Canadian Screen Award for Best Actor

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The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television presents an annual award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role to the best performance by a lead actor in a Canadian film.[1] The award was first presented in 1968 by the Canadian Film Awards, and was presented annually until 1978 with the exception of 1969, when no eligible feature films were submitted for award consideration, and 1974 due to the cancellation of the awards that year.

From 1980 until 2012, the award was presented as part of the Genie Awards ceremony; since 2013, it has been presented as part of the new Canadian Screen Awards.

From 1980 to 1983, only Canadian actors were eligible for the award; non-Canadian actors appearing in Canadian films were instead considered for the separate Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actor.[2] After 1983, the latter award was discontinued, and both Canadian and foreign actors were eligible for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role.[3]

1960s[edit]

Year Actor Film Ref
1968
20th Canadian Film Awards
Gerard Parkes Isabel [1]
1969
21st Canadian Film Awards
No award presented this year [1]

1970s[edit]

Year Actor Film Ref
1970
22nd Canadian Film Awards
Paul Bradley Goin' Down the Road [1]
Doug McGrath
1971
23rd Canadian Film Awards
Jean Duceppe Mon oncle Antoine [1]
1972
24th Canadian Film Awards
Gordon Pinsent The Rowdyman [1]
1973
25th Canadian Film Awards
Jacques Godin O.K. ... Laliberté [1]
1974
No award presented [1]
1975
26th Canadian Film Awards
Stuart Gillard Why Rock the Boat? [1]
1976
27th Canadian Film Awards
André Melançon Bound for Glory (Partis pour la gloire) [1]
1977
28th Canadian Film Awards
Len Cariou One Man [1]
David Petersen Skip Tracer [4]
Craig Russell Outrageous!
Marcel Sabourin J.A. Martin Photographer (J.A. Martin photographe)
1978
29th Canadian Film Awards
Richard Gabourie Three Card Monte [1]
John Juliani Marie-Anne [5]
Frank Moore The Third Walker
Christopher Plummer The Silent Partner

1980s[edit]

Year Actor Film Ref
1980
1st Genie Awards
Christopher Plummer Murder by Decree [1]
Geoffrey Bowes Something's Rotten [6]
Robin Gammell Jack London's Klondike Fever
Thomas Hauff Summer's Children
Stephen Lack The Rubber Gun
1981
2nd Genie Awards
Thomas Peacocke The Hounds of Notre Dame [1]
Jocelyn Bérubé The Handyman (L'Homme à tout faire) [7]
Lewis Furey Fantastica
Winston Rekert Suzanne
August Schellenberg The Coffin Affair (L'Affaire Coffin)
1982
3rd Genie Awards
Nick Mancuso Ticket to Heaven [1]
Gabriel Arcand The Plouffe Family (Les Plouffe) [8]
Gordon Pinsent Silence of the North
Christopher Plummer The Amateur
Winston Rekert Heartaches
1983
4th Genie Awards
Donald Sutherland Threshold [1]
Gilles Renaud A Day in a Taxi (Une journée en taxi) [9]
Saul Rubinek By Design
Marcel Sabourin Sweet Lies and Loving Oaths (Doux aveux)
August Schellenberg Latitude 55°
1984
5th Genie Awards
Eric Fryer The Terry Fox Story [1]
Pierre Curzi Lucien Brouillard [10]
Guy L'Écuyer Au clair de la lune
Nick Mancuso Maria Chapdelaine
Alan Scarfe Deserters
1985
6th Genie Awards
Gabriel Arcand The Crime of Ovide Plouffe (Le Crime d'Ovide Plouffe) [1]
Xavier Norman Petermann Mario [11]
Winston Rekert Walls
Kiefer Sutherland The Bay Boy
Kenneth Welsh Reno and the Doc
1986
7th Genie Awards
John Wildman My American Cousin [1]
Serge Dupire The Alley Cat (Le Matou) [12]
Ed McNamara Bayo
Alan Scarfe Overnight
R. H. Thomson Samuel Lount
1987
8th Genie Awards
Gordon Pinsent John and the Missus [1]
Pierre Curzi The Decline of the American Empire (Le Déclin de l'empire américain) [13]
Rémy Girard The Decline of the American Empire (Le Déclin de l'empire américain)
Winston Rekert The Blue Man
Kenneth Welsh Loyalties
1988
9th Genie Awards
Roger Lebel Night Zoo (Un Zoo la nuit) [1]
David Hemblen Family Viewing [14]
Jason St. Amour Train of Dreams
Gilles Maheu Night Zoo (Un Zoo la nuit)
1989
10th Genie Awards
Jeremy Irons Dead Ringers [1]
Zachary Ansley Cowboys Don't Cry [15]
Elias Koteas Malarek
Jan Rubeš Something About Love
Saul Rubinek The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick
Ron White Cowboys Don't Cry

