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NBC, Paul Drinkwater, Associated Press
In this image released by NBC, Kelsey Grammer accepts the Best Actor in a TV Series Drama for his role in "Boss," during the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012 in Los Angeles.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Kelsey Grammer, Showtime's "Homeland" and movie actresses who turned to TV work are big winners at the Golden Globes.

Grammer, whose role in TV was as the pompous psychiatrist Frasier Crane for many years on NBC, has turned the page. He won a Golden Globe Sunday night for best actor in a TV drama for his role as a powerful Chicago mayor in Starz's "Boss."

"Homeland" won for best TV drama in its first year, and Claire Danes, who plays a CIA agent in the series, was named best actress in a TV drama.

Longtime movie stars Jessica Lange, Kate Winslet and Laura Dern won for their TV work Sunday.