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Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film

The Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television is one of the annual Satellite Awards given by the International Press Academy.

1990s

Year Winner Nominee(s)
1996 Stanley Tucci - Murder One
1997 Vondie Curtis-Hall - Don King: Only in America
1998 David Clennon - From the Earth to the Moon
1999 N/A
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2000s

Year Winner Nominee(s)
2000 N/A
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2001 David Schwimmer - Band of Brothers
2002 Linus Roache - The Gathering Storm
2003 Justin Kirk - Angels in America
2004 Bill Nighy - The Lost Prince
2005 Randy Quaid - Elvis
2006 Tony Plana - Ugly Betty
2007 David Zayas - Dexter
2008 Nelsan Ellis - True Blood
2009 John Lithgow - Dexter

2010s

Year Winner Nominee(s)
2010 David StrathairnTemple Grandin
2011 Ryan HurstSons of Anarchy
Peter DinklageGame of Thrones
2012 Neal McDonoughJustified
2013 Aaron PaulBreaking Bad
2014 Rory KinnearPenny Dreadful
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