Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama

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Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama
Country United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded March 5, 1962
Currently held by Jon Hamm,
Mad Men (2015)
Most awards Ed Asner, (2)
John Forsythe, (2)
Jon Hamm, (2)
Hugh Laurie, (2)
Telly Savalas, (2)
Most nominations Peter Falk, (7)
Tom Selleck, (7)
Official website goldenglobes.org

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). The award honors the best performance by an actor in a drama television series. It was first awarded at the 19th Golden Globe Awards on March 5, 1962 under the title Best TV Star - Male to John Charles Daly and Bob Newhart. The nominees for the award announced annually starting in 1963. In 1969, the award was presented under the new title Best TV Actor - Drama and in 1980 under its current title.

Jon Hamm is the current recipient of the award for his portrayal of Don Draper on Mad Men. Ed Asner, John Forsythe, Jon Hamm, Hugh Laurie and Telly Savalas have won the most awards in this category, winning twice. Peter Falk and Tom Selleck were both nominated seven times, each for their respective roles on Columbo and Magnum, P.I..

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning actor.

Best TV Star – Male[edit]

Bob Newhart tied with John Charles Daly to be the first recipient of the award.
Ben Gazzara was nominated three times for his performance on Run for Your Life as Paul Bryan.
Dean Martin (pictured left) won the award in 1966 and was nominated two more times for his performance on The Dean Martin Show.

1960s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1961
(19th)
John Charles Daly Award winner [1]
Bob Newhart Award winner
1962
(20th)
Richard Chamberlain Award winner Dr. Kildare James Kildare NBC [2]
1963
(21st)
Mickey Rooney Award winner Mickey Mickey Grady ABC [3]
Richard Boone The Richard Boone Show Various Characters NBC
Jackie Gleason American Scene Magazine Various Characters CBS
Lorne Greene Bonanza Ben Cartwright NBC
E.G. Marshall The Defenders Lawrence Preston CBS
1964
(22nd)
Gene Barry Award winner Burke's Law Amos Burke ABC [4]
Richard Crenna Slattery's People James Slattery CBS
James Franciscus Mr. Novak John Novak NBC
David Janssen The Fugitive Richard Kimble ABC
Robert Vaughn The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Napoleon Solo NBC
1965
(23rd)
David Janssen Award winner The Fugitive Richard Kimble ABC [5]
Ben Gazzara Run for Your Life Paul Bryan NBC
David McCallum The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Illya Kuryakin
Robert Vaughn Napoleon Solo
1966
(24th)
Dean Martin Award winner The Dean Martin Show Various characters NBC [6]
Bill Cosby I Spy Alexander Scott NBC
Robert Culp Kelly Robinson
Ben Gazzara Run for Your Life Paul Bryan NBC
Christopher George The Rat Patrol Sam Troy ABC
1967
(25th)
Martin Landau Award winner Mission: Impossible Rollin Hand CBS [7]
Brendon Boone Garrison's Gorillas Chief ABC
Ben Gazzara Run for Your Life Paul Bryan NBC
Dean Martin The Dean Martin Show Various characters
Andy Williams The Andy Williams Show Various characters
1968
(26th)
Carl Betz Award winner Judd, for the Defense Clinton Judd ABC [8]
Raymond Burr Ironside Robert T. Ironside NBC
Peter Graves Mission: Impossible Jim Phelps CBS
Dean Martin The Dean Martin Show Various characters NBC
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. The F.B.I. Lewis Erskine ABC

Best TV Actor – Drama[edit]

Mike Connors won in 1970 and received five more nominations for his performance on Mannix as Joe Mannix.
Peter Graves won the award in 1971 after receiving two previous nominations for his role as Jim Phelps on Mission: Impossible.
Telly Savalas won the award twice for his performance on Kojak as Lt. Theo Kojak.
Peter Falk was nominated six times for his performance on Columbo as Lt. Columbo, winning once in 1973.
Ed Asner won twice for his role as Lou Grant on the eponymous show.
James Garner was nominated three times for his role as Jim Rockford on The Rockford Files.

