List of awards and nominations received by Frasier

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List of major awards won and nominations received by Frasier.[1] Throughout the series run it received major recognition for its outstanding achievement in directing, writing and acting. It won 17 of 63 Creative Arts Emmy awards including Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (2000), (2001) and (2004) awarded to actresses Jean Smart and Laura Linney for their performances as and , Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (2001) and (2002) awarded to actors Derek Jacobi and Anthony LaPaglia for their performances as and , 3 of its 24 Golden Globe awards for Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical (1995) and two for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical awarded to actor Kelsey Grammer for his performance as Frasier Crane, 17 of its 40 Primetime Emmy awards including five for Outstanding Comedy Series (1994), (1995), (1996), (1997) and (1998), Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series awarded to James Burrows (1994), two for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series (1994) and (1995) awarded to David Angell, Peter Casey, David Lee, Chuck Ranberg and Anne Flett-Giordano, four for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (1994), (1995), (1998) and (2004) awarded to Kelsey, four for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (1995), (1998), (1999) and (2004) awarded to actor David Hyde Pierce for his performance as Niles Crane, and 2 of its 26 Screen Actors Guild awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series awarded to David (1996), and Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (2000) awarded to the cast including actress Peri Gilpin for her performance Roz Doyle, Kelsey, actress Jane Leeves for her performance as Daphne Moon, actor John Mahoney for his performance as Martin Crane, and David.

Total nominations and awards for the cast[edit]

Kelsey Grammer received 10 Primetime Emmy award nominations, winning 4
David Hyde Pierce received 11 Primetime Emmy award nominations, winning 4
Jane Leeves received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination, losing respectively
John Mahoney received 2 Primetime Emmy award nomination, losing both respectively
Jean Smart is the only guest starring actress to receive 2 Primetime Emmy award nominations, winning both
Derek Jacobi is the first guest starring actor to receive a Primetime Emmy award
Anthony LaPaglia is the only guest starring actor to receive 3 Primetime Emmy award nominations, winning1
Laura Linney is the second guest starring actress to receive a Primetime Emmy award
John Glover received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for his guest appearance season 1 episode "Oops"
Nathan Lane received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for his guest appearance season 2 episode "Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice..."
Bebe Neuwirth received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for her guest appearance season 2 episode "Adventures in Paradise (Part 2)"
JoBeth Williams received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for her guest appearance season 2 episode "Adventures in Paradise (Part 2)"
Griffin Dunne received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for his guest appearance season 3 episode "The Friend"
Shelley Long received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for her guest appearance season 3 episode "The Show Where Diane Comes Back"
James Earl Jones received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for his guest appearance4 season episode "Roz's Krantz and Gouldenstein are Dead"
Marsha Mason received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for her guest appearance season 4 episode "Dad Loves Sherry, The Boys Just Whine"
Patti LuPone received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for her guest appearance season 5 episode "Beware of Greeks"
Woody Harrelson received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for his guest appearanceseason 6 episode "The Show Where Woody Shows Up"
Christine Baranski received 1 Primetime Emmy award nomination for her guest appearance season 6 episode "Dr. Nora"
Piper Laurie received 1 Primetime Emmy award nominations for her guest appearance season 6 episode "Dr. Nora"
Victor Garber lost his Primetime Emmy award nomination to fellow guest star Derek Jacobi who guest starred the same season as him
Adam Arkin lost his Primetime Emmy award nomination to fellow guest star Anthony LaPaglia who guest starred the same season as him
Brian Cox lost his Primetime Emmy award nomination to fellow guest star Anthony LaPaglia who guest starred the same season as him

List of Actors nominations and awards[edit]

