Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play

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Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play
Location United States New York City
Presented by American Theatre Wing The Broadway League
Currently held by Mark Rylance for Twelfth Night
Official website http://www.tonyawards.com/en_US/index.html

The Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play is an honor presented at the Tony Awards, a ceremony established in 1947 as the Antoinette Perry Awards for Excellence in Theatre, to actors for quality supporting roles in a Broadway play. Honors in several categories are presented at the ceremony annually by the Tony Award Productions, a joint venture of The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, to "honor the best performances and stage productions of the previous year."[1]

Originally called the Tony Award for Actor, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic), the award was first presented to Arthur Kennedy at the 3rd Tony Awards for his portrayal of Biff Loman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman.[2] Before 1956, nominees' names were not made public;[3] the change was made by the awards committee to "have a greater impact on theatregoers".[4] In 1976, when the award's name changed to its current title, Edward Herrmann, portraying Frank Gardner in George Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession, won the award.[5]

Frank Langella holds the record for having the most wins in this category with a total of two; he is the only person to win the award more than once. Richard Roma in Glengarry Glen Ross and Phil Hogan in A Moon for the Misbegotten are the only characters to take the award multiple times, both winning twice. A supporting actor in each of Neil Simon's Eugene trilogy plays (Brighton Beach Memoirs, Biloxi Blues, and Broadway Bound) has taken the Tony, whereas featured actors in both parts of Tony Kushner's Angels in America series have also won the award.

Award winners[edit]

1940s[edit]

Year Actor Play Character Ref
1949
3rd Tony Awards
Arthur Kennedy Death of a Salesman Biff Loman [2]

1950s[edit]

Year Actor Play Character Ref
1950
4th Tony Awards
N/A N/A N/A [III]
1951
5th Tony Awards
Eli Wallach The Rose Tattoo Alvaro Mangiacavallo [6]
1952
6th Tony Awards
John Cromwell Point of No Return John Gray [7]
1953
7th Tony Awards
John Williams Dial M for Murder Inspector Hubbard [8]
1954
8th Tony Awards
John Kerr Tea and Sympathy Tom Robinson Lee [9]
1955
9th Tony Awards
Francis L. Sullivan Witness for the Prosecution Sir Wilfrid Robats, Q.C. [10]
1956
10th Tony Awards
Ed Begley Inherit the Wind Matthew Harrison Brady [11]
Anthony Franciosa A Hatful of Rain Polo Pope
Andy Griffith Not Time for Sergeants Will Stockdale
Anthony Quayle Tamburlaine the Great Tamburlaine
Fritz Weaver The Chalk Garden Maitland
1957
11th Tony Awards
Frank Conroy The Potting Shed Father William Callifer [12]
Eddie Mayehoff A Visit to a Small Planet General Tom Powers
William Podmore Separate Tables Mr. Fowler
Jason Robards Long Day's Journey into Night James Tyrone, Jr.
1958
12th Tony Awards
Henry Jones Sunrise at Campobello Louis McHenry Howe [13]
Sig Arno Time Remembered Ferdinand
Theodore Bikel The Rope Dancers Dr. Jacobson
Pat Hingle The Dark at the Top of the Stairs Rubin Flood
George Relph The Entertainer Billy
1959
13th Tony Awards
Charlie Ruggles The Pleasure of His Company Mackenzie Savage [14]
Marc Connelly Tall Story Professor Charles Osman
George Grizzard The Disenchanted Shep Stearns
Walter Matthau Once More, with Feeling! Maxwell Archer
Robert Morse Say, Darling Ted Snow
George C. Scott Comes a Day Tydings Glenn

1960s[edit]

