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NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series

This page lists the winners and nominees for the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series. It was known as the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series until 2000. Currently Steve Harvey and Bernie Mac hold the record for most wins in this category with four each.

NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series
Awarded forOutstanding Actor in a Comedy Series
CountryUnited States
Presented byNAACP
First awarded1972
Currently held byAnthony Anderson
Black-ish (2018)
Websitenaacpimageawards.net

Contents

Winners and nomineesEdit

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.

1970sEdit

Year Actor Series Ref
1972
Redd Foxx Sanford and Son [1]
1973 – 79 N/A

1980sEdit

Year Actor Series Ref
1980 – 81 N/A
1982
Sherman Hemsley The Jeffersons [2]
1983
Sherman Hemsley The Jeffersons [3]
1984 – 87 N/A
1988
Roscoe Lee Browne The Cosby Show [4]
1989
Tim Reid Frank's Place [5]
Clifton Davis Amen
Kadeem Hardison A Different World
Lincoln Kilpatrick Frank's Place
William Thomas Jr.

1990sEdit

Year Actor Series Ref
1990
Bill Cosby The Cosby Show [6]
1991
Kadeem Hardison A Different World [7]
1992
Kadeem Hardison A Different World [8]
1993
Bill Cosby The Cosby Show [9]
1994
Martin Lawrence Martin [10]
Ossie Davis Evening Shade
Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Charles S. Dutton Roc
Kadeem Hardison A Different World
1995
Martin Lawrence Martin [11]
1996
Martin Lawrence Martin [12]
John Henton Living Single
LL Cool J In the House
Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Jaleel White Family Matters
1997
Jaleel White Family Matters [13]
Terrence C. Carson Living Single
Martin Lawrence Martin
LL Cool J In the House
Will Smith The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
1998
Jamie Foxx The Jamie Foxx Show [14]
Terrence C. Carson Living Single
Steve Harvey The Steve Harvey Show
Gregory Hines The Gregory Hines Show
LL Cool J In the House
1999
Steve Harvey The Steve Harvey Show [15]
Jamie Foxx The Jamie Foxx Show
Robert Guillaume Sports Night
Isaac Hayes South Park
D. L. Hughley The Hughleys

2000sEdit

Year Actor Series Ref
2000
Steve Harvey The Steve Harvey Show [16]
Jamie Foxx The Jamie Foxx Show
Eddie Griffin Malcolm & Eddie
D. L. Hughley The Hughleys
Steven Williams Linc's
2001
Steve Harvey The Steve Harvey Show [17]
Jamie Foxx The Jamie Foxx Show
Robert Guillaume Sports Night
D. L. Hughley The Hughleys
Malcolm Jamal Warner Malcolm & Eddie
2002
Steve Harvey The Steve Harvey Show [18]
Michael Boatman Arliss
D. L. Hughley The Hughleys
Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show
Damon Wayans My Wife and Kids
2003
Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show [19]
Flex Alexander One on One
Cedric the Entertainer Cedric the Entertainer Presents
D. L. Hughley The Hughleys
Damon Wayans My Wife and Kids
2004
Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show [20]
Flex Alexander One on One
Dave Chappelle The Chappelle Show
George Lopez The George Lopez Show
Damon Wayans My Wife and Kids
2005
Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show [21]
Flex Alexander One on One
Dave Chappelle The Chappelle Show
George Lopez The George Lopez Show
Damon Wayans My Wife and Kids
2006
Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show [22]
Donald Faison Scrubs
Omar Gooding Barbershop
George Lopez The George Lopez Show
Tyler James Williams Everybody Hates Chris
2007
Tyler James Williams Everybody Hates Chris [23]
Donald Faison Scrubs
George Lopez The George Lopez Show
Bernie Mac The Bernie Mac Show
Duane Martin All of Us
2008
LaVan Davis Tyler Perry's House of Payne [24]
Donald Faison Scrubs
Reggie Hayes Girlfriends
Dulé Hill Psych
Tyler James Williams Everybody Hates Chris
2009
LaVan Davis Tyler Perry's House of Payne [25]
Terry Crews Everybody Hates Chris
Donald Faison Scrubs
Paul James Greek
Tyler James Williams Everybody Hates Chris

2010sEdit

Year Actor Series Ref
2010
Daryl Mitchell Brothers [26]
LaVan Davis Tyler Perry's House of Payne
Donald Faison Scrubs
Dulé Hill Psych
Tyler James Williams Everybody Hates Chris
2011
David Mann Meet the Browns [27]
Terry Crews Are We There Yet?
LaVan Davis Tyler Perry's House of Payne
Dulé Hill Psych
Phil Morris Love That Girl!
2012
Malcolm-Jamal Warner Reed Between the Lines [28]
Terry Crews Are We There Yet?
Dulé Hill Psych
Pooch Hall The Game
Phil Morris Love That Girl!
2013
Don Cheadle House of Lies [29]
Anthony Anderson Guys with Kids
Hosea Chanchez The Game
Donald Faison The Exes
Damon Wayans Jr. Happy Endings
2014
Kevin Hart Real Husbands of Hollywood [30]
André Braugher Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Cedric the Entertainer The Soul Man
Don Cheadle House of Lies
Dulé Hill Psych
2015
Anthony Anderson Black-ish [31]
André Braugher Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Don Cheadle House of Lies
Kevin Hart Real Husbands of Hollywood
Keegan-Michael Key Key & Peele
2016
Anthony Anderson Black-ish [32]
André Braugher Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Don Cheadle House of Lies
Dwayne Johnson Ballers
RonReaco Lee Survivor's Remorse
2017
Anthony Anderson Black-ish [33]
Don Cheadle House of Lies
Donald Glover Atlanta
Kevin Hart Real Husbands of Hollywood
Dwayne Johnson Ballers
2018
Anthony Anderson Black-ish [34]
Aziz Ansari Master of None
Dwayne Johnson Ballers
Keegan-Michael Key Friends from College
RonReaco Lee Survivor's Remorse
2019
Anthony Anderson Black-ish [35]
Donald Glover Atlanta
Cedric the Entertainer The Neighborhood
Dwayne Johnson Ballers
Tracy Morgan The Last O.G.

Multiple wins and nominationsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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