Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). This Golden Globe Award honors the best performance by an actor in a drama television series. It was first awarded at the 19th Golden Globe Awards on March 5, 1962 to John Charles Daly and Bob Newhart under the title "Best TV Star – Male". In 1969, the award was presented under the new title "Best TV Actor – Drama", and its current title has been used since 1980. The nominees for the award have been announced annually since 1963.

Richard Madden is the current recipient of the award for his portrayal of Sergeant David Budd in Bodyguard. Ed Asner, John Forsythe, Jon Hamm, Hugh Laurie and Telly Savalas have won the most awards in this category, each winning twice. Peter Falk and Tom Selleck have both been nominated seven times each, for their respective roles on Columbo and Magnum, P.I..

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama
CountryUnited States
Presented byHollywood Foreign Press Association
First awardedMarch 5, 1962
Currently held byRichard Madden,
Bodyguard (2018)
Most awardsEd Asner, (2)
John Forsythe, (2)
Jon Hamm, (2)
Hugh Laurie, (2)
Telly Savalas, (2)
Most nominationsPeter Falk, (7)
Tom Selleck, (7)
Websitegoldenglobes.org

Winners and nominees

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning actor.

Best TV Star – Male

Comedian Bob Newhart
Bob Newhart tied with John Charles Daly to be the first recipient of the award.
Ben Gazarra - still
Ben Gazzara was nominated three times for his performance on Run for Your Life as Paul Bryan.
Dean Martin - publicity
Dean Martin (pictured left) won the award in 1966 and was nominated two more times for his performance on The Dean Martin Show.

1960s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1961
(19th)
John Charles Daly Award winner [1]
Bob Newhart Award winner
1962
(20th)
Richard Chamberlain Award winner James Kildare Dr. Kildare NBC [2]
1963
(21st)
Mickey Rooney Award winner Mickey Grady Mickey ABC [3]
Richard Boone Various Characters The Richard Boone Show NBC
Jackie Gleason Various Characters American Scene Magazine CBS
Lorne Greene Ben Cartwright Bonanza NBC
E.G. Marshall Lawrence Preston The Defenders CBS
1964
(22nd)
Gene Barry Award winner Amos Burke Burke's Law ABC [4]
Richard Crenna James Slattery Slattery's People CBS
James Franciscus John Novak Mr. Novak NBC
David Janssen Richard Kimble The Fugitive ABC
Robert Vaughn Napoleon Solo The Man from U.N.C.L.E. NBC
1965
(23rd)
David Janssen Award winner Richard Kimble The Fugitive ABC [5]
Ben Gazzara Paul Bryan Run for Your Life NBC
David McCallum Illya Kuryakin The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Robert Vaughn Napoleon Solo
1966
(24th)
Dean Martin Award winner Various characters The Dean Martin Show NBC [6]
Bill Cosby Alexander Scott I Spy NBC
Robert Culp Kelly Robinson
Ben Gazzara Paul Bryan Run for Your Life NBC
Christopher George Sam Troy The Rat Patrol ABC
1967
(25th)
Martin Landau Award winner Rollin Hand Mission: Impossible CBS [7]
Brendon Boone Chief Garrison's Gorillas ABC
Ben Gazzara Paul Bryan Run for Your Life NBC
Dean Martin Various characters The Dean Martin Show
Andy Williams Various characters The Andy Williams Show
1968
(26th)
Carl Betz Award winner Clinton Judd Judd, for the Defense ABC [8]
Raymond Burr Robert T. Ironside Ironside NBC
Peter Graves Jim Phelps Mission: Impossible CBS
Dean Martin Various characters The Dean Martin Show NBC
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Lewis Erskine The F.B.I. ABC
Best TV Actor – Drama
1969
(27th)
Mike Connors Award winner Joe Mannix Mannix CBS [9]
Peter Graves Jim Phelps Mission: Impossible CBS
Lloyd Haynes Pete Dixion Room 222 ABC
Robert Wagner Alexander Mundy It Takes a Thief
Robert Young Dr. Marcus Welby Marcus Welby, M.D.
Mike Connors Mannix 1968
Mike Connors won in 1970 and received five more nominations for his performance on Mannix as Joe Mannix.
Peter Graves - 1967
Peter Graves won the award in 1971 after receiving two previous nominations for his role as Jim Phelps on Mission: Impossible.
Telly Savalas Kojak 1973
Telly Savalas won the award twice for his performance on Kojak as Lt. Theo Kojak.
Columbo Peter Falk 1973
Peter Falk was nominated seven times for his performance on Columbo as Lt. Columbo, winning once in 1972.
Ed Asner by Gage Skidmore
Ed Asner won twice for his role as Lou Grant on the eponymous show.
James Garner Bret Maverick
James Garner was nominated three times for his role as Jim Rockford on The Rockford Files.