Year Actor Play Character Ref
1960
14th Tony Awards
Roddy McDowall The Fighting Cock Tarquin Edward Mendigales [15]
Warren Beatty A Loss of Roses Kenny
Harry Guardino One More River Pompey
Rip Torn Sweet Bird of Youth Tom, Jr.
Lawrence Winters The Long Dream Tyree Tucker
1961
15th Tony Awards
Martin Gabel Big Fish, Little Fish Basil Smythe [16]
Philip Bosco Rape of the Belt Heracles
Eduardo Ciannelli The Devil's Advocate Aurelio
George Grizzard Big Fish, Little Fish Ronnie Johnson
1962
16th Tony Awards
Walter Matthau A Shot in the Dark Benjamin Beaurevers [17]
Godfrey Cambridge Purlie Victorious Gitlow Judson
Joseph Campanella A Gift of Time Daniel Stein
Paul Sparer Ross Auda Abu Tayi
1963
17th Tony Awards
Alan Arkin Enter Laughing David Kolowitz [18]
Barry Gordon A Thousand Clowns Nick Burns
Paul Rogers Photo Finish Reginald Kinsale, Esq.
Frank Silvera The Lady of the Carnellias M. Duval
1964
18th Tony Awards
Hume Cronyn Hamlet Polonius [19]
Lee Allen Marathon '33 Patsy
Michael Dunn The Ballad of the Sad Café Cousin Lyman
Larry Gates A Case of Libel Boyd Bendix
1965
19th Tony Awards
Jack Albertson The Subject Was Roses John Cleary [20]
Murray Hamilton Absence of a Cello Otis Clifton
Martin Sheen The Subject Was Roses Timmy Cleary
Clarence Williams III Slow Dance on the Killing Ground Randall
1966
20th Tony Awards
Patrick Magee Marat/Sade Marquis de Sade [21]
Burt Brinckerhoff Cactus Flower Igor
Larry Haines Generation Stan Herman
Eamon Kelly Philadelphia, Here I Come! S.B. "Screwballs" O'Donnell
1967
21st Tony Awards
Ian Holm The Homecoming Lenny [22]
Clayton Corzatte The School for Scandal Charles Surface
Stephen Elliott Marat/Sade Mr. Coulmier
Sydney Walker The Wild Duck Lt. Ekdal
1968
22nd Tony Awards
James Patterson The Birthday Party Stanley [23]
Paul Hecht Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead The Player
Brian Murray Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead Rosencrantz
John Wood Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead Guildenstern
1969
23rd Tony Awards
Al Pacino Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? Bickham [24]
Richard S. Castellano Lovers and Other Strangers Frank
Anthony Roberts Play It Again, Sam Dick
Louis Zorich Hadrian the Seventh Cardinal Ragna

1970s[edit]

Year Actor Play Character Ref
1970
24th Tony Awards
Ken Howard Child's Play Paul Reese [25]
Joseph Bova The Chinese and Dr. Fish Mr. Lee
Dennis King A Patriot for Me Baron von Epp
1971
25th Tony Awards
Paul Sand Paul Sills' Story Theatre Various Characters[IV] N/A
Ronald Radd Abelard and Heloise Gilies de Vannes
Donald Pickering Conduct Unbecoming Capt. Rupert Harper
Ed Zimmermann The Philanthropist Donald
1972
26th Tony Awards
Vincent Gardenia The Prisoner of Second Avenue Harry Edison [26]
Douglas Rain Vivat! Vivat Regina! William Cecil
Lee Richardson Vivat! Vivat Regina! Lord Bothwell
Joe Silver Lenny Various Characters
1973
27th Tony Awards
John Lithgow The Changing Room Kenny Kendal [27]
Barnard Hughes Much Ado About Nothing Dogberry
John McMartin Don Juan Sganarelle
Hayward Morse Butley Joseph Keyston
1974
28th Tony Awards
Ed Flanders A Moon for the Misbegotten Phil Hogan [28]
René Auberjonois The Good Doctor Performer
Douglas Turner Ward The River Niger Johnny Williams
Dick Anthony Williams What the Wine-Sellers Buy Rico
1975
29th Tony Awards
Frank Langella Seascape Leslie [29]
Larry Blyden Absurd Person Singular Sidney
Leonard Frey The National Health Barnet
Philip Locke Sherlock Holmes Professor Moriarty
George Rose My Fat Friend Henry
Dick Anthony Williams Black Picture Show Alexander
1976
30th Tony Awards
Edward Herrmann Mrs. Warren's Profession Frank Gardner [5]
Barry Bostwick They Knew What They Wanted Joe
Gabriel Dell Lamppost Reunion Fred Santora
Daniel Seltzer Knock Knock Cohn
1977
31st Tony Awards
Jonathan Pryce Comedians Gethin Price [30]
Bob Dishy Sly Fox Abner Truckle
Joe Fields The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel Sgt. Tower
Laurence Luckinbill The Shadow Box Brian
1978
32nd Tony Awards
Lester Rawlins Da Drumm [31]
Morgan Freeman The Mighty Gents Zeke
Victor Garber Deathtrap Clifford Anderson
Cliff Gorman Chapter Two Leo
1979
33rd Tony Awards
Michael Gough Bedroom Farce Ernest [32]
Bob Balaban The Inspector General Óssip
Joseph Maher Spokesong The Trick Cyclist
Edward James Olmos Zoot Suit El Pachuco

