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Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor

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Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor

The following is a list of Saturn Award winners for Best Supporting Actor (in a film). Burgess Meredith, Ian Mckellen and Andy Serkis are the only actors that have won the award multiple times (twice), while only Javier Bardem and Heath Ledger have won both the Saturn Award and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.


"†" indicates an Academy Award-winning actor on the same category.

"‡" indicates an Academy Award-nominated actor on the same category.

Year Winner Nominees
1974 / 75 Marty FeldmanYoung Frankenstein
1976 Jay RobinsonTrain Ride to Hollywood
1977 Alec Guinness ‡ – Star Wars
1978 Burgess MeredithMagic
1979 Arte JohnsonLove at First Bite
1980 Scatman CrothersThe Shining
1981 Burgess MeredithClash of the Titans
1982 Richard Lynch - The Sword and the Sorcerer
1983 John LithgowTwilight Zone: The Movie
1984 Tracey WalterRepo Man
1985 Roddy McDowallFright Night
1986 Bill PaxtonAliens
1987 Richard DawsonThe Running Man
1988 Robert LoggiaBig
1989 / 90 Thomas F. WilsonBack to the Future Part III
1991 William SadlerBill and Ted's Bogus Journey
1992 Robin WilliamsAladdin
1993 Lance HenriksenHard Target
1994 Gary Sinise ‡ – Forrest Gump
1995 Brad Pitt ‡ – 12 Monkeys
1996 Brent SpinerStar Trek: First Contact
1997 Vincent D'OnofrioMen in Black
1998 Ian McKellenApt Pupil
1999 Michael Clarke Duncan ‡ – The Green Mile
2000 Willem Dafoe ‡ – Shadow of the Vampire
2001 Ian McKellen ‡ – The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
2002 Andy SerkisThe Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
2003 Sean AstinThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
2004 David CarradineKill Bill: Volume 2
2005 Mickey RourkeSin City
2006 Ben AffleckHollywoodland
2007 Javier Bardem † – No Country for Old Men
2008 Heath Ledger † – The Dark Knight (posthumously)
2009 Stephen LangAvatar
2010 Andrew GarfieldNever Let Me Go
2011 Andy Serkis - Rise of the Planet of the Apes
2012 Clark Gregg - The Avengers
2013 Ben KingsleyIron Man 3
2014 Richard ArmitageThe Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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