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Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy

The Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy is an award presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). It is given in honor of an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role on a musical or comedy television series for the calendar year.

Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy
Awarded for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Television Series Musical or Comedy
Country United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
First awarded March 5, 1962
Currently held by Donald Glover,
Atlanta (2016)
Most awards Alan Alda, (6)
Most nominations Alan Alda, (11)
Website goldenglobes.org

It was first awarded at the 19th Golden Globe Awards on March 5, 1962 under the title Best TV Star – Male to John Charles Daly and Bob Newhart. The nominees for the award announced annually starting in 1963. The award initially honored actors in both comedy and drama genres until 1969, when the award was split into categories that honored comedic and dramatic performances separately. It was presented under the new title Best TV Actor – Musical or Comedy and in 1980 under its current title.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 45 actors. Donald Glover is the current recipient of the award for his role as Earnest "Earn" Marks on Atlanta. Alan Alda has won the most awards in this category with six wins and received the most nominations at 11.

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Winners and nomineesEdit

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
  Indicates the winning actor.
 
John Charles Daly tied with Bob Newhart as the first recipient of the award.
 
Mickey Rooney won the award in 1963 for his work on Mickey.
 
Andy Williams was nominated in 1967 for his performance on The Andy Williams Show.
 
Dean Martin won once out of three nominations for his performance on The Dean Martin Show.
 
Dan Dailey won in 1969 for his work on The Governor & J.J..
 
Flip Wilson won in this category for his performance on The Flip Wilson Show.
 
Receiving six nominations in the category, Carroll O'Connor won the award in 1971 for his role as Archie Bunker on All in the Family.
 
Jack Klugman won the award in 1974 for his portrayal of Oscar Madison on The Odd Couple.
 
Ron Howard won the award in 1977, tying with Henry Winkler, for his portrayal of Richie Cunningham on Happy Days.
 
Henry Winkler won the award twice for his role as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli on Happy Days.
 
Robin Williams won in 1979 for his performance on Mork & Mindy.
 
Alan Alda received the most awards and nominations in this category—at six and eleven—all for his role as Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H.
 
Out of three nominatios, Bruce Willis won the award in 1986 for his performance on Moonlighting.
 
Richard Mulligan tied with Michael J. Fox and Judd Hirsch in 1988 for his work on Empty Nest.
 
Fred Savage received two nominations for his role as Kevin Arnold on The Wonder Years.
 
John Goodman won the award in 1992 for his portrayal of Dan Conner on Roseanne.
 
Jerry Seinfeld won the 1993 award for his performance on Seinfeld.
 
Tim Allen won in 1994 for his role on Home Improvement.
 
Kelsey Grammer won in 1995 and 2000 for his portrayal of the titular character on Frasier.
 
Michael J. Fox won the award three consecutive times for his role on Spin City as well as a four award in 1988 for his role on Family Ties.
 
Charlie Sheen won in 2001 for his performance on Spin City.
 
Ricky Gervais won the award for his role as David Brent on The Office.
 
Jason Bateman won in this category for his performance on Arrested Development as Michael Bluth.
 
David Duchovny won the 2007 award for his portrayal of Hank Moody on Californication.
 
Alec Baldwin won three times for his role on 30 Rock as Jack Donaghy.
 
Matt LeBlanc won in 2011 for his performance on Episodes.
 
Don Cheadle won the award for his role on House of Lies.
 
Gael García Bernal won in this category for his performance on Mozart in the Jungle.
 
Donald Glover won for his performance on Atlanta.