1980s[edit]

Year Actor Play Character Ref
1980
34th Tony Awards
David Rounds Morning's at Seven Homer Bolton [33]
David Dukes Bent Horst
George Hearn Watch on the Rhine Kurt Muller
Earle Hyman The Lady from Dubuque Oscar
Joseph Maher Night and Day Geoffrey Carson
1981
35th Tony Awards
Brian Backer The Floating Light Bulb Paul Pollack [34]
Tom Aldredge The Little Foxes Horace
Adam Redfield A Life Desmond
Shepperd Strudwick To Grandmother's House We Go Jared
1982
36th Tony Awards
Zakes Mokae "Master Harold"...and the Boys Sam [35]
Richard Kavanaugh The Hothouse Gibbs
Edward Petherbridge The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Newman Noggs
David Threlfall The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Smike
1983
37th Tony Awards
Matthew Broderick Brighton Beach Memoirs Eugene Jerome [36]
Željko Ivanek Brighton Beach Memoirs Stanley Jerome
George N. Martin Plenty Leonard Darwin
Stephen Moore All's Well That Ends Well Captain Parolles
1984
38th Tony Awards
Joe Mantegna Glengarry Glen Ross Richard Roma [37]
Philip Bosco Heartbreak House Boss Mangan
Robert Prosky Glengarry Glen Ross Shelly Levene
Douglas Seale Noises Off Selsdon Mowbray
1985
39th Tony Awards
Barry Miller Biloxi Blues Arnold Epstein [38]
Charles S. Dutton Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Levee
William Hurt Hurlyburly Eddie
Edward Petherbridge Strange Interlude Charles Marsden
1986
40th Tony Awards
John Mahoney The House of Blue Leaves Artie Shaughnessy [39]
Peter Gallagher Long Day's Journey into Night Edmund
Charles Keating Loot McLeavy
Joseph Maher Loot Truscott
1987
41st Tony Awards
John Randolph Broadway Bound Ben [40]
Frankie R. Faison Fences Gabriel
Jamey Sheridan All My Sons Chris Keller
Courtney B. Vance Fences Cory
1988
42nd Tony Awards
BD Wong M. Butterfly Song Liling [41]
Michael Gough Breaking the Code Dillwyn Knox
Lou Liberatore Burn This Larry
Delroy Lindo Joe Turner's Come and Gone Herald Loomis
1989
43rd Tony Awards
Boyd Gaines The Heidi Chronicles Peter Patrone [42]
Peter Frechette Eastern Standard Drew
Eric Stoltz Our Town George Gibbs
Gordon Joseph Weiss Ghetto The Dummy

