Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy

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Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Television Series Musical or Comedy
Country United States
Presented by HFPA
First awarded March 5, 1962
Currently held by Donald Glover,
Atlanta (2016)
Most awards Alan Alda, (6)
Most nominations Alan Alda, (11)
Official website goldenglobes.org

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). It is given in honor of an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role on a musical or comedy television series for the calendar year.

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. The award initially honored actors in both comedy and drama genres until 1969, when the award was split into categories that honored comedic and dramatic performances separately. It was presented under the new title Best TV Actor – Musical or Comedy and in 1980 under its current title.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 45 actors. Donald Glover is the current recipient of the award for his role as Earnest "Earn" Marks on Atlanta. Alan Alda has won the most awards in this category with six wins and received the most nominations at 11.

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.
John Charles Daly tied with Bob Newhart as the first recipient of the award.
Mickey Rooney won the award in 1963 for his work on Mickey.
Andy Williams was nominated in 1967 for his performance on The Andy Williams Show.
Dean Martin won once out of three nominations for his performance on The Dean Martin Show.
Dan Dailey won in 1969 for his work on The Governor & J.J..
Flip Wilson won in this category for his performance on The Flip Wilson Show.
Receiving six nominations in the category, Carroll O'Connor won the award in 1971 for his role as Archie Bunker on All in the Family.
Jack Klugman won the award in 1974 for his portrayal of Oscar Madison on The Odd Couple.
Ron Howard won the award in 1977, tying with Henry Winkler, for his portrayal of Richie Cunningham on Happy Days.
Henry Winkler won the award twice for his role as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli on Happy Days.
Robin Williams won in 1979 for his performance on Mork & Mindy.
Alan Alda received the most awards and nominations in this category—at six and eleven—all for his role as Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H.
Out of three nominatios, Bruce Willis won the award in 1986 for his performance on Moonlighting.
Richard Mulligan tied with Michael J. Fox and Judd Hirsch in 1988 for his work on Empty Nest.
Fred Savage received two nominations for his role as Kevin Arnold on The Wonder Years.
John Goodman won the award in 1992 for his portrayal of Dan Conner on Roseanne.
Jerry Seinfeld won the 1993 award for his performance on Seinfeld.
Tim Allen won in 1994 for his role on Home Improvement.
Kelsey Grammer won in 1995 and 2000 for his portrayal of the titular character on Frasier.
Michael J. Fox won the award three consecutive times for his role on Spin City as well as a four award in 1988 for his role on Family Ties.
Charlie Sheen won in 2001 for his performance on Spin City.
Ricky Gervais won the award for his role as David Brent on The Office.
Jason Bateman won in this category for his performance on Arrested Development as Michael Bluth.
David Duchovny won the 2007 award for his portrayal of Hank Moody on Californication.
Alec Baldwin won three times for his role on 30 Rock as Jack Donaghy.
Matt LeBlanc won in 2011 for his performance on Episodes.
Don Cheadle won the award for his role on House of Lies.
Gael García Bernal won in this category for his performance on Mozart in the Jungle.

Best TV Star – Male[edit]

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 – Musical or Comedy[edit]

1960s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1969
(27th)
Dan Dailey Award winner The Governor & J.J. William Drinkwater CBS [9]
Glen Campbell The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour Himself CBS
Tom Jones This Is Tom Jones Himself ABC
Dean Martin The Dean Martin Show Himself NBC
Jim Nabors The Jim Nabors Hour Himself CBS

