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

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). It is given in honor of an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role on a musical or comedy television series for the calendar year.

It was first awarded at the 19th Golden Globe Awards on March 5, 1962 under the title Best TV Star – Male to John Charles Daly and Bob Newhart. The nominees for the award announced annually starting in 1963. The award initially honored actors in both comedy and drama genres until 1969, when the award was split into categories that honored comedic and dramatic performances separately. It was presented under the new title Best TV Actor – Musical or Comedy and in 1980 under its current title.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 45 actors. Michael Douglas is the current recipient of the award for his role as Sandy Kominsky on The Kominsky Method. Alan Alda has won the most awards in this category with six wins and received the most nominations at 11.

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Television Series Musical or Comedy
CountryUnited States
Presented byHollywood Foreign Press Association
First awardedMarch 5, 1962
Currently held byMichael Douglas,
The Kominsky Method (2018)
Most awardsAlan Alda, (6)
Most nominationsAlan Alda, (11)
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.
John Charles Daly (What's My Line? 1950)
John Charles Daly tied with Bob Newhart as the first recipient of the award.
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Mickey Rooney won the award in 1963 for his work on Mickey.
Andy williams 1969
Andy Williams was nominated in 1967 for his performance on The Andy Williams Show.
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Dean Martin won once out of three nominations for his performance on The Dean Martin Show.
Dan Dailey in Washington Melodrama trailer
Dan Dailey won in 1969 for his work on The Governor & J.J..
Bob Hope Flip Wilson 1969
Flip Wilson won in this category for his performance on The Flip Wilson Show.
Carrol O'Connor as Archie Bunker
Receiving six nominations in the category, Carroll O'Connor won the award in 1971 for his role as Archie Bunker on All in the Family.
Jack Klugman Twilight Zone 1963
Jack Klugman won the award in 1974 for his portrayal of Oscar Madison on The Odd Couple.
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Ron Howard won the award in 1977, tying with Henry Winkler, for his portrayal of Richie Cunningham on Happy Days.
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Henry Winkler won the award twice for his role as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli on Happy Days.
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Robin Williams won in 1979 for his performance on Mork & Mindy.
Alan Alda by Bridget Laudien
Alan Alda received the most awards and nominations in this category—at six and eleven—all for his role as Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H.
Bruce Willis by Gage Skidmore
Out of three nominatios, Bruce Willis won the award in 1986 for his performance on Moonlighting.
Richard Mulligan at the 1991 Emmy Awards2
Richard Mulligan tied with Michael J. Fox and Judd Hirsch in 1988 for his work on Empty Nest.
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Fred Savage received two nominations for his role as Kevin Arnold on The Wonder Years.
John Goodman by Gage Skidmore
John Goodman won the award in 1992 for his portrayal of Dan Conner on Roseanne.
Jerry Seinfeld (1997)
Jerry Seinfeld won the 1993 award for his performance on Seinfeld.
Tim Allen cropped
Tim Allen won in 1994 for his role on Home Improvement.
Kelsey Grammer May 2010 (cropped)
Kelsey Grammer won in 1995 and 2000 for his portrayal of the titular character on Frasier.
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Michael J. Fox won the award three consecutive times for his role on Spin City as well as a four award in 1988 for his role on Family Ties.
Charlie Sheen 2012
Charlie Sheen won in 2001 for his performance on Spin City.
Ricky Gervais 2010
Ricky Gervais won the award for his role as David Brent on The Office.
Jason Bateman 2011
Jason Bateman won in this category for his performance on Arrested Development as Michael Bluth.
David Duchovny by Gage Skidmore
David Duchovny won the 2007 award for his portrayal of Hank Moody on Californication.
Steve Carell November 2014
Steve Carell was nominated six times and won the 2005 award for his role on The Office as Michael Scott.
Alec Baldwin by Gage Skidmore
Alec Baldwin won three times for his role on 30 Rock as Jack Donaghy.
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Matt LeBlanc won in 2011 for his performance on Episodes.
Don Cheadle UNEP 2011 (cropped)
Don Cheadle won the award for his role on House of Lies.
Gael Garcia Bernal Cannes 2016
Gael García Bernal won in this category for his performance on Mozart in the Jungle.
Donald Glover TIFF 2015
Donald Glover won for his performance on Atlanta.

