List of awards and nominations received by The West Wing

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This is the list of awards and nominations received by the television series The West Wing (1999–2006).

By award[edit]

Art Directors Guild[edit]

  • 1999: Excellence in Production Design - TV Series (for "Pilot", won)
  • 2001: Excellence in Production Design - Single Camera Series' Episode (for "Bartlet for America", nominated)
1 win

Costume Designers Guild[edit]

  • 2000: Excellence in Costume Design - Contemporary Series (nominated)

Directors Guild of America[edit]

  • 1999: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Thomas Schlamme for "Pilot", nominated)
  • 2000: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Paris Barclay for "The Portland Trip", nominated)
  • 2000: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Thomas Schlamme for "Noel", won)
  • 2001: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Paris Barclay for "The Indians in the Lobby", nominated)
  • 2001: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Thomas Schlamme for "Two Cathedrals", nominated)
  • 2002: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Paris Barclay for "Debate Camp", nominated)
  • 2002: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Alex Graves for "Posse Comitatus", nominated)
  • 2003: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Chris Misiano for "25", won)
2 wins

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

  • 1999: Best Actor - Drama Series (Rob Lowe for playing "Sam Seaborn", nominated)
  • 1999: Best Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen for playing "President Josiah Bartlet", nominated)
  • 1999: Best Series - Drama (nominated)
  • 2000: Best Actor - Drama Series (Rob Lowe, nominated)
  • 2000: Best Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, won)
  • 2000: Best Series - Drama (won)
  • 2000: Best Supporting Actor - (Mini)Series or TV Film (Bradley Whitford for playing "Josh Lyman", nominated)
  • 2000: Best Supporting Actress - (Mini)Series or TV Film (Allison Janney for playing "Claudia Jean Cregg", nominated)
  • 2001: Best Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, nominated)
  • 2001: Best Series - Drama (nominated)
  • 2001: Best Supporting Actor - (Mini)Series or TV Film (Bradley Whitford, nominated)
  • 2001: Best Supporting Actress - (Mini)Series or TV Film (Allison Janney, nominated)
  • 2002: Best Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, nominated)
  • 2002: Best Actress - Drama Series (Allison Janney, nominated)
  • 2002: Best Series - Drama (nominated)
  • 2002: Best Supporting Actor - (Mini)Series or TV Film (John Spencer for playing "Leo McGarry", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Supporting Actor - (Mini)Series or TV Film (Bradley Whitford, nominated)
  • 2003: Best Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, nominated)
  • 2003: Best Actress - Drama Series (Allison Janney, nominated)
  • 2003: Best Series - Drama (nominated)
2 wins

Peabody Awards[edit]

  • 1999: Peabody Award (won)[1]
  • 2000: Peabody Award (won)[2]
2 wins

Emmy Awards[edit]