Actors Character Nominations Wins
Kelsey Grammer Frasier Crane 78 20
David Hyde Pierce Niles Crane 75 25
Jane Leeves Daphne Moon 35 2
John Mahoney Martin Crane 30 2
Peri Gilpin Roz Doyle 24 1
Dan Butler Bob "Bulldog" Brisco 7 0
Moose Eddie 1 1
Jean Smart Lana Gardner 5 3
Bebe Neuwirth Lilith Sternin 5 0
Christine Baranski Nora Fairchild 3 1
Anthony LaPaglia Simon Moon 3 2
Laura Linney Charlotte Connor 3 1
James Earl Jones Norman Royster 2 0
Marsha Mason Sherry Dempsey 2 0
Victor Garber Ferguson 2 0
Patrick Stewart Alistair Burke 2 0
Derek Jacobi Jackson Hedley 1 1
Nathan Lane Phil 1 0
JoBeth Williams Madeline Marshall 1 0
Griffin Dunne unknown 1 0
Harris Yulin Jerome Belasco 1 0
Shelley Long Diane Chambers 1 0
Patti LuPone Zora Crane 1 0
Woody Harrelson Woody Boyd 1 0
Piper Laurie Marianne 1 0
Adam Arkin Tom 1 0
Brian Cox Harry Moon 1 0
Kim Coles Mary 1 0
Michael Keaton Blaine Sternin 1 0
Allison Janney Susanna 1 0

Prestigious Awards[edit]

Art Directors Guild awards[edit]

0 wins of 2 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1997 Multi-Camera Television Series Roy Christopher
Wendell Johnson
Nominated Herman F. Zimmeran & Randall McIlvain (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) [2]
1998 Roy Christopher
Richard Fernandez
Nominated Paul Eads & Lee Mayman (Brooklyn South) [3]

Creative Arts Emmy awards[edit]

17 wins of 63 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series John Glover Nominated Martin Sheen (Murphy Brown) [4]
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Won
Outstanding Art Direction for a Series Roy Christopher Nominated Paul Eads & Mary Ann Biddle (NYPD Blue)
Outstanding Main Title Theme Music Bruce Miller Nominated John Debney (SeaQuest 2032)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Robert Crosby Nominated Peter Damski (Mad About You)
1995 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Nathan Lane Nominated Carl Reiner (Mad About You) [5]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Bebe Neuwirth Nominated Cyndi Lauper (Mad About You)
JoBeth Williams Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Series Roy Christopher Nominated Garvin Eddy (Cybill)
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Nominated Janet Ashikaga (Seinfeld)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Nominated Peter Damski (Mad About You)
1996 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Griffin Dunne Nominated Tim Conway (Coach) [6]
Harris Yulin Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Shelley Long Nominated Betty White (The John Larroquette Show)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Won
Outstanding Casting for a Series Jeff Greenberg Nominated Debi Manwiller (Chicago Hope)
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Won
Timothy Mozer Nominated Ron Volk (Frasier)
1997 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series James Earl Jones Nominated Mel Brooks (Mad About You) [7]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Marsha Mason Nominated Carol Burnett (Mad About You)
Outstanding Casting for a Series Jeff Greenberg Nominated Barbara Miller (ER)
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Nominated Kris Trexler (Ellen)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Nominated Jesse Peck (3rd Rock from the Sun)
1998 Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Patti LuPone Nominated Emma Thompson (Ellen) [8]
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Won
Jane Ashikaga Nominated Ron Volk (Frasier)
Outstanding Casting for a Series Jeff Greenberg Nominated Louis DiGiamo, Pat Moran & Brett Goldstein (Homicide: Life on the Street)
Outstanding Costume Design for a Series Audrey M. Bansmer Nominated Dan Moore (The Magnificent Seven)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Nominated Paul Lewis (Ally McBeal)
1999 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Woody Harrelson Nominated Mel Brooks (Mad About You) [9]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Christine Baranski Nominated Tracey Ullman (Ally McBeal)
Piper Laurie Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Nominated Janet Ashikaga (Sports Night)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Nominated Paul Lewis (Ally McBeal)
2000 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony LaPaglia Nominated Bruce Willis (Friends) [10]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Jean Smart Won
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk
Scott Maisano
Won
Ron Volk Nominated Ron Volk & Scott Maisano (Frasier)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Nominated Paul Lewis (Ally McBeal)
2001 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Derek Jacobi Won [11]
Victor Garber Nominated Derek Jacobi (Frasier)
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Jean Smart Won
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Won
Outstanding Art Direction for a Series Roy Christopher Nominated Glenda Rovello (Will & Grace)
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Jeff Greenberg Nominated Nikki Valko & Ken Miller (Ally McBeal)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Nominated Brentley Walton (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Ken Lamkin Nominated Tony Askins (Will & Grace)
2002 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony LaPaglia Won [12]
Adam Arkin Nominated Anthony LaPaglia (Frasier)
Brian Cox Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Won
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Jeff Greenberg Nominated Jennifer McNamara (Sex and the City)
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Ken Lamkin Nominated Tony Askins (Will & Grace)
2003 Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Won [13]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Ken Lamkin Nominated Tony Askins (Will & Grace)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Nominated Brentley Walton (Everybody Loves Raymond)
2004 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Anthony LaPaglia Nominated John Turturro (Monk) [14]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Laura Linney Won
Outstanding Art Direction for a Series Amy Skjonsby-Winslow Won
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Ron Volk Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure Won
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Jeff Greenberg Nominated Deborah Barylski & Geraldine Leder (Arrested Development)