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 – Musical or Comedy
1969
(27th)
Dan Dailey Award winner William Drinkwater The Governor & J.J. CBS [9]
Glen Campbell Himself The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour CBS
Tom Jones Himself This Is Tom Jones ABC
Dean Martin Himself The Dean Martin Show NBC
Jim Nabors Himself The Jim Nabors Hour CBS

1970s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Flip Wilson Award winner Various characters The Flip Wilson Show NBC [10]
Herschel Bernardi Arnie Nuvo Arnie CBS
David Frost Himself The David Frost Show Syndicated
Merv Griffin Himself The Merv Griffin Show CBS
Danny Thomas Danny Williams Make Room for Granddaddy ABC
1971
(29th)
Carroll O'Connor Award winner Archie Bunker All in the Family CBS [11]
Herschel Bernardi Arnie Nuvo Arnie CBS
Jack Klugman Oscar Madison The Odd Couple ABC
Dick Van Dyke Dick Preston The New Dick Van Dyke Show CBS
Flip Wilson Various characters The Flip Wilson Show NBC
1972
(30th)
Redd Foxx Award winner Fred G. Sanford Sanford and Son NBC [12]
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Bill Cosby Various characters The New Bill Cosby Show
Paul Lynde Paul Simms The Paul Lynde Show ABC
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family CBS
Flip Wilson Various characters The Flip Wilson Show NBC
1973
(31st)
Jack Klugman Award winner Oscar Madison The Odd Couple ABC [13]
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Dom DeLuise Stanley Belmont Lotsa Luck NBC
Redd Foxx Fred G. Sanford Sanford and Son
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family CBS
1974
(32nd)
Alan Alda Award winner Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [14]
Ed Asner Lou Grant The Mary Tyler Moore Show CBS
Redd Foxx Fred G. Sanford Sanford and Son NBC
Bob Newhart Robert Hartley, Ph.D. The Bob Newhart Show CBS
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family
1975
(33rd)
Alan Alda Award winner Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [15]
Johnny Carson Various characters The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson NBC
Redd Foxx Fred G. Sanford Sanford and Son
Hal Linden Captain Barney Miller Barney Miller ABC
Bob Newhart Robert Hartley, Ph.D. The Bob Newhart Show CBS
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family
1976
(34th)
Henry Winkler Award winner Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli Happy Days ABC [16]
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Michael Constantine Judge Matthew Sirota Sirota's Court NBC
Sammy Davis Jr. Various characters Sammy and Company Syndicated
Hal Linden Captain Barney Miller Barney Miller NBC
Freddie Prinze Chico Rodriguez Chico and the Man
Tony Randall Walter Franklin The Tony Randall Show ABC
1977
(35th)
Ron Howard Award winner Richie Cunningham Happy Days ABC [17]
Henry Winkler Award winner Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Hal Linden Captain Barney Miller Barney Miller NBC
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family CBS
1978
(36th)
Robin Williams Award winner Mork Mork & Mindy ABC [18]
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Gavin MacLeod Captain Merrill Stubing The Love Boat ABC
Judd Hirsch Alex Rieger Taxi
John Ritter Jack Tripper Three's Company
1979
(37th)
Alan Alda Award winner Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [19]
Judd Hirsch Alex Rieger Taxi ABC
Wilfrid Hyde-White Emerson Marshall The Associates
John Ritter Jack Tripper Three's Company
Robin Williams Mork Mork & Mindy