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Film Ref
1990
11th Genie Awards
Lothaire Bluteau Jesus of Montreal (Jésus de Montréal) [1]
Maury Chaykin Cold Comfort [16]
Michel Côté Cruising Bar
Michael McManus Speaking Parts
Stephen Ouimette The Top of His Head
1991
12th Genie Awards
Rémy Girard Love Crazy (Amoureux fou) [1]
Brad Dourif Chaindance [17]
Matthias Habich The Savage Woman (La Demoiselle sauvage)
Saeed Jaffrey Masala
Jean Rochefort Love Crazy (Amoureux fou)
1992
13th Genie Awards
Tony Nardi La Sarrasine [1]
Jacques Godin Being at Home with Claude [18]
Don McKellar Highway 61
Gildor Roy Requiem for a Handsome Bastard (Requiem pour un beau sans-coeur)
Peter Weller Naked Lunch
1993
14th Genie Awards
Tom McCamus I Love a Man in Uniform [1]
Roy Dupuis Cap Tourmente [19]
Rémy Girard La Florida
Gilbert Sicotte Cap Tourmente
R. H. Thomson The Lotus Eaters
1994
15th Genie Awards
Maury Chaykin Whale Music [1]
Martin Drainville Louis 19, King of the Airwaves (Louis 19, le roi des ondes) [20]
Gary Farmer Henry & Verlin
Elias Koteas Exotica
Gilbert Sicotte Les Pots cassés
1995
16th Genie Awards
David La Haye Water Child (L'Enfant d'eau) [1]
Lothaire Bluteau The Confessional (Le Confessionnal) [21]
Matthew Ferguson Eclipse
Clive Russell Margaret's Museum
Peter Williams Soul Survivor
1996
17th Genie Awards
William Hutt Long Day's Journey into Night [1]
Jason Cadieux Lilies [22]
Matthew Ferguson Lilies
Danny Gilmore Lilies
Tom McCamus Long Day's Journey into Night
Christopher Penn The Boys Club
1997
18th Genie Awards
Ian Holm The Sweet Hereafter [1]
Robin Aubert The Countess of Baton Rouge (La Comtesse de Bâton Rouge) [23]
Bruce Greenwood The Sweet Hereafter
Peter Outerbridge Kissed
Alan Williams The Cockroach that Ate Cincinnati
1998
19th Genie Awards
Roshan Seth Such a Long Journey [1]
Rémy Girard Les Boys [24]
Tony Nardi Mr. Aiello (La Déroute)
Jonathan Pryce Regeneration
Samuel West Rupert's Land
1999
20th Genie Awards
Bob Hoskins Felicia's Journey [1]
Gabriel Arcand Post Mortem [25]
Denis Bouchard Winter Stories (Histoires d'hiver)
Joël Drapeau-Dalpé Winter Stories (Histoires d'hiver)
Ralph Fiennes Sunshine
Daniel MacIvor The Five Senses

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Film Ref
2000
21st Genie Awards
Tony Nardi My Father's Angel [26]
David Cubitt The Perfect Son [27]
Colm Feore The Perfect Son
Timothy Webber My Father's Angel
James Whitmore Here's to Life!
2001
22nd Genie Awards
Brendan Fletcher The Law of Enclosures [28]
Zachary Bennett Desire [29]
David La Haye Soft Shell Man (Un crabe dans la tête)
Peter Outerbridge Marine Life
Chris Owens The Uncles
Zinedine Soualem Tar Angel (L'Ange de goudron)
2002
23rd Genie Awards
Luc Picard Savage Messiah [30]
David Alpay Ararat [31]
Philip DeWilde Turning Paige
Christopher Plummer Ararat
Colin Roberts Flower & Garnet
2003
24th Genie Awards
Rémy Girard The Barbarian Invasions (Les Invasions barbares) [32]
Raymond Bouchard Seducing Doctor Lewis (La Grande séduction) [33]
Philip Seymour Hoffman Owning Mahowny
Robert Lepage Far Side of the Moon (La Face cachée de la lune)
Barry Pepper The Snow Walker
2004
25th Genie Awards
Roy Dupuis Looking for Alexander (Mémoires affectives) [34]
Michel Côté The Last Tunnel (Le Dernier Tunnel) [35]
David La Haye Battle of the Brave (Nouvelle-France)
Ian McKellen Émile
Nick Stahl Twist
2005
26th Genie Awards
Michel Côté C.R.A.Z.Y. [36]
Adam Butcher Saint Ralph [37]
Marc-André Grondin C.R.A.Z.Y.
Paul Kaye It's All Gone Pete Tong
Luc Picard Audition (L'Audition)
2006
27th Genie Awards
Roy Dupuis The Rocket (Maurice Richard) [38]
Colm Feore Bon Cop, Bad Cop [39]
Olivier Gourmet Congorama
Patrick Huard Bon Cop, Bad Cop
Luc Picard A Sunday in Kigali (Un dimanche à Kigali)
2007
28th Genie Awards
Gordon Pinsent Away From Her [40]
Roy Dupuis Shake Hands With the Devil [41]
Marc Labrèche Days of Darkness (L'Âge des ténèbres)
Claude Legault The 3 L'il Pigs (Les 3 p'tits cochons)
Viggo Mortensen Eastern Promises
2008
29th Genie Awards
Natar Ungalaaq The Necessities of Life (Ce qu'il faut pour vivre) [42]
Paul Gross Passchendaele [43]
Rupinder Nagra Amal
Christopher Plummer Emotional Arithmetic
Aaron Poole This Beautiful City
2009
30th Genie Awards
Joshua Jackson One Week [44]
Jean-Carl Boucher 1981 [45]
Paul-Dylan Ivalu Before Tomorrow (Le Jour avant le lendemain)
Clark Johnson Nurse.Fighter.Boy
Stephen McHattie Pontypool

