Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series
Awarded for Outstanding Performance by a Guest Actor in a Drama Series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1975
Currently held by Gerald McRaney,
This Is Us (2017)
Website http://www.emmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series is an award presented annually by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It is given in honor of an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a guest starring role on a television drama series for the primetime network season.

The award was first presented at the 27th Primetime Emmy Awards on May 19, 1975 to Patrick McGoohan for his performance on Columbo: By Dawn's Early Light. It has undergone several name changes, originally honoring leading and supporting actors in single appearances on drama and comedy series through 1978. The award was reintroduced at the 38th Primetime Emmy Awards under the name Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series, honoring actors and actresses in guest starring roles on television drama series. In 1989, the category was split into categories for each gender, resulting in the name change to its current title.

Since its inception, the award has been given to 35 actors. Gerald McRaney is the current recipient of the award for his role of Dr. Nathan Katowski on This Is Us. Charles S. Dutton, John Lithgow and Patrick McGoohan have won the most awards in this category with two each. Michael J. Fox have been nominated for the award on seven occasions, the most within the category.

Winners and nominees[edit]

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

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning actor.
Patrick McGoohan was the first recipient of the award for his guest performance on Columbo: By Dawn's Early Light.
Louis Gossett Jr. won the award in 1977 for his work on Roots.
Ed Asner won the award in both lead and supporting actor categories for his work on Rich Man, Poor Man (1976) and Roots (1977).
Will Geer received nominations in both categories in 1978 for his performances on Love Boat and Eight is Enough.
Barnard Hughes won the award in 1978 in the lead actor category for his guest appearance on Lou Grant.
David Opatoshu won the 1991 award for his guest role on Gabriel's Fire.
Laurence Fishburne won the award for his work on Tribeca.
John Glover received two nominations in the category for his work on L.A. Law and Crime & Punishment.
Richard Kiley won in 1994 for his guest appearance on Picket Fences.
Peter Boyle won the award for his role as Clyde Bruckman on The X-Files.
John Larroquette won the 1998 award for his guest performance on The Practice.
Edward Herrmann won for his work on The Practice.
James Whitmore won in 2000 for his guest appearance on The Practice.
Charles S. Dutton won in 2002 for his appearance on The Practice, the fifth consecutive win for the program in this category, and in 2003 for his performance on Without a Trace.
William Shatner's 2004 win gave The Practice its six win in the category.
Ray Liotta won in 2005 for his guest performance on ER.
John Goodman won the award for his guest role as Judge Robert Bebe on Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
Glynn Turman won in 2008 for his guest appearance on In Treatment.
Out of seven nominations, the most within the category, Michael J. Fox won the 2009 award for his performance on Rescue Me.
Ted Danson received two nominations in this category for his performance on Damages.
John Lithgow tied with Charles S. Dutton and Patrick McGoohan for the most awards in the category, winning twice for his performances on Amazing Stories and Dexter.
Jeremy Davies won the 2011 award for his guest role on Justified.
Joe Morton won the award for his portrayal of Rowan Pope on Scandal.
Hank Azaria won in 2016 for his performance on Ray Donovan.