1970s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Flip Wilson Award winner The Flip Wilson Show Various characters NBC [10]
Herschel Bernardi Arnie Arnie Nuvo CBS
David Frost The David Frost Show Himself Syndicated
Merv Griffin The Merv Griffin Show Himself CBS
Danny Thomas Make Room for Granddaddy Danny Williams ABC
1971
(29th)
Carroll O'Connor Award winner All in the Family Archie Bunker CBS [11]
Herschel Bernardi Arnie Arnie Nuvo CBS
Jack Klugman The Odd Couple Oscar Madison ABC
Dick Van Dyke The New Dick Van Dyke Show Dick Preston CBS
Flip Wilson The Flip Wilson Show Various characters NBC
1972
(30th)
Redd Foxx Award winner Sanford and Son Fred G. Sanford NBC [12]
Alan Alda M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS
Bill Cosby The New Bill Cosby Show Various characters
Paul Lynde The Paul Lynde Show Paul Simms ABC
Carroll O'Connor All in the Family Archie Bunker CBS
Flip Wilson The Flip Wilson Show Various characters NBC
1973
(31st)
Jack Klugman Award winner The Odd Couple Oscar Madison ABC [13]
Alan Alda M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS
Dom DeLuise Lotsa Luck Stanley Belmont NBC
Redd Foxx Sanford and Son Fred G. Sanford
Carroll O'Connor All in the Family Archie Bunker CBS
1974
(32nd)
Alan Alda Award winner M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS [14]
Ed Asner The Mary Tyler Moore Show Lou Grant CBS
Redd Foxx Sanford and Son Fred G. Sanford NBC
Bob Newhart The Bob Newhart Show Robert Hartley, Ph.D. CBS
Carroll O'Connor All in the Family Archie Bunker
1975
(33rd)
Alan Alda Award winner M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS [15]
Johnny Carson The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Various characters NBC
Redd Foxx Sanford and Son Fred G. Sanford
Hal Linden Barney Miller Captain Barney Miller ABC
Bob Newhart The Bob Newhart Show Robert Hartley, Ph.D. CBS
Carroll O'Connor All in the Family Archie Bunker
1976
(34th)
Henry Winkler Award winner Happy Days Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli ABC [16]
Alan Alda M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS
Michael Constantine Sirota's Court Judge Matthew Sirota NBC
Sammy Davis Jr. Sammy and Company Various characters Syndicated
Hal Linden Barney Miller Captain Barney Miller NBC
Freddie Prinze Chico and the Man Chico Rodriguez
Tony Randall The Tony Randall Show Walter Franklin ABC
1977
(35th)
Ron Howard Award winner Happy Days Richie Cunningham ABC [17]
Henry Winkler Award winner Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli
Alan Alda M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS
Hal Linden Barney Miller Captain Barney Miller NBC
Carroll O'Connor All in the Family Archie Bunker CBS
1978
(36th)
Robin Williams Award winner Mork & Mindy Mork ABC [18]
Alan Alda M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS
Gavin MacLeod The Love Boat Captain Merrill Stubing ABC
Judd Hirsch Taxi Alex Rieger
John Ritter Three's Company Jack Tripper
1979
(37th)
Alan Alda Award winner M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS [19]
Judd Hirsch Taxi Alex Rieger ABC
Wilfrid Hyde-White The Associates Emerson Marshall
John Ritter Three's Company Jack Tripper
Robin Williams Mork & Mindy Mork

Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy[edit]