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Play Character Ref
1990
44th Tony Awards
Charles Durning Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Big Daddy [43]
Rocky Carroll The Piano Lesson Lymon
Terry Kinney The Grapes of Wrath Jim Casy
Gary Sinise The Grapes of Wrath Tom Joad
1991
45th Tony Awards
Kevin Spacey Lost in Yonkers "Uncle" Louie [44]
Adam Arkin I Hate Hamlet Gary Peter Lefkowitz
Dylan Baker La Bête Prince Conty
Stephen Lang The Speed of Darkness Lou
1992
46th Tony Awards
Laurence Fishburne Two Trains Running Sterling [45]
Roscoe Lee Browne Two Trains Running Holloway
Željko Ivanek Two Shakespearean Actors John Ryder
Tony Shalhoub Conversations with My Father Charlie
1993
47th Tony Awards
Stephen Spinella Angels in America: Millennium Approaches Prior Walter [46]
Robert Sean Leonard Candida Eugene Marchbanks
Joe Mantello Angels in America: Millennium Approaches Louis Ironson
Zakes Mokae The Song of Jacob Zulu Rev. Zulu / Mr. X / Itshe
1994
48th Tony Awards
Jeffrey Wright Angels in America: Perestroika Mr. Lies / Belize N/A
Larry Bryggman Picnic Howard Bevans
David Marshall Grant Angels in America: Perestroika Joe Pitt / Prior 1 / The Eskimo
Gregory Itzin The Kentucky Cycle Various Characters
1995
49th Tony Awards
John Glover Love! Valour! Compassion! John and James Jeckyll [47]
Stephen Bogardus Love! Valour! Compassion! Gregory Mitchell
Anthony Heald Love! Valour! Compassion! Perry Sellars
Jude Law Indiscretions Michael
1996
50th Tony Awards
Ruben Santiago-Hudson Seven Guitars Canewell [48]
James Gammon Buried Child Dodge
Roger Robinson Seven Guitars Hedley
Reg Rogers Holiday Ned Seton
1997
51st Tony Awards
Owen Teale A Doll's House Torvald Helmer [49]
Terry Beaver The Last Night of Ballyhoo Adolph
Brian Murray The Little Foxes Benjamin
William Biff McGuire The Young Man From Atlanta Pete Davenport
1998
52nd Tony Awards
Tom Murphy The Beauty Queen of Leenane Ray Dooley [50]
Brían F. O'Byrne The Beauty Queen of Leenane Pato Dooley
Sam Trammell Ah, Wilderness! Richard Miller
Max Wright Ivanov Pavel Lebedev
1999
53rd Tony Awards
Frank Wood Side Man Gene [51]
Kevin Anderson Death of a Salesman Biff
Finbar Lynch Not About Nightingales Jim Allison
Howard Witt Death of a Salesman Charley

