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The Extra List: Meryl Streep's Awards

Nominated for an Oscar for her outstanding performance in "The Iron Lady," accomplished actress Meryl Streep is no stranger to receiving nominations and awards.

Streep, whose thriving career in Hollywood has spanned more than three decades, has received an incredible 78 nominations for the industry's most prestigious awards, including the Academy Awards, BAFTAs and Golden Globes.

Streep currently holds the record for the most Golden Globe Award nominations, and the most Golden Globe wins. Read on for the tally of Streep's honors!

Meryl Streep's Awards

Academy Awards

Gifted actress Meryl Streep is nominated for her role in "The Iron Lady," but this Oscar-worthy star already has two under her belt and a whopping 17 nominations.Streep won in 1979 for "Kramer vs. Kramer" and in 1982 for "Sophie's Choice."

BAFTA Awards

Streep took home a BAFTA Award for her 1981 film, "The French Lieutenant's Woman."The actress has a total of 14 BAFTA nominations.

Primetime Emmy Awards

In 1978, Meryl snagged an Emmy for her work in "Holocaust," and again in 2004 for "Angels in America."Meryl has been nominated three times for a Primetime Emmy.

Golden Globes

The Golden Globes love Meryl Streep!Here are the roles for which she won:1979 - "Kramer vs. Kramer" Best Supporting Actress1981 - "The French Lieutenant's Woman" Best Actress1982 - "Sophie's Choice" Best Actress2002 - "Adaptation" Best Supporting Actress2003 - "Angels in America" Best Actress (TV)2004 - "The Manchurian Candidate" Best Supporting Actress2006 - "The Devil Wears Prada" Best Actress2009 - "Julie & Julia" Best Actress2011 - "The Iron Lady" Best ActressMeryl has been nominated a total of 26 times for a Golden Globe!In her acceptance speech at the 2012 Golden Globes, Streep said, "I would like to thank everyone in England who let me come over there and trample over their history."

SAG Awards

Meryl won her first SAG Award in 2003 for "Angels in America" and in 2008 for "Doubt."She has a total of 13 SAG nominations!After winning for "Doubt," the actress took to the stage and said, "Really, really, really shocked and really happy," and joked, "even though awards mean nothing to me anymore..."