1980s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Alan Alda Award winner Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [20]
Judd Hirsch Alex Reiger Taxi ABC
Hal Linden Barney Miller Barney Miller
Gavin MacLeod Merrill Stubing The Love Boat
Wayne Rogers Charley Michaels House Calls CBS
1981
(39th)
Alan Alda Award winner Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [21]
James Garner Bret Maverick Bret Maverick NBC
Judd Hirsch Alex Reiger Taxi ABC
Gavin MacLeod Merrill Stubing The Love Boat
Tony Randall Sidney Shore Love, Sidney NBC
1982
(40th)
Alan Alda Award winner Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [22]
Robert Guillaume Benson DuBois Benson ABC
Judd Hirsch Alex Reiger Taxi
Bob Newhart Dick Loudon Newhart CBS
Tony Randall Sidney Shore Love, Sidney NBC
1983
(41st)
John Ritter Award winner Jack Tripper Three's Company ABC [23]
Dabney Coleman Bill Bittinger Buffalo Bill NBC
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers
Robert Guillaume Benson DuBois Benson ABC
Bob Newhart Dick Loudon Newhart CBS
1984
(42nd)
Bill Cosby Award winner Cliff Huxtable The Cosby Show NBC [24]
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers NBC
Robert Guillaume Benson DuBois Benson ABC
Sherman Hemsley George Jefferson The Jeffersons CBS
Bob Newhart Dick Loudon Newhart
1985
(43rd)
Bill Cosby Award winner Cliff Huxtable The Cosby Show NBC [25]
Tony Danza Tony Micelli Who's the Boss? ABC
Michael J. Fox Alex P. Keaton Family Ties NBC
Bob Newhart Dick Loudon Newhart CBS
Bruce Willis David Addison Moonlighting ABC
1986
(44th)
Bruce Willis Award winner David Addison Moonlighting ABC [26]
Bill Cosby Cliff Huxtable The Cosby Show NBC
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers
Tony Danza Tony Micelli Who's the Boss? ABC
Michael J. Fox Alex P. Keaton Family Ties NBC
1987
(45th)
Dabney Coleman Award winner Slap Maxwell The Slap Maxwell Story ABC [27]
Michael J. Fox Alex P. Keaton Family Ties NBC
John Ritter Det. Harry Hooperman Hooperman ABC
Alan Thicke Jason Seaver Growing Pains
Bruce Willis David Addison Moonlighting
1988
(46th)
Michael J. Fox Award winner Alex P. Keaton Family Ties NBC [28]
Judd Hirsch Award winner John Lacey Dear John
Richard Mulligan Award winner Harry Weston Empty Nest
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers NBC
John Goodman Dan Conner Roseanne ABC
1989
(47th)
Ted Danson Award winner Sam Malone

Cheers

NBC [29]
John Goodman Dan Conner Roseanne ABC
Judd Hirsch John Lacey Dear John NBC
Richard Mulligan Harry Weston Empty Nest
Fred Savage Kevin Arnold The Wonder Years ABC

1990s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Ted Danson Award winner Sam Malone Cheers NBC [30]
John Goodman Dan Conner Roseanne ABC
Richard Mulligan Harry Weston Empty Nest NBC
Burt Reynolds Wood Newton Evening Shade CBS
Fred Savage Kevin Arnold The Wonder Years ABC
1991
(49th)
Burt Reynolds Award winner Wood Newton Evening Shade CBS [31]
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers NBC
Neil Patrick Harris Doogie Howser Doogie Howser, M.D. ABC
Craig T. Nelson Hayden Fox Coach
Ed O'Neill Al Bundy Married... with Children Fox
1992
(50th)
John Goodman Award winner Dan Conner Roseanne ABC [32]
Tim Allen Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers NBC
Craig T. Nelson Hayden Fox Coach ABC
Ed O'Neill Al Bundy Married... with Children Fox
Burt Reynolds Wood Newton Evening Shade CBS
Will Smith Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air NBC
1993
(51st)
Jerry Seinfeld Award winner Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld NBC [33]
Tim Allen Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC
Craig T. Nelson Hayden Fox Coach ABC
Will Smith Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air NBC
1994
(52nd)
Tim Allen Award winner Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC [34]
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC
Craig T. Nelson Hayden Fox Coach ABC
Paul Reiser Paul Buchman Mad About You NBC
Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld
Garry Shandling Larry Sanders The Larry Sanders Show HBO
1995
(53rd)
Kelsey Grammer Award winner Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC [35]
Tim Allen Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC
Paul Reiser Paul Buchman Mad About You NBC
Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld
Garry Shandling Larry Sanders The Larry Sanders Show HBO
1996
(54th)
John Lithgow Award winner Dr. Dick Solomon 3rd Rock from the Sun NBC [36]
Tim Allen Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC
Michael J. Fox Mike Flaherty Spin City
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Cheers NBC
Paul Reiser Paul Buchman Mad About You
1997
(55th)
Michael J. Fox Award winner Mike Flaherty Spin City ABC [37]
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC
John Lithgow Dr. Dick Solomon 3rd Rock from the Sun
Paul Reiser Paul Buchman Mad About You
Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld
1998
(56th)
Michael J. Fox Award winner Mike Flaherty Spin City ABC [38]
Thomas Gibson Greg Montgomery Dharma & Greg CBS
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC
John Lithgow Dr. Dick Solomon 3rd Rock from the Sun
George Segal Jack Gallo Just Shoot Me!
1999
(57th)
Michael J. Fox Award winner Mike Flaherty Spin City ABC [39]
Thomas Gibson Greg Montgomery Dharma & Greg CBS
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
Ray Romano Raymond Barone Everybody Loves Raymond CBS
George Segal Jack Gallo Just Shoot Me! NBC

