Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film

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Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film
Country United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded February 5, 1971
Currently held by Hugh Laurie
The Night Manager (2016)
Most awards Ed Asner (3)
Most nominations
Website goldenglobes.org

The Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film 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 supporting role on a television series, miniseries or motion picture made for television for the calendar year. The award was first presented at the 28th Golden Globe Awards on February 5, 1971 to James Brolin for his role on Marcus Welby, M.D.. It was presented under the title Best Supporting Actor – Television Series before changing to its current title in 1980.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 45 actors. Hugh Laurie is the current recipient of the award for his portrayal of Richard Onslow Roper on The Night Manager. Ed Asner has won the most awards in this category, winning three times. Sean Hayes and Jeremy Piven have each been nominated for the award on six occasions, the most within the category.

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
James Brolin was the first winner in this category for his role in Marcus Welby, M.D. He would later win for a second time in 1973.
Harvey Korman won the award after being nominated three times before for his performance on The Carol Burnett Show.
Ed Asner received the most wins in the category, winning three times for his roles on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rich Man, Poor Man.
Rob Reiner was nominated five times for his role as Michael Stivic on All in the Family.
Tony Danza was nominated for his performance on Taxi.

Best Supporting Actor – Television Series[edit]

1970s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1970
(28th)
James Brolin Award winner Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Steven Kiley ABC [1]
Tige Andrews The Mod Squad Captain Adam Greer ABC
Michael Constantine Room 222 Seymour Kaufman
Henry Gibson Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Various Characters NBC
Zalman King The Young Lawyers Aaron Silverman ABC
1971
(29th)
Ed Asner Award winner The Mary Tyler Moore Show Lou Grant CBS [2]
James Brolin Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Steven Kiley ABC
Harvey Korman The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters CBS
Rob Reiner All in the Family Michael Stivic
Milburn Stone Gunsmoke Dr. Galen "Doc" Adams
1972
(30th)
James Brolin Award winner Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Steven Kiley ABC [3]
Ed Asner The Mary Tyler Moore Show Lou Grant CBS
Ted Knight Ted Baxter
Harvey Korman The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters
Rob Reiner All in the Family Michael Stivic
1973
(31st)
McLean Stevenson Award winner M*A*S*H Lt. Col. Henry Braymore Blake, M.D. CBS [4]
Ed Asner The Mary Tyler Moore Show Lou Grant CBS
Will Geer The Waltons Zebulon Walton
Harvey Korman The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters
Strother Martin Hawkins R.J. Hawkins
Rob Reiner All in the Family Michael Stivic
1974
(32nd)
Harvey Korman Award winner The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters CBS [5]
Will Geer The Waltons Zebulon CBS
Gavin McLeod The Mary Tyler Moore Show Murray Slaughter
Whitman Mayo Sanford and Son Grady Wilson NBC
Jimmie Walker Good Times James "J.J." Evans, Jr. CBS
1975
(33rd)
Ed Asner Award winner The Mary Tyler Moore Show Lou Grant CBS [6]
Tim Conway Award winner The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters
Ted Knight The Mary Tyler Moore Show Ted Baxter CBS
Rob Reiner All in the Family Michael Stivic
Jimmie Walker Good Times James "J.J." Evans, Jr.
1976
(34th)
Ed Asner Award winner Rich Man, Poor Man Axel Jordache ABC [7]
Tim Conway The Carol Burnett Show Various Characters CBS
Charles Durning Captains and the Kings Ed Healey NBC
Gavin McLeod The Mary Tyler Moore Show Murray Slaughter CBS
Rob Reiner All in the Family Michael Stivic
1977
(35th)
No Award
1978
(36th)
Norman Fell Award winner Three's Company Stanley Roper ABC [8]
Jeff Conaway Taxi Bobby Wheeler ABC
Danny DeVito Louie De Palma
Pat Harrington Jr. One Day at a Time Dwayne Schneider CBS
Andy Kaufman Taxi Latka Gravas ABC
1979
(37th)
Danny DeVito Award winner Taxi Louie De Palma ABC [9]
Vic Tayback Award winner Alice Mel Sharples CBS
Jeff Conaway Taxi Bobby Wheeler ABC
Tony Danza Anthony "Tony" Banta
David Doyle Charlie's Angels John Bosley

Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film[edit]

Vic Tayback won the award twice for his role as Mel Sharples on Alice.
Edward James Olmos won in 1985 for his performance on Miami Vice and in 1994 for The Burning Season.
John Larroquette was nominated for his performance as Dan Fielding on Night Court.
John Hillerman won the award for his role as Jonathan Higgins in Magnum, P.I. and received four further nominations in the category.
Barry Bostwick won the award for his role on War and Remembrance as Carter "Lady" Aster.
Charles Durning won in 1990 for his portrayal of John F. Kennedy on The Kennedys of Massachusetts.
John Corbett was nominated in 1992 for his role on Northern Exposure and in 2002 for his role on Sex and the City.
David Hyde Pierce was nominated five times for his performance on Frasier as Dr. Niles Crane.
Ian McKellen won the award for his role as Tsar Nicholas II on Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny (1996).
Don Cheadle won for his portrayal of Sammy Davis Jr. on The Rat Pack (1998).
Robert Downey Jr. won in 2000 for his role on Ally McBeal as Ray Paul.
Donald Sutherland has received four nominations in this category, winning twice for Citizen X (1995) and Path to War (2002).
Sean Hayes has received six nominations for the award, the most in the category, for his performance on Will & Grace.
Jeremy Piven won one out of six nominations for his role on Entourage as Ari Gold.
John Lithgow won the award for his portrayal of Arthur Mitchell on Dexter.
Peter Dinklage won in 2011 for his performance on Game of Thrones as Tyrion Lannister.
Christian Slater won the award for his role as the titular character on Mr. Robot.

1980s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Pat Harrington Jr. Award winner One Day at a Time Dwayne Schneider CBS [10]
Vic Tayback Award winner Alice Mel Sharples NBC
Danny DeVito Taxi Louie De Palma ABC
Andy Kaufman Latka Gravas
Geoffrey Lewis Flo Earl Tucker CBS
1981
(39th)
John Hillerman Award winner Magnum, P.I. Jonathan Higgins CBS [11]
Danny DeVito Taxi Louie De Palma ABC
Pat Harrington Jr. One Day at a Time Dwayne Schneider NBC
Vic Tayback Alice Mel Sharples NBC
Hervé Villechaize Fantasy Island Tattoo ABC
1982
(40th)
Lionel Stander Award winner Hart to Hart Max ABC [12]
Pat Harrington Jr. One Day at a Time Dwayne Schneider CBS
John Hillerman Magnum, P.I. Jonathan Higgins
Lorenzo Lamas Falcon Crest Lance Cumson
Anson Williams Happy Days Potsie Weber ABC
1983
(41st)
Richard Kiley Award winner The Thorn Birds Paddy Cleary ABC [13]
Bryan Brown The Thorn Birds Luke O'Neill ABC
John Houseman The Winds of War Aaron Jastrow
Perry King The Hasty Heart Yank Showtime
Rob Lowe Thursday's Child Sam Alden HBO
Jan-Michael Vincent The Winds of War Byron "Briny" Henry ABC
1984
(42nd)
Paul LeMat Award winner The Burning Bed James "Mickey" Hughes NBC [14]
Pierce Brosnan Nancy Astor Robert Gould Shaw PBS
John Hillerman Magnum, P.I. Jonathan Higgins CBS
Ben Vereen Ellis Island Roscoe Haines CBS
Bruce Weitz Hill Street Blues Sgt. Michael "Mick" Belker NBC
1985
(43rd)
Edward James Olmos Award winner Miami Vice Lt. Martin Castillo NBC [15]
Ed Begley Jr. St. Elsewhere Dr. Victor Ehrlich NBC
David Carradine North and South Justin LaMotte ABC
Richard Farnsworth Chase Jude Grand Pettitt CBS
John James Dynasty Jeff Colby ABC
John Malkovich Death of a Salesman Biff Loman CBS
Pat Morita Amos Tommy Tanaka
Bruce Weitz Hill Street Blues Sgt. Michael "Mick" Belker NBC
1986
(44th)
Jan Niklas Award winner Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna Prince Erich NBC [16]
Tom Conti Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story Serge Klarsfeld ABC
John Hillerman Magnum, P.I. Jonathan Higgins CBS
Trevor Howard Christmas Eve Maitland NBC
Ron Leibman Morris Huffner
1987
(45th)
Rutger Hauer Award winner Escape from Sobibor Lieutenant Aleksandr 'Sasha' Pechersky CBS [17]
Kirk Cameron Growing Pains Mike Seaver ABC
Dabney Coleman Sworn to Silence Martin Costigan
John Hillerman Magnum, P.I. Jonathan Higgins CBS
John Larroquette Night Court Dan Fielding NBC
Brian McNamara Billionaire Boys Club Dean Karney
Alan Rachins L.A. Law Douglas Brackman
Gordon Thomson Dynasty Adam Carrington
1988
(46th)
Barry Bostwick Award winner War and Remembrance Col. Gen. Franz Halder ABC [18]
John Gielgud Award winner Aaron Jastrow
Armand Assante Jack the Ripper Richard Mansfield CBS
Kirk Cameron Growing Pains Mike Seaver ABC
Larry Drake L.A. Law Benny Stulwicz NBC
Derek Jacobi The Tenth Man The Impostor CBS
Edward James Olmos Miami Vice Lt. Martin Castillo NBC
1989
(47th)
Dean Stockwell Award winner Quantum Leap Al Calavicci NBC [19]
Chris Burke Life Goes On Charles "Corky" Thatcher ABC
Larry Drake L.A. Law Benny Stulwicz NBC
Tommy Lee Jones Lonesome Dove Captain Woodrow F. Call CBS
Michael Tucker L.A. Law Stuart Markowitz NBC