1960s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1969
(27th)
Mike Connors Award winner Mannix Joe Mannix CBS [9]
Peter Graves Mission: Impossible Jim Phelps CBS
Lloyd Haynes Room 222 Pete Dixion ABC
Robert Wagner It Takes a Thief Alexander Mundy
Robert Young Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Marcus Welby

1970s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Peter Graves Award winner Mission: Impossible Jim Phelps CBS [10]
Mike Connors Mannix Joe Mannix CBS
Chad Everett Medical Center Dr. Joe Gannon
Burt Reynolds Dan August Lt. Dan August ABC
Robert Young Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Marcus Welby
1971
(29th)
Robert Young Award winner Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Marcus Welby ABC [11]
Raymond Burr Ironside Robert T. Ironside NBC
Mike Connors Mannix Joe Mannix CBS
William Conrad Cannon Frank Cannon
Peter Falk Columbo Lt. Columbo NBC
1972
(30th)
Peter Falk Award winner Columbo Lt. Columbo NBC [12]
Mike Connors Mannix Joe Mannix CBS
William Conrad Cannon Frank Cannon
Chad Everett Medical Center Dr. Joe Gannon
David Hartman The Bold Ones: The New Doctors Dr. Paul Hunter NBC
Robert Young Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Marcus Welby ABC
1973
(31st)
James Stewart Award winner Hawkins Billy Jim Hawkins NBC [13]
David Carradine Kung Fu Kwai Chang Caine ABC
Mike Connors Mannix Joe Mannix CBS
Peter Falk Columbo Lt. Columbo NBC
Richard Thomas The Waltons John-Boy Walton CBS
Robert Young Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Marcus Welby ABC
1974
(32nd)
Telly Savalas Award winner Kojak Lt. Theo Kojak CBS [14]
Mike Connors Mannix Joe Mannix CBS
Michael Douglas The Streets of San Francisco Steve Keller ABC
Peter Falk Columbo Lt. Columbo NBC
Richard Thomas The Waltons John-Boy Walton CBS
1975
(33rd)
Robert Blake Award winner Baretta Tony Baretta ABC [15]
Telly Savalas Award winner Kojak Lt. Theo Kojak CBS
Peter Falk Columbo Lt. Columbo NBC
Karl Malden The Streets of San Francisco Mike Stone ABC
Barry Newman Petrocelli Anthony J. Petrocelli NBC
1976
(34th)
Richard Jordan Award winner Captains and the Kings Joseph Armagh NBC [16]
Lee Majors The Six Million Dollar Man Steve Austin ABC
Nick Nolte Rich Man, Poor Man Tom Jordache
Telly Savalas Kojak Lt. Theo Kojak CBS
Peter Strauss Rich Man, Poor Man Rudy Jordache ABC
1977
(35th)
Ed Asner Award winner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS [17]
Robert Conrad Baa Baa Black Sheep Gregory "Pappy" Boyington NBC
Peter Falk Columbo Lt. Columbo
James Garner The Rockford Files Jim Rockford
Telly Savalas Kojak Lt. Theo Kojak CBS
1978
(36th)
Michael Moriarty Award winner Holocaust Eric Dorf NBC [18]
Ed Asner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS
James Garner The Rockford Files Jim Rockford NBC
Richard Hatch Battlestar Galactica Captain Apollo ABC
John Houseman The Paper Chase Professor Charles W. Kingsfield, Jr CBS
Michael Landon Little House on the Prairie Charles Ingalls NBC
1979
(37th)
Ed Asner Award winner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS [19]
Richard Chamberlain Centennial Alexander McKeag NBC
Erik Estrada CHiPs Officer Francis Llewellyn 'Ponch' Poncherello
James Garner The Rockford Files Jim Rockford
John Houseman The Paper Chase Professor Charles W. Kingsfield, Jr CBS
Martin Sheen Blind Ambition John Dean
Robert Urich Vega$ Dan Tanna ABC
Robert Wagner Hart to Hart Jonathan Hart

Best Actor – Television Series Drama[edit]