1970s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Submitted episode(s) Network Ref.
19741975
(27th)
Patrick McGoohan Award winner Columbo: By Dawn's Early Light Col. Lyle C. Rumford "By Dawn's Early Light" NBC [1]
Lew Ayres Kung Fu Beaumont "The Vanishing Image" ABC
Harold Gould Police Story Andrea Basic "Fathers and Sons" NBC
Harry Morgan M*A*S*H Maj. Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steele "The General Flipped at Dawn" CBS
19751976
(28th)
Outstanding Lead Actor for a Single Appearance in a Drama or Comedy Series [2]
Ed Asner Award winner Rich Man, Poor Man Axel Jordache N/A ABC
Bill Bixby The Streets of San Francisco Eric Doyle "The Police Buff" ABC
Tony Musante Medical Story Dr. Paul Brandon "The Quality of Mercy" NBC
Robert Reed Medical Center Dr. Pat Caddison "John Quincy Adams, Diplomat" CBS
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama Series [3]
Gordon Jackson Award winner Upstairs, Downstairs Hudson "The Beastly Hun" PBS
Bill Bixby Rich Man, Poor Man Willie Abbott N/A ABC
Roscoe Lee Browne Barney Miller Charlie Jeffers "The Escape Artist"
Norman Fell Rich Man, Poor Man Smitty N/A
Van Johnson Marsh Goodwin N/A
19761977
(29th)
Outstanding Lead Actor for a Single Appearance in a Drama or Comedy Series [4]
Louis Gossett Jr. Award winner Roots Fiddler "Part IV" ABC
John Amos Roots Toby "Part V" ABC
LeVar Burton Kunta Kinte "Part I"
Ben Vereen "Chicken" George Moore "Part VI"
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama Series [5]
Ed Asner Award winner Roots Capt. Davies "Part 1" ABC
Charles Durning Captains and the Kings Billy Rice "Chapter 2" NBC
Moses Gunn Roots Kintango "Part I" ABC
Robert Reed Dr. William Reynolds "Part V"
Ralph Waite Third mate Slater "Part I"
19771978
(30th)
Outstanding Lead Actor for a Single Appearance in a Drama or Comedy Series [6]
Barnard Hughes Award winner Lou Grant Judge Felix Rushman "Judge" CBS
Will Geer The Love Boat Franklyn Bootherstone "The Old Man and the Runaway" ABC
David Cassidy Police Woman Officer Dan Shay "A Chance to Live" NBC
Judd Hirsch Rhoda Mike Andretti "Rhoda Likes Mike" CBS
John Rubinstein Family Jeff Maitland "And Baby Makes Three" ABC
Keenan Wynn Police Woman Ben Fletcher "Good Old Uncle Ben" NBC
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama Series [7]
Ricardo Montalbán Award winner How the West Was Won Satangkai "Part I" ABC
Will Geer Eight is Enough Santa Claus "Yes, Nicholas... There is a Santa Claus" ABC
Larry Gelman Barney Miller Edward Sellers "Goodbye, Mr. Fish"
Harold Gould Rhoda Martin Morgenstern "Happy Anniversary" CBS
Abe Vigoda Barney Miller Det. Phil Fish "Goodbye, Mr. Fish" ABC

1980s[edit]

Year Recipient Program Role Submitted episode(s) Network Ref.
Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series
19851986
(38th)
John Lithgow Amazing Stories John Walters "The Doll" NBC [8]
Whoopi Goldberg Moonlighting Camille "Camille" ABC
Edward Herrmann St. Elsewhere Father Joseph McCabe "Time Heals" NBC
Peggy McCay Cagney & Lacey Mrs. Carruthers "Mothers and Sons" CBS
James Stacy Ted Peters "The Gimp"
19861987
(39th)
Alfre Woodard L.A. Law Adrianne Moore "Pilot" NBC [9]
Steve Allen St. Elsewhere Lech Osoranski "Visiting Daze" NBC
Jeanne Cooper L.A. Law Gladys Becker "Fry Me to the Moon"
Edward Herrmann St. Elsewhere Father Joseph McCabe "Where There's Hope, There's Crosby"
Jayne Meadows Olga Osoranski "Visiting Daze"
19871988
(40th)
Shirley Knight thirtysomething Ruth Murdock "The Parents Are Coming" ABC [10]
Imogene Coca Moonlighting Clara DiPesto "Los Dos DiPietos" ABC
Lainie Kazan St. Elsewhere Frieda Fiscus "The Abby Singer Show" NBC
Gwen Verdon Magnum, P.I. Catherine Peters "Infinity And Jelly Doughnuts" CBS
Alfre Woodard St. Elsewhere Dr. Roxanne Turner "The Abby Singer Show" NBC
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series
19881989
(41st)
Joe Spano Midnight Caller John Saringo "The Execution Of John Saringo" NBC [11]
Peter Boyle Midnight Caller J.J. Kilian "Fathers and Sins" NBC
Jack Gilford thirtysomething The Old Gentleman "The Mike Van Dyke" ABC
Michael Moriarty The Equalizer Wayne Virgil "Starfire" CBS
Edward Woodward The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents Drummond "The Hunted" USA

