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San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor

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San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor

The San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor is an award given by the San Diego Film Critics Society to honor the finest male acting achievementes in filmmaking.



Year Winner Film Role
1996 Armin Mueller-Stahl Shine Peter Helfgott
1997 Burt Reynolds Boogie Nights Jack Horner
1998 Billy Bob Thornton A Simple Plan Jacob Mitchell
1999 Philip Seymour Hoffman Flawless Rusty Zimmerman


Year Winner Film Role
2000 Benicio del Toro Traffic Javier Rodriguez
2001 Ben Kingsley Sexy Beast Don Logan
2002 Chris Cooper Adaptation. John Laroche
2003 Djimon Hounsou In America Mateo
2004 Phil Davis Vera Drake Stan
2005 Jeffrey Wright Broken Flowers Winston
2006 Ray Winstone The Proposition Captain Stanley
2007 Tommy Lee Jones No Country for Old Men Ed Tom Bell
2008 Heath Ledger posthumously The Dark Knight The Joker
2009 Christoph Waltz Inglourious Basterds Col. Hans Landa


Year Winner Film Role
2010 John Hawkes Winter's Bone Teardrop
2011 Nick Nolte Warrior Paddy Conlon
2012 Christoph Waltz Django Unchained Dr. King Schultz
2013 Jared Leto Dallas Buyers Club Rayon
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