1970s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Peter Graves Award winner Jim Phelps Mission: Impossible CBS [10]
Mike Connors Joe Mannix Mannix CBS
Chad Everett Dr. Joe Gannon Medical Center
Burt Reynolds Lt. Dan August Dan August ABC
Robert Young Dr. Marcus Welby Marcus Welby, M.D.
1971
(29th)
Robert Young Award winner Dr. Marcus Welby Marcus Welby, M.D. ABC [11]
Raymond Burr Robert T. Ironside Ironside NBC
Mike Connors Joe Mannix Mannix CBS
William Conrad Frank Cannon Cannon
Peter Falk Lt. Columbo Columbo NBC
1972
(30th)
Peter Falk Award winner Lt. Columbo Columbo NBC [12]
Mike Connors Joe Mannix Mannix CBS
William Conrad Frank Cannon Cannon
Chad Everett Dr. Joe Gannon Medical Center
David Hartman Dr. Paul Hunter The Bold Ones: The New Doctors NBC
Robert Young Dr. Marcus Welby Marcus Welby, M.D. ABC
1973
(31st)
James Stewart Award winner Billy Jim Hawkins Hawkins NBC [13]
David Carradine Kwai Chang Caine Kung Fu ABC
Mike Connors Joe Mannix Mannix CBS
Peter Falk Lt. Columbo Columbo NBC
Richard Thomas John-Boy Walton The Waltons CBS
Robert Young Dr. Marcus Welby Marcus Welby, M.D. ABC
1974
(32nd)
Telly Savalas Award winner Lt. Theo Kojak Kojak CBS [14]
Mike Connors Joe Mannix Mannix CBS
Michael Douglas Steve Keller The Streets of San Francisco ABC
Peter Falk Lt. Columbo Columbo NBC
Richard Thomas John-Boy Walton The Waltons CBS
1975
(33rd)
Robert Blake Award winner Tony Baretta Baretta ABC [15]
Telly Savalas Award winner Lt. Theo Kojak Kojak CBS
Peter Falk Lt. Columbo Columbo NBC
Karl Malden Mike Stone The Streets of San Francisco ABC
Barry Newman Anthony J. Petrocelli Petrocelli NBC
1976
(34th)
Richard Jordan Award winner Joseph Armagh Captains and the Kings NBC [16]
Lee Majors Steve Austin The Six Million Dollar Man ABC
Nick Nolte Tom Jordache Rich Man, Poor Man
Telly Savalas Lt. Theo Kojak Kojak CBS
Peter Strauss Rudy Jordache Rich Man, Poor Man ABC
1977
(35th)
Ed Asner Award winner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS [17]
Robert Conrad Gregory "Pappy" Boyington Baa Baa Black Sheep NBC
Peter Falk Lt. Columbo Columbo
James Garner Jim Rockford The Rockford Files
Telly Savalas Lt. Theo Kojak Kojak CBS
1978
(36th)
Michael Moriarty Award winner Eric Dorf Holocaust NBC [18]
Ed Asner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS
James Garner Jim Rockford The Rockford Files NBC
Richard Hatch Captain Apollo Battlestar Galactica ABC
John Houseman Professor Charles W. Kingsfield, Jr The Paper Chase CBS
Michael Landon Charles Ingalls Little House on the Prairie NBC
1979
(37th)
Ed Asner Award winner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS [19]
Richard Chamberlain Alexander McKeag Centennial NBC
Erik Estrada Officer Francis Llewellyn 'Ponch' Poncherello CHiPs
James Garner Jim Rockford The Rockford Files
John Houseman Professor Charles W. Kingsfield, Jr The Paper Chase CBS
Martin Sheen John Dean Blind Ambition
Robert Urich Dan Tanna Vega$ ABC
Robert Wagner Jonathan Hart Hart to Hart

