NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series

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The NAACP Image Award winners for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series: It was known as the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series from until 1999.[1]

Winners[edit]

Year Actor Television Series Nominees
1972 Redd Foxx Sanford and Son[2]
1982 Sherman Hemsley[3] The Jeffersons
1983 Sherman Hemsley[4] The Jeffersons
1988 Roscoe Lee Browne[5] The Cosby Show
1989 Tim Reid[6] Frank's Place Lincoln Kilpatrick - Frank's Place[6]
William Thomas Jr. - Frank's Place[6]
Clifton Davis - Amen[6]
Kadeem Hardison -
A Different World[6]
1990 Bill Cosby[7] The Cosby Show
1991 Kadeem Hardison[8] A Different World
1992 Kadeem Hardison[9] A Different World[citation needed]
1993 Bill Cosby[10] The Cosby Show
1994 Charles S. Dutton[11] Roc
1995 Martin Lawrence[12] Martin[citation needed]
1996 Martin Lawrence[13] Martin Jaleel White-"Family Matters"[14]
LL Cool J-"In the House"[14]
John Henton-"Living Single"[14]
Will Smith-"The Fresh Prince of Bel Air"[14]
1997 Jaleel White[15] Family Matters Martin Lawrence-"Martin"[15]
LL Cool J-"In The House"
Will Smith-"The Fresh Prince of Bel Air"
TC Carson-"Living Single"
1998 Jamie Foxx[16] The Jamie Foxx Show Gregory Hines-"The Gregory Hines Show"[16]
T.C. Carson-"Living Single"
Steve Harvey-"The Steve Harvey Show"
LL Cool J-"In the House"
1999 Steve Harvey[17][18] The Steve Harvey Show D.L. Hughley-"The Hughleys"[17]
Jamie Foxx-"The Jamie Foxx Show"
Robert Guillaume-"Sports Night"
Isaac Hayes-"South Park"
2000 Steve Harvey[19] The Steve Harvey Show Steven Williams-"Linc's"[19]
Jamie Foxx-"The Jamie Foxx Show"
D.L. Hughley-"The Hughleys"
Eddie Griffin-"Malcolm & Eddie"
2001 Steve Harvey[20] The Steve Harvey Show Jamie Foxx-"The Jamie Foxx Show"[20]
D.L. Hughley-"The Hughleys"
Robert Guillaume-"Sports Night"
Malcolm Jamal Warner-"Malcolm & Eddie"
2002 Steve Harvey[21] The Steve Harvey Show D.L. Hughley-"The Hughleys"[21]
Bernie Mac-"The Bernie Mac Show"
Damon Wayans-"My Wife and Kids"
Michael Boatman-"Arli$$"
2003 Bernie Mac[22] The Bernie Mac Show D.L. Hughley-"The Hughley's"[22]
Damon Wayans-"My Wife and Kids"
Flex Alexander-"One on One"
Cedric the Entertainer-"Cedric the Entertainer Presents"
2004 Bernie Mac[23] The Bernie Mac Show Damon Wayans-"My Wife and Kids"[23]
George Lopez-"The George Lopez Show"
Flex Alexander-"One on One"
Dave Chappelle-"The Chappelle Show"
2005 Bernie Mac[24] The Bernie Mac Show Damon Wayans-"My Wife and Kids"[24]
George Lopez-"The George Lopez Show"
Flex Alexander-"One on One"
Dave Chappelle-"The Chappelle Show"
2006 Bernie Mac[25] The Bernie Mac Show Donald Faison-"Scrubs"[25]
George Lopez-"The George Lopez Show"
Tyler James Williams-"Everybody Hates Chris"
Omar Gooding-"Barbershop"
2007 Tyler James Williams[26] Everybody Hates Chris Duane Martin-"All of Us"[26]
Bernie Mac-"The Bernie Mac Show"
George Lopez-"The George Lopez Show"
Donald Faison-"Scrubs"
2008 LaVan Davis[27] Tyler Perry's House of Payne Tyler James Williams-"Everybody Hates Chris"[27]
Dule Hill-"Psych"
Donald Faison-"Scrubs"
Reggie Hayes-"Girlfriends"
2009 LaVan Davis[28] Tyler Perry's House of Payne Terry Crews-"Everybody Hates Chris"[28]
Paul James-"Greek"
Donald Faison-"Scrubs"
Tyler James Williams-"Everybody Hates Chris"
2010 Daryl Mitchell[29] Brothers LaVan Davis-"House of Payne"[29]
Donald Faison-"Scrubs"
Tyler James Williams-"Everybody Hates Chris"
Dule Hill-"Psych"
2011 David Mann[30] Meet the Browns Dule Hill-"Psych"[30]
Terry Crews-"Are We There Yet?"
LaVan Davis-"House of Payne"
Phil Morris-"Love That Girl!"
2012 Malcolm-Jamal Warner[31] Reed Between the Lines Dule Hill-"Psych"
Terry Crews-"Are We There Yet?"
Phil Morris-"Love That Girl"
Pooch Hall-"The Game"
2013 Don Cheadle[32] House of Lies Anthony Anderson-"Guys With Kids"[32]
Damon Wayans Jr.-"Happy Endings"
Donald Faison-"The Exes"
Hosesa Sanchez-"The Game"
2014 Kevin Hart[33] Real Husbands of Hollywood Don Cheadle-"House Of Lies"[33]
Cedric The Entertainer-"The Soul Man"
Andre Braugher-"Brooklyn Nine Nine"
Dule Hill-"Psych"
2015 Anthony Anderson[34] Black-ish Andre Braugher-"Brooklyn Nine Nine"[34]
Don Cheadle-"House Of Lies"
Kevin Hart-"Real Husbands of Hollywood"
Keegan-Michael Key-"Key & Peele"
2016 Anthony Anderson[35] Black-ish Andre Braugher-"Brooklyn Nine Nine"[35]
Don Cheadle-"House Of Lies"
Dwayne Johnson-"Ballers"
RonReaco Lee-"Survivor's Remorse"
2017 Anthony Anderson[36] Black-ish" Don Cheadle-"House of Lies"[36]
Donald Glover-"Atlanta"
Dwayne Johnson-"Ballers"
Kevin Hart-"Real Husbands of Hollywood"

Multiple Wins and Nominations[edit]


References[edit]

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  5. ^ "1988 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
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  7. ^ "1989 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  8. ^ "1991 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  9. ^ "1992 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  10. ^ "1993 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  11. ^ "1994 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  12. ^ "1995 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  13. ^ "1996 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  14. ^ a b c d SNOW, SHAUNA (22 February 1996). "5 Films Head Nominations for NAACP Image Awards". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 21 January 2017. 
  15. ^ a b "1997 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  16. ^ a b "1998 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  17. ^ a b "1999 Image Awards". Awardsandwinners. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  18. ^ Inc, The Crisis Publishing Company (1 April 1999). "The Crisis". The Crisis Publishing Company, Inc. Retrieved 21 January 2017. 
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  35. ^ a b "2016 Image Award Winners". Variety. Retrieved August 24, 2016. 
  36. ^ a b Lewis, Hilary; Washington, Arlene (February 10, 2017). "2017 Image Award Winners". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved February 20, 2017.