International Emmy Award for Best Actor

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International Emmy Award for Best Actor
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actor
Country United States
Presented by International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
First awarded 2005
Currently held by Stephen Dillane,
The Tunnel (2014)
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The International Emmy Award for Best Actor, is a category of the International Emmy Award, held since 2005 and which awards actors outside the United States.

The first actor awarded the International Emmy was Frenchman Thierry Frémont for her performance in the television movie Dans la tête du tueur. At the 2007 awards ceremony, the British Jim Broadbent won the award with the Dutch Pierre Bokma. From 2007 to 2011 the Emmy was delivered to British actors David Suchet, Ben Whishaw, Bob Hoskins and Christopher Eccleston, the Argentine Dario Grandinetti broke the hegemony the UK in 2012 when he was awarded for his role in the series Televisión por la Inclusion, becoming the only non-European to win in this category yet.

The United Kingdom has established itself as the biggest winner in category with 8 wins in total. The current holder of the award is the British Stephen Dillane.

Winners and Indicated[edit]

Year Actress Work Country Result
2005[1] Thierry Frémont Dans la tête du tueur  France Won
David Walliams for Little Britain  United Kingdom Nominated
Douglas Silva for Cidade dos Homens  Brazil Nominated
Rhys Ifans for Not Only But Always  Wales Nominated
2006[2] Ray Winstone Vincent  United Kingdom Won
Bernard Farcy for Le grand Charles  France Nominated
Bernard Hill for A Very Social Secretary  United Kingdom Nominated
Lin Shen for The confession of Feng Qi  People's Republic of China Nominated
2007[3] Pierre Bokma (tie) De uitverkorene  Netherlands Won
Jim Broadbent (tie) The Street  United Kingdom Won
Bobby Au-yeung for Dicey Business  Hong Kong Nominated
Lázaro Ramos for Cobras & Lagartos  Brazil Nominated
2008[4] David Suchet Maxwell  United Kingdom Won
Pedro Cardoso for A Grande Família  Brazil Nominated
Karl Markovics for Franz Fuchs  Austria Nominated
Wang Chengyang for Thei-go King and his son  People's Republic of China Nominated
2009[5] Ben Whishaw Criminal Justice  United Kingdom Won
Oscar Olivares for Capadócia  Mexico Nominated
Robert de Hoog for Skin  Netherlands Nominated
Chen Li for Ultimate Rescue  People's Republic of China Nominated
2010[6] Bob Hoskins The Street  United Kingdom Won
Sebastian Koch for Sea Wolf  Germany Nominated
Sid Lucero for Dahil may isang ikaw  Philippines Nominated
Leonardo Sbaraglia for Epitafios 2  Argentina Nominated
2011[7] Christopher Eccleston Accused  United Kingdom Won
Fábio Assunção for Dalva e Herivelto - Uma Canção de Amor  Brazil Nominated
Jang Hyuk for The Slave Hunters  South Korea Nominated
Michael Nyqvist for Millennium  Sweden Nominated
2012[8] Darío Grandinetti Televisión por la Inclusión  Argentina Won
Arthur Acuña for The Kitchen Musical  Singapore Nominated
Jason Isaacs for Case Histories  United Kingdom Nominated
Stein Winge for Norwegian Cozy  Norway Nominated
Zhu Yawen for Flying Eagle  People's Republic of China Nominated
2013[9] Sean Bean Accused  United Kingdom Won
Heino Ferch for Anatomy Of Revenge  Germany Nominated
Marcos Palmeira for Mandrake  Brazil Nominated
Shinichi Tsutsumi for Yasu – A Single Father’s Story  Japan Nominated
2014[10] Stephen Dillane The Tunnel  United Kingdom Won
Claude Legault for 19-2  Canada Nominated
Pablo Rago for Televisión por la Justicia  Argentina Nominated
Xiubo Wu for The Orphan of Zhao  People's Republic of China Nominated


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