Best Actor – Television Series Drama

Richard Chamberlain DF-ST-83-03559
Richard Chamberlain won in 1981 for his role as John Blackthorne on the miniseries Shōgun.
Tom Selleck 2010
Tom Selleck received seven nominations for his performance on Magnum, P.I. as Thomas Magnum, winning once, tying with Peter Falk for having the most nominations in the category.
Ron Perlman by Gage Skidmore 3
Ron Perlman won in 1988 for his performance on Beauty and the Beast as Vincent.
Carrol O'Connor as Archie Bunker
Carroll O'Connor was nominated five times for his role as Bill Gillespie on In the Heat of the Night.
Kyle McLachlan Cannes 2017 2
Kyle MacLachlan won in 1991 for his performance on Twin Peaks as Dale Cooper.
James Earl Jones (8516667383)
James Earl Jones was nominated twice for his performance on Gabriel's Fire as Gabriel Bird.
David Caruso waiting
David Caruso, winning in 1994, was one of three actors from NYPD Blue who won the award, with Dennis Franz and Jimmy Smits winning in the respective following years.
George Clooney 2016
George Clooney received three nominations for his portrayal of Doug Ross on ER.
James Gandolfini in Kuwait City 2010 (cropped)
James Gandolfini won in 2000 and received three more nominations for his performance on The Sopranos as Tony Soprano.
Sheen, Martin (2008)
Martin Sheen won in 2001 and received four more nominations for his role as Josiah Bartlet on The West Wing.
Michael Chiklis at PaleyFest 2014
Michael Chiklis won once out of his three nominations for his performance on The Shield as Vic Mackey.
Jon Hamm at PaleyFest 2014
Jon Hamm won in 2008 and 2016 for his role as Don Draper on Mad Men.
Michael C. Hall 2011
Michael C. Hall won in 2010 and received four other nominations for his performance on Dexter as Dexter Morgan.
Hugh Laurie Actors Guild
Hugh Laurie won twice out of his six nominations for his performance on House as Gregory House.
Bryan Cranston by Gage Skidmore 2
Bryan Cranston won in 2014 after receiving three previous nominations for his performance on Breaking Bad as Walter White.

1980s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Richard Chamberlain Award winner John Blackthorne Shōgun NBC [20]
Ed Asner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS
Larry Hagman J. R. Ewing Dallas
Robert Urich Dan Tanna Vega$ ABC
Robert Wagner Jonathan Hart Hart to Hart
1981
(39th)
Daniel J. Travanti Award winner Capt. Frank Furillo Hill Street Blues NBC [21]
Ed Asner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS
John Forsythe Blake Carrington Dynasty ABC
Larry Hagman J. R. Ewing Dallas CBS
Tom Selleck Thomas Magnum Magnum, P.I.
1982
(40th)
John Forsythe Award winner Blake Carrington Dynasty ABC [22]
Larry Hagman J. R. Ewing Dallas CBS
Tom Selleck Thomas Magnum Magnum, P.I.
Daniel J. Travanti Capt. Frank Furillo Hill Street Blues NBC
Robert Wagner Jonathan Hart Hart to Hart ABC
1983
(41st)
John Forsythe Award winner Blake Carrington Dynasty ABC [23]
James Brolin Peter McDermott Hotel ABC
Tom Selleck Thomas Magnum Magnum, P.I. CBS
Daniel J. Travanti Capt. Frank Furillo Hill Street Blues NBC
Robert Wagner Jonathan Hart Hart to Hart ABC
1984
(42nd)
Tom Selleck Award winner Thomas Magnum Magnum, P.I. CBS [24]
James Brolin Peter McDermott Hotel ABC
John Forsythe Blake Carrington Dynasty
Larry Hagman J. R. Ewing Dallas CBS
Stacy Keach Mike Hammer Mike Hammer
Daniel J. Travanti Capt. Frank Furillo Hill Street Blues NBC
1985
(43rd)
Don Johnson Award winner Sonny Crockett Miami Vice NBC [25]
John Forsythe Blake Carrington Dynasty ABC
Tom Selleck Thomas Magnum Magnum, P.I. CBS
Philip Michael Thomas Ricardo Tubbs Miami Vice NBC
Daniel J. Travanti Capt. Frank Furillo Hill Street Blues
1986
(44th)
Edward Woodward Award winner Robert McCall The Equalizer CBS [26]
William Devane Greg Sumner Knots Landing CBS
John Forsythe Blake Carrington Dynasty ABC
Don Johnson Sonny Crockett Miami Vice NBC
Tom Selleck Thomas Magnum Magnum, P.I. CBS
1987
(45th)
Richard Kiley Award winner Joe Gardner A Year in the Life NBC [27]
Harry Hamlin Michael Kuzak L.A. Law NBC
Tom Selleck Thomas Magnum Magnum, P.I. CBS
Michael Tucker Stuart Markowitz L.A. Law NBC
Edward Woodward Robert McCall The Equalizer CBS
1988
(46th)
Ron Perlman Award winner Vincent Beauty and the Beast CBS [28]
Corbin Bernsen Arnie Becker L.A. Law NBC
Harry Hamlin Michael Kuzak
Carroll O'Connor Chief Bill Gillespie In the Heat of the Night
Ken Wahl Vinnie Terranova Wiseguy CBS
1989
(47th)
Ken Wahl Award winner Vinnie Terranova Wiseguy CBS [29]
Corbin Bernsen Arnie Becker L.A. Law NBC
Harry Hamlin Michael Kuzak
Carroll O'Connor Chief Bill Gillespie In the Heat of the Night
Ken Olin Michael Steadman thirtysomething ABC