Best TV Star – MaleEdit

1960sEdit

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1961
(19th)
John Charles Daly   [1]
Bob Newhart  
1962
(20th)
Richard Chamberlain   James Kildare Dr. Kildare NBC [2]
1963
(21st)
Mickey Rooney   Mickey Grady Mickey ABC [3]
Richard Boone Various Characters The Richard Boone Show NBC
Jackie Gleason Various Characters American Scene Magazine CBS
Lorne Greene Ben Cartwright Bonanza NBC
E.G. Marshall Lawrence Preston The Defenders CBS
1964
(22nd)
Gene Barry   Amos Burke Burke's Law ABC [4]
Richard Crenna James Slattery Slattery's People CBS
James Franciscus John Novak Mr. Novak NBC
David Janssen Richard Kimble The Fugitive ABC
Robert Vaughn Napoleon Solo The Man from U.N.C.L.E. NBC
1965
(23rd)
David Janssen   Richard Kimble The Fugitive ABC [5]
Ben Gazzara Paul Bryan Run for Your Life NBC
David McCallum Illya Kuryakin The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Robert Vaughn Napoleon Solo
1966
(24th)
Dean Martin   Various characters 'The Dean Martin Show NBC [6]
Bill Cosby Alexander Scott I Spy NBC
Robert Culp Kelly Robinson
Ben Gazzara Paul Bryan Run for Your Life NBC
Christopher George Sam Troy The Rat Patrol ABC
1967
(25th)
Martin Landau   Rollin Hand 'Mission: Impossible CBS [7]
Brendon Boone Chief Garrison's Gorillas ABC
Ben Gazzara Paul Bryan Run for Your Life NBC
Dean Martin Various characters The Dean Martin Show
Andy Williams Various characters The Andy Williams Show
1968
(26th)
Carl Betz   Clinton Judd 'Judd, for the Defense ABC [8]
Raymond Burr Robert T. Ironside Ironside NBC
Peter Graves Jim Phelps Mission: Impossible CBS
Dean Martin Various characters The Dean Martin Show NBC
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. Lewis Erskine The F.B.I. ABC
Best TV Actor – Musical or Comedy
1969
(27th)
Dan Dailey   William Drinkwater 'The Governor & J.J. CBS [9]
Glen Campbell Himself The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour CBS
Tom Jones Himself This Is Tom Jones ABC
Dean Martin Himself The Dean Martin Show NBC
Jim Nabors Himself The Jim Nabors Hour CBS

1970sEdit

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1970
(28th)
Flip Wilson   Various characters 'The Flip Wilson Show NBC [10]
Herschel Bernardi Arnie Nuvo Arnie CBS
David Frost Himself The David Frost Show Syndicated
Merv Griffin Himself The Merv Griffin Show CBS
Danny Thomas Danny Williams Make Room for Granddaddy ABC
1971
(29th)
Carroll O'Connor   Archie Bunker 'All in the Family CBS [11]
Herschel Bernardi Arnie Nuvo Arnie CBS
Jack Klugman Oscar Madison The Odd Couple ABC
Dick Van Dyke Dick Preston The New Dick Van Dyke Show CBS
Flip Wilson Various characters The Flip Wilson Show NBC
1972
(30th)
Redd Foxx   Fred G. Sanford 'Sanford and Son NBC [12]
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Bill Cosby Various characters The New Bill Cosby Show
Paul Lynde Paul Simms The Paul Lynde Show ABC
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family CBS
Flip Wilson Various characters The Flip Wilson Show NBC
1973
(31st)
Jack Klugman   Oscar Madison The Odd Couple ABC [13]
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Dom DeLuise Stanley Belmont Lotsa Luck NBC
Redd Foxx Fred G. Sanford Sanford and Son
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family CBS
1974
(32nd)
Alan Alda   Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [14]
Ed Asner Lou Grant The Mary Tyler Moore Show CBS
Redd Foxx Fred G. Sanford Sanford and Son NBC
Bob Newhart Robert Hartley, Ph.D. The Bob Newhart Show CBS
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family
1975
(33rd)
Alan Alda   Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [15]
Johnny Carson Various characters The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson NBC
Redd Foxx Fred G. Sanford Sanford and Son
Hal Linden Captain Barney Miller Barney Miller ABC
Bob Newhart Robert Hartley, Ph.D. The Bob Newhart Show CBS
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family
1976
(34th)
Henry Winkler   Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli 'Happy Days ABC [16]
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Michael Constantine Judge Matthew Sirota Sirota's Court NBC
Sammy Davis Jr. Various characters Sammy and Company Syndicated
Hal Linden Captain Barney Miller Barney Miller NBC
Freddie Prinze Chico Rodriguez Chico and the Man
Tony Randall Walter Franklin The Tony Randall Show ABC
1977
(35th)
Ron Howard   Richie Cunningham 'Happy Days ABC [17]
Henry Winkler   Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Hal Linden Captain Barney Miller Barney Miller NBC
Carroll O'Connor Archie Bunker All in the Family CBS
1978
(36th)
Robin Williams   Mork 'Mork & Mindy ABC [18]
Alan Alda Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS
Gavin MacLeod Captain Merrill Stubing The Love Boat ABC
Judd Hirsch Alex Rieger Taxi
John Ritter Jack Tripper Three's Company
1979
(37th)
Alan Alda   Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [19]
Judd Hirsch Alex Rieger Taxi ABC
Wilfrid Hyde-White Emerson Marshall The Associates
John Ritter Jack Tripper Three's Company
Robin Williams Mork Mork & Mindy