2000s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
2000
(38th)
Kelsey Grammer Award winner Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC [40]
Ted Danson Dr. John Becker Becker CBS
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
Frankie Muniz Malcolm Wilkerson Malcolm in the Middle Fox
Ray Romano Raymond Barone Everybody Loves Raymond CBS
2001
(59th)
Charlie Sheen Award winner Charlie Crawford Spin City ABC [41]
Tom Cavanagh Ed Stevens Ed NBC
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace
Frankie Muniz Malcolm Wilkerson Malcolm in the Middle Fox
2002
(60th)
Tony Shalhoub Award winner Adrian Monk Monk USA Network [42]
Larry David Himself Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
Matt LeBlanc Joey Tribbiani Friends NBC
Bernie Mac Bernie McCullough The Bernie Mac Show Fox
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
2003
(61st)
Ricky Gervais Award winner David Brent The Office BBC America [43]
Matt LeBlanc Joey Tribbiani Friends NBC
Bernie Mac Bernie McCullough The Bernie Mac Show Fox
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
Tony Shalhoub Adrian Monk Monk USA Network
2004
(62nd)
Jason Bateman Award winner Michael Bluth Arrested Development Fox [44]
Zach Braff John "J.D." Dorian Scrubs NBC
Larry David Himself Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
Matt LeBlanc Joey Tribbiani Joey NBC
Tony Shalhoub Adrian Monk Monk USA Network
Charlie Sheen Charlie Harper Two and a Half Men CBS
2005
(63rd)
Steve Carell Award winner Michael Scott The Office NBC [45]
Zach Braff John "J.D." Dorian Scrubs NBC
Larry David Himself Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
Jason Lee Earl Hickey My Name Is Earl NBC
Charlie Sheen Charlie Harper Two and a Half Men CBS
2006
(64th)
Alec Baldwin Award winner Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC [46]
Zach Braff John "J.D." Dorian Scrubs NBC
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office
Jason Lee Earl Hickey My Name Is Earl
Tony Shalhoub Adrian Monk Monk USA Network
2007
(65th)
David Duchovny Award winner Hank Moody Californication Showtime [47]
Alec Baldwin Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office
Ricky Gervais Andy Millman Extras HBO
Lee Pace Ned Pushing Daisies ABC
2008
(66th)
Alec Baldwin Award winner Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC [48]
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office NBC
Kevin Connolly Eric Murphy Entourage HBO
David Duchovny Hank Moody Californication Showtime
Tony Shalhoub Adrian Monk Monk USA Network
2009
(67th)
Alec Baldwin Award winner Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC [49]
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office NBC
David Duchovny Hank Moody Californication Showtime
Thomas Jane Ray Drecker Hung HBO
Matthew Morrison Will Schuester Glee Fox