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Charles Durning Award winner The Kennedys of Massachusetts John F. Kennedy ABC [20]
Barry Miller Equal Justice Pete "Briggs" Brigman ABC
Jimmy Smits L.A. Law Victor Sifuentes NBC
Dean Stockwell Quantum Leap Al Calavicci
Blair Underwood L.A. Law Jonathan Rollins
1991
(49th)
Louis Gossett Jr. Award winner The Josephine Baker Story Sidney Williams HBO [21]
Larry Drake L.A. Law Benny Stulwicz NBC
Michael Jeter Evening Shade Herman Stiles CBS
Richard Kiley Separate but Equal Chief Justice of the United States Earl Warren ABC
Dean Stockwell Quantum Leap Al Calavicci NBC
1992
(50th)
Maximilian Schell Award winner Stalin Vladimir Lenin HBO [22]
Jason Alexander Seinfeld George Costanza NBC
John Corbett Northern Exposure Chris Stevens CBS
Hume Cronyn Broadway Bound Ben ABC
Earl Holliman Delta Darden Towe
Dean Stockwell Quantum Leap Al Calavicci NBC
1993
(51st)
Beau Bridges Award winner The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom Terry Harper HBO [23]
Jason Alexander Seinfeld George Costanza NBC
Dennis Franz NYPD Blue Andy Sipowicz ABC
John Mahoney Frasier Martin Crane NBC
Jonathan Pryce Barbarians at the Gate Henry Kravis HBO
1994
(52nd)
Edward James Olmos Award winner The Burning Season Wilson Pinheiro HBO [24]
Jason Alexander Seinfeld George Costanza NBC
Fyvush Finkel Picket Fences Douglas Wambaugh CBS
John Malkovich Heart of Darkness Colonel Kurtz TNT
David Hyde Pierce Frasier Dr. Niles Crane NBC
1995
(53rd)
Donald Sutherland Award winner Citizen X Mikhail Fetisov HBO [25]
Sam Elliott Buffalo Girls Wild Bill Hickok CBS
Tom Hulce The Heidi Chronicles Peter Patrone TNT
David Hyde Pierce Frasier Dr. Niles Crane NBC
Henry Thomas Indictment: The McMartin Trial Ray Buckey HBO
1996
(54th)
Ian McKellen Award winner Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny Tsar Nicholas II HBO [26]
David Paymer Crime of the Century David T. Wilentz HBO
David Hyde Pierce Frasier Dr. Niles Crane NBC
Anthony Quinn Gotti Aniello Dellacroce HBO
Noah Wyle ER Dr. John Carter NBC
1997
(55th)
George C. Scott Award winner 12 Angry Men Juror #3 Showtime [27]
Jason Alexander Seinfeld George Costanza NBC
Michael Caine Mandela and de Klerk F. W. de Klerk Showtime
David Hyde Pierce Frasier Dr. Niles Crane NBC
Eriq La Salle ER Dr. Peter Benton
Noah Wyle Dr. John Carter
1998
(56th)
Don Cheadle Award winner The Rat Pack Sammy Davis Jr. HBO [28]
Gregory Peck Award winner Moby Dick Father Mapple USA
Joe Mantegna The Rat Pack Dean Martin HBO
David Spade Just Shoot Me! Dennis Finch NBC
Noah Wyle ER Dr. John Carter
1999
(57th)
Peter Fonda Award winner The Passion of Ayn Rand Frank O'Connor Showtime [29]
Klaus Maria Brandauer Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Otto Preminger HBO
Sean Hayes Will & Grace Jack McFarland NBC
Chris Noth Sex and the City Mr. Big HBO
Peter O'Toole Joan of Arc Pierre Cauchon CBS
David Spade Just Shoot Me! Dennis Finch NBC

