Logie Award for Most Popular Actor

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Logie Award for Most Popular Actor
Awarded for Most Popular Actor
Country Australia
Presented by TV Week
First awarded 1977
Currently held by Chris Lilley (2014)
Most awards Paul Cronin and Martin Sacks (5)
Official website www.tvweeklogieawards.com.au

The Silver Logie for Most Popular Actor is an award presented annually at the Australian TV Week Logie Awards. It was first awarded at the 19th Annual TV Week Logie Awards, held in 1977 when the award was originally called Most Popular Australian Lead Actor.[1] The award is given to recognise the standout performance of an actor in an Australian program. Paul Cronin and Martin Sacks hold the record for the most wins, with five each, followed by Grant Dodwell, Craig McLachlan and Hugh Sheridan with three wins each.

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  21. ^ "2010 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 
  22. ^ "2011 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 
  23. ^ "2012 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 
  24. ^ "2013 Logie Awards". Australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 
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