List of awards and nominations received by Frasier

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This is a list of the major awards won and nominations received by Frasier.

Art Directors Guild[edit]

  • 1996: Excellence in Production Design – Television Series (nominated)
  • 1997: Excellence in Production Design – Television Series (nominated)

Directors Guild of America Awards[edit]

  • 1993: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (James Burrows for "The Good Son", won)
  • 1994: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (Rick Beren for "The Unkindest Cut of All", nominated)
  • 1994: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (David Lee for "The Matchmaker", won)
  • 1995: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (David Lee for "Daphne's Room", nominated)
  • 1997: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (Pamela Fryman for "Halloween: Part 1", nominated)
  • 1998: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer for "Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz", nominated)
  • 1999: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (Pamela Fryman for "The Flight Before Christmas", nominated)
  • 1999: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (Katy Garretson for "Dr. Nora", nominated)
  • 2000: Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (Pamela Fryman for "And the Dish Ran Away With the Spoon: Parts 1 & 2", nominated)
2 wins

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

  • 1993: Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1993: Best Series – Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • 1993: Best Supporting Actor – (Mini)Series or TV Film (John Mahoney, nominated)
  • 1994: Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1994: Best Series – Musical or Comedy (won, tie with Mad About You)
  • 1994: Best Supporting Actor – (Mini)Series or TV Film (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1994: Best Supporting Actress – (Mini)Series or TV Film (Jane Leeves, nominated)
  • 1995: Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, won)
  • 1995: Best Series – Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • 1995: Best Supporting Actor – (Mini)Series or TV Film (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1996: Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1996: Best Series – Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • 1996: Best Supporting Actor – (Mini)Series or TV Film (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1997: Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1997: Best Series – Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • 1997: Best Supporting Actor – (Mini)Series or TV Film (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1998: Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1998: Best Series – Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • 2000: Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, won)
  • 2000: Best Series – Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • 2000: Best Supporting Actor – (Mini)Series or TV Film (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 2000: Best Supporting Actor – (Mini)Series or TV Film (John Mahoney, nominated)
  • 2001: Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 2001: Best Series – Musical or Comedy (nominated)
3 wins and 21 nominations

NAACP Image Awards[edit]

  • 1997: Outstanding Supporting Actor – Comedy Series (James Earl Jones, nominated)
  • 2000: Outstanding Supporting Actress – Comedy Series (Kim Coles, nominated)

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result
1994 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
for "Dr. Niles Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Ken Levine & David Isaacs
for "The Show Where Lilith Comes Back"
Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Thomas J. Huth, Sam Black, Bobby Douglas & Robert Crosby
for "A Midwinter Night's Dream"
Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Main Title Theme Music Bruce Miller & Darryl Phinnessee
for "Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs"
Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Art Direction for a Series Roy Christopher, Sharon Viljoen & Ron Olsen
for "A Midwinter Night's Dream"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series John Glover
as "Ned Miller"
Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
for "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Won
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series David Angell, Peter Casey & David Lee
for "The Good Son"
Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series – Multi-Camera Production Ron Wolk
for "The Show Where Lilith Comes Back"
Won
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series James Burrows
for "The Good Son"
Won
Outstanding Comedy Series Won
1995 Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Joe Keenan
for "The Matchmaker"
Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure, Thomas J. Huth, David M. Weishaar, Robert Douglass
for "Adventures in Paradise Part II"
Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series – Multi-Camera Production Ron Wolk
for "The Matchmaker"
Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Art Direction for a Series Ron Wolk & Ron Olsen