1990s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Submitted episode(s) Network Ref.
19891990
(42nd)
Patrick McGoohan Columbo Oscar Finch "Agenda for Murder" ABC [12]
Peter Frechette thirtysomething Peter Montefiore "Skylark" ABC
Harold Gould The Ray Bradbury Theatre The Old Man "To the Chicago Abyss" USA
William Hickey Tales from the Crypt Carlton Webber "The Switch" HBO
Bruce Weitz Midnight Caller Sgt. Ed Adderly "Mercy Me" NBC
19901991
(43rd)
David Opatoshu Gabriel's Fire Max Goldstein "Prayers for the Goldsteins" ABC [13]
Dabney Coleman Columbo Hugh Creighton "Columbo and the Murder of a Rock Star" ABC
Peter Coyote Road to Avonlea Romney Penhallow "Old Quarrels, Old Love" Disney
John Glover L.A. Law Dr. Paul Kohler "God Rest Ye Murray Gentleman" NBC
19911992
(44th)
No award
19921993
(45th)
Laurence Fishburne TriBeCa Martin McHenry "The Box" Fox [14]
Adam Arkin Northern Exposure Adam "The Big Feast" CBS
John Glover Crime & Punishment Dennis Atwood "Best Laid Plans" NBC
Michael Jeter Picket Fences Peter Lebeck "Frog Man" CBS
Richard Kiley Hayden Langston "Thanksgiving"
19931994
(46th)
Richard Kiley Picket Fences Hayden Langston "Buried Alive" CBS [15]
Tim Curry Tales from the Crypt Mother/Father/Sister/Daughter "Death of Some Salesman" HBO
Dan Hedaya NYPD Blue Lou the Werewolf "NYPD Lou" ABC
James Earl Jones Picket Fences Attorney Bryant Thomas "System Down" CBS
Robin Williams Homicide: Life on the Streets Robert Ellison "Bop Gun" NBC
19941995
(47th)
Paul Winfield Picket Fences Judge Harold Nance "Enemy Lines" CBS [16]
Milton Berle Beverly Hills, 90210 Saul Howard "Sentenced to Life" Fox
Beau Bridges The Outer Limits Simon Kress "Sandkings " Showtime
Vondie Curtis-Hall ER Rena "ER Confidential" NBC
Alan Rosenberg Sam Gasner "Into That Good Night"
19951996
(48th)
Peter Boyle The X-Files Clyde Bruckman "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" Fox [17]
Danny Glover Fallen Angels Philip Marlowe "Red Wind" Showtime
Michael Jeter Chicago Hope Bob Ryan "A Coupla Stiffs" CBS
Richard Pryor Joe Springer "Stand"
Rip Torn Warren Schutt "Hello Goodbye"
19961997
(49th)
Pruitt Taylor Vince Murder One Clifford Banks "Diary of a Serial Killer" ABC [18]
Alan Arkin Chicago Hope Zoltan Karpathein "The Son Also Rises" CBS
Louis Gossett Jr. Touched by an Angel Anderson Walker "Amazing Grace"
William H. Macy ER Dr. Morgenstern N/A NBC
Ewan McGregor Duncan Stewart "The Long Way Around"
19971998
(50th)
John Larroquette The Practice Joey Heric "Betrayal" ABC [19]
Bruce Davison Touched by an Angel Jake "Elijah" CBS
Vincent D'Onofrio Homicide: Life on the Street John Lange "The Subway" NBC
Charles Durning Thomas Finnegan "Finnegan's Wake"
Charles Nelson Reilly Millennium Jose Chung "Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense" Fox
19981999
(51st)
Edward Herrmann The Practice Atty. Anderson Pearson N/A ABC [20]
Tony Danza The Practice Tommy Silva N/A ABC
Charles S. Dutton Oz Alvah Case "The Tip" HBO
John Heard The Sopranos Det. Vin Makazian "Nobody Knows Anything" HBO
Mandy Patinkin Chicago Hope Dr. Jeffery Geiger "Curing Cancer" CBS