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Play Character Ref
2000
54th Tony Awards
Roy Dotrice A Moon for the Misbegotten Phil Hogan [52]
Kevin Chamberlin Dirty Blonde Charlie
Daniel Davis Wrong Mountain Maurice Montesor
Derek Smith The Green Bird Tartaglia
Bob Stillman Dirty Blonde Frank Wallace / Ed Hearn
2001
55th Tony Awards
Robert Sean Leonard The Invention of Love A. E. Housman (ages 18 to 26) [53]
Charles Brown King Hedley II Elmore
Larry Bryggman Proof Robert
Michael Hayden Judgment at Nuremberg Oscar Rolfe
Ben Shenkman Proof Hal
2002
56th Tony Awards
Frank Langella Fortune's Fool Flegont Alexandrovitch Tropatchov [54]
Brian Murray The Crucible Deputy Governor Thomas Danforth
William Biff McGuire Morning's at Seven Theodore Swanson
Sam Robards The Man Who Had All the Luck Gustav Eberson
Stephen Tobolowsky Morning's at Seven Homer Bolton
2003
57th Tony Awards
Denis O'Hare Take Me Out Mason Marzak [55]
Thomas Jefferson Byrd Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Toledo
Philip Seymour Hoffman Long Day's Journey into Night James "Jamie", Jr.
Robert Sean Leonard Long Day's Journey into Night Edmund
Daniel Sunjata Take Me Out Darren Lemming
2004
58th Tony Awards
Brían F. O'Byrne Frozen Ralph [56]
Tom Aldredge Twentieth Century Matthew Clark
Ben Chaplin The Retreat from Moscow Jamie
Aidan Gillen The Caretaker Mick
Omar Metwally Sixteen Wounded Mahmoud
2005
59th Tony Awards
Liev Schreiber Glengarry Glen Ross Richard "Ricky" Roma [57]
Alan Alda Glengarry Glen Ross Shelly "The Machine" Levene
Gordon Clapp Glengarry Glen Ross Dave Moss
David Harbour Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Nick
Michael Stuhlbarg The Pillowman Michal
2006
60th Tony Awards
Ian McDiarmid Faith Healer Teddy [58]
Samuel Barnett The History Boys David Posner
Domhnall Gleeson The Lieutenant of Inishmore Davey
Mark Ruffalo Awake and Sing! Moe Axelrod
Pablo Schreiber Awake and Sing! Ralph Berger
2007
61st Tony Awards
Billy Crudup The Coast of Utopia Vissarion Belinsky [59]
Anthony Chisholm Radio Golf Elder Joseph Barlow
Ethan Hawke The Coast of Utopia Michael Bakunin
John Earl Jelks Radio Golf Sterling Johnson
Stark Sands Journey's End 2nd Lieut. Raleigh
2008
62nd Tony Awards
Jim Norton The Seafarer Richard Harkin [60]
Bobby Cannavale Mauritius Dennis
Raúl Esparza The Homecoming Lenny
Conleth Hill The Seafarer Ivan Curry
David Pittu Is He Dead? Various Characters
2009
63rd Tony Awards
Roger Robinson Joe Turner's Come and Gone Bynum Walker [61]
John Glover Waiting for Godot Lucky
Zach Grenier 33 Variations Ludwig van Beethoven
Stephen Mangan The Norman Conquests Norman
Paul Ritter The Norman Conquests Reg

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Play Character Ref
2010
64th Tony Awards
Eddie Redmayne Red Ken [62]
David Alan Grier Race Henry Brown
Stephen Henderson Fences Jim Bono
Jon Michael Hill Superior Donuts Franco
Stephen Kunken ENRON Andy Fastow
2011
65th Tony Awards
John Benjamin Hickey The Normal Heart Felix Turner [63]
Mackenzie Crook Jerusalem Ginger
Billy Crudup Arcadia Bernard Nightingale
Arian Moayed Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo Musa
Yul Vázquez The Motherf**ker with the Hat Cousin Julio
2012
66th Tony Awards
Christian Borle Peter and the Starcatcher Black Stache [64]
Michael Cumpsty End of the Rainbow Anthony
Tom Edden One Man, Two Guvnors Alfie
Andrew Garfield Death of a Salesman Biff
Jeremy Shamos Clybourne Park Karl / Steve
2013
67th Tony Awards
Courtney B. Vance Lucky Guy Hap Hairston N/A
Danny Burstein Golden Boy Tokio
Richard Kind The Big Knife Marcus Hoff
Billy Magnussen Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Spike
Tony Shalhoub Golden Boy Mr. Bonaparte
2014
68th Tony Awards
Mark Rylance Twelfth Night Olivia N/A
Reed Birney Casa Valentina Charlotte
Paul Chahidi Twelfth Night Maria
Stephen Fry Twelfth Night Malvolio
Brian J. Smith The Glass Menagerie Jim O'Connor

Wins Total[edit]

2 Wins

Nominations Total[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the Tony Awards held that year.
^[II] The "Ref." cites the role the winning actor portrayed in the work; the award winners and nominees are referenced by the general reference.
^[III] The Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play was not presented in 1950.
^[IV] Paul Sills' Story Theatre consists of ten one-act plays;[65] Sand played Cowherd and the Rich Peasant in The Little Peasant, Robber Bridegroom in The Robber Bridegroom, Turkey Lurkey in Henny Penny, Clerk and Soldier in The Master Thief, Simpleton in The Golden Goose and Hound in Town Musicians of Bremen.[66]

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