Directors Guild awards[edit]

2 wins of 9 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series James Burrows Won [15]
1995 David Lee Won [16]
Rick Beren Nominated David Lee (Frasier)
1996 David Lee Nominated Gordon Hunt (Mad About You) [17]
1998 Pamela Fryman Nominated Andy Ackerman (Seinfeld) [18]
1999 Kelsey Grammer Nominated Thomas Schlamme (Sports Night) [19]
2000 Pamela Fryman Nominated [20]
Katy Garretson Nominated
2001 Pamela Fryman Nominated James Burrows (Will & Grace) [21]

Golden Globe awards[edit]

3 wins of 24 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Seinfeld [22]
Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Nominated Jerry Seinfeld (Seinfeld)
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television John Mahoney Nominated Beau Bridges (The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheelearder-Murdering Mom)
1995 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Won tied with (Mad About You) [23]
Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Nominated Tim Allen (Home Improvement)
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television David Hyde Pierce Nominated Edward James Olmos (The Burning Season)
Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television Jane Leeves Nominated Miranda Richarson (Fatherland)
1996 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Cybill [24]
Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television David Hyde Pierce Nominated Donald Sutherland (Citizen X)
1997 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated 3rd Rock from the Sun [25]
Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Nominated John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun)
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television David Hyde Pierce Nominated Ian McKellen (Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny)
1998 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Ally McBeal [26]
Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Nominated Michael F. Fox (Spin City)
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television David Hyde Pierce Nominated George C. Scott (12 Angry Men)
1999 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Ally McBeal [27]
Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Nominated Michael J. Fox (Spin City)
2001 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Sex and the City [28]
Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television David Hyde Pierce Nominated Robert Downey, Jr. (Ally McBeal)
John Mahoney Nominated
2002 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Sex and the City [29]
Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Nominated Charlie Sheen (Spin City)

Primetime Emmy awards[edit]

17 wins of 40 Nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 Outstanding Comedy Series Won [30]
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series James Burrows Won
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series David Angell
Peter Casey
David Lee
Won
Ken Levine
David Isaacs
Nominated David Angell, Peter Casey & David Lee (Frasier)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Michael Richards (Seinfeld)
1995 Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series David Lee Won [31]
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Chuck Ranberg

Anne Flett-Giordano

Won
Joe Kennan Nominated Chuck Ranberg & Anne Flett-Giordano (Frasier)
Outstanding Comedy Series Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
1996 Outstanding Comedy Series Won [32]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Rip Torn (The Larry Sanders Show)
1997 Outstanding Comedy Series Won [33]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Michael Richards (Seinfeld)
1998 Outstanding Comedy Series Won [34]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Lisa Kudrow (Friends)
1999 Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated Ally McBeal [35]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
John Mahoney Nominated David Hyde Pierce (Frasier)
2000 Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated Will & Grace [36]
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Christopher Lloyd

