Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actor

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Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actor
Country Australia
Presented by TV Week
First awarded 1988
Currently held by Henry Nixon (2017)
Most awards John Wood, Richard Roxburgh, Tony Martin and William McInnes (2)
Website www.tvweeklogieawards.com.au

The Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Actor is an award presented annually at the Australian TV Week Logie Awards. It was first awarded at the 30th Annual TV Week Logie Awards in 1988 and is given to recognise the outstanding performance of an actor in an Australian program. The winner and nominees of this award are chosen by television industry juries.[1] John Wood, Richard Roxburgh, Tony Martin and William McInnes hold the record for the most wins, with two each.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning actor
Year Nominees Program(s) Network Ref
1988 John WoodAward winner Rafferty's Rules
Seven Network
[2]
1989 John WoodAward winner Rafferty's Rules
Seven Network
[3]
1990 Shane PorteousAward winner A Country Practice
Seven Network
[4]
1991 Michael CraigAward winner G.P.
ABC TV
[5]
1992 John McTernanAward winner G.P.
ABC TV
1993 Gary SweetAward winner Police Rescue
ABC TV
1994 Garry McDonaldAward winner Mother and Son
ABC TV
[6]
1995 Chris HaywoodAward winner Janus
ABC TV
1996 Richard RoxburghAward winner Blue Murder
ABC TV
1997 Colin FrielsAward winner Water Rats
Nine Network
1998 Tony MartinAward winner Wildside
ABC TV
[7]
Colin Friels Water Rats
Nine Network
William McInnes Blue Heelers
Seven Network
Rob Sitch Frontline
ABC TV
1999 Tony MartinAward winner Wildside
ABC TV
[8]
David WenhamAward winner SeaChange
ABC TV
Colin Friels Water Rats
Nine Network
Paul Mercurio The Day of the Roses
Network Ten
Jeremy Sims Aftershocks
SBS TV
2000 William McInnesAward winner SeaChange
ABC TV
[9]
Steve Bisley Water Rats
Nine Network
Colin Friels Water Rats
Nine Network
John Howard SeaChange
ABC TV
2001 John HowardAward winner SeaChange
ABC TV
[10]
Steve Bisley Water Rats
Nine Network
William McInnes SeaChange
ABC TV
Geoff Morrell Grass Roots
ABC TV
2002 William McInnesAward winner My Brother Jack
Network Ten
[11]
Joel Edgerton The Secret Life of Us
Network Ten
Geoff Morrell Changi
ABC TV
Matthew Newton Changi
ABC TV
Charles 'Bud' Tingwell Changi
ABC TV
2003 Peter O'BrienAward winner White Collar Blue
Network Ten
[12]
Shane Bourne MDA
ABC TV
John Howard Always Greener
Seven Network
Samuel Johnson The Secret Life of Us
Network Ten
Gary Sweet Stingers
Nine Network
2004 Ray BarrettAward winner After the Deluge
Network Ten
[13]
Tim Draxl The Shark Net
ABC TV
Abe Forsythe Marking Time
ABC TV
William McInnes The Shark Net
ABC TV
Gary Sweet Stingers
Nine Network
David Wenham After the Deluge
Network Ten
2005 Sam NeillAward winner Jessica
Network Ten
[14]
Brendan Cowell Love My Way
Fox8
Abe Forsythe Fireflies
ABC TV
Tony Martin Jessica
Network Ten
Dan Wyllie Love My Way
Fox8
2006 Dan WyllieAward winner Love My Way
Fox8
[15]
Brendan Cowell Love My Way
Fox8
John Howard All Saints
Seven Network
Alex O'Loughlin The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant
Network Ten
John Wood Blue Heelers
Seven Network
2007 Matthew Le NevezAward winner The Society Murders
Network Ten
[16]
Ben Mendelsohn Love My Way
W. Channel
Richard Roxburgh The Silence
ABC TV
David Wenham Answered by Fire
ABC TV
Dan Wyllie Love My Way
W. Channel
2008 Stephen CurryAward winner The King
TV1
[17]
Don Hany East West 101
SBS TV
Chris Lilley Summer Heights High
ABC1
William McInnes Curtin
ABC1
East West 101
SBS TV
2009 Gyton GrantleyAward winner Underbelly
Nine Network
[18]
Dustin Clare Satisfaction
Showcase
Vince Colosimo Underbelly
Nine Network
Callan Mulvey Rush
Network Ten
Damian Walshe-Howling Underbelly
Nine Network
2010 Don HanyAward winner East West 101
SBS TV
[19]
Roy Billing Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities
Nine Network
Garry McDonald A Model Daughter: The Killing of Caroline Byrne
Network Ten
Ben Mendelsohn Tangle
Showcase
Aaron Pedersen The Circuit
SBS TV
2011 Richard RoxburghAward winner Rake
ABC1
[20]
Jason Gann Wilfred
SBS TV
Richard Roxburgh Hawke
Network Ten
Hugh Sheridan Packed to the Rafters
Seven Network
Erik Thomson Packed to the Rafters
Seven Network
2012 Rob CarltonAward winner Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo
ABC1
[21]
Alex Dimitriades The Slap
ABC1
Don Hany East West 101
SBS TV
Geoff Morrell Cloudstreet
Showcase
David Wenham Killing Time
TV1
2013 Anthony HayesAward winner Devil's Dust
ABC1
[22]
Aaron Jeffery Underbelly: Badness
Nine Network
Guy Pearce Jack Irish
ABC1
Jimi Bani Mabo
ABC1
Lachy Hulme Howzat! Kerry Packer's War
Nine Network
2014 Lachy HulmeAward winner Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story
Nine Network
[23]
Chris Lilley Ja'mie: Private School Girl
ABC1
Craig McLachlan The Doctor Blake Mysteries
ABC1
Kirk Page Redfern Now
ABC1
David Wenham Better Man
SBS One
2015 Luke ArnoldAward winner INXS: Never Tear Us Apart
Seven Network
[24]
Martin Henderson Secrets & Lies
Network Ten
John Noble Devil's Playground
Showcase
Richard Roxburgh Rake
ABC
Ashley Zukerman The Code
ABC
2016 Alex DimitriadesAward winner The Principal
ABC
[25]
Hugh Dancy Deadline Gallipoli
Showcase
Malcolm Kennard Catching Milat
Seven Network
Patrick Brammall Glitch
ABC
Sam Neill House of Hancock
Nine Network
2017 Henry NixonAward winner The Kettering Incident
ABC
[26]
Rodger Corser Doctor Doctor
Nine Network
Samuel Johnson Molly
Seven Network
Richard Roxburgh Rake
ABC
Noah Taylor Deep Water
SBS

Multiple wins[edit]

Number Actor
Wins
2
John Wood
2
Richard Roxburgh
2
Tony Martin
2
William McInnes

Programs with most awards[edit]

Wins Program
3
SeaChange
2
Rafferty's Rules
2
G.P.
2
Wildside

References[edit]

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