2000s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Network Ref.
19992000
(52nd)
James Whitmore The Practice Raymond Oz ABC [21]
Alan Alda ER Dr. Gabriel Lawrence NBC
Paul Dooley The Practice Judge Philip Swackhein ABC
Kirk Douglas Touched by an Angel Ross Burger CBS
Henry Winkler The Practice Henry Olson ABC
20002001
(53rd)
Michael Emerson The Practice William Hinks ABC [22]
René Auberjonois The Practice Judge Mantz ABC
James Cromwell ER Bishop Lionel Stewart NBC
Patrick Dempsey Once and Again Aaron Brooks ABC
Oliver Platt The West Wing Oliver Babish NBC
20012002
(54th)
Charles S. Dutton The Practice Leonard Marshall ABC [23]
Mark Harmon The West Wing Agent Simon Donovan NBC
John Larroquette The Practice Joey Heric ABC
Tim Matheson The West Wing Vice President John Hoynes NBC
Ron Silver Bruno Giannelli
20022003
(55th)
Charles S. Dutton Without a Trace Chet Collins CBS [24]
Don Cheadle ER Paul Nathan NBC
James Cromwell Six Feet Under George Sibley HBO
Tim Matheson The West Wing Vice President John Hoynes NBC
Matthew Perry Joe Quincy
James Whitmore Mister Sterling Bill Sterling Sr.
20032004
(56th)
William Shatner The Practice Denny Crane ABC [25]
James Earl Jones Everwood Will Cleveland The WB
Martin Landau Without a Trace Frank Malone CBS
Matthew Perry The West Wing Joe Quincy NBC
Bob Newhart ER Ben Hollander
20042005
(57th)
Ray Liotta ER Charlie Metcalf NBC [26]
Red Buttons ER Jules 'Ruby' Rubadoux NBC
Ossie Davis The L Word Melvin Porter Showtime
Charles Durning NCIS Ernie Yost CBS
Martin Landau Without a Trace Frank Malone
20052006
(58th)
Christian Clemenson Boston Legal Jerry Espenson ABC [27]
Kyle Chandler Grey's Anatomy Dylan Young ABC
Henry Ian Cusick Lost Desmond Hume ABC
Michael J. Fox Boston Legal Daniel Post
James Woods ER Dr. Nate Lennox NBC
20062007
(59th)
John Goodman Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Judge Robert Bebe NBC [28]
Christian Clemenson Boston Legal Jerry Espenson ABC
Tim Daly The Sopranos J.T. Dolan HBO
David Morse House Michael Tritter Fox
Eli Wallach Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Eli Weintraub NBC
Forest Whitaker ER Curtis Ames
20072008
(60th)
Glynn Turman In Treatment Alex Prince, Jr. HBO [29]
Charles Durning Rescue Me John Gavin Sr. FX
Robert Morse Mad Men Bert Cooper AMC
Oliver Platt Nip/Tuck Freddie Prune FX
Stanley Tucci ER Dr. Kevin Moretti NBC
Robin Williams Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Merritt Rook
20082009
(61st)
Michael J. Fox Rescue Me Dwight FX [30]
Ed Asner CSI: NY Abraham Klein CBS
Ernest Borgnine ER Paul Manning NBC
Ted Danson Damages Arthur Frobisher FX
Jimmy Smits Dexter Miguel Prado Showtime

2010s[edit]

