrienne Warren Tina Tina Turner [69]
Karen Olivo Moulin Rouge! Satine
Elizabeth Stanley Jagged Little Pill Mary Jane Healy
2022
(75th)
Joaquina Kalukango Paradise Square Annabelle "Nelly" Freeman [70]
Sharon D. Clarke Caroline, or Change Caroline Thibodeaux
Carmen Cusack Flying Over Sunset Clare Boothe Luce
Sutton Foster The Music Man Marian Paroo
Mare Winningham Girl from the North Country Elizabeth Laine
2023
(76th)
Victoria Clark Kimberly Akimbo Kimberly Levaco [71]
Annaleigh Ashford Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Mrs. Lovett
Sara Bareilles Into the Woods The Baker's Wife
Lorna Courtney & Juliet Juliet
Micaela Diamond Parade Lucille Frank
2024
(77th)
Maleah Joi Moon Hell's Kitchen Ali [72]
Eden Espinosa Lempicka Tamara de Lempicka
Kelli O'Hara Days of Wine and Roses Kirsten Arnesen-Clay
Maryann Plunkett The Notebook Allison "Allie" Calhoun (older)
Gayle Rankin Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club Sally Bowles

Notes

  1. ^ The category was not given due to an insufficient number of musicals during the season.

Statistics

Most wins

Most nominations

Character win total

3 wins
2 wins

Character nomination total

5 nominations
4 nominations
3 nominations
2 nominations

Characters nominated for both the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play and the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical

Productions with multiple nominations

boldface=winner

Multiple awards and nominations

Actresses who have been nominated multiple times in any acting categories
Awards Nominations Recipient
6 10 Audra McDonald
5 10 Julie Harris
7 Angela Lansbury
4 6 Gwen Verdon
4 Zoe Caldwell
3 8 Patti LuPone
5 Irene Worth
Jessica Tandy
4 Glenn Close
Mary Martin
3 Shirley Booth
2 10 Chita Rivera
8 Colleen Dewhurst
7 Bernadette Peters
Frances Sternhagen
Sutton Foster
6 Andrea Martin
Laurie Metcalf
Maureen Stapleton
5 Victoria Clark
Cherry Jones
Donna Murphy
Mary-Louise Parker
Swoosie Kurtz
4 Christine Ebersole
Cynthia Nixon
Judith Ivey
Judy Kaye
Margaret Leighton
3 Anne Bancroft
Bebe Neuwirth
Helen Gallagher
Helen Hayes
Jennifer Ehle
Judith Light
Liza Minnelli
Phylicia Rashad
Viola Davis
2 Christine Baranski
Katie Finneran
Lauren Bacall
Sandy Dennis
Tammy Grimes
Uta Hagen
1 9 Rosemary Harris
8 Jane Alexander
Stockard Channing
7 Kelli O'Hara
6 Linda Lavin
5 Celia Keenan-Bolger
Glenda Jackson
Jayne Houdyshell
Laura Benanti
Marian Seldes
4 Blythe Danner
Carol Channing
Carole Shelley
Debra Monk
Diana Rigg
Faith Prince
Jessie Mueller
Julie White
Karen Ziemba
LaChanze
Madeline Kahn
3 Amanda Plummer
Annaleigh Ashford
Barbara Harris
Beth Leavel
Dorothy Loudon
Elizabeth Ashley
Elizabeth Franz
Ethel Merman
Helen Mirren
Idina Menzel
Jane Krakowski
Janet McTeer
Joanna Gleason
Kristin Chenoweth
Lois Smith
Maggie Smith
Mercedes Ruehl
Rae Allen
Stephanie J. Block
Tonya Pinkins
Tyne Daly
Vanessa Redgrave
2 Adriane Lenox
Adrienne Warren
Alexis Smith
Alice Ghostly
Alice Ripley
Anika Noni Rose
Anna Manahan
Barbara Cook
Betty Buckley
Cady Huffman
Dolores Gray
Frances McDormand
Gretha Boston
Jessica Lange
Jo Van Fleet
Joan Allen
Joaquina Kalukango
Judith Anderson
Karen Olivo
Leora Dana
Leslie Uggams
Liliane Montevecchi
Lillias White
Linda Hopkins
Lindsay Duncan
Lindsay Mendez
Lotte Lenya
Lynne Thigpen
Marcia Gay Harden
Margaret Tyzack
Maria Karnilova
Mary Alice
Maryann Plunkett
Mary Louise Wilson
Nanette Fabray
Natasha Richardson
Nikki M. James
Nina Arianda
Patina Miller
Patricia Elliott
Patsy Kelly
Phyllis Newman
Priscilla Lopez
Randy Graff
Rosalind Russell
Ruthie Ann Miles
Shirley Knight
Sophie Okonedo
Nominations Recipient
5 Dana Ivey
Laura Linney
Estelle Parsons
Jan Maxwell
4 Condola Rashad
Eileen Atkins
Elaine Stritch
Geraldine Page
Judy Kuhn
Kate Nelligan
Tovah Feldshuh
Zoë Wanamaker
3 Amy Ryan
Brenda Vaccaro
Carolee Carmello
Dee Hoty
Eileen Heckart
Julie Andrews
Kara Young
Kate Burton
Linda Emond
Louise Troy
Lynn Redgrave
Marin Mazzie
Martha Plimpton
Mary Beth Hurt
Mary Testa
Rebecca Luker
Rosemary Murphy
Sandy Duncan
2 Alison Fraser
Allison Janney
Amy Morton
Ann Reinking
Anne Pitoniak
Annette Bening
Barbara Bel Geddes
Barbra Streisand
Beatrice Lillie
Beth Fowler
Carmen Cusack
Carol Burnett
Charlotte d'Amboise
Charlotte Rae
Christine Andreas
Claudia McNeil
Crista Moore
Daphne Rubin-Vega
Debbie Allen
Diana Sands
Eartha Kitt
Elizabeth Allen
Ernestine Jackson
Eva Noblezada
Eve Best
Fionnula Flanagan
Georgia Brown
Gladys Cooper
Inga Swenson
Jane Fonda
Jayne Atkinson
Jennifer Simard
Jessica Hecht
Johanna Day
Josephine Premice
Josie de Guzman
Julienne Marie
Kate Baldwin
Kate Reid
Katharine Hepburn
Kathleen Turner
Kim Stanley
Kristine Nielsen
Laura Osnes
Leland Palmer
Liv Ullmann
Marcia Lewis
Mare Winningham
Mary Beth Peil
Michele Lee
Mildred Natwick
Millicent Martin
Nancy Dussault
Nancy Walker
Penny Fuller
Pert Kelton
Ruth Wilson
S. Epatha Merkerson
Sarah Stiles
Sherie Rene Scott
Shoshana Bean
Sinéad Cusack
Siobhán McKenna
Spencer Kayden
Susan Browning
Tammy Blanchard
Vivian Reed
Zohra Lampert

See also

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