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BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role facts for kids

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role is a British Academy Film award presented each year by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). It is to recognize an actress who has delivered an outstanding supporting performance in a movie. Actors of all nationalities can receive the award.

Winners and nominees


  • 1968Billie WhitelawCharlie Bubbles as Lottie Bubbles and Twisted Nerve as Joan Harper
    • Pat Heywood – Romeo and Juliet
    • Virginia Maskell – Interlude
    • Simone SignoretGames
  • 1969Celia JohnsonThe Prime of Miss Jean Brodie as Miss Mackay
    • Peggy Ashcroft – Three Into Two Wont Go
    • Pamela Franklin – The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
    • Mary Wimbush – Oh What a Lovely War


  • 1971Margaret LeightonThe Go-Between as Mrs. Maudsley
    • Jane Asher – Deep End
    • Georgia Brown – The Raging Moon
    • Georgia EngelTaking Off
  • 1973Valentina CorteseDay for Night as Severine
    • Rosemary LeachThat'll Be the Day
    • Delphine Seyrig – The Day of the Jackal
    • Ingrid Thulin – Cries and Whispers
  • 1975Diane LaddAlice Doesn't Live Here Anymore as Flo
    • Ronee Blakely – Nashville as Bobbie Jean
    • Lelia Goldoni – Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
    • Gwen Welles – Nashville
  • 1979Rachel RobertsYanks as Mrs. Clarrie Moreton



  • 1991Kate NelliganFrankie and Johnny as Cora



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