1990s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Kyle MacLachlan Award winner Dale Cooper Twin Peaks ABC [30]
Scott Bakula Sam Beckett Quantum Leap NBC
Peter Falk Lt. Columbo Columbo ABC
James Earl Jones Gabriel Bird Gabriel's Fire
Carroll O'Connor Chief Bill Gillespie In the Heat of the Night NBC
1991
(49th)
Scott Bakula Award winner Sam Beckett Quantum Leap NBC [31]
Mark Harmon Dickie Cobb Reasonable Doubts NBC
James Earl Jones Gabriel Bird Gabriel's Fire ABC
Rob Morrow Joel Fleischman Northern Exposure CBS
Carroll O'Connor Chief Bill Gillespie In the Heat of the Night NBC
Sam Waterston Forrest Bedford I'll Fly Away
1992
(50th)
Sam Waterston Award winner Forrest Bedford I'll Fly Away NBC [32]
Scott Bakula Sam Beckett Quantum Leap NBC
Mark Harmon Dickie Cobb Reasonable Doubts
Rob Morrow Joel Fleischman Northern Exposure CBS
Jason Priestley Brandon Walsh Beverly Hills, 90210 Fox
1993
(51st)
David Caruso Award winner John Kelly NYPD Blue ABC [33]
Michael Moriarty Benjamin Stone Law & Order NBC
Rob Morrow Joel Fleischman Northern Exposure CBS
Carroll O'Connor Bill Gillespie In the Heat of the Night
Tom Skerritt Jimmy Brock Picket Fences
1994
(52nd)
Dennis Franz Award winner Andy Sipowicz NYPD Blue ABC [34]
Mandy Patinkin Jeffrey Geiger Chicago Hope CBS
Jason Priestley Brandon Walsh Beverly Hills, 90210 Fox
Tom Skerritt Jimmy Brock Picket Fences CBS
Sam Waterston Jack McCoy Law & Order NBC
1995
(53rd)
Jimmy Smits Award winner Bobby Simone NYPD Blue ABC [35]
Daniel Benzali Theodore Hoffman Murder One ABC
George Clooney Doug Ross ER NBC
David Duchovny Fox Mulder The X-Files Fox
Anthony Edwards Mark Greene ER NBC
1996
(54th)
David Duchovny Award winner Fox Mulder The X-Files Fox [36]
George Clooney Doug Ross ER NBC
Anthony Edwards Mark Greene
Lance Henriksen Frank Black Millennium Fox
Jimmy Smits Bobby Simone NYPD Blue ABC
1997
(55th)
Anthony Edwards Award winner Mark Greene ER NBC [37]
Kevin Anderson Francis Xavier Reyneaux Nothing Sacred ABC
George Clooney Doug Ross ER NBC
David Duchovny Fox Mulder The X-Files Fox
Lance Henriksen Frank Black Millennium
1998
(56th)
Dylan McDermott Award winner Bobby Donnell The Practice ABC [38]
David Duchovny Fox Mulder The X-Files Fox
Anthony Edwards Mark Greene ER NBC
Lance Henriksen Frank Black Millennium Fox
Jimmy Smits Bobby Simone NYPD Blue ABC
1999
(57th)
James Gandolfini Award winner Tony Soprano The Sopranos HBO [39]
Billy Campbell Rick Sammler Once and Again ABC
Rob Lowe Sam Seaborn The West Wing NBC
Dylan McDermott Bobby Donnell The Practice ABC
Martin Sheen Josiah Bartlet The West Wing NBC