for "The Innkeepers"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series JoBeth Williams
as "Madeline Marshall"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Bebe Neuwirth
as "Dr. Lilith Sternin"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Nathan Lane
as "Phil"
Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
for "Dr. Niles Crane"
Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
for "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Won
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Chuck Ranberg & Anne Flett-Giordano
for "An Affair To Forget"
Won
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series David Lee
for "The Matchmaker"
Won
Outstanding Comedy Series Won
1996 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
for "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series – Multi-Camera Production Timothy Mozer
for "The Adventures Of Bad Boy And Dirty Girl"
Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Casting for a Series Jeff Greenberg
for "Casting"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Shelley Long
as "Diane Chambers"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Harris Yulin
as "Jerome Belasco"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Griffin Dunne
as "Bob"
Nominated
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Joe Keenan, Christopher Lloyd, Rob Greenberg, Jack Burditt, Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo, Anne Flett-Giordano & Chuck Ranberg
for "Moon Dance"
Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure, Thomas J. Huth, David M. Weishaar & Robert Douglass
for "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine"
Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series – Multi-Camera Production Ron Volk
for "The Show Where Diane Comes Back"
Won
Outstanding Comedy Series Won
1997 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special John Reiner, Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass & Dana Mark McClure
for "Liar, Liar!"
Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
as "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Marsha Mason
as "Sherry Dempsey"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series James Earl Jones
as "Norman"
Nominated
Outstanding Editing for a Series – Multi-Camera Production Ron Volk
for "To Kill a Talking Bird"
Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Series Jeff Greenberg
for "Cast"
Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series David Lee
for "To Kill a Talking Bird"
Won
Outstanding Comedy Series Won
1998 Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Joe Keenan
for "The Ski Lodge"
Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Leeves
as "Daphne Moon"
Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure, John Reiner, Andre Caporaso & Robert Douglass
for "Beware Of Greeks"
Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Janet Ashikaga
for "Roz and the Schnoz"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Patti LuPone
as "Zora"
Nominated
Outstanding Costume Design for a Series Audrey M. Bansmer
for "Halloween"
Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Series Jeff Greenberg
for "Casting"
Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Won
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Ron Wolk
for "Room Service"
Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
as "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Won
Outstanding Comedy Series Won
1999 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series John Mahoney
as "Martin Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure, Thomas J. Huth, Andre Caporaso & Robert Douglass
for "Three Valentines"
Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Ron Wolk
for "Shutout in Seattle"
Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
as "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Piper Laurie
as "Mrs. Mulhern"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Christine Baranski
as "Dr. Nora Fairchild"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Woody Harrelson
as "Woody Boyd"
Nominated
Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Jay Kogen
for "Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz"
Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Won
2000 Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Christopher Lloyd & Joe Keenan
for "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue"
Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure, Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass & Thomas J. Huth
for "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue"
Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Ron Wolk
for "Dark Side of the Moon"
Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
as "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony LaPaglia
as "Simon Moon"
Nominated
Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Ron Wolk & Scott Maisano
for "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue"
Won
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Jean Smart
as "Lorna Lenley"
Won
2001 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure, Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass & Thomas J. Huth
for "Hooping Cranes"
Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
as "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Victor Garber
as "Ferguson"
Nominated
Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Ken Lamkin
for "And The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon"
Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Jeff Greenberg
for "Cast"
Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series Roy Christopher & Ron Olsen
for "Cranes Go Caribbean"
Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Ron Wolk
for "Daphne Returns"
Won
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Jean Smart
as "Lana Gardner"
Won
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Derek Jacobi
as "Jackson Hedley"
Won
2002 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
as "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Brian Cox
as "Harry Moon"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Adam Arkin
as "Tom"
Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Ken Lamkin
for "Deathtrap"
Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Jeff Greenberg
for "Casting"
Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special Dana Mark McClure, Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass & Thomas J. Huth
for "Bla-Z-Boy"
Won
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Ron Wolk
for "The Proposal"
Won
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony LaPaglia
as "Simon Moon"
Won
2003 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series John Mahoney
as "Martin Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hydde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special Dana Mark McClure, Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass & Thomas J. Huth
for "Daphne Does Dinner"
Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Ken Lamkin
for "Rooms with A View"
Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Ron Wolk
for "Rooms with A View"
Won
2004 Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Christopher Lloyd & Joe Keenan
for "Goodnight, Seattle"
Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony LaPaglia
as "Simon Moon"
Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Jeff Greenberg
for "Casting"
Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce
as "Dr. Niles Crane"
Won
Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special Dana Mark McClure, Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass & Thomas J. Huth
for "The Doctor Is Out"
Won
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Ron Wolk
for "Goodnight, Seattle"
Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer
as "Dr. Frasier Crane"
Won
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Laura Linney
as "Charlotte"
Won
Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series Roy Christopher, Amy Skjonsby-Winslow & Ron Olsen
for "Freudian Sleep" and "Caught In The Act"
Won

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

  • 1995: Television Producer of the Year Award – Episodic (won)
  • 2000: Television Producer of the Year Award – Episodic Comedy (nominated)
  • 2001: Television Producer of the Year Award – Episodic Comedy (nominated)
1 win

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

  • 1994: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1994: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1994: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 1995: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1995: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (David Hyde Pierce, won)
  • 1995: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 1996: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1996: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1996: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 1997: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1997: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1997: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 1998: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1998: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1998: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 1999: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1999: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 1999: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (won)
  • 2000: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 2000: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 2000: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2001: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 2001: Outstanding Actor – Comedy Series (David Hyde Pierce, nominated)
  • 2001: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2002: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2003: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2004: Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series (nominated)
2 wins

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

  • 1994: Outstanding Achievement in Comedy (won)
  • 1995: Outstanding Achievement in Comedy (won)
  • 1996: Outstanding Achievement in Comedy (won)
  • 1997: Outstanding Achievement in Comedy (nominated)
  • 1997: Individual Achievement in Comedy (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 1997: Individual Achievement in Comedy (David Hyde Pierce, won)
  • 1998: Outstanding Achievement in Comedy (nominated)
  • 1998: Individual Achievement in Comedy (David Hyde Pierce, won)
  • 1999: Individual Achievement in Comedy (Kelsey Grammer, nominated)
  • 2000: Outstanding Achievement in Comedy (nominated)
  • 2004: Heritage Award (nominated)
5 wins

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

  • 1995: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Elias Davis and David Pollock for "The Club", nominated)
  • 1995: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Joe Keenan for "The Matchmaker", won)
  • 1997: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Rob Greenberg for "The Impossible Dream", nominated)
  • 1998: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Rob Greenberg for "Frasier's Imaginary Friend", won)
  • 1999: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Jay Kogen for "Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz", won)
  • 2000: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Joe Keenan and Christopher Lloyd for "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue", won)
  • 2000: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Joe Keenan for "Out With Dad", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Bob Daily, Lori Kirkland and Dan O'Shannon for "Rooms with a View", won)
  • 2003: Best Writing – Episodic Comedy (Bob Daily for "No Sex, Please, We're Skittish", won)
6 wins

Other[edit]