List of awards and nominations received by Matthew McConaughey

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Matthew McConaughey awards and nominations
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McConaughey at the 83rd Academy Awards
Wins 37
Runner-up 3
Nominations 89

Matthew McConaughey is an American actor and producer who rose to prominence with his role in the 1993 ensemble comedy film Dazed and Confused.[1] The film was well received by critics.[2] Since then, McConaughey has received various awards and nominations, including an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, a Screen Actors Guild Award, two Critics' Choice Awards, a MTV Movie Award and a People’s Choice Award. He has also been nominated for five Teen Choice Awards and two Emmys.

Three years after his role in Dazed and Confused, in 1996, McConaughey played the lead role of a lawyer in the movie A Time to Kill, for which he won the MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance. His next appearances—in the science fiction drama Contact (1997), alongside Jodie Foster, and the war film U-571 (2000)—garnered him two Blockbuster Entertainment Award nominations. In the early 2000s, he starred in multiple romantic comedies, including The Wedding Planner (2001) and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003), for which he received four Teen Choice Award nominations. He received two more nominations and the People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Action Star for his role in the 2005 action-comedy film Sahara.

McConaughey received the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Bernie (2011) and Magic Mike (2012) and was also awarded the Critics' Choice Movie Award in the same category for the latter. He played the role of a hit man in the black comedy crime film Killer Joe (2011) for which he was awarded the Saturn Award for Best Actor. In the same year, McConaughey starred in Mud (2012), which earned him the Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award. The following year, McConaughey played lead role of Ron Woodroof, a real life AIDS patient in the 1980s, in the biopic drama Dallas Buyers Club to critical acclaim.[3] He won the Academy Award, Critics' Choice Movie Award, and Golden Globe for his role in the film. In 2014, he starred in the epic sci-fi Interstellar for which he received a Saturn Award for Best Actor nomination. In November of the same year, he was inducted to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.[4] McConaughey co-produced and acted in the crime anthology television series True Detective, which earned him Critics' Choice Television Award and a Golden Globe nomination. He also received two Primetime Emmy nominations, one for his role as an actor and other for his role as an executive producer, and a Producers Guild of America Award nomination. For his roles in the war film Free State of Jones and Gold (both 2016), he was nominated for the Women Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor and the Saturn Award for Best Actor, respectively.