2000s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
2000
(58th)
Martin Sheen Award winner Josiah Bartlet The West Wing NBC [40]
Andre Braugher Ben Gideon Gideon's Crossing ABC
James Gandolfini Tony Soprano The Sopranos HBO
Rob Lowe Sam Seaborn The West Wing NBC
Dylan McDermott Bobby Donnell The Practice ABC
2001
(59th)
Kiefer Sutherland Award winner Jack Bauer 24 Fox [41]
Simon Baker Nick Fallin The Guardian CBS
James Gandolfini Tony Soprano The Sopranos HBO
Peter Krause Nate Fisher Six Feet Under
Martin Sheen Josiah Bartlet The West Wing NBC
2002
(60th)
Michael Chiklis Award winner Vic Mackey The Shield FX [42]
James Gandolfini Tony Soprano The Sopranos HBO
Peter Krause Nate Fisher Six Feet Under
Martin Sheen Josiah Bartlet The West Wing NBC
Kiefer Sutherland Jack Bauer 24 Fox
2003
(61st)
Anthony LaPaglia Award winner Jack Malone Without a Trace CBS [43]
Michael Chiklis Vic Mackey The Shield FX
William Petersen Gil Grissom CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS
Martin Sheen Josiah Bartlet The West Wing NBC
Kiefer Sutherland Jack Bauer 24 Fox
2004
(62nd)
Ian McShane Award winner Al Swearengen Deadwood HBO [44]
Michael Chiklis Vic Mackey The Shield FX
Denis Leary Tommy Gavin Rescue Me
Julian McMahon Christian Troy Nip/Tuck
James Spader Alan Shore Boston Legal ABC
2005
(63rd)
Hugh Laurie Award winner Gregory House House Fox [45]
Patrick Dempsey Derek Shepherd Grey's Anatomy ABC
Matthew Fox Jack Shephard Lost
Wentworth Miller Michael Scofield Prison Break Fox
Kiefer Sutherland Jack Bauer 24
2006
(64th)
Hugh Laurie Award winner Gregory House House Fox [46]
Patrick Dempsey Derek Shepherd Grey's Anatomy ABC
Michael C. Hall Dexter Morgan Dexter Showtime
Bill Paxton Bill Henrickson Big Love HBO
Kiefer Sutherland Jack Bauer 24 Fox
2007
(65th)
Jon Hamm Award winner Don Draper Mad Men AMC [47]
Michael C. Hall Dexter Morgan Dexter Showtime
Hugh Laurie Gregory House House Fox
Bill Paxton Bill Henrickson Big Love HBO
Jonathan Rhys Meyers Henry VIII of England The Tudors Showtime
2008
(66th)
Gabriel Byrne Award winner Paul Weston In Treatment HBO [48]
Michael C. Hall Dexter Morgan Dexter Showtime
Jon Hamm Don Draper Mad Men AMC
Hugh Laurie Gregory House House Fox
Jonathan Rhys Meyers Henry VIII of England The Tudors Showtime
2009
(67th)
Michael C. Hall Award winner Dexter Morgan Dexter Showtime [49]
Simon Baker Patrick Jane The Mentalist CBS
Jon Hamm Don Draper Mad Men AMC
Hugh Laurie Gregory House House Fox
Bill Paxton Bill Henrickson Big Love HBO

2010s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Steve Buscemi Award winner Enoch "Nucky" Thompson Boardwalk Empire HBO [50]
Bryan Cranston Walter White Breaking Bad AMC
Michael C. Hall Dexter Morgan Dexter Showtime
Jon Hamm Don Draper Mad Men AMC
Hugh Laurie Gregory House House Fox
2011
(69th)
Kelsey Grammer Award winner Tom Kane Boss Starz [51]
Steve Buscemi Enoch "Nucky" Thompson Boardwalk Empire HBO
Bryan Cranston Walter White Breaking Bad AMC
Jeremy Irons Rodrigo Borgia / Pope Alexander VI The Borgias Showtime
Damian Lewis Nicholas Brody Homeland
2012
(70th)
Damian Lewis Award winner Nicholas Brody Homeland Showtime [52]
Steve Buscemi Enoch "Nucky" Thompson Boardwalk Empire HBO
Bryan Cranston Walter White Breaking Bad AMC
Jeff Daniels Will McAvoy The Newsroom HBO
Jon Hamm Don Draper Mad Men AMC
2013
(71st)
Bryan Cranston Award winner Walter White Breaking Bad AMC [53]
Liev Schreiber Ray Donovan Ray Donovan Showtime
Michael Sheen William Masters Masters of Sex
Kevin Spacey Frank Underwood House of Cards Netflix
James Spader Raymond "Red" Reddington The Blacklist NBC
2014
(72nd)
Kevin Spacey Award winner Frank Underwood House of Cards Netflix [54]
Clive Owen John "Thack" Thackery The Knick Cinemax
Liev Schreiber Ray Donovan Ray Donovan Showtime
James Spader Raymond "Red" Reddington The Blacklist NBC
Dominic West Noah Solloway The Affair Showtime
2015
(73rd)
Jon Hamm Award winner Don Draper Mad Men AMC [55]
Rami Malek Elliot Alderson Mr. Robot USA
Wagner Moura Pablo Escobar Narcos Netflix
Bob Odenkirk Saul Goodman Better Call Saul AMC
Liev Schreiber Ray Donovan Ray Donovan Showtime
2016
(74th)
Billy Bob Thornton Award winner Billy McBride Goliath Amazon [56]
Rami Malek Elliot Alderson Mr. Robot USA
Bob Odenkirk Saul Goodman Better Call Saul AMC
Matthew Rhys Philip Jennings The Americans FX
Liev Schreiber Ray Donovan Ray Donovan Showtime
2017
(75th)
Sterling K. Brown Award winner Randall Pearson This Is Us NBC [57]
Jason Bateman Martin "Marty" Byrde Ozark Netflix
Freddie Highmore Dr. Shaun Murphy The Good Doctor ABC
Bob Odenkirk Saul Goodman Better Call Saul AMC
Liev Schreiber Ray Donovan Ray Donovan Showtime
2018
(76th)
Richard Madden Award winner David Budd Bodyguard Netflix
Jason Bateman Martin "Marty" Byrde Ozark Netflix
Stephan James Walter Cruz Homecoming Amazon
Billy Porter Pray Tell Pose FX
Matthew Rhys Philip Jennings The Americans