Joe Keenan

Nominated Linwood Boomer (Malcolm in the Middle)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Michael J. Fox (Spin City)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Sean Hayes (Will & Grace)
2001 Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated Sex and the City [37]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Eric McCormack (Will & Grace)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Peter MacNicol (Ally McBeal)
2002 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) [38]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Brad Garrett (Everybody Loves Raymond)
2003 Nominated [39]
John Mahoney Nominated
2004 Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Christopher Lloyd
Joe Keenan
Nominated Michael Hurwitz (Arrested Development) [40]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won

Producers Guild awards[edit]

1 win of 3 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lot to Ref
1996 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television David Lee

Peter Casey

Won [41]
2001 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Comedy Nominated Darren Star, Michael Patrick King, John P. Melfi & Jenny Bicks (Sex and the City) [42]
2002 Nominated [43]

Screen Actors Guild awards[edit]

2 wins of 26 nominations

Year Categorey Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1995 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Jason Alexander (Seinfeld) [44]
David Hyde Pierce Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Seinfeld)
1996 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated David Hyde Pierce (Frasier) [45]
David Hyde Pierce Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Dan Butler
Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Friends)
1997 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun) [46]
David Hyde Pierce Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Dan Butler
Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Seinfeld)
1998 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun) [47]
David Hyde Pierce Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Dan Butler
Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Seinfeld)
1999 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Michael J. Fox (Spin City) [48]
David Hyde Pierce Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Ally McBeal)
2000 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Michael J. Fox (Spin City) [49]
David Hyde Pierce Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Won
2001 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Robert Downey, Jr. (Ally McBeal) [50]
David Hyde Pierce Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Will & Grace)
2002 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Sean Hayes (Will & Grace) [51]
David Hyde Pierce Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Sex and the City)
2003 Nominated Cast of (Everybody Loves Raymond) [52]
2004 Nominated Cast of (Sex and the City) [53]

Writers Guild awards[edit]

6 wins of 10 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1995 Episodic Comedy Chuck Ranberg
Anne Flett-Giordana
Nominated Lawrence H. Levy & Larry David (Seinfeld) [54]
1996 Joe Keenan Won [55]
Elias Davis
David Pollock
Nominated Joe Keenan (Frasier)
1998 Rob Greenberg Nominated Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin (Seinfeld) [56]
1999 Won [57]
2000 Jay Kogen Won [58]
2001 Christopher Lloyd
Joe Keenan
Won [59]
Joe Keenan Nominated Christopher Lloyd & Joe Kennan (Frasier)
2003 Dan O'Shannon
Lori Kirkland Baker
Bob Daily
Won [60]
2004 Bob Daily Won [61]

Audience Awards[edit]

People's Choice awards[edit]

4 wins of 4 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 Favorite New Television Comedy Series Won tied with (Grace Under Fire) [62]
Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Series Kelsey Grammer Won
1999 Favorite Television Comedy Series Won tied with (Seinfeld) [63]
2002 Favorite Male Television Performer Kelsey Grammer Won tied with Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) [64]

Critics & Association Awards[edit]

Casting Society awards[edit]

5 wins of 12 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 Best Casting for a TV, Pilot Jeff Greenberg Nominated Junie Lowry-Johnson & Alexa L. Fogel (NYPD Blue) [65]
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic Won
1995 Won [66]
1996 Won [67]
1997 Won [68]
1998 Nominated Tammara Billik (Ellen) [69]
1999 Won [70]
2000 Nominated Tracy Lilienfield (Will & Grace) [71]
2001 Nominated Nikki Valko & Ken Miller (Ally McBeal) [72]
2002 Nominated Tracy Lilienfield (Will & Grace) [73]
2003 Nominated Ronnie Yeskel & Richard Hicks (Curb Your Enthusiasm) [74]
2004 Nominated Deborah Barylski & Geraldine Leder (Arrested Development) [75]

GLAAD Media awards[edit]

1 win of 1 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Ref
1995 Outstanding Television Comedy Series Won [76]