Richard Chamberlain won in 1981 for his role as John Blackthorne on the miniseries Shōgun.
Tom Selleck received seven nominations for his performance on Magnum, P.I. as Thomas Magnum, winning once, tying with Peter Falk for having the most nominations in the category.
Ron Perlman won in 1988 for his performance on Beauty and the Beast as Vincent.
Carroll O'Connor was nominated five times for his role as Bill Gillespie on In the Heat of the Night.
Kyle MacLachlan won in 1991 for his performance on Twin Peaks as Dale Cooper.
James Earl Jones was nominated twice for his performance on Gabriel's Fire as Gabriel Bird.
David Caruso, winning in 1994, was one of three actors from NYPD Blue who won the award, with Dennis Franz and Jimmy Smits winning in the respective following years.
George Clooney received three nominations for his portrayal of Doug Ross on ER.
James Gandolfini won in 2000 and received three more nominations for his performance on The Sopranos as Tony Soprano.
Martin Sheen won in 2001 and received four more nominations for his role as Josiah Bartlet on The West Wing.
Michael Chiklis won once out of his three nominations for his performance on The Shield as Vic Mackey.
Jon Hamm won in 2008 and 2016 for his role as Don Draper on Mad Men.
Michael C. Hall won in 2010 and received four other nominations for his performance on Dexter as Dexter Morgan.
Hugh Laurie won twice out of his six nominations for his performance on House as Gregory House.
Bryan Cranston won in 2014 after receiving three previous nominations for his performance on Breaking Bad as Walter White.

1980s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Richard Chamberlain Award winner Shōgun John Blackthorne NBC [20]
Ed Asner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS
Larry Hagman Dallas J. R. Ewing
Robert Urich Vega$ Dan Tanna ABC
Robert Wagner Hart to Hart Jonathan Hart
1981
(39th)
Daniel J. Travanti Award winner Hill Street Blues Capt. Frank Furillo NBC [21]
Ed Asner Lou Grant Lou Grant CBS
John Forsythe Dynasty Blake Carrington ABC
Larry Hagman Dallas J. R. Ewing CBS
Tom Selleck Magnum, P.I. Thomas Magnum
1982
(40th)
John Forsythe Award winner Dynasty Blake Carrington ABC [22]
Larry Hagman Dallas J. R. Ewing CBS
Tom Selleck Magnum, P.I. Thomas Magnum
Daniel J. Travanti Hill Street Blues Capt. Frank Furillo NBC
Robert Wagner Hart to Hart Jonathan Hart ABC
1983
(41st)
John Forsythe Award winner Dynasty Blake Carrington ABC [23]
James Brolin Hotel Peter McDermott ABC
Tom Selleck Magnum, P.I. Thomas Magnum CBS
Daniel J. Travanti Hill Street Blues Capt. Frank Furillo NBC
Robert Wagner Hart to Hart Jonathan Hart ABC
1984
(42nd)
Tom Selleck Award winner Magnum, P.I. Thomas Magnum CBS [24]
James Brolin Hotel Peter McDermott ABC
John Forsythe Dynasty Blake Carrington
Larry Hagman Dallas J. R. Ewing CBS
Stacy Keach Mike Hammer Mike Hammer
Daniel J. Travanti Hill Street Blues Capt. Frank Furillo NBC
1985
(43rd)
Don Johnson Award winner Miami Vice Sonny Crockett NBC [25]
John Forsythe Dynasty Blake Carrington ABC
Tom Selleck Magnum, P.I. Thomas Magnum CBS
Philip Michael Thomas Miami Vice Ricardo Tubbs NBC
Daniel J. Travanti Hill Street Blues Capt. Frank Furillo
1986
(44th)
Edward Woodward Award winner The Equalizer Robert McCall CBS [26]
William Devane Knots Landing Greg Sumner CBS
John Forsythe Dynasty Blake Carrington ABC
Don Johnson Miami Vice Sonny Crockett NBC
Tom Selleck Magnum, P.I. Thomas Magnum CBS
1987
(45th)
Richard Kiley Award winner A Year in the Life Joe Gardner NBC [27]
Harry Hamlin L.A. Law Michael Kuzak NBC
Tom Selleck Magnum, P.I. Thomas Magnum CBS
Michael Tucker L.A. Law Stuart Markowitz NBC
Edward Woodward The Equalizer Robert McCall CBS
1988
(46th)
Ron Perlman Award winner Beauty and the Beast Vincent CBS [28]
Corbin Bernsen L.A. Law Arnie Becker NBC
Harry Hamlin Michael Kuzak
Carroll O'Connor In the Heat of the Night Chief Bill Gillespie
Ken Wahl Wiseguy Vinnie Terranova CBS
1989
(47th)
Ken Wahl Award winner Wiseguy Vinnie Terranova CBS [29]
Corbin Bernsen L.A. Law Arnie Becker NBC
Harry Hamlin Michael Kuzak
Carroll O'Connor In the Heat of the Night Chief Bill Gillespie
Ken Olin thirtysomething Michael Steadman ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Kyle MacLachlan Award winner Twin Peaks Dale Cooper ABC [30]
Scott Bakula Quantum Leap Sam Beckett NBC
Peter Falk Columbo Lt. Columbo ABC
James Earl Jones Gabriel's Fire Gabriel Bird
Carroll O'Connor In the Heat of the Night Chief Bill Gillespie NBC
1991
(49th)
Scott Bakula Award winner Quantum Leap Sam Beckett NBC [31]
Mark Harmon Reasonable Doubts Dickie Cobb NBC
James Earl Jones Gabriel's Fire Gabriel Bird ABC
Rob Morrow Northern Exposure Joel Fleischman CBS
Carroll O'Connor In the Heat of the Night Chief Bill Gillespie NBC
Sam Waterston I'll Fly Away Forrest Bedford
1992
(50th)
Sam Waterston Award winner I'll Fly Away Forrest Bedford NBC [32]
Scott Bakula Quantum Leap Sam Beckett NBC
Mark Harmon Reasonable Doubts Dickie Cobb
Rob Morrow Northern Exposure Joel Fleischman CBS
Jason Priestley Beverly Hills, 90210 Brandon Walsh Fox
1993
(51st)
David Caruso Award winner NYPD Blue John Kelly ABC [33]
Michael Moriarty Law & Order Benjamin Stone NBC
Rob Morrow Northern Exposure Joel Fleischman CBS
Carroll O'Connor In the Heat of the Night Bill Gillespie
Tom Skerritt Picket Fences Jimmy Brock
1994
(52nd)
Dennis Franz Award winner NYPD Blue Andy Sipowicz ABC [34]
Mandy Patinkin Chicago Hope Jeffrey Geiger CBS
Jason Priestley Beverly Hills, 90210 Brandon Walsh Fox
Tom Skerritt Picket Fences Jimmy Brock CBS
Sam Waterston Law & Order Jack McCoy NBC
1995
(53rd)
Jimmy Smits Award winner NYPD Blue Bobby Simone ABC [35]
Daniel Benzali Murder One Theodore Hoffman ABC
George Clooney ER Doug Ross NBC
David Duchovny The X-Files Fox Mulder Fox
Anthony Edwards ER Mark Greene NBC
1996
(54th)
David Duchovny Award winner The X-Files Fox Mulder Fox [36]
George Clooney ER Doug Ross NBC
Anthony Edwards Mark Greene
Lance Henriksen Millennium Frank Black Fox
Jimmy Smits NYPD Blue Bobby Simone ABC
1997
(55th)
Anthony Edwards Award winner ER Mark Greene NBC [37]
Kevin Anderson Nothing Sacred Francis Xavier Reyneaux ABC
George Clooney ER Doug Ross NBC
David Duchovny The X-Files Fox Mulder Fox
Lance Henriksen Millennium Frank Black
1998
(56th)
Dylan McDermott Award winner The Practice Bobby Donnell ABC [38]
David Duchovny The X-Files Fox Mulder Fox
Anthony Edwards ER Mark Greene NBC
Lance Henriksen Millennium Frank Black Fox
Jimmy Smits NYPD Blue Bobby Simone ABC
1999
(57th)
James Gandolfini Award winner The Sopranos Tony Soprano HBO [39]
Billy Campbell Once and Again Rick Sammler ABC
Rob Lowe The West Wing Sam Seaborn NBC
Dylan McDermott The Practice Bobby Donnell ABC
Martin Sheen The West Wing Josiah Bartlet NBC