Awards and nominations

Award Year of ceremony Category Nominee/work Result Ref(s)
AACTA International Awards 2014 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [5]
Academy Awards 2014 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [6]
EDA Awards 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [7]
Austin Film Critics Association 2012 Special Honorary Award Bernie
Killer Joe
Magic Mike
The Paperboy
Won [8]
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1998 Favorite Actor – Drama Contact Nominated [9][10]
2001 Favorite Actor – Action U-571 Nominated [11][12]
Boston Society of Film Critics 2013 Best Cast The Wolf of Wall Street Runner-up [13]
Chicago Film Critics Association 1997 Most Promising Actor A Time to Kill Nominated [14]
2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [15][16]
Crime Thriller Awards 2014 The Best Actor Dagger True Detective Won [17]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2013 Best Supporting Actor Magic Mike Nominated [18][19]
2014 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [20][21]
Best Acting Ensemble The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated
Critics' Choice Television Awards 2014 Best Actor in a Drama Series True Detective Won [22]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [23]
Detroit Film Critics Society 2012 Best Supporting Actor Magic Mike Nominated [24]
2013 Mud Nominated [25]
Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won
Best Ensemble The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated
Dorian Awards 2014 Film Performance of the Year – Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [26]
2015 TV Performance of the Year - Actor True Detective Nominated [27]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle 2012 Best Actor Killer Joe 5th place[d] [28]
2013 Mud 6th place [29]
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2015 Best TV Actor True Detective Won [30]
Film Independent Spirit Awards 2013 Best Supporting Male Magic Mike Won [31][32]
Best Male Lead Killer Joe Nominated
2014 Dallas Buyers Club Won [33]
Robert Altman Award Mud Won
Florida Film Critics Circle 2003 Best Cast Thirteen Conversations About One Thing Won [34]
Gold Derby Awards 2014 Drama Lead Actor True Detective Nominated [35]
Best Ensemble Cast The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated [36]
Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Goldene Kamera Awards 2013 Best International Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [37]
Golden Globe Awards 2014 Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Dallas Buyers Club Won [38]
2015 Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film True Detective Nominated [39]
Georgia Film Critics Association 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [40]
Best Ensemble The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated
Gotham Awards 2012 Best Ensemble Cast Bernie Nominated [41][42]
2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [43]
Hollywood Film Awards 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [44]
2016 Ensemble of the Year Gold Won [45]
Houston Film Critics Society 2013[e] Best Supporting Actor Magic Mike Nominated [46]
2013[f] Mud Nominated [47][48]
Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
Irish Film & Television Academy 2014 Best International Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [49]
MTV Movie Awards 1997 Best Breakthrough Performance A Time to Kill Won [50]
2014 Best On-Screen Transformation Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [51][52]
Best Male Performance Nominated
Best On-Screen Duo
(shared with Jared Leto)
Nominated
National Society of Film Critics 2013 Best Supporting Actor Bernie
Magic Mike
Won [53]
New York Film Critics Circle 2013 Best Supporting Actor Bernie
Magic Mike
Won [54]
Online Film Critics Society 2013 Best Supporting Actor Mud Nominated [55][56]
Palm Springs International Film Festival 2014 Desert Palm Achievement Award Dallas Buyers Club Won [57]
People's Choice Awards 2006 Favorite Male Action Star Sahara Won [58]
Primetime Emmy Awards 2014 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series True Detective Nominated [59]
Outstanding Drama Series[g] Nominated [60]
Producers Guild of America Award 2015 Best Episodic Drama[g] True Detective Nominated [61]
Rome Film Festival 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Won [62]
Russian National Movie Awards 2015 Foreign Actor of the Year Dallas Buyers Club
Interstellar
The Wolf of Wall Street
True Detective
Won [63]
Foreign Hero of the Year Interstellar Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society 2012 Best Supporting Actor Killer Joe Nominated [64][65]
2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [66][67]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [68]
Sant Jordi Awards 2014 Best Foreign Actor Mud Won [69]
Satellite Awards 2014 Best Actor – Motion Picture Dallas Buyers Club Won [70]
Saturn Awards 2013 Best Actor Killer Joe Won [71]
2015 Interstellar Nominated [72][73]
2017 Gold Nominated [74]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2014 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Dallas Buyers Club Won [75]
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
2015 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series True Detective Nominated [76]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Runner-up [77]
TCA Awards 2014 Individual Achievement in Drama True Detective Won [78]
Teen Choice Awards 2001 Choice Movie Chemistry
(shared with Jennifer Lopez)
The Wedding Planner Nominated [79]
2003 Choice Movie Liplock
(shared with Kate Hudson)
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days Nominated [80]
Choice Movie Liar Nominated
2005 Choice Movie Liplock
(shared with Penélope Cruz)
Sahara Nominated [81]
Choice Movie Actor: Action/Thriller Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Runner-up [82]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2014 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [83][84]
Village Voice Film Poll 2012 Best Supporting Actor Bernie 9th place [85]
Killer Joe 5th place
Magic Mike Won
Best Actor Killer Joe 7th place [86]
2013 Dallas Buyers Club 8th place [87]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2013 Best Actor Dallas Buyers Club Nominated [88]
Women Film Critics Circle 2016 Best Actor Free State of Jones Nominated [89][90]

Other honors

Year Award Ref.
2014 American Cinematheque Award [91]
Texas Exes Distinguished Alumni Award [92]
2015 New Orleans Film Society Celluloid Hero Award [93]

References

Notes

  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner, as they may recognize several recipients and have runners-up. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in the awards tally.
  2. ^ Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.
  3. ^ Organizations without a Wikipedia page are not included in list of accolades.
  4. ^ Tied with Michael Fassbender for the movie Shame
  5. ^ The 6th Houston Film Critics Society Awards (awarding movies made in 2012) were handed out in a ceremony that took place on January 5, 2013.
  6. ^ The 7th Houston Film Critics Society Awards (awarding movies made in 2013) were handed out in a ceremony that took place on December 8, 2013.
  7. ^ a b As executive producer

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