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“Woo,” she said. “I’ve never won anything like this.”

Elisabeth Moss gets a lot of publicity for her work on “Mad Men,” but won a Golden Globe as best actress in a miniseries for playing a detective investigating the disappearance of a pregnant girl in the Sundance Channel miniseries, “Top of the Lake.”

Like movie winner Jennifer Lawrence before her, Moss was visibly trembling as she accepted her trophy.

Veteran actress Jacqueline Bisset, a five-time nominee who won her first Golden Globe, savored the moment in getting a best supporting actress trophy. She played Lady Cremone in the BBC production of “Dancing on the Edge,” shown on Starz.

Her acceptance was punctuated by silence, she kept talking when the music tried to usher her offstage and even forced the censor to press the “bleep” button after she uttered a profanity.

“I’m going to get this together,” she said. “I want to thank the people who have given me joy, and there have been many. And the people who have given me (profanity), I say it like my mother - what did she say? She used to say, ‘Go to hell, and don’t come back.’”

There was no profanity from Voight, another Hollywood veteran. He had been to the stage before. His supporting actor honor for his work in Showtime’s “Ray Donovan” was his fourth Golden Globe.

“I’m truly humbled to be among my talented peers,” he said.