NAACP Image awards[edit]

0 wins of 2 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1998 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series James Earl Jones Nominated Alfonso Riberio (In the House) [77]
2001 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Kim Coles Nominated Terri J. Vaughn (The Steve Harvey Show) [78]

Online Film & Television Association awards[edit]

15 wins of 72 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1997 Best Series Nominated ER [79]
Best Comedy Series Won
Best Direction in a Comedy Series Won
Best Writing in a Series Nominated The X-Files
Best Writing in a Comedy Series Nominated The Simpsons
Best Lead Actor in a Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun)
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Won tied with John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun)
Best Supporting Actor in a Series David Hyde Pierce Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Won
Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Bebe Neuwirth Nominated Laura Dern (Ellen)
Best Ensemble in a Series Dan Butler
Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (ER)
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Dan Butler
Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Friends)
Best Editing in a Series Nominated NYPD Blue
1998 Best Series Nominated The X-Files [80]
Best Comedy Series Won tied with (Ally McBeal)
Best Direction in a Series Nominated The X-Files
Best Direction in a Comedy Series Won tied with (Ally McBeal)
Best Writing in a Series Nominated Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Best Writing in a Comedy Series Nominated The Simpsons
Best Lead Actor in a Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Series David Hyde Pierce Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Won
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld)
Best Ensemble in a Series Dan Butler
Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (ER)
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Dan Butler
Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Janes Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Ally McBeal)
Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Bebe Neuwirth Nominated Ellen DeGeneres (Mad About You)
1999 Best Comedy Series Nominated Friends [81]
Best Direction in a Comedy Series Nominated Ally McBeal
Best Writing in a Comedy Series Nominated Will & Grace
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Eric McCormack (Will & Grace)
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Peter McNicol (Ally McBeal)
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Lucy Liu (Ally McBeal)
Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Christine Baranski Won
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Ally McBeal)
2000 Best Comedy Series Nominated Will & Grace [82]
Best Direction in a Comedy Series Nominated Friends
Best Writing in a Comedy Series Nominated Will & Grace
Best Editing in a Series Nominated The Sopranos
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Sean Hayes (Will & Grace)
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Megan Mullally (Will & Grace)
Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Jean Smart Nominated Bea Arthur (Malcolm in the Middle)
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Will & Grace)
2001 Best Comedy Series Nominated Will & Grace [83]
Best Direction in a Comedy Series Nominated
Best Writing in a Comedy Series Nominated
Best Editing in a Series Nominated
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Eric McCormack (Will & Grace)
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Sean Hayes (Will & Grace)
John Mahoney Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Megan Mullally (Will & Grace)
Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Victor Garber Nominated Patrick Dempsey (Will & Grace)
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jean Smart Won
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Will & Grace)
2002 Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Bernie Mac (The Bernie Mac Show) [84]
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated John C. McGinley (Scrubs)
Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Michael Keaton Nominated Matt Damon (Will & Grace)
Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Allison Janney Nominated Cloris Leachman (Malcolm in the Middle)
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Scrubs)
2003 Best Writing in a Comedy Series Joe Keenan Nominated Tucker Cawley (Everybody Loves Raymond) [85]
Sam Johnson Nominated
Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Patrick Stewart Won
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Arrested Development)
2004 Best Comedy Series Nominated Desperate Housewives [86]
Best Direction in a Comedy Series Nominated
Best Writing in a Comedy Series Nominated
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Jason Bateman (Arrested Development)
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series John Mahoney Nominated John C. McGinley (Scrubs)
Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Laura Linney Nominated Liza Minelli (Arrested Development)
Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series Peri Gilpin
Kelsey Grammer
Jane Leeves
John Mahoney
David Hyde Pierce
Nominated Cast of (Arrested Development)
2006 OFTA TV Hall of Fame - Television Programs Won [87]

Television Critics Association awards[edit]