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2000
(58th)
Robert Downey Jr. Award winner Ally McBeal Ray Paul Fox [30]
Sean Hayes Will & Grace Jack McFarland NBC
John Mahoney Frasier Martin Crane
David Hyde Pierce Dr. Niles Crane
Christopher Plummer American Tragedy F. Lee Bailey CBS
Bradley Whitford The West Wing Josh Lyman NBC
2001
(59th)
Stanley Tucci Award winner Conspiracy Adolf Eichmann HBO [31]
John Corbett Sex and the City Aidan Shaw HBO
Sean Hayes Will & Grace Jack McFarland NBC
Ron Livingston Band of Brothers Lewis Nixon HBO
Bradley Whitford The West Wing Josh Lyman NBC
2002
(60th)
Donald Sutherland Award winner Path to War Clark M. Clifford HBO [32]
Alec Baldwin Path to War Robert McNamara HBO
Jim Broadbent The Gathering Storm Desmond Morton
Bryan Cranston Malcolm in the Middle Hal Wilkerson Fox
Sean Hayes Will & Grace Jack McFarland NBC
Dennis Haysbert 24 President David Palmer Fox
Michael Imperioli The Sopranos Christopher Moltisanti HBO
John Spencer The West Wing Leo McGarry NBC
Bradley Whitford Josh Lyman
2003
(61st)
Jeffrey Wright Award winner Angels in America Mr. Lies / Norman "Belize" Ariaga / Homeless Man / The Angel Europa / The Antarctic Eskimo HBO [33]
Sean Hayes Will & Grace Jack McFarland NBC
Lee Pace Soldier's Girl Calpernia Addams Showtime
Ben Shenkman Angels in America Louis Ironson / The Angel Oceania HBO
Patrick Wilson Joe Pitt
2004
(62nd)
William Shatner Award winner Boston Legal Denny Crane ABC [34]
Sean Hayes Will & Grace Jack McFarland NBC
Michael Imperioli The Sopranos Christopher Moltisanti HBO
Jeremy Piven Entourage Ari Gold
Oliver Platt Huff Russell Tupper Showtime
2005
(63rd)
Paul Newman Award winner Empire Falls Max Roby HBO [35]
Naveen Andrews Lost Sayid Jarrah ABC
Jeremy Piven Entourage Ari Gold HBO
Randy Quaid Elvis Colonel Tom Parker CBS
Donald Sutherland Commander in Chief Nathan Templeton ABC
2006
(64th)
Jeremy Irons Award winner Elizabeth I Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester HBO [36]
Thomas Haden Church Broken Trail Tom Harte AMC
Justin Kirk Weeds Andy Botwin Showtime
Masi Oka Heroes Hiro Nakamura NBC
Jeremy Piven Entourage Ari Gold HBO
2007
(65th)
Jeremy Piven Award winner Entourage Ari Gold HBO [37]
Ted Danson Damages Arthur Frobisher FX
Kevin Dillon Entourage Johnny "Drama" Chase HBO
Andy Serkis Longford Ian Brady
William Shatner Boston Legal Denny Crane ABC
Donald Sutherland Dirty Sexy Money Patrick "Tripp" Darling III
2008
(66th)
Tom Wilkinson Award winner John Adams Benjamin Franklin HBO [38]
Neil Patrick Harris How I Met Your Mother Barney Stinson CBS
Denis Leary Recount Michael Whouley HBO
Jeremy Piven Entourage Ari Gold
Blair Underwood In Treatment Alex Prince, Jr.
2009
(67th)
John Lithgow Award winner Dexter Arthur Mitchell Showtime [39]
Michael Emerson Lost Ben Linus ABC
Neil Patrick Harris How I Met Your Mother Barney Stinson CBS
William Hurt Damages Daniel Purcell FX
Jeremy Piven Entourage Ari Gold HBO

