Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture


Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture

Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor — Motion Picture was first awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in 1944 for a performance in a motion picture released in the previous year.

The formal title has varied since its inception and as of 2005 is officially called: "Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture".

Past winners


=1940s=

*1944Akim Tamiroff, "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
*1945Barry Fitzgerald, "Going My Way"
*1946J. Carrol Naish, "A Medal for Benny"
*1947Clifton Webb, "The Razor's Edge"
*1948Edmund Gwenn, "Miracle on 34th Street"
*1949Walter Huston, "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre"


=1950s=

*1950James Whitmore, "Battleground"
*1951Edmund Gwenn, "Mister 880"
*1952Peter Ustinov, "Quo Vadis"
*1953Millard Mitchell, "My Six Convicts"
*1954Frank Sinatra, "From Here to Eternity"
*1955Edmond O'Brien, "The Barefoot Contessa"
*1956Arthur Kennedy, "Trial"
*1957Earl Holliman, "The Rainmaker"
*1958Red Buttons, "Sayonara"
*1959Burl Ives, "The Big Country"


=1960s=

*1960Stephen Boyd, "Ben-Hur"
*1961Sal Mineo, "Exodus"
*1962George Chakiris, "West Side Story"
*1963Omar Sharif, "Lawrence of Arabia"
*1964John Huston, "The Cardinal"
*1965Edmond O'Brien, "Seven Days in May"
*1966Oskar Werner, "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold"
*1967Richard Attenborough, "The Sand Pebbles"
*1968Richard Attenborough, "Doctor Dolittle"
*1969Daniel Massey, "Star!"


=1970s=

*1970Gig Young, "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?"
*1971John Mills, "Ryan's Daughter"
*1972Ben Johnson, "The Last Picture Show"
*1973Joel Grey, "Cabaret"
*1974John Houseman, "The Paper Chase"
*1975Fred Astaire, "The Towering Inferno"
*1976Richard Benjamin, "The Sunshine Boys"
*1977Laurence Olivier, "Marathon Man"
*1978Peter Firth, "Equus"
*1979John Hurt, "Midnight Express"


=1980s=

*1980Robert Duvall, "Apocalypse Now"
*1981 - Timothy Hutton, "Ordinary People"
*1982 - John Gielgud, "Arthur"
*1983 - Louis Gossett, Jr., "An Officer and A Gentleman"
*1984 - Jack Nicholson, "Terms of Endearment"
*1985 - Haing Ngor, "The Killing Fields"
*1986 - Klaus Maria Brandauer, "Out of Africa"
*1987 - Tom Berenger, "Platoon"
*1988 - Sean Connery, "The Untouchables"
*1989 - Martin Landau, ""


=1990s=

*1990 - Denzel Washington, "Glory"
*1991 - Bruce Davison, "Longtime Companion"
*1992 - Jack Palance, "City Slickers"
*1993 - Gene Hackman, "Unforgiven"
*1994 - Tommy Lee Jones, "The Fugitive"
*1995 - Martin Landau, "Ed Wood"
*1996 - Brad Pitt, "Twelve Monkeys"
*1997 - Edward Norton, "Primal Fear"
*1998 - Burt Reynolds, "Boogie Nights"
*1999 - Ed Harris, "The Truman Show"


=2000s=

*2000 - Tom Cruise, "Magnolia" as Frank
*2001 - Benicio del Toro, "Traffic" as Javier Rodriguez
*2002 - Jim Broadbent, "Iris" as John Bayley
** Jon Voight – "Ali"
** Jude Law – ""
** Steve Buscemi – "Ghost World"
** Hayden Christensen – "Life as a House"
** Ben Kingsley – "Sexy Beast"
*2003 - Chris Cooper, "Adaptation" as John Laroche
** John C. Reilly – "Chicago"
** Dennis Quaid – "Far from Heaven"
** Ed Harris – "The Hours"
** Paul Newman – "Road to Perdition"
*2004 - Tim Robbins, "Mystic River" as Dave Boyle
** Alec Baldwin – "The Cooler" as Shelly Kaplow
** Albert Finney – "Big Fish" as Edward Bloom
** William H. Macy – "Seabiscuit" as Tick Tock McGlaughlin
** Peter Sarsgaard – "Shattered Glass" as Charles Lane
** Ken Watanabe – "The Last Samurai" as Katsumoto
*2005 - Clive Owen, "Closer" as Larry
** David Carradine – "Kill Bill Vol. 2" as Bill
** Thomas Haden Church – "Sideways" as Jack
** Jamie Foxx – "Collateral" as Max
** Morgan Freeman – "Million Dollar Baby" as Eddie "Scrap Iron" Dupris
*2006 - George Clooney, "Syriana" as Bob Barnes
** Matt Dillon – "Crash" as Sgt. Jack Ryan "'
** Will Ferrell – "The Producers" as Franz Liebkind
** Paul Giamatti – "Cinderella Man" as Joe Gould
** Bob Hoskins – "Mrs. Henderson Presents" as Vivian Van Damm
*2007 - Eddie Murphy, "Dreamgirls" as James 'Thunder' Early
** Ben Affleck – "Hollywoodland" as George Reeves
** Jack Nicholson – "The Departed" as Francis "Frank" Costello
** Brad Pitt – "Babel" as Richard Jones
** Mark Whalberg – "The Departed" as Staff Sgt. Dignam
*"'2008 - Javier Bardem - "No Country for Old Men" as Anton Chigurh
**Casey Affleck - "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" as Robert Ford
**Philip Seymour Hoffman - "Charlie Wilson's War" as Gust Avrakotos
**John Travolta - "Hairspray" as Edna Turnblad
**Tom Wilkinson - "Michael Clayton" as Arthur Edens


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