Best Actor – Television Series Musical or ComedyEdit

1980sEdit

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1980
(38th)
Alan Alda   Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [20]
Judd Hirsch Alex Reiger Taxi ABC
Hal Linden Barney Miller Barney Miller
Gavin MacLeod Merrill Stubing The Love Boat
Wayne Rogers Charley Michaels House Calls CBS
1981
(39th)
Alan Alda   Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [21]
James Garner Bret Maverick Bret Maverick NBC
Judd Hirsch Alex Reiger Taxi ABC
Hal Linden Barney Miller Barney Miller
Tony Randall Sidney Shore Love, Sidney NBC
1982
(40th)
Alan Alda   Hawkeye Pierce M*A*S*H CBS [22]
Robert Guillaume Benson DuBois Benson ABC
Judd Hirsch Alex Reiger Taxi
Bob Newhart Dick Loudon Newhart CBS
Tony Randall Sidney Shore Love, Sidney NBC
1983
(41st)
John Ritter   Jack Tripper 'Three's Company ABC [23]
Dabney Coleman Bill Bittinger Buffalo Bill NBC
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers
Robert Guillaume Benson DuBois Benson ABC
Bob Newhart Dick Loudon Newhart CBS
1984
(42nd)
Bill Cosby   Cliff Huxtable 'The Cosby Show NBC [24]
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers NBC
Robert Guillaume Benson DuBois Benson ABC
Sherman Hemsley George Jefferson The Jeffersons CBS
Bob Newhart Dick Loudon Newhart
1985
(43rd)
Bill Cosby   Cliff Huxtable 'The Cosby Show NBC [25]
Tony Danza Tony Micelli Who's the Boss? ABC
Michael J. Fox Alex P. Keaton Family Ties NBC
Bob Newhart Dick Loudon Newhart CBS
Bruce Willis David Addison Moonlighting ABC
1986
(44th)
Bruce Willis   David Addison Moonlighting ABC [26]
Bill Cosby Cliff Huxtable The Cosby Show NBC
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers
Tony Danza Tony Micelli Who's the Boss? ABC
Michael J. Fox Alex P. Keaton Family Ties NBC
1987
(45th)
Dabney Coleman   Slap Maxwell 'The Slap Maxwell Story ABC [27]
Michael J. Fox Alex P. Keaton Family Ties NBC
John Ritter Det. Harry Hooperman Hooperman ABC
Alan Thicke Jason Seaver Growing Pains
Bruce Willis David Addison Moonlighting
1988
(46th)
Michael J. Fox   Alex P. Keaton 'Family Ties NBC [28]
Judd Hirsch   John Lacey Dear John
Richard Mulligan   Harry Weston 'Empty Nest
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers NBC
John Goodman Dan Conner Roseanne ABC
1989
(47th)
Ted Danson   Sam Malone 'Cheers NBC [29]
John Goodman Dan Conner Roseanne ABC
Judd Hirsch John Lacey Dear John NBC
Richard Mulligan Harry Weston Empty Nest
Fred Savage Kevin Arnold The Wonder Years ABC