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2000
(58th)
Martin Sheen Award winner The West Wing Josiah Bartlet NBC [40]
Andre Braugher Gideon's Crossing Ben Gideon ABC
James Gandolfini The Sopranos Tony Soprano HBO
Rob Lowe The West Wing Sam Seaborn NBC
Dylan McDermott The Practice Bobby Donnell ABC
2001
(59th)
Kiefer Sutherland Award winner 24 Jack Bauer Fox [41]
Simon Baker The Guardian Nick Fallin CBS
James Gandolfini The Sopranos Tony Soprano HBO
Peter Krause Six Feet Under Nate Fisher
Martin Sheen The West Wing Josiah Bartlet NBC
2002
(60th)
Michael Chiklis Award winner The Shield Vic Mackey FX [42]
James Gandolfini The Sopranos Tony Soprano HBO
Peter Krause Six Feet Under Nate Fisher
Martin Sheen The West Wing Josiah Bartlet NBC
Kiefer Sutherland 24 Jack Bauer Fox
2003
(61st)
Anthony LaPaglia Award winner Without a Trace Jack Malone CBS [43]
Michael Chiklis The Shield Vic Mackey FX
William Petersen CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Gil Grissom CBS
Martin Sheen The West Wing Josiah Bartlet NBC
Kiefer Sutherland 24 Jack Bauer Fox
2004
(62nd)
Ian McShane Award winner Deadwood Al Swearengen HBO [44]
Michael Chiklis The Shield Vic Mackey FX
Denis Leary Rescue Me Tommy Gavin
Julian McMahon Nip/Tuck Christian Troy
James Spader Boston Legal Alan Shore ABC
2005
(63rd)
Hugh Laurie Award winner House Gregory House Fox [45]
Patrick Dempsey Grey's Anatomy Derek Shepherd ABC
Matthew Fox Lost Jack Shephard
Wentworth Miller Prison Break Michael Scofield Fox
Kiefer Sutherland 24 Jack Bauer
2006
(64th)
Hugh Laurie Award winner House Gregory House Fox [46]
Patrick Dempsey Grey's Anatomy Derek Shepherd ABC
Michael C. Hall Dexter Dexter Morgan Showtime
Bill Paxton Big Love Bill Henrickson HBO
Kiefer Sutherland 24 Jack Bauer Fox
2007
(65th)
Jon Hamm Award winner Mad Men Don Draper AMC [47]
Michael C. Hall Dexter Dexter Morgan Showtime
Hugh Laurie House Gregory House Fox
Bill Paxton Big Love Bill Henrickson HBO
Jonathan Rhys Meyers The Tudors Henry VIII of England Showtime
2008
(66th)
Gabriel Byrne Award winner In Treatment Paul Weston HBO [48]
Michael C. Hall Dexter Dexter Morgan Showtime
Jon Hamm Mad Men Don Draper AMC
Hugh Laurie House Gregory House Fox
Jonathan Rhys Meyers The Tudors Henry VIII of England Showtime
2009
(67th)
Michael C. Hall Award winner Dexter Dexter Morgan Showtime [49]
Simon Baker The Mentalist Patrick Jane CBS
Jon Hamm Mad Men Don Draper AMC
Hugh Laurie House Gregory House Fox
Bill Paxton Big Love Bill Henrickson HBO