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Film Ref
2010
31st Genie Awards
Paul Giamatti Barney's Version [46]
Jay Baruchel The Trotsky [47]
Robert Naylor 10½
Timothy Olyphant High Life
François Papineau Route 132
2011
32nd Genie Awards
Mohamed Fellag Monsieur Lazhar [48]
Garret Dillahunt Oliver Sherman [49]
Michael Fassbender A Dangerous Method
Patrick Huard Starbuck
Scott Speedman Citizen Gangster
2012
1st Canadian Screen Awards
James Cromwell Still Mine [50]
Patrick Drolet All That You Possess (Tout ce que tu possèdes) [51]
Marc-André Grondin L'Affaire Dumont
David Morse Collaborator
Melvil Poupaud Laurence Anyways
2013
2nd Canadian Screen Awards
Gabriel Arcand The Dismantling (Le Démantèlement) [52]
Brendan Gleeson The Grand Seduction [53]
Jake Gyllenhaal Enemy
Daniel Radcliffe The F Word
Rajesh Tailang Siddharth
2014
3rd Canadian Screen Awards
Antoine Olivier Pilon Mommy [54]
Evan Bird Maps to the Stars [55]
Bruce Greenwood Elephant Song
Michael Murphy Fall
Ryan Reynolds The Captive
2015
4th Canadian Screen Awards
Jacob Tremblay Room [56]
Maxim Gaudette Our Loved Ones (Les Êtres chers) [57]
Jasmin Geljo The Waiting Room
Christopher Plummer Remember
Rossif Sutherland River
2016
5th Canadian Screen Awards
Stephan James Race [58]
Jared Abrahamson Hello Destroyer [59]
Lawrence Barry Riverhead
Chen Gang Old Stone
Andrew Gillis Werewolf
2017
6th Canadian Screen Awards
Nabil Rajo Boost [60]
Antoine L'Écuyer The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches (La petite fille qui aimait trop les allumettes) [61]
Tzi Ma Meditation Park
Émile Proulx-Cloutier We Are the Others (Nous sommes les autres)
Gabriel Sabourin It's the Heart That Dies Last (C'est le cœur qui meurt en dernier)
2018
7th Canadian Screen Awards
Théodore Pellerin Family First (Chien de garde) [62]
Martin Dubreuil The Great Darkened Days (La grande noirceur) [63]
Paul Nutarariaq The Grizzlies
Brandon Oakes Through Black Spruce
Michael Rowe Crown and Anchor
2019
8th Canadian Screen Awards
Mark O'Brien Goalie [64]
Dan Beirne The Twentieth Century [65]
Marc-André Grondin Mafia Inc.
Ryan McDonald Black Conflux
Gilbert Sicotte And the Birds Rained Down (Il pleuvait des oiseaux)

2020s[edit]

Year Actor Film Ref
2020
9th Canadian Screen Awards
Michael Greyeyes Blood Quantum [66]
Lance Henriksen Falling [67]
Joakim Robillard Underground (Souterrain)
Saul Williams Akilla's Escape
Alex Wolff Castle in the Ground
2021
10th Canadian Screen Awards
Liam Diaz Scarborough [68]
Rogelio Balagtas Islands [69]
Pavle Čemerikić The White Fortress (Tabija)
Phillip Lewitski Wildhood
Thomas Antony Olajide Learn to Swim

See also[edit]

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