1990sEdit

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
1990
(48th)
Ted Danson   Sam Malone 'Cheers NBC [30]
John Goodman Dan Conner Roseanne ABC
Richard Mulligan Harry Weston Empty Nest NBC
Burt Reynolds Wood Newton Evening Shade CBS
Fred Savage Kevin Arnold The Wonder Years ABC
1991
(49th)
Burt Reynolds   Wood Newton 'Evening Shade CBS [31]
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers NBC
Neil Patrick Harris Doogie Howser Doogie Howser, M.D. ABC
Craig T. Nelson Hayden Fox Coach
Ed O'Neill Al Bundy Married... with Children Fox
1992
(50th)
John Goodman   Dan Conner 'Roseanne ABC [32]
Tim Allen Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC
Ted Danson Sam Malone Cheers NBC
Craig T. Nelson Hayden Fox Coach ABC
Ed O'Neill Al Bundy Married... with Children Fox
Burt Reynolds Wood Newton Evening Shade CBS
Will Smith Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air NBC
1993
(51st)
Jerry Seinfeld   Jerry Seinfeld 'Seinfeld NBC [33]
Tim Allen Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC
Craig T. Nelson Hayden Fox Coach ABC
Will Smith Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air NBC
1994
(52nd)
Tim Allen   Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC [34]
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC
Craig T. Nelson Hayden Fox Coach ABC
Paul Reiser Paul Buchman Mad About You NBC
Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld
Garry Shandling Larry Sanders The Larry Sanders Show HBO
1995
(53rd)
Kelsey Grammer   Dr. Frasier Crane 'Frasier NBC [35]
Tim Allen Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC
Paul Reiser Paul Buchman Mad About You NBC
Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld
Garry Shandling Larry Sanders The Larry Sanders Show HBO
1996
(54th)
John Lithgow   Dr. Dick Solomon '3rd Rock from the Sun NBC [36]
Tim Allen Tim Taylor Home Improvement ABC
Michael J. Fox Mike Flaherty Spin City
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Cheers NBC
Paul Reiser Paul Buchman Mad About You
1997
(55th)
Michael J. Fox   Mike Flaherty 'Spin City ABC [37]
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC
John Lithgow Dr. Dick Solomon 3rd Rock from the Sun
Paul Reiser Paul Buchman Mad About You
Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld Seinfeld
1998
(56th)
Michael J. Fox   Mike Flaherty 'Spin City ABC [38]
Thomas Gibson Greg Montgomery Dharma & Greg CBS
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier NBC
John Lithgow Dr. Dick Solomon 3rd Rock from the Sun
George Segal Jack Gallo Just Shoot Me!
1999
(57th)
Michael J. Fox   Mike Flaherty 'Spin City ABC [39]
Thomas Gibson Greg Montgomery Dharma & Greg CBS
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
Ray Romano Raymond Barone Everybody Loves Raymond CBS
George Segal Jack Gallo Just Shoot Me! NBC