5 wins of 11 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Won [88]
1995 Won [89]
1996 Won [90]
1997 Nominated The Larry Sanders Show [91]
Individual Achievement in Comedy Kelsey Grammer Nominated David Hyde Pierce (Frasier)
David Hyde Pierce Won
1998 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Nominated The Larry Sanders Show [92]
Individual Achievement in Comedy David Hyde Pierce Won
1999 Kelsey Grammer Nominated Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) [93]
2000 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Nominated Malcolm in the Middle [94]
2004 Heritage award Nominated 60 Minutes [95]

Viewers for Quality Television[edit]

14 wins of 35 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 Best Quality Comedy Series Nominated Mad About You [96]
Best Lead Actor in a Quality Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Paul Reiser (Mad About You)
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld)
1995 Best Quality Comedy Series Won [97]
Best Lead Actor in a Quality Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Comedy Series Jane Leees Won
Peri Gilpin Nominated Jane Leeves (Frasier)
1996 Best Quality Comedy Series Won [98]
Best Lead Actor in a Quality Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
1997 Best Quality Comedy Series Won [99]
Best Lead Actor in a Quality Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
John Mahoney Nominated David Hyde Pierce (Frasier)
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld)
Peri Gilpin Nominated
Best Recurring Player Marsha Mason Nominated Pruitt Taylor Vince (Murder One)
1998 Best Quality Comedy Series Nominated Ally McBeal [100]
Best Lead Actor in a Quality Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
John Mahoney Nominated David Hyde Pierce (Frasier)
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Peri Gilpin Nominated
1999 Best Quality Comedy Series Nominated Everybody Loves Raymond [101]
Best Lead Actor in a Quality Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Peter McNicol (Ally McBeal)
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond)
2000 Best Quality Comedy Series Nominated Everybody Loves Raymond [102]
Best Lead Actor in a Quality Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
John Mahoney Nominated David Hyde Pierce (Frasier)
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Dori Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Peri Gilpin Nominated

Young Artist awards[edit]

0 wins of 1 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
2003 Best Performance in a Television Comedy Series - Guest Starring Young Actor Steven Anthony Lawrence Nominated The Parkers [103]

International Awards[edit]

American Cinema Editor's awards[edit]

3 wins of 7 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1996 Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television Timothy Mozer Nominated Leslie Tolan & Paul Anderson (The Larry Sanders Show) [104]
1998 Ron Volk Won [105]
1999 Won [106]
2000 Won [107]
2001 Nominated Nancy Morrison (Malcolm in the Middle) [108]
2002 Nominated Michael Berenbaum (Sex and the City) [109]
2004 Nominated Peter Chakos (Will & Grace) [110]

American Comedy awards[edit]

9 wins of 16 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1995 Funniest Lead Male Performer in a Television Series Network, Cable or Syndication Kelsey Grammer Won [111]
Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a Television Series David Hyde Pierce Won
1996 Funniest Lead Male Performer in a Television Series Network, Cable or Syndication Kelsey Grammer Won [112]
Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a Television Series David Hyde Pierce Won
1997 Won [113]
1998 Won [114]
1999 Funniest Lead Male Performer in a Television Series Network, Cable or Syndication Kelsey Grammer Nominated Garry Shandling (The Larry Sanders Show) [115]
Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a Television Series David Hyde Pierce Won
Funniest Female Guest Appearance in a Television Series Bebe Neuwirth Nominated Tracey Ullman (Ally McBeal)
2000 Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a Television Series David Hyde Pierce Won [116]
Funniest Female Guest Appearance in a Television Series Bebe Neuwirth Nominated Betty White (Ally McBeal)
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2001 Funniest Lead Male Performer in a Television Series Network, Cable or Syndication Kelsey Grammer Nominated David Letterman (Late Show with David Letterman) [117]
Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a Television Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Sean Hayes (Will & Grace)
Funniest Female Guest Appearance in a Television Series Jean Smart Nominated Bea Arthur (Malcolm in the Middle)

British Comedy awards[edit]

1 wins of 1 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Ref
1996 Best International Comedy Television Show Won [118]

Miscellaneous Awards[edit]

Angel awards[edit]

  • Main article: Angel awards

0 wins of 1 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
2001 Silver Angel - Television Nominated unknown [119]

