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Golden Globes: Jessica Lange wins for supporting actress in a series

January 15, 2012 |  6:25 pm

Jessica Lange in "American Horror Story"

Jessica Lange of "American Horror Story" won the Golden Globe award for supporting actress in a series, mini-series or motion picture made for television. Lange beat out Kelly MacDonald of "Boardwalk Empire," Maggie Smith of "Downton Abbey," Sofia Vergara of "Modern Family" and Evan Rachel Wood of "Mildred Pierce" for the award.

Lange plays intrusive neighbor Constance who, by use of her Southern charm, worms her way into the lives of her newly moved-in neighbors in the horror series on FX. This is Lange's 12th Golden Globe nomination and fifth win.

The Golden Globes are being held at the Beverly Hilton on Sunday and are being televised on NBC. 

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-- Nardine Saad
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 Photo: Jessica Lange in "American Horror Story." Credit: FX

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