2010s

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Jim Parsons Award winner Dr. Sheldon Cooper The Big Bang Theory CBS [50]
Alec Baldwin Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office
Thomas Jane Ray Drecker Hung HBO
Matthew Morrison Will Schuester Glee Fox
2011
(69th)
Matt LeBlanc Award winner Himself Episodes Showtime [51]
Alec Baldwin Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC
David Duchovny Hank Moody Californication Showtime
Johnny Galecki Dr. Leonard Hofstadter The Big Bang Theory CBS
Thomas Jane Ray Drecker Hung HBO
2012
(70th)
Don Cheadle Award winner Marty Kaan House of Lies Showtime [52]
Alec Baldwin Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC
Louis C.K. Louie Louie FX
Matt LeBlanc Himself Episodes Showtime
Jim Parsons Dr. Sheldon Cooper The Big Bang Theory CBS
2013
(71st)
Andy Samberg Award winner Jake Peralta Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox [53]
Jason Bateman Michael Bluth Arrested Development Netflix
Don Cheadle Marty Kaan House of Lies Showtime
Michael J. Fox Mike Henry The Michael J. Fox Show NBC
Jim Parsons Dr. Sheldon Cooper The Big Bang Theory CBS
2014
(72nd)
Jeffrey Tambor Award winner Maura Pfefferman Transparent Amazon [54]
Louis C.K. Louie Louie FX
Don Cheadle Marty Kaan House of Lies Showtime
Ricky Gervais Derek Noakes Derek Netflix
William H. Macy Frank Gallagher Shameless Showtime
2015
(73rd)
Gael García Bernal Award winner Rodrigo De Souza Mozart in the Jungle Amazon [55]
Aziz Ansari Dev Shah Master of None Netflix
Rob Lowe Dean Sanderson Jr. The Grinder Fox
Patrick Stewart Walter Blunt Blunt Talk Starz
Jeffrey Tambor Maura Pfefferman Transparent Amazon
2016
(74th)
Donald Glover Award winner Earnest "Earn" Marks Atlanta FX [56]
Anthony Anderson Andre "Dre" Johnson, Sr. Black-ish ABC
Gael García Bernal Rodrigo De Souza Mozart in the Jungle Amazon
Nick Nolte Richard Graves Graves Epix
Jeffrey Tambor Maura Pfefferman Transparent Amazon
2017
(75th)
Aziz Ansari Award winner Dev Shah Master of None Netflix [57]
Anthony Anderson Andre "Dre" Johnson, Sr. Black-ish ABC
Kevin Bacon Dick I Love Dick Amazon
William H. Macy Frank Gallagher Shameless Showtime
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
2018
(76th)
Michael Douglas Sandy Kominsky The Kominsky Method Netflix [58]
Jim Carrey Jeff Piccirillo Kidding Showtime
Sacha Baron Cohen Various Characters Who Is America?
Donald Glover Earnest "Earn" Marks Atlanta FX
Bill Hader Barry Berkman / Barry Block Barry HBO

Superlatives

Multiple wins

Wins Name
6 Alan Alda
4 Michael J. Fox
3 Alec Baldwin
2 Bill Cosby
Ted Danson
Kelsey Grammer
Henry Winkler

Multiple nominations

Nominations Name
11 Alan Alda
9 Ted Danson
Michael J. Fox
8 Kelsey Grammer
7 Alec Baldwin
Judd Hirsch
6 Steve Carell
Eric McCormack
Bob Newhart
Carroll O'Connor
5 Tim Allen
Matt LeBlanc
Tony Shalhoub
4 Bill Cosby
David Duchovny
John Goodman
Redd Foxx
Hal Linden
Craig T. Nelson
Paul Reiser
John Ritter
Jerry Seinfeld
3 Zach Braff
Don Cheadle
Larry David
Ricky Gervais
Robert Guillaume
Thomas Jane
Gavin MacLeod
John Lithgow
Richard Mulligan
Jim Parsons
Tony Randall
Burt Reynolds
Charlie Sheen
Jeffrey Tambor
Bruce Willis
Flip Wilson
2 Anthony Anderson
Aziz Ansari
Jason Bateman
Herschel Bernardi
Louis C.K.
Dabney Coleman
Tony Danza
Gael García Bernal
Donald Glover
Jack Klugman
Jason Lee
Bernie Mac
William H. Macy
Matthew Morrison
Frankie Muniz
Ed O'Neill
Ray Romano
Fred Savage
George Segal
Garry Shandling
Will Smith
Robin Williams
Henry Winkler

See also

References

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Andy Samberg

Andy Samberg (born August 18, 1978) is an American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and musician. He is a member of the comedy music group The Lonely Island and was a cast member on Saturday Night Live (2005–2012), where he and his fellow group members have been credited with popularizing the SNL Digital Shorts.Samberg has starred in several films, including Hot Rod (2007), I Love You, Man (2009), That's My Boy (2012), Celeste and Jesse Forever (2012), Hotel Transylvania (2012), Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015), Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018), Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016), and Storks (2016).