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2000 Outstanding Drama Series[3] Kristin Harms, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells and Llewellyn Wells Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[3] Martin Sheen "Take This Sabbath Day" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[3] Richard Schiff "In Excelsis Deo" Won
John Spencer "Let Bartlet Be Bartlet" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[3] Allison Janney "Celestial Navigation" Won
Stockard Channing "The State Dinner" + "He Shall, from Time to Time..." Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Aaron Sorkin & Rick Cleveland "In Excelsis Deo" Won
Aaron Sorkin "Pilot" Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[3] Thomas Schlamme "Pilot" Won
2001 Outstanding Drama Series[3] Kevin Falls, Kristin Harms, Michael Hissrich, Lawrence O'Donnell, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells and Llewellyn Wells Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[3] Martin Sheen Nominated
Rob Lowe Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[3] Bradley Whitford Won
John Spencer Nominated
Richard Schiff Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[3] Allison Janney Won
Stockard Channing Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Aaron Sorkin "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen Part I & Part II" Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[3] Thomas Schlamme "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen Part I & Part II" Won
Laura Innes "Shibboleth" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series[3] Oliver Platt —" Nominated
2002 Outstanding Drama Series[3] Kristin Harms, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells and Llewellyn Wells Won
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Allison Janney Won
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series Paris Barclay "The Indians in the Lobby" Nominated
Alex Graves "Posse Comitatus" Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[3] Martin Sheen Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series John Spencer Won
Dule Hill Nominated
Richard Schiff Nominated
Bradley Whitford Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stockard Channing Won
Mary-Louise Parker Nominated
Janel Moloney Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Aaron Sorkin "Posse Comitatus" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Mark Harmon Nominated
Tim Matheson Nominated
Ron Silver Nominated
2003 Outstanding Drama Series[3] Kristin Harms, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells and Llewellyn Wells Won
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series Christopher Misiano "Twenty Five" Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[3] Martin Sheen Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Allison Janney Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series John Spencer Nominated
Bradley Whitford Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stockard Channing Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Matthew Perry Nominated
Tim Matheson Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Aaron Sorkin "Twenty Five" Nominated
2004 Outstanding Drama Series[3] Eli Attie, Carol Flint, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Alexa Junge, Christopher Misiano, Peter Noah, Paul Redford, Andrew Stearn, John Wells, Llewellyn Wells and John Sacret Young Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series[3] Allison Janney Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[3] Martin Sheen Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[3] John Spencer Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[3] Stockard Channing Nominated
Janel Moloney Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series[3] Matthew Perry Nominated
2005 Outstanding Drama Series[3] Eli Attie, Carol Flint, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Michael Hissrich, Christopher Misiano, Peter Noah, Andrew Stearn, John Wells and John Sacret Young Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[3] Alan Alda Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[3] Stockard Channing Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[3] Alex Graves "2162 Votes"[4] Nominated
2006 Outstanding Drama Series[3] Eli Attie, Debora Cahn, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Michael Hissrich, Christopher Misiano, Peter Noah, Lawrence O'Donnell, Andrew Stearn, Patrick Ward, John Wells Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[3] Alan Alda Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[3] Martin Sheen Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series[3] Allison Janney Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[3] Mimi Leder "Election Day"[5] Nominated

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2000 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series Jon Hutman, Tony Fanning and Ellen Totleben "Pilot" Won
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Barbara Miller, John Frank Levey and Kevin Scott Won
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth "Pilot" Won
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Lyn Paolo and Alice Daniels "The State Dinner" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Series
Bill Johnson "In Excelsis Deo" Nominated
Tina Hirsch "What Kind of Day Has It Been" Nominated
Outstanding Main Title Design Billy Pittard and Mark Johnston Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Kenneth B. Ross, Dan Hiland, Gary D. Rogers and Len Schmitz "In Excelsis Deo" Nominated
2001 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Barbara Miller, John Frank Levey and Kevin Scott Won
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth "Noel" Won
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Series Bill Johnson "Two Cathedrals" Won
Outstanding Single Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Mark Weingarden, Gary D. Rogers, and Dan Hiland "In The Shadow of Two Gunmen: Part 2" Won
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series Kenneth Hardy and Ellen Totleben "Noel" Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series W.G. Snuffy Walden "In The Shadow of Two Gunmen" Nominated
2002 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Barbara Miller and Anthony Sepulveda Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series Kenneth Hardy and Ellen Totleben "Manchester, part 2" Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth "Bartlet for America" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Series Lauren A. Schaffer "Bartlet for America" Nominated
Janet Ashikaga "100,000 Airplanes" Nominated
2003 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series Kenneth Hardy and Ellen Totleben "20 Hours in America, parts 1 & 2" Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Barbara Miller and Anthony Sepulveda Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth "Holy Night" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Series Janet Ashikaga "Twenty Five" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Patrick Hanson, Gary D. Rogers, and Dan Hiland "Twenty Five" Nominated
2004 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series[3] Laura Sciff Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series[3] Kenneth Hardy and Ellen Totleben "Gaza"[6] Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series[3] Patrick Hanson, Dan Hiland and Gary Rogers "Gaza"[6] Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series[3] Thomas Del Ruth "7A WF 83429"[6] Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[3] Casey Crabtree, Mike Crabtree, Catherine Flynn, Rick Hammel, Troy Hardy, Tom Harris, Rick Hromadka, Walter Newman, Gabrielle Reeves, John Reynolds, David Werntz and Darren Wright "An Khe"[6] Nominated
2005 Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series[3] Patrick Hanson, Dan Hiland and Gary D. Rogers "2162 Votes"[4] Nominated
2006 Outstanding Multi-camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special[3] Edward J. Greene and Andrew Strauber "The Debate"[7] Won

