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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

The Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television is one of the television awards given annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • 1970s 1.1
    • 1980s 1.2
    • 1990s 1.3
    • 2000s 1.4
    • 2010s 1.5
  • Multiple Nominations 2
  • See also 3

Winners and nominees

1970s

Best Supporting Actor – Television Series
1970: James BrolinMarcus Welby, M.D. as Dr. Steven Kiley

1971: Edward AsnerThe Mary Tyler Moore Show as Lou Grant

1972: James BrolinMarcus Welby, M.D. as Dr. Steven Kiley

1973: McLean StevensonM*A*S*H as Lieutenant Colonel Henry Braymore Blake, M.D.

1974: Harvey KormanThe Carol Burnett Show as Various Characters

1975: Edward AsnerThe Mary Tyler Moore Show as Lou Grant
1975: Tim ConwayThe Carol Burnett Show as Various Characters

1976: Edward AsnerRich Man, Poor Man as Axel Jordache

1977: no award given

1978: Norman FellThree's Company as Stanley Roper

1979: Danny DeVitoTaxi as Louie De Palma
1979: Vic TaybackAlice as Mel Sharples

1980s

Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
1980: Pat Harrington, Jr.One Day at a Time as Dwayne Schneider
1980: Vic TaybackAlice as Mel Sharples

1981: John HillermanMagnum, P.I. as Jonathan Higgins

1982: Lionel StanderHart to Hart as Max

1983: Richard KileyThe Thorn Birds as Paddy Cleary

1984: Paul LeMatThe Burning Bed as James "Mickey" Hughes

1985: Edward James OlmosMiami Vice as Martin Castillo

1986: Jan NiklasAnastasia: The Mystery of Anna as Prince Erich

1987: Rutger HauerEscape from Sobibor as Lieutenant Aleksandr "Sasha" Pechersky

1988: Barry BostwickWar and Remembrance as Col. Gen. Franz Halder
1988: John GielgudWar and Remembrance as Aaron Jastrow

1989: Dean StockwellQuantum Leap as Al Calavicci

1990s

1990: Charles DurningThe Kennedys of Massachusetts as John F. Kennedy

1991: Louis Gossett, Jr.The Josephine Baker Story as Sidney Williams

1992: Maximilian SchellStalin as Vladimir Lenin

1993: Beau BridgesThe Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom as Terry Harper

1994: Edward James OlmosThe Burning Season as Wilson Pinheiro

1995: Donald SutherlandCitizen X as Mikhail Fetisov

1996: Ian McKellenRasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny as Tsar Nicholas II

1997: 12 Angry Men as Juror #3

1998: Don CheadleThe Rat Pack as Sammy Davis Jr.
1998: Gregory PeckMoby Dick as Father Mapple

1999: Peter FondaThe Passion of Ayn Rand as Frank O'Connor

2000s

2000: Robert Downey, Jr.Ally McBeal as Larry Paul

2001: Stanley TucciConspiracy as Adolf Eichmann

2002: Donald SutherlandPath to War as Clark Clifford

2003: Jeffrey WrightAngels in America as Mr. Lies / Norman "Belize" Ariaga / Homeless Man / The Angel Europa / The Antarctic Eskimo

2004: William ShatnerBoston Legal as Denny Crane

2005: Paul NewmanEmpire Falls as Max Roby

2006: Jeremy IronsElizabeth I as Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester

2007: Jeremy PivenEntourage as Ari Gold

2008: Tom WilkinsonJohn Adams as Benjamin Franklin

2009: John LithgowDexter as Arthur Mitchell

2010s

2010: Chris ColferGlee as Kurt Hummel

2011: Peter DinklageGame of Thrones as Tyrion Lannister

2012: Ed HarrisGame Change as John McCain

2013: Jon VoightRay Donovan as Mickey Donovan

2014: Matt BomerThe Normal Heart as Felix Turner

Multiple Nominations

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