Since 2013, he stars as Jake Peralta in the police sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, for which he was awarded a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy in 2014.

Bruce Willis filmography

Bruce Willis is a German-born American actor, producer with Cheyenne Enterprises, and singer. The following is a filmography of his work.

Willis's career began in television in 1984, most notably as David Addison in Moonlighting (1984–1989), and has continued both in television and film since, including comedic, dramatic, and action roles. He is well known for the role of John McClane in the Die Hard series, which were mostly critical and uniformly financial successes. He has also appeared in over sixty films, including box office successes like Death Becomes Her (1992), Pulp Fiction (1994), 12 Monkeys (1995), The Fifth Element (1997), Armageddon (1998), The Sixth Sense (1999), Unbreakable (2000), Sin City (2005), Red (2010), Moonrise Kingdom (2012), The Expendables 2 (2012), and Looper (2012).

Motion pictures featuring Willis have grossed US$2.64 billion to 3.05 billion at North American box offices, making him the ninth-highest-grossing actor in a leading role and twelfth-highest-grossing, including supporting roles. He is a two-time Emmy Award–winning, Golden Globe Award–winning, and four-time Saturn Award–nominated actor.

Charlie Sheen

Carlos Irwin Estévez (born September 3, 1965), known professionally as Charlie Sheen, is an American actor. Sheen has appeared in films including Platoon (1986), Wall Street (1987), Young Guns (1988), Eight Men Out (1988), Major League (1989), Hot Shots! (1991), and The Three Musketeers (1993).

In the 2000s, Sheen replaced Michael J. Fox in Spin City, his performance earning him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy. He then starred in Two and a Half Men which earned him several Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominations. He most recently starred in the FX comedy series Anger Management, which concluded its 100-episode run in 2014. In 2010, Sheen was the highest paid actor on television and earned US$1.8 million per episode of Two and a Half Men.Sheen's personal life has made headlines, including reports of alcohol and drug abuse and marital problems, as well as allegations of domestic violence. In March 2011, his contract for Two and a Half Men was terminated by CBS and Warner Bros. following his derogatory comments about the series' creator, Chuck Lorre. On November 17, 2015, Sheen publicly revealed that he is HIV positive, having been diagnosed about four years earlier.

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

The Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series is one of the award categories presented annually by the Critics' Choice Television Awards (BTJA) (US) 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.

Don Cheadle

Donald Frank Cheadle Jr. (; born November 29, 1964) is an American actor. Following early roles in Hamburger Hill (1987), and as the gangster "Rocket" in the film Colors (1988), Cheadle built his career in the 1990s with roles in Devil in a Blue Dress (1995), Rosewood (1997) and Boogie Nights (1997). His collaboration with director Steven Soderbergh resulted in the films Out of Sight (1998), Traffic (2000) and Ocean's Eleven (2001).

Cheadle was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor for his lead role as Rwandan hotel manager Paul Rusesabagina in the historical genocide drama film Hotel Rwanda (2004). From 2012 to 2016, he starred as Marty Kaan on the Showtime comedy series House of Lies; he won a Golden Globe Award in 2013 for the role.

Cheadle extended his global recognition with his role of War Machine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Iron Man 2 (2010), Iron Man 3 (2013), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Captain America: Civil War (2016), Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019).

Episodes (TV series)

Episodes is an American-British television comedy series created by David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik and produced by Hat Trick Productions. It premiered on Showtime in the United States on January 9, 2011 and on BBC Two in the United Kingdom on January 10, 2011. The show is about a British husband-and-wife comedy writing team who travel to Hollywood to remake their successful British TV series, with unexpected results. It stars Matt LeBlanc portraying a satirical version of himself.

