List of awards and nominations received by William Shatner

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List of William Shatners's awards
William Shatner at Comic-Con 2012 cropped.jpg
Shatner at San Diego Comic-Con International, 2012
Award Wins Nominations
Golden Globe Awards
1 2
Primetime Emmy Awards
2 7
Screen Actors Guild Awards
0 6

The following is a list of awards and nominations received by William Shatner. Shatner earned Saturn Award nominations for his performances in the Star Trek films (as the awards did not reward television series at the time). He earned five Best Actor nominations: the first for Kingdom of the Spiders, the four other for the first four Star Trek films. He won the award for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and also earned The Life Career Award in 1980. On the negative side, Shatner was nominated for three Golden Raspberry Awards in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, including Worst Screenplay and won two for Worst Actor & Worst Director.

In 2004, Shatner won his first Emmy Award for his role as Denny Crane on The Practice. In 2005, he won his first Golden Globe award and a second Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his work on Boston Legal.

In 2011, he was given made an honorary Doctor of Letters by McGill University, his alma mater.[1]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Series/Film Episode Result Ref
1958 Theatre World Award The World of Suzie Wong Awarded [2]
1978 Saturn Awards Best Actor Kingdom of the Spiders Nominated [3]
1980 Saturn Awards Best Actor Star Trek: The Motion Picture Nominated [4]
1980 Saturn Awards Life Career Award[Note 1] Won [4]
1983 Saturn Awards Best Actor Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Won [6]
1985 American Saddlebred Horse Association Meritorious Service Award Won [7]
1985 Saturn Awards Best Actor Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Nominated [8]
1987 Saturn Awards Best Actor Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Nominated [9]
1989 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Actor Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Won [10]
1989 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Director Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Won [10]
1989 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Screenplay Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Nominated [10]
1995 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Supporting Actor Star Trek Generations Nominated [11]
1996 American Saddlebred Horse Association Breeders Hall of Fame Award Won [7]
1999 Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series 3rd Rock from the Sun Nominated [12]
2000 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Actor of the Century Nominated [13]
2000 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Personality Nominated [14]
2001 Canadian Comedy Awards Funniest Male Performance in a Film Miss Congeniality Nominated [15]
2001 Annie Awards Best Male Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Osmosis Jones Nominated [16]
2004 Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series The Practice Won [17]
2005 Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Boston Legal Won [18]
2005 Golden Globe Awards Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Boston Legal Won [19]
2005 Satellite Awards Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Boston Legal Nominated [20]
2006 Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Boston Legal Nominated [21]
2006 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Boston Legal Nominated [22]
2006 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Boston Legal Nominated [22]
2007 Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Boston Legal Nominated [23]
2007 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Boston Legal Nominated [24]
2008 Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Boston Legal Nominated [25]
2008 Golden Globe Awards Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Boston Legal Nominated [26]
2008 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Boston Legal Nominated [27]
2009 Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Boston Legal Nominated [28]
2009 Marbella International Film Festival Best Documentary Film William Shatner's Gonzo Ballet Won [29]
2009 Prism Awards Best Performance in a Drama Episode Boston Legal Won [30]
2009 Rhode Island International Film Festival Nathanael Greene Humanitarian Award Awarded [31]
2009 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Boston Legal Nominated [32]
2009 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Boston Legal Nominated [32]
2009 Streamy Awards Best Reality Web Series The Shatner Project Won [33]
2009 Streamy Awards Best Web Series The Shatner Project Nominated [33]
2011 American Saddlebred Horse Association C. J. Cronan Sportsmanship Award Won [7]
2011 Governor General's Awards Performing Arts Awards Awarded [34]
2011 Revolver Golden Gods Awards Honorary Headbanger Award Won [35]
2011 Television Critics Association Awards Career Achievement Award Nominated [36]
2012 Audie Awards Best Humour Shatner's Rules Won [37]
2012 Television Critics Association Awards Career Achievement Award Nominated [38]
2013 Stratford Festival Legacy Award Awarded [39]
2013 Television Critics Association Awards Career Achievement Award Nominated [40]
2014 NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal Awarded [41]
2015 Canadian Screen Awards Biography or Arts Documentary Program or Series Chaos on the Bridge Nominated [42]
2015 TASTE Awards Lifetime Achievement Award Brown Bag Wine Tasting with William Shatner, The Shatner Project, Star Trek Awarded [43]
2015 Voice Arts Awards Icon Award Awarded [44]
2016 TASTE Awards Best Branded Programme Brown Bag Wine Tasting with William Shatner Pending [45]
2016 TASTE Awards Best Branded Video Promotion or Campaign Brown Bag Wine Tasting with William Shatner "Stags Leap Wine Cellars" Pending [45]
2016 TASTE Awards Best Drink or Beverage Programme: Web Brown Bag Wine Tasting with William Shatner Pending [45]
2016 TASTE Awards Best Entertainment News Series – Online Brown Bag Wine Tasting with William Shatner Pending [45]
2016 TASTE Awards Best Reality Series: Food or Drink Brown Bag Wine Tasting with William Shatner Pending [45]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Jointly awarded alongside Gene Roddenberry.[5]

References[edit]

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  42. ^ Cudworth, Laura (February 19, 2015). "Film about the chaos behind the scenes of Star Trek: The Next Generation could take home prestigious award". The Beacon Herald. Retrieved January 31, 2016. 
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