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Writers Guild of America Award

Year Category Nominee(s) Work Result
2001 Episodic Drama Aaron Sorkin and Rick Cleveland "In Excelsis Deo" Won
Ron Osborn (teleplay), Jeff Reno (teleplay), Rick Cleveland (story), Lawrence O'Donnell (story), and Patrick Caddell (story) "Enemies" Nominated
Aaron Sorkin (teleplay/story), Lawrence O'Donnell (story), and Paul Redford (story) "Take The Sabbath Day" Nominated
2002 Episodic Drama Paul Redford and Aaron Sorkin "Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail" Nominated
Aaron Sorkin "Two Cathdrals" Nominated
2003 Episodic Drama Paul Redford and Aaron Sorkin "Game On" Nominated
2004 Episodic Drama[8] Alexa Junge (teleplay and story) and Lauren Schmidt (story) "Disaster Relief" Nominated
2005 Episodic Drama[9] Debora Cahn "The Supremes" Won
Episodic Drama[10] John Sacret Young and Josh Singer "Memorial Day" Nominated
2006 Dramatic Series[11] Eli Attie, Debora Cahn, Carol Flint, Mark Goffman, Alex Graves, Peter Noah, Lawrence O'Donnell, Lauren Schmidt, Josh Singer, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells, Bradley Whitford, John Sacret Young Nominated
Episodic Drama[11] Carol Flint "A Good Day" Nominated
2007 Episodic Drama[12] Eli Attie and John Wells "Election Day Part II" Nominated

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Producers Guild of America Award

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2000 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television John Wells, Aaron Sorkin, and Thomas Schlamme Nominated
2001 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama John Wells, Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, Llewllyn Wells, and Michael Hissrich Won
2002 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama John Wells, Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, Llewllyn Wells, Michael Hissrich, Alex Graves, and Christopher Misiano Won
2003 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama John Wells, Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, Llewllyn Wells, Michael Hissrich, Alex Graves, and Christopher Misiano Nominated
2004 Norman Felton Producer of the Year Award – Episodic Drama[13] Nominated
2005 Norman Felton Producer of the Year Award – Episodic Drama[14] Nominated

Humanitas Prize[edit]

Humanitas Prize

Year Category Nominee(s) Work Result
2000 60-minute ($15,000)[15] Teleplay by: Aaron Sorkin Story by: Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr. & Paul Redford and Aaron Sorkin "Take This Sabbath Day" Won
2000 60-minute ($15,000)[15] Written by: Aaron Sorkin and Rick Cleveland "In Excelsis Deo" Nominated
2002 60-minute ($15,000)[16] Written by: Aaron Sorkin "Two Cathedrals" Won (tied)
2005 60-minute ($15,000)[17] John Wells "NSF Thurmont" Won
2007 60-minute ($15,000)[18] Eli Attie and John Wells "Election Day Part II" Nominated