On June 10, 2015, it was announced that Showtime had renewed Episodes for a fifth season, which was due to begin filming in London in 2016. On April 11, 2016, Season 5 was confirmed to be the show's last; it consists of seven episodes and premiered on August 20, 2017. The series finale, Season 5's "Episode Seven", aired on October 8, 2017.Episodes has received positive reviews by critics, with specific praise being given to the performances of stars Stephen Mangan, Tamsin Greig, and Matt LeBlanc. For his performance in the series Matt LeBlanc won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy and has been nominated for four Primetime Emmy Awards.

Gael García Bernal

Gael García Bernal (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡaˈel ɣaɾˈsi.a βeɾˈnal]; born 30 November 1978) is a Mexican film actor, director, model, and producer. García Bernal is best known for his performances in the films Bad Education, The Motorcycle Diaries, Amores perros, Y Tu Mamá También, Babel and Coco, and for his role as Rodrigo de Souza in the Amazon Studios' web television series Mozart in the Jungle. He and Diego Luna founded Canana Films in Mexico City.

García Bernal was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for The Motorcycle Diaries in 2005, and in 2016 won his first Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Television Series Musical Or Comedy for Mozart in the Jungle. In 2016, Time Magazine named him in the annual Time 100 most influential people list.

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

Hank Moody

Henry James "Hank" Moody, portrayed by David Duchovny, is a fictional character and the protagonist of the Showtime television series Californication. Moody is an esteemed but erratic writer who frequently becomes embroiled in bizarre, and in some cases, scandalous situations. Duchovny has received praise for his performance, winning the 2008 Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy and being nominated for the same honor three more times.

House of Lies

House of Lies is an American comedy television series created by Matthew Carnahan. The show, which premiered on Showtime on January 8, 2012, is based on the book House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Then Tell You the Time, written by Martin Kihn, a former consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton. It follows a group of management consultants who stop at nothing to get business deals done. On May 17, 2016, Showtime canceled the series after five seasons, with the series finale airing June 12, 2016.

J.D. (Scrubs)

John Michael "J.D." Dorian, M.D., is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the American comedy-drama television series Scrubs. Played by Zach Braff, he acts as narrator and main character of the series from the first season to the eighth, providing voice-overs that reveal his internal thoughts and an overall narration in the show, often linking the story arcs in each episode thematically.

J.D. appears in every episode during the first eight seasons except two season 8 episodes: "My Absence," in which he is only heard through a cellphone, and "My Full Moon"; he later partially returns as a major character in the first six episodes of the ninth and final season to help transition the series into its new format. Braff also briefly portrayed the character in the spin-off series Scrubs: Interns and the Muppets film It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie.

Both the character and Braff's performance were positively received. Braff was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series in 2005 and received three consecutive Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy nominations from 2005 to 2007.

Judd Hirsch

Judd Seymore Hirsch (born March 15, 1935) is an American actor known for playing Alex Rieger on the television comedy series Taxi (1978–1983), John Lacey on the NBC series Dear John (1988–1992), and Alan Eppes on the CBS series NUMB3RS (2005–2010). He is also well known for his career in theatre and for his roles in films such as Ordinary People (1980), Running on Empty (1988), Independence Day (1996), and A Beautiful Mind (2001).

He has twice won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, twice won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play, won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy and has been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also starred as Arthur Przybyszewski in the CBS situation comedy Superior Donuts.

Maura Pfefferman

Maura Pfefferman, formerly Mort Pfefferman, is a fictional character on American web series Transparent, created by Jill Soloway, the series creator and showrunner. Maura is a divorced, Jewish, L.A.-located retired college professor of Political Science and parent of three who comes out as transgender. The character is portrayed by actor Jeffrey Tambor. The role and Tambor's performance have received critical acclaim; among other awards, Tambor has won his first Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series in 2015 for the role, and has twice been nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy, winning once in 2015.

Nick Nolte

Nicholas King Nolte (born February 8, 1941) is an American actor, producer, author, and former model. He won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for the 1991 film The Prince of Tides. He went on to receive Academy Award nominations for Affliction (1998) and Warrior (2011). His other film appearances include The Deep (1977), Who'll Stop The Rain (1978), North Dallas Forty (1979), 48 Hrs. (1982), Teachers (1984), Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986), Another 48 Hrs. (1990), Everybody Wins (1990), Cape Fear (1991), Lorenzo's Oil (1992), The Thin Red Line (1998), The Good Thief (2002), Hulk (2003), Hotel Rwanda (2004), Tropic Thunder (2008), and A Walk in the Woods (2015). He was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy for his role in the TV series Graves.

