Golden Globes: Jacqueline Bisset wins Supporting TV Actress
Jacqueline Bisset of "Dancing on the Edge" has won the 2014 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, marking her first win and fifth nomination.
The winners were announced at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California on Jan. 12. Bisset beat nominees Janet McTeer of "The White Queen," Monica Potter of "Parenthood," Sofia Vergara of "Modern Family" and Hayden Panettiere of "Nashville."
The 69-year-old actress appeared nervous and uttered an expletive during her acceptance speech, which made it past NBC's censors.
"I want to thank the people who've given me joy and there have been many," she said. "I say it like my mother ... she used to say 'Go to Hell and don't come back.'"
"I believe, if you want to look good, you have to forgive everybody. You have to forgive everybody," she added. "It's the best beauty treatment. Forgiveness for yourself and for the others. I love my friends. I love my family."
Hours earlier, Bisset talked to OTRC.com on the red carpet and talked about drinking wine at the Golden Globes. (Watch video above)
"Dancing on the Edge" is a BBC television miniseries about a black jazz band on the rise to stardom in London during the early 1930s. The band members become entangled in a murder conspiracy. The series aired in the United States on the Starz network. Bisset played Lady Lavinia Cremone, an influential and wealthy woman. The miniseries also starred Golden Globe nominee and "12 Years A Slave" star Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Bisset has been nominated for a total of five Golden Globes including a nod in 1979 for Best Actress -- Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for her role in the film "Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?" She was also nominated in 1985 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for her role in "Under the Volcano" and again in 2000 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV for her role in "Joan of Arc."
The actress is also known for her roles in films like " Bullitt," "Day for Night" and "The Deep."