Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film

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The Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television is a category of the Golden Globe Award, the annual television award given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

The official title of the award is Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television.

Winners and nominees[edit]


1981: Mickey RooneyBill

1982: Anthony AndrewsBrideshead Revisited

1983: Richard ChamberlainThe Thorn Birds

1984: Ted DansonSomething About Amelia

1985: Dustin HoffmanDeath of a Salesman as Willy Loman

1986: James WoodsPromise

1987: Randy QuaidLBJ: The Early Years as Lyndon B. Johnson

1988: Michael CaineJack the Ripper and
1988: Stacy KeachHemingway as Ernest Hemingway

1989: Robert DuvallLonesome Dove


1990: James GarnerDecoration Day

1991: Beau BridgesWithout Warning: The James Brady Story as James Brady

1992: Robert DuvallStalin as Joseph Stalin

1993: James GarnerBarbarians at the Gate

1994: Raúl JuliáThe Burning Season as Chico Mendes

1995: Gary SiniseTruman as Harry Truman

1996: Alan RickmanRasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny as Grigori Rasputin

1997: Ving RhamesDon King: Only in America as Don King *

1998: Stanley TucciWinchell as Walter Winchell

1999: Jack LemmonInherit the Wind as Henry Drummond


2000: Brian DennehyDeath of a Salesman as Willy Loman

2001: James FrancoJames Dean as James Dean

2002: Albert FinneyThe Gathering Storm as Winston Churchill

2003: Al PacinoAngels in America as Roy Cohn

2004: Geoffrey RushThe Life and Death of Peter Sellers as Peter Sellers

2005: Jonathan Rhys-MeyersElvis as Elvis Presley

2006: Bill NighyGideon's Daughter as Gideon Warner

2007: Jim BroadbentLongford as Lord Longford

2008: Paul GiamattiJohn Adams as John Adams

2009: Kevin BaconTaking Chance as Michael Strobl


2010: Al PacinoYou Don't Know Jack as Jack Kevorkian

2011: Idris ElbaLuther as Detective Chief Inspector John Luther

2012: Kevin CostnerHatfields & McCoys as Devil Anse Hatfield

2013: Michael DouglasBehind the Candelabra as Liberace

2014: Billy Bob ThorntonFargo as Lorne Malvo

2015: Oscar IsaacShow Me a Hero as Nick Wasicsko

*Ving Rhames asked Jack Lemmon, who was also nominated, on the stage and tributed the award to him.

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