Superlatives

Multiple wins

Wins Name
2 Ed Asner
John Forsythe
Jon Hamm
Hugh Laurie
Telly Savalas

Multiple nominations

Nominations Name
7 Peter Falk
Tom Selleck
6 Mike Connors
John Forsythe
Jon Hamm
Hugh Laurie
Martin Sheen
5 Ed Asner
Michael C. Hall
Carroll O'Connor
Liev Schreiber
Kiefer Sutherland
Daniel J. Travanti
Robert Wagner
Robert Young
4 Bryan Cranston
David Duchovny
Anthony Edwards
James Gandolfini
Larry Hagman
Telly Savalas
3 Scott Bakula
Steve Buscemi
Michael Chiklis
George Clooney
James Garner
Peter Graves
Harry Hamlin
Lance Henriksen
Dylan McDermott
Rob Morrow
Bob Odenkirk
Bill Paxton
Jimmy Smits
James Spader
Sam Waterston
2 Simon Baker
Jason Bateman
Corbin Bernsen
James Brolin
Raymond Burr
William Conrad
Richard Chamberlain
Patrick Dempsey
Chad Everett
Mark Harmon
John Houseman
Don Johnson
James Earl Jones
Peter Krause
Damian Lewis
Rob Lowe
Rami Malek
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Michael Moriarty
Jason Priestley
Matthew Rhys
Tom Skerritt
Kevin Spacey
Richard Thomas
Robert Urich
Ken Wahl
Edward Woodward

See also

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Anthony Edwards

Anthony Charles Edwards (born July 19, 1962) is an American actor and director. He is most widely known for his role as Dr. Mark Greene on the first eight seasons of ER, for which he received a Golden Globe award and six Screen Actors Guild Awards, and was nominated for four consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards. Additionally, he has appeared in various movies and television shows, including Top Gun, Zodiac, Miracle Mile, Revenge of the Nerds, Planes, and Northern Exposure.

Anthony LaPaglia

Anthony M. LaPaglia (, Italian: [laˈpaʎʎa]; born 31 January 1959) is an Australian actor.

He played the role of Joe in the coming-of-age comedy Empire Records and John in the film Autumn In New York, as well as FBI agent Jack Malone on the American television series Without a Trace, for which he won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama.

He also appeared in eight episodes of Frasier as Daphne Moon's alcoholic brother Simon.

LaPaglia starred in the Australian films Looking for Alibrandi, Holding the Man, Lantana and Balibo. For the latter two films he won AACTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 2001 and 2009.

Billy Bob Thornton

Billy Bob Thornton (born August 4, 1955) is an American actor, filmmaker, singer, songwriter, and musician.

Thornton had his first break when he co-wrote and starred in the 1992 thriller One False Move, and received international attention after writing, directing, and starring in the independent drama film Sling Blade (1996), for which he won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor. He appeared in several major film roles in the 1990s following Sling Blade, including Oliver Stone's neo-noir U Turn (1997), political drama Primary Colors (1998), science fiction disaster film Armageddon (1998), the highest-grossing film of that year, and the crime drama A Simple Plan (1998), which earned him his third Oscar nomination.

In the 2000s, Thornton achieved further success in starring dramas Monster's Ball (2001), The Man Who Wasn't There (2001), and Friday Night Lights (2004); comedies Bandits (2001), Intolerable Cruelty (2003), and Bad Santa (2003); and action films Eagle Eye (2008) and Faster (2010). In 2014, Thornton starred as Lorne Malvo in the first season of the anthology series Fargo, earning a nomination for the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie at the Emmy Awards and won Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Film at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards. In 2016, he starred in an Amazon original series, Goliath, which earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama.

Thornton has been vocal about his distaste for celebrity culture, choosing to keep his life out of the public eye. However, the attention of the media has proven unavoidable in certain cases, his marriage to Angelina Jolie being a notable example. Thornton has written a variety of films, usually set in the Southern United States and mainly co-written with Tom Epperson, including A Family Thing (1996) and The Gift (2000). After Sling Blade, he directed several other films, including Daddy and Them (2001), All the Pretty Horses (2000), and Jayne Mansfield's Car (2012).

Thornton has received the President's Award from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, a Special Achievement Award from the National Board of Review, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He has also been nominated for an Emmy Award, four Golden Globes, and three Screen Actors Guild Awards. In addition to film work, Thornton began a career as a singer-songwriter. He has released four solo albums and is the vocalist of the blues rock band The Boxmasters.

Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series

The Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series is one of the award categories presented annually by the Critics' Choice Television Awards (BTJA) to recognize the work done by television actors. It was introduced in 2011 when the event was first initiated. The winners are selected by a group of television critics that are part of the Broadcast Television Critics Association.