1980s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Alan Alda Award winner M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS [20]
Judd Hirsch Taxi Alex Reiger ABC
Hal Linden Barney Miller Barney Miller
Gavin MacLeod The Love Boat Merrill Stubing
Wayne Rogers House Calls Charley Michaels CBS
1981
(39th)
Alan Alda Award winner M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS [21]
James Garner Bret Maverick Bret Maverick NBC
Judd Hirsch Taxi Alex Reiger ABC
Hal Linden Barney Miller Barney Miller
Tony Randall Love, Sidney Sidney Shore NBC
1982
(40th)
Alan Alda Award winner M*A*S*H Hawkeye Pierce CBS [22]
Robert Guillaume Benson Benson DuBois ABC
Judd Hirsch Taxi Alex Reiger
Bob Newhart Newhart Dick Loudon CBS
Tony Randall Love, Sidney Sidney Shore NBC
1983
(41st)
John Ritter Award winner Three's Company Jack Tripper ABC [23]
Dabney Coleman Buffalo Bill Bill Bittinger NBC
Ted Danson Cheers Sam Malone
Robert Guillaume Benson Benson DuBois ABC
Bob Newhart Newhart Dick Loudon CBS
1984
(42nd)
Bill Cosby Award winner The Cosby Show Cliff Huxtable NBC [24]
Ted Danson Cheers Sam Malone NBC
Robert Guillaume Benson Benson DuBois ABC
Sherman Hemsley The Jeffersons George Jefferson CBS
Bob Newhart Newhart Dick Loudon
1985
(43rd)
Bill Cosby Award winner The Cosby Show Cliff Huxtable NBC [25]
Tony Danza Who's the Boss? Tony Micelli ABC
Michael J. Fox Family Ties Alex P. Keaton NBC
Bob Newhart Newhart Dick Loudon CBS
Bruce Willis Moonlighting David Addison ABC
1986
(44th)
Bruce Willis Award winner Moonlighting David Addison ABC [26]
Bill Cosby The Cosby Show Cliff Huxtable NBC
Ted Danson Cheers Sam Malone
Tony Danza Who's the Boss? Tony Micelli ABC
Michael J. Fox Family Ties Alex P. Keaton NBC
1987
(45th)
Dabney Coleman Award winner The Slap Maxwell Story Slap Maxwell ABC [27]
Michael J. Fox Family Ties Alex P. Keaton NBC
John Ritter Hooperman Det. Harry Hooperman ABC
Alan Thicke Growing Pains Jason Seaver
Bruce Willis Moonlighting David Addison
1988
(46th)
Michael J. Fox Award winner Family Ties Alex P. Keaton NBC [28]
Judd Hirsch Award winner Dear John John Lacey
Richard Mulligan Award winner Empty Nest Harry Weston
Ted Danson Cheers Sam Malone NBC
John Goodman Roseanne Dan Conner ABC
1989
(47th)
Ted Danson Award winner Cheers Sam Malone NBC [29]
John Goodman Roseanne Dan Conner ABC
Judd Hirsch Dear John John Lacey NBC
Richard Mulligan Empty Nest Harry Weston
Fred Savage The Wonder Years Kevin Arnold ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Ted Danson Award winner Cheers Sam Malone NBC [30]
John Goodman Roseanne Dan Conner ABC
Richard Mulligan Empty Nest Harry Weston NBC
Burt Reynolds Evening Shade Wood Newton CBS
Fred Savage The Wonder Years Kevin Arnold ABC
1991
(49th)
Burt Reynolds Award winner Evening Shade Wood Newton CBS [31]
Ted Danson Cheers Sam Malone NBC
Neil Patrick Harris Doogie Howser, M.D. Doogie Howser ABC
Craig T. Nelson Coach Hayden Fox
Ed O'Neill Married... with Children Al Bundy Fox
1992
(50th)
John Goodman Award winner Roseanne Dan Conner ABC [32]
Tim Allen Home Improvement Tim Taylor ABC
Ted Danson Cheers Sam Malone NBC
Craig T. Nelson Coach Hayden Fox ABC
Ed O'Neill Married... with Children Al Bundy Fox
Burt Reynolds Evening Shade Wood Newton CBS
Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Will Smith NBC
1993
(51st)
Jerry Seinfeld Award winner Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld NBC [33]
Tim Allen Home Improvement Tim Taylor ABC
Kelsey Grammer Frasier Dr. Frasier Crane NBC
Craig T. Nelson Coach Hayden Fox ABC
Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Will Smith NBC
1994
(52nd)
Tim Allen Award winner Home Improvement Tim Taylor ABC [34]
Kelsey Grammer Frasier Dr. Frasier Crane NBC
Craig T. Nelson Coach Hayden Fox ABC
Paul Reiser Mad About You Paul Buchman NBC
Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld
Garry Shandling The Larry Sanders Show Larry Sanders HBO
1995
(53rd)
Kelsey Grammer Award winner Frasier Dr. Frasier Crane NBC [35]
Tim Allen Home Improvement Tim Taylor ABC
Paul Reiser Mad About You Paul Buchman NBC
Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld
Garry Shandling The Larry Sanders Show Larry Sanders HBO
1996
(54th)
John Lithgow Award winner 3rd Rock from the Sun Dr. Dick Solomon NBC [36]
Tim Allen Home Improvement Tim Taylor ABC
Michael J. Fox Spin City Mike Flaherty
Kelsey Grammer Cheers Dr. Frasier Crane NBC
Paul Reiser Mad About You Paul Buchman
1997
(55th)
Michael J. Fox Award winner Spin City Mike Flaherty ABC [37]
Kelsey Grammer Frasier Dr. Frasier Crane NBC
John Lithgow 3rd Rock from the Sun Dr. Dick Solomon
Paul Reiser Mad About You Paul Buchman
Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld
1998
(56th)
Michael J. Fox Award winner Spin City Mike Flaherty ABC [38]
Thomas Gibson Dharma & Greg Greg Montgomery CBS
Kelsey Grammer Frasier Dr. Frasier Crane NBC
John Lithgow 3rd Rock from the Sun Dr. Dick Solomon
George Segal Just Shoot Me! Jack Gallo
1999
(57th)
Michael J. Fox Award winner Spin City Mike Flaherty ABC [39]
Thomas Gibson Dharma & Greg Greg Montgomery CBS
Eric McCormack Will & Grace Will Truman NBC
Ray Romano Everybody Loves Raymond Raymond Barone CBS
George Segal Just Shoot Me! Jack Gallo NBC