Robert Guillaume

Robert Guillaume (born Robert Peter Williams; November 30, 1927 – October 24, 2017) was an American actor, known for his role as Isaac Jaffe on Sports Night and as Benson in the television series Soap and the spin-off Benson, as well as for voicing the mandrill Rafiki in The Lion King. In a career that spanned more than 50 years he worked extensively on stage, television and film. For his efforts he was nominated for a Tony Award for his portrayal of Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, and twice won an Emmy Award for his portrayal of the character Benson DuBois, once in 1979 on Soap and in 1985 on Benson. He also won a Grammy Award in 1995 for his spoken word performance of an audiobook version of The Lion King.

Steve Carell

Steven John Carell (; born August 16, 1962) is an American actor, comedian, writer, and director. He is well known for his portrayal of gaffe-prone boss Michael Scott on the American version of The Office (2005–2013), on which he also worked as an occasional producer, writer and director.

Carell was a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart from 1999 to 2005. He has starred in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005), Evan Almighty (2007), Get Smart (2008), Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011), The Incredible Burt Wonderstone and The Way, Way Back (both 2013). He has also voice acted in Over the Hedge (2006), Horton Hears a Who! (2008) and the Despicable Me franchise (2010–2017). In 2016, Carell co-created the TBS comedy series Angie Tribeca with his wife, Nancy Carell.

Carell was nominated as "America's funniest man" in Life magazine, and received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy for his work on the first season of The Office. His role as wrestling coach and convicted murderer John Eleuthère du Pont in the drama film Foxcatcher (2014) earned him, among various honors, nominations for the Academy Award for Best Actor, the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama and the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. He also received acclaim for his roles in Little Miss Sunshine (2006), The Big Short (2015), and Battle of the Sexes (2017), the latter two earning him his eighth and ninth Golden Globe Award nominations, respectively.

Tony Shalhoub

Anthony Marcus Shalhoub ( shə-LOOB; born October 9, 1953) is an American actor.

His television work includes Antonio Scarpacci in NBC sitcom Wings and detective Adrian Monk in the USA TV series Monk, for which he has won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy, two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series and three Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.

He has also had a successful film career as a character actor, with roles in films such as Barton Fink (1991), Big Night (1996), Men in Black (1997), The Siege (1998), Galaxy Quest (1999), Spy Kids (2001), The Man Who Wasn't There (2001), Cars (2006), 1408 (2007), and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014).

For his work on the Broadway stage, Shalhoub has received four Tony nominations, his first for Best Featured Actor in a Play for Conversations with My Father in 1992. His subsequent nominations included Golden Boy (2013) and Act One (2014), before winning the 2018 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance as Tewfiq Zakaria in The Band's Visit. Shalhoub currently plays Abe Weissman, the father of the title character, on Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

Will Schuester

William Michael Schuester, often referred to as Mr. Schue, is a fictional character from the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee. The character is portrayed by actor Matthew Morrison and has appeared in Glee since its pilot episode, first broadcast on May 19, 2009. Will was developed by Glee creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan. He is a Spanish teacher at the fictional William McKinley High School and the director of the show's titular glee club in Lima Ohio, where the show is set. He ultimately becomes the school's principal. His storylines have seen him revive the school's failing glee club, leave his wife Terri (Jessalyn Gilsig), and ultimately win the love of school guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury (Jayma Mays) and marry her.

Morrison was cast as Will after Murphy spent three months observing actors on Broadway. Several musical performances featuring him have been released as singles, available for digital download, and also appear on the soundtrack albums Glee: The Music, Volume 1 and Glee: The Music, Volume 2, among others. Morrison was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards for his performance in the role. The character initially received some negative reviews from critics, deemed "a little drab" by Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times. However, as the series progressed, Morrison attracted praise for his acting in the role, with critics also commenting positively on the development of the romantic relationship between Will and Emma.

Zackary Arthur

Zackary Arthur (born September 12, 2006) is an American child actor, best known for playing Sammy Sullivan in The 5th Wave and Zack Novak in the series Transparent.

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