Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television

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Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television
Awarded for Best performance of the year by a male in a supporting role in a genre television series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films
First awarded 1999
Currently held by Michael McKean for Better Call Saul (2018)
Website www.saturnawards.org
Aaron Paul (right) has won the award three times, more than any other actor.

The Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television is presented annually by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, honoring the work of actors in science fiction, fantasy, and horror fiction on television.

(NOTE: Year refers to year of eligibility, the actual ceremonies are held the following year.)

The winners are listed in bold.

Winners and nominees

1990s

Year Actor Television program Network Character
1999
(26th)
Dennis Haysbert Now and Again CBS Dr. Theodore Morris
Nicholas Brendon Buffy the Vampire Slayer The WB Xander Harris
Colm Feore Storm of the Century ABC Andre Linoge
Jeremy London Journey to the Center of the Earth USA Network Jonas Lytton
James Marsters Buffy the Vampire Slayer The WB Spike
Robert Picardo Star Trek: Voyager UPN The Doctor

2000s

Year Actor Television program Network Character
2000
(27th)
James Marsters Buffy the Vampire Slayer The WB Spike

Alexis Denisof Angel The WB Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
Brendan Fehr Roswell Michael Guerin
Anthony Head Buffy the Vampire Slayer Rupert Giles
Michael Shanks Stargate SG-1 Showtime Dr. Daniel Jackson
Michael Weatherly Dark Angel Fox Logan Cale
2001
(28th)
Michael Rosenbaum Smallville The WB Lex Luthor
Christopher Judge Stargate SG-1 Showtime Teal'c
James Marsters Buffy the Vampire Slayer The WB Spike
Anthony Simcoe Farscape Sci-Fi Ka D'Argo
Connor Trinneer Enterprise UPN Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III
Michael Weatherly Dark Angel Fox Logan Cale
2002
(29th)
Victor Garber Alias ABC Jack Bristow
Alexis Denisof Angel The WB Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
John Glover Smallville Lionel Luthor
James Marsters Buffy the Vampire Slayer UPN Spike
Michael Rosenbaum Smallville The WB Lex Luthor
Connor Trinneer Enterprise UPN Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III
2003
(30th)
James Marsters Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Angel The WB & UPN Spike
Alexis Denisof Angel The WB Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
Victor Garber Alias ABC Jack Bristow
John Glover Smallville The WB Lionel Luthor
Michael Rosenbaum Lex Luthor
Nick Stahl Carnivàle HBO Ben Hawkins
2004
(31st)
Terry O'Quinn Lost ABC John Locke
Kyle MacLachlan The Librarian: Quest for the Spear TNT Edward Wilde
James Marsters Angel The WB Spike
Dominic Monaghan Lost ABC Charlie Pace
Michael Rosenbaum Smallville The WB Lex Luthor
Michael Shanks Stargate SG-1 Sci-Fi Dr. Daniel Jackson
2005
(32nd)
James Callis Battlestar Galactica Sci-Fi Dr. Gaius Baltar
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Lost ABC Mr. Eko
Jamie Bamber Battlestar Galactica Sci-Fi Captain Lee "Apollo" Adama
Sam Neill The Triangle Eric Benirall
Terry O'Quinn Lost ABC John Locke
Michael Rosenbaum Smallville The WB Lex Luthor
2006
(33rd)
Masi Oka Heroes NBC Hiro Nakamura
James Callis Battlestar Galactica Sci-Fi Dr. Gaius Baltar
Michael Emerson Lost ABC Henry Gale/Ben Linus
Greg Grunberg Heroes NBC Matt Parkman
Josh Holloway Lost ABC James "Sawyer" Ford
James Remar Dexter Showtime Harry Morgan
2007
(34th)
Michael Emerson Lost ABC Benjamin Linus
Greg Grunberg Heroes NBC Matt Parkman
Josh Holloway Lost ABC James "Sawyer" Ford
Erik King Dexter Showtime Sgt. James Doakes
Terry O'Quinn Lost ABC John Locke
Masi Oka Heroes NBC Hiro Nakamura
2008
(35th)
Adrian Pasdar Heroes NBC Nathan Petrelli
Henry Ian Cusick Lost ABC Desmond Hume
Thomas Dekker Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Fox John Connor
Michael Emerson Lost ABC Benjamin Linus
Josh Holloway James "Sawyer" Ford
Milo Ventimiglia Heroes NBC Peter Petrelli
2009
(36th)
Aaron Paul Breaking Bad AMC Jesse Pinkman
Jeremy Davies Lost ABC Daniel Faraday
Michael Emerson Benjamin Linus
Aldis Hodge Leverage TNT Alec Hardison
John Noble Fringe Fox Dr. Walter Bishop
Alexander Skarsgård True Blood HBO Eric Northman