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2000
(38th)
Kelsey Grammer Award winner Frasier Dr. Frasier Crane NBC [40]
Ted Danson Becker Dr. John Becker CBS
Eric McCormack Will & Grace Will Truman NBC
Frankie Muniz Malcolm in the Middle Malcolm Wilkerson Fox
Ray Romano Everybody Loves Raymond Raymond Barone CBS
2001
(59th)
Charlie Sheen Award winner Spin City Charlie Crawford ABC [41]
Tom Cavanagh Ed Ed Stevens NBC
Kelsey Grammer Frasier Dr. Frasier Crane
Eric McCormack Will & Grace Will Truman
Frankie Muniz Malcolm in the Middle Malcolm Wilkerson Fox
2002
(60th)
Tony Shalhoub Award winner Monk Adrian Monk USA Network [42]
Larry David Curb Your Enthusiasm Himself HBO
Matt LeBlanc Friends Joey Tribbiani NBC
Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show Bernie McCullough Fox
Eric McCormack Will & Grace Will Truman NBC
2003
(61st)
Ricky Gervais Award winner The Office David Brent BBC America [43]
Matt LeBlanc Friends Joey Tribbiani NBC
Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show Bernie McCullough Fox
Eric McCormack Will & Grace Will Truman NBC
Tony Shalhoub Monk Adrian Monk USA Network
2004
(62nd)
Jason Bateman Award winner Arrested Development Michael Bluth Fox [44]
Zack Braff Scrubs John "J.D." Dorian NBC
Larry David Curb Your Enthusiasm Himself HBO
Matt LeBlanc Joey Joey Tribbiani NBC
Tony Shalhoub Monk Adrian Monk USA Network
Charlie Sheen Two and a Half Men Charlie Harper CBS
2005
(63rd)
Steve Carell Award winner The Office Michael Scott NBC [45]
Zack Braff Scrubs John "J.D." Dorian NBC
Larry David Curb Your Enthusiasm Himself HBO
Jason Lee My Name is Earl Earl Hickey NBC
Charlie Sheen Two and a Half Men Charlie Harper CBS
2006
(64th)
Alec Baldwin Award winner 30 Rock Jack Donaghy NBC [46]
Zack Braff Scrub John "J.D." Dorian NBC
Steve Carell The Office Michael Scott
Jason Lee My Name is Earl Earl Hickey
Charlie Sheen Two and a Half Men Charlie Harper CBS
2007
(65th)
David Duchovny Award winner Californication Hank Moody Showtime [47]
Alec Baldwin 30 Rock Jack Donaghy NBC
Steve Carell The Office Michael Scott
Ricky Gervais Extras Andy Millman HBO
Lee Pace Pushing Daisies Ned ABC
2008
(66th)
Alec Baldwin Award winner 30 Rock Jack Donaghy NBC [48]
Steve Carell The Office Michael Scott NBC
Kevin Connolly Entourage Eric Murphy HBO
David Duchovny Californication Hank Moody Showtime
Tony Shalhoub Monk Adrian Monk USA Network
2009
(67th)
Alec Baldwin Award winner 30 Rock Jack Donaghy NBC [49]
Steve Carell The Office Michael Scott NBC
David Duchovny Californication Hank Moody Showtime
Thomas Jane Hung Ray Drecker HBO
Matthew Morrison Glee Will Schuester Fox

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Jim Parsons Award winner The Big Bang Theory Dr. Sheldon Cooper CBS [50]
Alec Baldwin 30 Rock Jack Donaghy NBC
Steve Carell The Office Michael Scott
Thomas Jane Hung Ray Drecker HBO
Matthew Morrison Glee Will Schuester Fox
2011
(69th)
Matt LeBlanc Award winner Episodes Himself Showtime [51]
Alec Baldwin 30 Rock Jack Donaghy NBC
David Duchovny Californication Hank Moody Showtime
Johnny Galecki The Big Bang Theory Dr. Leonard Hofstadter CBS
Thomas Jane Hung Ray Drecker HBO
2012
(70th)
Don Cheadle Award winner House of Lies Marty Kaan Showtime [52]
Alec Baldwin 30 Rock Jack Donaghy NBC
Louis C.K. Louie Louie FX
Matt LeBlanc Episodes Himself Showtime
Jim Parsons The Big Bang Theory Dr. Sheldon Cooper CBS
2013
(71st)
Andy Samberg Award winner Brooklyn Nine-Nine Jake Peralta Fox [53]
Jason Bateman Arrested Development Michael Bluth Netflix
Don Cheadle House of Lies Marty Kaan Showtime
Michael J. Fox The Michael J. Fox Show Mike Henry NBC
Jim Parsons The Big Bang Theory Dr. Sheldon Cooper CBS
2014
(72nd)
Jeffrey Tambor Award winner Transparent Maura Pfefferman Amazon [54]
Louis C.K. Louie Louie FX
Don Cheadle House of Lies Marty Kaan Showtime
Ricky Gervais Derek Derek Noakes Netflix
William H. Macy Shameless Frank Gallagher Showtime
2015
(73rd)
Gael García Bernal Award winner Mozart in the Jungle Rodrigo De Souza Amazon [55]
Aziz Ansari Master of None Dev Shah Netflix
Rob Lowe The Grinder Dean Sanderson Jr. Fox
Patrick Stewart Blunt Talk Walter Blunt Starz
Jeffrey Tambor Transparent Maura Pfefferman Amazon
2016
(74th)
Donald Glover Award winner Atlanta Earnest "Earn" Marks FX [56]
Anthony Anderson Black-ish Andre "Dre" Johnson, Sr. ABC
Gael García Bernal Mozart in the Jungle Rodrigo De Souza Amazon
Nick Nolte Graves Richard Graves Epix
Jeffrey Tambor Transparent Maura Pfefferman Amazon

Superlatives[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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