2000sEdit

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
2000
(38th)
Kelsey Grammer   Dr. Frasier Crane 'Frasier NBC [40]
Ted Danson Dr. John Becker Becker CBS
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
Frankie Muniz Malcolm Wilkerson Malcolm in the Middle Fox
Ray Romano Raymond Barone Everybody Loves Raymond CBS
2001
(59th)
Charlie Sheen   Charlie Crawford 'Spin City ABC [41]
Tom Cavanagh Ed Stevens Ed NBC
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane Frasier
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace
Frankie Muniz Malcolm Wilkerson Malcolm in the Middle Fox
2002
(60th)
Tony Shalhoub   Adrian Monk Monk USA Network [42]
Larry David Himself Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
Matt LeBlanc Joey Tribbiani Friends NBC
Bernie Mac Bernie McCullough The Bernie Mac Show Fox
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
2003
(61st)
Ricky Gervais   David Brent The Office BBC America [43]
Matt LeBlanc Joey Tribbiani Friends NBC
Bernie Mac Bernie McCullough The Bernie Mac Show Fox
Eric McCormack Will Truman Will & Grace NBC
Tony Shalhoub Adrian Monk Monk USA Network
2004
(62nd)
Jason Bateman   Michael Bluth Arrested Development Fox [44]
Zach Braff John "J.D." Dorian Scrubs NBC
Larry David Himself Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
Matt LeBlanc Joey Tribbiani Joey NBC
Tony Shalhoub Adrian Monk Monk USA Network
Charlie Sheen Charlie Harper Two and a Half Men CBS
2005
(63rd)
Steve Carell   Michael Scott The Office NBC [45]
Zach Braff John "J.D." Dorian Scrubs NBC
Larry David Himself Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
Jason Lee Earl Hickey My Name Is Earl NBC
Charlie Sheen Charlie Harper Two and a Half Men CBS
2006
(64th)
Alec Baldwin   Jack Donaghy '30 Rock NBC [46]
Zach Braff John "J.D." Dorian Scrubs NBC
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office
Jason Lee Earl Hickey My Name Is Earl
Charlie Sheen Charlie Harper Two and a Half Men CBS
2007
(65th)
David Duchovny   Hank Moody Californication Showtime [47]
Alec Baldwin Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office
Ricky Gervais Andy Millman Extras HBO
Lee Pace Ned Pushing Daisies ABC
2008
(66th)
Alec Baldwin   Jack Donaghy '30 Rock NBC [48]
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office NBC
Kevin Connolly Eric Murphy Entourage HBO
David Duchovny Hank Moody Californication Showtime
Tony Shalhoub Adrian Monk Monk USA Network
2009
(67th)
Alec Baldwin   Jack Donaghy '30 Rock NBC [49]
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office NBC
David Duchovny Hank Moody Californication Showtime
Thomas Jane Ray Drecker Hung HBO
Matthew Morrison Will Schuester Glee Fox

2010sEdit

Year Actor Role Program Network Ref
2010
(68th)
Jim Parsons   Dr. Sheldon Cooper 'The Big Bang Theory CBS [50]
Alec Baldwin Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC
Steve Carell Michael Scott The Office
Thomas Jane Ray Drecker Hung HBO
Matthew Morrison Will Schuester Glee Fox
2011
(69th)
Matt LeBlanc   Himself Episodes Showtime [51]
Alec Baldwin Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC
David Duchovny Hank Moody Californication Showtime
Johnny Galecki Dr. Leonard Hofstadter The Big Bang Theory CBS
Thomas Jane Ray Drecker Hung HBO
2012
(70th)
Don Cheadle   Marty Kaan 'House of Lies Showtime [52]
Alec Baldwin Jack Donaghy 30 Rock NBC
Louis C.K. Louie Louie FX
Matt LeBlanc Himself Episodes Showtime
Jim Parsons Dr. Sheldon Cooper The Big Bang Theory CBS
2013
(71st)
Andy Samberg   Jake Peralta 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox [53]
Jason Bateman Michael Bluth Arrested Development Netflix
Don Cheadle Marty Kaan House of Lies Showtime
Michael J. Fox Mike Henry The Michael J. Fox Show NBC
Jim Parsons Dr. Sheldon Cooper The Big Bang Theory CBS
2014
(72nd)
Jeffrey Tambor   Maura Pfefferman Transparent Amazon [54]
Louis C.K. Louie Louie FX
Don Cheadle Marty Kaan House of Lies Showtime
Ricky Gervais Derek Noakes Derek Netflix
William H. Macy Frank Gallagher Shameless Showtime
2015
(73rd)
Gael García Bernal   Rodrigo De Souza 'Mozart in the Jungle Amazon [55]
Aziz Ansari Dev Shah Master of None Netflix
Rob Lowe Dean Sanderson Jr. The Grinder Fox
Patrick Stewart Walter Blunt Blunt Talk Starz
Jeffrey Tambor Maura Pfefferman Transparent Amazon
2016
(74th)
Donald Glover   Earnest "Earn" Marks Atlanta FX [56]
Anthony Anderson Andre "Dre" Johnson, Sr. Black-ish ABC
Gael García Bernal Rodrigo De Souza Mozart in the Jungle Amazon
Nick Nolte Richard Graves Graves Epix
Jeffrey Tambor Maura Pfefferman Transparent Amazon

SuperlativesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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