Daniel J. Travanti

Daniel J. Travanti (born Danielo Giovanni Travanty; March 7, 1940) is an American actor. He is best known for playing Frank Furillo in the television drama series Hill Street Blues (1981–1987), for which he received a Golden Globe Award and two consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards from many nominations.

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor can refer to:

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film,

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama,

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy,

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, or

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy

Josiah Bartlet

Josiah Edward "Jed" Bartlet is a fictional character from the American television serial drama The West Wing, portrayed by Martin Sheen. The role earned Sheen a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama in 2001, as well as two SAG Awards.

Bartlet's tenure as a Democratic President of the United States is a preeminent aspect of the series. His origin as a recurring character evolved due to Sheen's acting finesse; creator Aaron Sorkin and fellow West Wing writers shaped Bartlet's role within the show accordingly. The first season depicts part of his first and second years in office and subsequent seasons flesh out the details of his administration, including friction between his policies and those of the Republican-dominated Congress, his tribulations with multiple sclerosis, his reelection, and the campaign of his successor.

Characterized by manifest integrity, quick witticisms, a fierce intellect, and compassionate stoicism, Bartlet is widely acclaimed by critics and political commentators alike as the "most popular Democratic president in recent memory".

Ken Wahl

Kenneth M. "Ken" Wahl (born February 14, 1957) is a retired American film and television actor, popular in the 1980s and 1990s, best known for the CBS television crime drama Wiseguy. A severe injury in 1992 effectively ended his acting career. He is divorced from Corinne Alphen, and after a brief second marriage, he married Shane Barbi, in 1997. The two later became advocates against animal abuse and for veterans' rights.

Kiefer Sutherland filmography

Kiefer Sutherland is a Canadian actor who has won an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards. He has appeared in more than 70 films since his first screen debut in Max Dugan Returns in 1983. Since then, he starred in Stand by Me (1986), The Lost Boys (1987), Young Guns (1988), Bright Lights, Big City (1988), Young Guns II (1990), Flatliners (1990), A Few Good Men (1992), The Three Musketeers (1993), A Time to Kill (1996), Freeway (1996), Dark City (1998), Phone Booth (2002), The Sentinel (2006), Mirrors (2008), Marmaduke (2010), Melancholia (2011), Pompeii (2014) and Flatliners (2017).

Kyle MacLachlan

Kyle Merritt MacLachlan (; born February 22, 1959) is an American actor. MacLachlan is best known for his role as Dale Cooper in Twin Peaks (1990–1991; 2017) and its film prequel Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992), as well as roles in two of David Lynch's films: Paul Atreides in Dune (1984) and Jeffrey Beaumont in Blue Velvet (1986). MacLachlan's other film roles include Lloyd Gallagher in The Hidden (1987), Ray Manzarek in The Doors (1991), Clifford Vandercave in The Flintstones (1994), Zack Carey in Showgirls (1995), and the voice of Riley's dad in Inside Out (2015).

He has had prominent roles in television shows including appearing as Trey MacDougal in Sex and the City (2000–2002), Orson Hodge in Desperate Housewives (2006–2012), The Captain in How I Met Your Mother (2010–2014), the Mayor of Portland in Portlandia (2011–2018) and Calvin Zabo in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2014–2015).

MacLachlan has won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama (1990), and was nominated in the same category in 2017, for playing the role of Dale Cooper in Twin Peaks. He has also been nominated for two Emmy Awards for Twin Peaks.

List of accolades received by Millennium

Millennium is an American crime-thriller television series which was broadcast between 1996 and 1999. Created by Chris Carter, the series aired on Fox for three seasons with a total of sixty-seven episodes. However, an episode of its sister show The X-Files—also titled "Millennium"—was later produced in order to give a sense of closure to the series. Millennium starred Lance Henriksen, Megan Gallagher, Klea Scott, and Brittany Tiplady, with Henriksen and Tiplady earning award nominations for their roles.

Henriksen portrayed Frank Black, an offender profiler who worked for the Millennium Group, a private investigative organisation. Black retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation to move his wife (Gallagher) and daughter (Tiplady) to Seattle, where he began to consult on criminal cases for the Group. After his wife's death, he returned to the FBI to work with new partner Emma Hollis (Scott) to discredit the Group.

Since its 1996 debut, Millennium has received several awards, including four American Society of Cinematographers Awards, two Primetime Emmy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, one People's Choice Award, and five Young Artist Awards. In its three-year tenure, the series earned a total of twenty-one award nominations. Cinematographer Robert McLachlan and actress Brittany Tiplady providing the series' only individual wins, while the first season episode "Broken World" earned its only episodic win. A 1997 People's Choice Award for Favourite New TV Dramatic Series was the only award won by the series as a whole.