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Steve Buscemi Award winner Boardwalk Empire Enoch "Nucky" Thompson HBO [50]
Bryan Cranston Breaking Bad Walter White AMC
Michael C. Hall Dexter Dexter Morgan Showtime
Jon Hamm Mad Men Don Draper AMC
Hugh Laurie House Gregory House Fox
2011
(69th)
Kelsey Grammer Award winner Boss Tom Kane Starz [51]
Steve Buscemi Boardwalk Empire Enoch "Nucky" Thompson HBO
Bryan Cranston Breaking Bad Walter White AMC
Jeremy Irons The Borgias Rodrigo Borgia / Pope Alexander VI Showtime
Damian Lewis Homeland Nicholas Brody
2012
(70th)
Damian Lewis Award winner Homeland Nicholas Brody Showtime [52]
Steve Buscemi Boardwalk Empire Enoch "Nucky" Thompson HBO
Bryan Cranston Breaking Bad Walter White AMC
Jeff Daniels The Newsroom Will McAvoy HBO
Jon Hamm Mad Men Don Draper AMC
2013
(71st)
Bryan Cranston Award winner Breaking Bad Walter White AMC [53]
Liev Schreiber Ray Donovan Ray Donovan Showtime
Michael Sheen Masters of Sex William Masters
Kevin Spacey House of Cards Frank Underwood Netflix
James Spader The Blacklist Raymond "Red" Reddington NBC
2014
(72nd)
Kevin Spacey Award winner House of Cards Frank Underwood Netflix [54]
Clive Owen The Knick John "Thack" Thackery Cinemax
Liev Schreiber Ray Donovan Ray Donovan Showtime
James Spader The Blacklist Raymond "Red" Reddington NBC
Dominic West The Affair Noah Solloway Showtime
2015
(73rd)
Jon Hamm Award winner Mad Men Don Draper AMC [55]
Rami Malek Mr. Robot Elliot Alderson USA
Wagner Moura Narcos Pablo Escobar Netflix
Bob Odenkirk Better Call Saul Saul Goodman AMC
Liev Schreiber Ray Donovan Ray Donovan Showtime

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