Cosmique Movie Awards
Lifetime Achievement Hall of Fame
Best Actresses of All Time

Katharine Hepburn

  Katharine Hepburn (1956)          
Birth: May 12, 1907 (Hartford, Connecticut)

Selected Awards and Honors
  • Four Academy Awards (twelve nominations)
  • Two BAFTA Awards (five nominations)
  • Emmy Award (five nominations)
  • Four Golden Globe nominations
  • Screen Actors Guild Awards - Lifetime Achievement
  • Two Golden Laurel Awards (four nominations)
  • Two People's Choice Awards
  • American Comedy Awards - Lifetime Achievement (1989)
  • Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year (1958)


Katharine Hepburn was inducted into the Cosmique Movie Awards' Hall of Fame at the first annual awards ceremony in 2001 when she was named Best Actress of All Time. That same year, she was also nominated for best individual performance of all time for her portrayal of Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Lion in Winter (narrowly losing to Rosalind Russell for Auntie Mame).

Cosmique Movie Awards

Other Cosmique Movie Nominations

Selected Filmography

Home   |   News   |   Voting Process   |   Hall of Fame   |   History   |   Actors A-Z   |   Films A-Z   |   Discussion
2003 Awards  |   2002 Awards   |   2001 Awards   |   First Awards