Nicholas Brody

GySgt. Nicholas "Nick" Brody, played by actor Damian Lewis, is a fictional character on the American television series Homeland on Showtime, created by Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon. Brody was a USMC Sergeant who was held as a prisoner of war by al-Qaeda terrorists for eight years. Following his rescue and return home, Brody is hailed as a war hero and promoted to gunnery sergeant. However, a CIA officer, Carrie Mathison, suspects that Brody was turned by al-Qaeda, and tries to stop him from potentially committing a terrorist act. Between the first and second season, he was elected to Congress. In the third season, he was executed by Iranian authorities after completing a CIA plot against the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

Pose (TV series)

Pose is an American drama television series created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Steven Canals that premiered on June 3, 2018, on FX. The series stars an ensemble cast including Evan Peters, Kate Mara, James Van Der Beek, Mj Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson, Billy Porter, Indya Moore, Ryan Jamaal Swain, Charlayne Woodard, Dyllón Burnside, Hailie Sahar, Angelica Ross, and Angel Bismark Curiel.

The first season was met with critical acclaim upon its premiere and subsequently received numerous award nominations including the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama for Billy Porter. On July 12, 2018, it was announced that the series had been renewed for a second season, which is set to premiere in 2019.

Richard Chamberlain

George Richard Chamberlain (born March 31, 1934) is an American stage and screen actor and singer, who became a teen idol in the title role of the television show Dr. Kildare (1961–1966).

Since then, he has appeared in several mini-series such as Shōgun (1980) and The Thorn Birds (1983), and many successful films such as The Bourne Identity (1988) being the first man to play Jason Bourne, and he has performed classical stage roles and worked in musical theatre.

Richard Madden

Richard Madden (born 18 June 1986) is a Scottish actor and producer. Born and raised near Glasgow, in Renfrewshire, he made his screen debut as a child actor and stage debut whilst a student at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. In 2007, he toured with Shakespeare's Globe company as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, a role he would reprise in the West End in 2016.

Madden continued his acting career before landing his breakout role in 2011, as Robb Stark in HBO's fantasy drama Game of Thrones, for which he received the Screen International Award for Star of Tomorrow and two SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series nominations, amongst other accolades. His subsequent roles include leading the first season of the historical fiction series Medici: Masters of Florence (2016) as Cosimo de' Medici, and starring in the films of Disney's Cinderella (2015) and Netflix's romantic comedy Ibiza (2018).

In 2018, Madden garnered critical acclaim and international prominence for his leading role as David Budd in the BBC thriller series Bodyguard, the UK's most-watched television drama since current records began, for which he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama and the National Television Award for Drama Performance, and was also nominated for the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series.He is set to portray John Reid in the upcoming Elton John biographical musical Rocketman, which is due to be released in May 2019.

Simon Baker

Simon Baker (born 30 July 1969) is an Australian actor and director. In his television acting career, he is known for his lead roles in the CBS television series The Mentalist (as Patrick Jane) and The Guardian (as Nicholas Fallin). In his film acting career, he is best known for his roles as Max Rourke in the remake of the Japanese horror film The Ring Two, Riley Denbo in Land of the Dead and Christian Thompson in the film adaptation of The Devil Wears Prada.

Stephan James

Stephan James (born December 16, 1993) is a Canadian actor. For his lead role as Walter Cruz in Homecoming, James was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama. He is also known for his role as track and field sprinter Jesse Owens in the 2016 film Race, for which he won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, and for starring in the 2018 drama If Beale Street Could Talk.

Sterling K. Brown

Sterling Kelby Brown (born April 5, 1976) is an American actor. He rose to prominence in 2016 after portraying prosecutor Christopher Darden in the FX drama The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story, for which he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie. He currently stars as Randall Pearson on the NBC drama This Is Us. The role has earned Brown his second Emmy, in 2017, for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series and his first Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, as well as his first Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series and Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

The Shield

The Shield is an American crime drama television series starring Michael Chiklis that premiered on March 12, 2002, on FX in the United States, and concluded on November 25, 2008, after seven seasons. Known for its portrayal of corrupt police officers, it was originally advertised as Rampart in reference to the true life Rampart Division police scandal, on which the show's Strike Team was loosely based. The series was created by Shawn Ryan and The Barn Productions for Fox Television Studios and Sony Pictures Television.

Several notable film actors took extended roles on the show, including Glenn Close, who was the female lead during the fourth season; Forest Whitaker, who guest starred in seasons 5 and 6; Laura Harring, in season 5; Franka Potente, in season 6; and Laurie Holden, in season 7.

The series has received critical acclaim as well as several awards and nominations. It won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama in 2002, and the final season won a 2008 AFI Award for best television series. In 2013, TV Guide ranked The Shield #50 on its list of the 60 Best Series of All Time. Chiklis won both the Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Lead Actor in a Drama in 2002.

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