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Chris Colfer Award winner Glee Kurt Hummel Fox [40]
Scott Caan Hawaii Five-0 Danny Williams CBS
Chris Noth The Good Wife Peter Florrick
Eric Stonestreet Modern Family Cameron Tucker ABC
David Strathairn Temple Grandin Dr. Carlock HBO
2011
(69th)
Peter Dinklage Award winner Game of Thrones Tyrion Lannister HBO [41]
Paul Giamatti Too Big to Fail Ben Bernanke HBO
Guy Pearce Mildred Pierce Monty Beragon
Tim Robbins Cinema Verite Bill Loud
Eric Stonestreet Modern Family Cameron Tucker ABC
2012
(70th)
Ed Harris Award winner Game Change John McCain HBO [42]
Max Greenfield New Girl Schmidt Fox
Danny Huston Magic City Ben "The Butcher" Diamond Starz
Mandy Patinkin Homeland Saul Berenson Showtime
Eric Stonestreet Modern Family Cameron Tucker ABC
2013
(71st)
Jon Voight Award winner Ray Donovan Mickey Donovan Showtime [43]
Josh Charles The Good Wife Will Gardner CBS
Rob Lowe Behind the Candelabra Dr. Jack Startz HBO
Aaron Paul Breaking Bad Jesse Pinkman AMC
Corey Stoll House of Cards Peter Russo Netflix
2014
(72nd)
Matt Bomer Award winner The Normal Heart Felix Turner HBO [44]
Alan Cumming The Good Wife Eli Gold CBS
Colin Hanks Fargo Officer Gus Grimly FX
Bill Murray Olive Kitteridge Jack Kennison HBO
Jon Voight Ray Donovan Mickey Donovan Showtime
2015
(73rd)
Christian Slater Award winner Mr. Robot Mr. Robot / Edward Alderson USA [45]
Alan Cumming The Good Wife Eli Gold CBS
Damian Lewis Wolf Hall Henry VIII PBS
Ben Mendelsohn Bloodline Danny Rayburn Netflix
Tobias Menzies Outlander Frank Randall / Jonathan "Black Jack" Randall Starz
2016
(74th)
Hugh Laurie Award winner The Night Manager Richard Onslow Roper AMC [46]
Sterling K. Brown The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Christopher Darden FX
John Lithgow The Crown Winston Churchill Netflix
Christian Slater Mr. Robot Mr. Robot / Edward Alderson USA
John Travolta The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Robert Shapiro FX

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References[edit]

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