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

The TCA Awards are presented by the Television Critics Association.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2000 Outstanding Achievement in Drama &mdash Won
Outstanding New Program of the Year &mdash Won
Program of the Year &mdash Won
Individual Achievement in Drama Allison Janney Nominated
Martin Sheen Nominated
Aaron Sorkin Nominated
2001 Outstanding Achievement in Drama Tied with The Sopranos Won
Program of the Year &mdash Nominated
Individual Achievement in Drama Martin Sheen Nominated
2002 Individual Achievement in Drama Martin Sheen Nominated
2006 Hallmark Hall of Fame Heritage Award[19] Won
Individual Achievement in Drama[20] Alan Alda Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

Screen Actors Guild Award

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2000 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[21] Martin Sheen Nominated
2001 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[21] Martin Sheen Won
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series[22] Allison Janney Won
Outstanding Performance in a Drama Series[21] Won
2002 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[21] Martin Sheen Won
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series[22] Allison Janney Won
Outstanding Performance in a Drama Series[21] Won
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series[22] Stockard Channing Nominated
2003 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[21] Martin Sheen Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series[22] Allison Janney Nominated
Outstanding Performance in a Drama Series[21] Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series[22] Lily Tomlin Nominated
2004 Outstanding Performance in a Drama Series[21] Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[21] Martin Sheen Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series[22] Allison Janney Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series[21] Stockard Channing Nominated
2005 Outstanding Performance in a Drama Series[22] Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series[22] Allison Janney Nominated
2006 Outstanding Performance in a Drama Series[23] Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[23] Alan Alda Nominated

American Society of Cinematographers Awards[edit]

American Society of Cinematographers

Year Category Nominee(s) Work Result
2000 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Movies of the Week/Mini-Series/Pilot Thomas Del Ruth "Pilot" Nominated
2001 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series Thomas Del Ruth "Noel" Won
2002 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series Thomas Del Ruth "Bartlet for America" Won
2003 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series Thomas Del Ruth "Holy Night" Nominated
2004 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series[24] Thomas Del Ruth "7A WF 83429" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series[24] Thomas Del Ruth "Gaza" Nominated

Golden Reel Awards[edit]

The Golden Reel Awards are presented annually by the Motion Picture Sound Editors.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2006 Best Sound Editing in Television: Short Form – Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[25] Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Catherine Flynn, Virginia Cook and Steffan Falesitch "The Ticket" Nominated

BMI Film & Television Awards[edit]

BMI Film & Television Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2000 BMI Television Award[26] W. G. "Snuffy" Walden Won
2001 BMI Television Award[27] W. G. "Snuffy" Walden Won
2002 BMI Television Award[28] W. G. "Snuffy" Walden Won
2004 BMI Television Award[29] W. G. "Snuffy" Walden Won
2004 BMI Television Award[30] W. G. "Snuffy" Walden Won
2005 BMI Television Award[31] W. G. "Snuffy" Walden Won

Environmental Media Awards[edit]

Environmental Media Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2004 Television Episodic – Drama[32] "Constituency of One" Nominated

ALMA Awards[edit]

ALMA Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2000 Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen Nominated
2001 Outstanding Actor in a Television Series Martin Sheen Won
2002 Outstanding Actor in a Television Series Martin Sheen Nominated
2006 Best TV Series[33] Won
Best Actor in a TV Series[33] Jimmy Smits Won

Imagen Awards[edit]

Imagen Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Work Result
2000 Best Primetime TV Drama &mdash Won
2005 Best Primetime Series[34][35] John Wells, Christopher Misiano, Alex Graves, Jason Ensler, Eli Attie "La Palabra" Won
Best Actor in Television[34][35] Jimmy Smits "La Palabra" Won
2006 Best Primetime Series[36] John Wells Productions and Warner Bros. Television Won
Best Actor in Television[37] Jimmy Smits Nominated

Young Artist Awards[edit]

Young Artist Award

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2001 Best Performance in a TV Drama Series - Guest Starring Young Actress Elisabeth Moss Nominated
2006 Best Performance in a Television Series (Comedy or Drama) – Guest Starring Young Actor[38] Seth Adkins Nominated

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