Year Actor Program Role Episode Network Ref.
20092010
(62nd)
John Lithgow Dexter Arthur Mitchell "Road Kill" Showtime [31]
Dylan Baker The Good Wife Colin Sweeney "Bad" CBS
Beau Bridges The Closer George Andrews "Make Over" TNT
Alan Cumming The Good Wife Eli Gold "Fleas" CBS
Ted Danson Damages Arthur Frobisher "The Next One's Gonna Go in Your Throat" FX
Gregory Itzin 24 Charles Logan "1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m." Fox
Robert Morse Mad Men Bert Cooper "Shut the Door. Have a Seat." AMC
20102011
(63rd)
Paul McCrane Harry's Law Josh Peyton "With Friends Like These" NBC [32]
Beau Bridges Brothers & Sisters Nicholas Brody "Brody" ABC
Bruce Dern Big Love Frank Harlow "D.I.V.O.R.C.E." HBO
Jeremy Davies Justified Dickie Bennett "Reckoning" FX
Michael J. Fox The Good Wife Louis Canning "Real Deal" CBS
Robert Morse Mad Men Bert Cooper "Blowing Smoke" AMC
20112012
(64th)
Jeremy Davies Justified Dickie Bennett "Coalition" FX [33]
Dylan Baker The Good Wife Colin Sweeney "Marthas and Caitlins" CBS
Ben Feldman Mad Men Michael Ginsberg "Dark Shadows" AMC
Michael J. Fox The Good Wife Louis Canning "Parenting Made Easy" CBS
Mark Margolis Breaking Bad Héctor "Tio" Salamanca "Face Off" AMC
Jason Ritter Parenthood Mark St. Cyr "Politics" NBC
20122013
(65th)
Dan Bucatinsky Scandal James Novak "Nobody Likes Babies" ABC [34]
Michael J. Fox The Good Wife Louis Canning "Boom De Ah Dah" CBS
Rupert Friend Homeland Peter Quinn "Q&A" Showtime
Harry Hamlin Mad Men Jim Cutler "A Tale of Two Cities" AMC
Nathan Lane The Good Wife Clarke Hayden "I Fought the Law" CBS
Robert Morse Mad Men Bert Cooper "For Immediate Release" AMC
20132014
(66th)
Joe Morton Scandal Rowan Pope "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" ABC [35]
Dylan Baker The Good Wife Colin Sweeney "Tying the Knot" CBS
Beau Bridges Masters of Sex Barton Scully "Manhigh" Showtime
Reg E. Cathey House of Cards Freddy Hayes "Chapter 22" Netflix
Paul Giamatti Downton Abbey Harold Levinson "Chapter 8" PBS
Robert Morse Mad Men Bert Cooper "Waterloo" AMC
20142015
(67th)
Reg E. Cathey House of Cards Freddy Hayes "Chapter 34" Netflix [36]
F. Murray Abraham Homeland Dar Adal "Long Time Coming" Showtime
Alan Alda The Blacklist Alan Fitch "The Decembrist" NBC
Beau Bridges Masters of Sex Barton Scully "Parallax" Showtime
Michael J. Fox The Good Wife Louis Canning "Red Zone" CBS
Pablo Schreiber Orange Is the New Black George "Pornstache" Mendez "40 Oz. of Furlough" Netflix
20152016
(68th)
Hank Azaria Ray Donovan Ed Cochran "One Night in Yerevan" Showtime [37]
Mahershala Ali House of Cards Remy Danton "Chapter 44" Netflix
Reg E. Cathey Freddy Hayes "Chapter 50"
Michael J. Fox The Good Wife Louis Canning "Taxed" CBS
Paul Sparks House of Cards Thomas Yates "Chapter 49" Netflix
Max von Sydow Game of Thrones The Three-Eyed Raven "The Door" HBO
20162017
(69th)
Gerald McRaney This Is Us Dr. Nathan Katowski "The Big Day" NBC
Hank Azaria Ray Donovan Ed Cochran "Norman Saves the World" Showtime
Brian Tyree Henry This Is Us Ricky "Memphis" NBC
Ben Mendelsohn Bloodline Danny Rayburn "Part 32" Netflix
Denis O'Hare This Is Us Jessie "Last Christmas" NBC
B. D. Wong Mr. Robot Whiterose "eps2.3_logic-b0mb.hc" USA

Performers with multiple wins[edit]

2 wins

Performers with multiple nominations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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