2010s

Year Actor Television program Network Character
2010
(37th)
John Noble Fringe Fox Walter Bishop / Walternate
Michael Emerson Lost ABC Benjamin Linus
Dean Norris Breaking Bad AMC Hank Schrader
Terry O'Quinn Lost ABC John Locke / Man in Black
Aaron Paul Breaking Bad AMC Jesse Pinkman
Lance Reddick Fringe Fox Phillip Broyles
Steven Yeun The Walking Dead AMC Glenn Rhee
2011
(38th)
Aaron Paul Breaking Bad AMC Jesse Pinkman
Giancarlo Esposito Breaking Bad AMC Gustavo "Gus" Fring
Kit Harington Game of Thrones HBO Jon Snow
Joel Kinnaman The Killing AMC Stephen Holder
John Noble Fringe Fox Walter Bishop / Walternate
Bill Pullman Torchwood: Miracle Day Starz Oswald Danes
Norman Reedus The Walking Dead AMC Daryl Dixon
2012
(39th)
Jonathan Banks Breaking Bad AMC Mike Ehrmantraut
Giancarlo Esposito Revolution NBC Tom Neville
Todd Lasance Spartacus: War of the Damned Starz Julius Caesar
Colm Meaney Hell on Wheels AMC Thomas "Doc" Durant
David Morrissey The Walking Dead The Governor
John Noble Fringe Fox Walter Bishop / Walternate
2013
(40th)
Aaron Paul Breaking Bad AMC Jesse Pinkman
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Game of Thrones HBO Jaime Lannister
Erik Knudsen Continuum Syfy Alec Sadler
David Lyons Revolution NBC Sebastian "Bass" Monroe
Dean Norris Under the Dome CBS James "Big Jim" Rennie
James Purefoy The Following Fox Joe Carroll
2014
(41st)
Laurence Fishburne Hannibal NBC Jack Crawford
David Bradley The Strain FX Abraham Setrakian
Sam Heughan Outlander Starz Jamie Fraser
Erik Knudsen Continuum Syfy Alec Sadler
Norman Reedus The Walking Dead AMC Daryl Dixon
Richard Sammel The Strain FX Thomas Eichorst
2015
(42nd)
Richard Armitage Hannibal NBC Francis Dolarhyde
Vincent D'Onofrio Daredevil Netflix Wilson Fisk / Kingpin
Kit Harington Game of Thrones HBO Jon Snow
Toby Jones Wayward Pines Fox David Pilcher / Dr. Jenkins
Erik Knudsen Continuum Syfy Alec Sadler
Lance Reddick Bosch Amazon Irvin Irving
David Tennant Jessica Jones Netflix Kilgrave
Patrick Wilson Fargo FX Lou Solverson
2016
(43rd)
Ed Harris Westworld HBO The Man in Black
Linden Ashby Teen Wolf MTV Sheriff Stilinski
Mehcad Brooks Supergirl The CW James Olsen
Kit Harington Game of Thrones HBO Jon Snow
Lee Majors Ash vs Evil Dead Starz Brock Williams
Norman Reedus The Walking Dead AMC Daryl Dixon
Jeffrey Wright Westworld HBO Bernard Lowe
2017
(44th)
Michael McKean Better Call Saul AMC Chuck McGill
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Game of Thrones HBO Jaime Lannister
Miguel Ferrer (posthumously) Twin Peaks: The Return Showtime Albert Rosenfield
Kit Harington Game of Thrones HBO Jon Snow
Doug Jones Star Trek: Discovery CBS All Access Commander Saru
Christian Kane The Librarians TNT Jacob Stone
Khary Payton The Walking Dead AMC King Ezekiel
Evan Peters American Horror Story: Cult FX Kai Anderson, Andy Warhol, Marshall Applewhite, David Koresh, Jim Jones, Jesus, Charles Manson
2018
(45th)
Jonathan Banks Better Call Saul AMC Mike Ehrmantraut
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Game of Thrones HBO Jaime Lannister
Peter Dinklage Tyrion Lannister
David Harewood Supergirl The CW J'onn J'onzz
Ed Harris Westworld HBO The Man in Black
Lennie James Fear the Walking Dead AMC Morgan Jones
Khary Payton The Walking Dead King Ezekiel

Multiple nominations

6 nominations
  • James Marsters
5 nominations
  • Michael Emerson
  • Michael Rosenbaum
4 nominations
  • Kit Harington
  • John Noble
  • Terry O'Quinn
  • Aaron Paul
3 nominations
  • Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
  • Alexis Denisof
  • Josh Holloway
  • Erik Knudsen
  • Norman Reedus
2 nominations
  • Jonathan Banks
  • James Callis
  • Giancarlo Esposito
  • Victor Garber
  • John Glover
  • Greg Grunberg
  • Ed Harris
  • Dean Norris
  • Masi Oka
  • Khary Payton
  • Lance Reddick
  • Michael Shanks
  • Connor Trinneer
  • Michael Weatherly

Multiple wins

3 awards
  • Aaron Paul
2 awards
  • James Marsters

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st, 32nd, 33rd, 34th, 35th, 36th, 37th, 38th, 39th, 40th, 41st, 42nd
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