BMI Film & TV awards[edit]

11 wins of 11 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Ref
1994 BMI TV Music award Bruce Miller
Darryl Phinnessee
Won [120]
1995 Won [121]
1996 Won [122]
1997 Won [123]
1998 Won [124]
1999 Won [125]
2000 Won [126]
2001 Darryl Phinnessee Won [127]
2002 Won [128]
2003 Won [129]
2004 Won [130]

Gold Derby awards[edit]

1 win of 6 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
2004 Best Comedy Series Nominated Arrested Development [131]
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Jason Bateman (Arrested Development)
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated John Mahoney (Frasier)
John Mahoney Won
Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Patrick Stewart Nominated Henry Winkler (Arrested Development)
Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Laura Linney Nominated Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Arrested Development)

Humanitas Prize awards[edit]

2 wins of 6 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1994 30 Minute Network or Syndicated Television David Angell
Peter Casey
David Lee
Nominated Rob Bragin (Murphy Brown) [132]
1996 Steven Levitan Won [133]
1998 Jeffrey Richman
Suzanne Martin
Nominated Marilyn Suzanne Miller (Murphy Brown) [134]
2000 Jeff Kogen Won [135]
2001 Jon Sherman
Dan O'Shannon
Nominated Jennifer Crittenden (Everybody Loves Raymond) [136]
2003 Dan O'Shannon
Lori Kirkland Baker
Bob Daily
Nominated Teri Schaffer, Steve Tompkins & Larry Wilmore (The Bernie Mac Show) [137]

Peabody awards[edit]

1 win of 1 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Ref
1995 Peabody award National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

Grub Street Productions

Paramount Television

Won [138]

Satellite awards[edit]

3 wins of 16 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1998 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Won [139]
Best Lead Actor in a Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Won
1999 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Ellen [140]
Best Lead Actor in a Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Nominated Drew Carey (The Drew Carey Show)
2000 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Action [141]
Best Lead Actor in a Series - Comedy or Musical David Hyde Pierce Nominated Jay Mohr (Action)
Best Lead Actress in a Series - Comedy or Musical Jane Leeves Nominated Illeana Douglas (Action)
2001 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Sex and the City [142]
Best Lead Actor in a Series - Comedy or Musical John Mahoney Nominated Frankie Muniz (Malcolm in the Middle)
2002 Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical Nominated Sex and the City [143]
Best Lead Actor in a Series - Comedy or Musical Kelsey Grammer Won
2003 Best Supporting Actor in a Series - Comedy or Musical David Hyde Pierce Nominated Eric Roberts (Less Than Perfect) [144]
2004 Nominated Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development) [145]
Best Supporting Actress in a Series - Comedy or Musical Jane Leeves Nominated Jessica Walter (Arrested Development)
2005 Best DVD Release of Television Shows - For the Final Season Nominated Seinfeld [146]

TV Guide awards[edit]

3 wins of 10 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
1999 Favorite Comedy Series Won [147]
Favorite Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Nominated Tim Allen (Home Improvement)
2000 Favorite Comedy Series Nominated Everybody Loves Raymond [148]
Favorite Actor in a Comedy Series David Hyde Pierce Won
Favorite Television Pet Moose Won
2001 Comedy Series of the Year Nominated Everybody Loves Raymond [149]
Actor of the Year in a Comedy Series Kelsey Grammer Nominated Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond)
David Hyde Pierce Nominated
Supporting Actor of the Year in a Comedy Series John Mahoney Nominated Sean Hayes (Will & Grace)
Supporting Actress of the Year in a Comedy Series Jane Leeves Nominated Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond)

TV Land awards[edit]

0 wins of 3 nominations

Year Category Recipient Results Lost to Ref
2005 Chicest Sitcom Deco Frasier's apartment Nominated Jeannie's bottle (I Dream of Jeannie) [150]
Classic Television Broadcaster of the Year Kelsey Grammer Nominated Ted Knight (The Mary Tyler Moore Show)
2006 Broadcaster of the Year Nominated [151]

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