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Video Archive: Award Shows


  • January 28, 1989   |   4753 views
    January 28, 1989. Meryl was nominated for "A Cry in the Dark" alongside Christine Lathi. There was a three-way tie in this category for Jodie Foster, Sigourney Weaver and Shirley MacLaine.
  • April 11, 1988   |   4922 views
    April 11, 1988. Meryl was nominated as Best Actress for "Ironweed" alongside Glenn Close, Holly Hunter and Sally Kirkland. The Oscar went to Cher, who thanked Meryl in her speech.
  • March 17, 1987   |   4122 views
    March 17, 1987. Meryl Streep won Favorite Motion Picture Actress. She accepted the award, presented by actress Lynn Redgrave, on the set of "Ironweed".
  • March 24, 1986   |   4553 views
    March 24, 1986. Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress for "Out of Africa" alongside Anne Bancroft, Jessica Lange and Whoopi Goldberg. The Oscar went to Geraldine Page.
  • March 11, 1986   |   5239 views
    March 11, 1986. Meryl Streep won two People's Choice Awards - Favorite Motion Picture Actress and Favorite Female Entertainer, for "Out Of Africa".
  • March 1, 1986   |   996 views
    March 01, 1986. Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress for "Out of Africa" alongside Anne Bancroft, Whoopie Golberg and Kathleen Turner. The award went to Cher for "Mask".
  • March 12, 1985   |   4885 views
    March 12, 1985. Meryl Streep won Favorite Motion Picture Actress. She accepted the award on the set of "Out Of Africa".
  • April 9, 1984   |   4482 views
    April 09, 1984. Meryl was nominated as Best Actress for "Silkwood" alongside Jane Alexander, Julie Walters and Debra Winger. The Oscar went to Shirley MacLaine.
  • March 15, 1984   |   4438 views
    March 15, 1984. Meryl Streep won Favorite Motion Picture Actress. She accepted the award on the set of "Falling in Love".
  • March 1, 1984   |   4215 views
    1984. Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress for "Sophie's Choice" alongside Phyllis Logan and Jessica Lange. The BAFTA went to Julie Walters.

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