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TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama

The TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama is an award given by the Television Critics Association.[1]

Winners and nominees

Year Winner Program Other Nominees
1996-1997
(13th)
Andre Braugher Homicide: Life on the Street (NBC)
1997-1998
(14th)
Andre Braugher Homicide: Life on the Street (NBC)
1998-1999
(15th)
James Gandolfini
and
David E. Kelley
The Sopranos (HBO)

The Practice (ABC)
1999-2000
(16th)
James Gandolfini The Sopranos (HBO)
2000-2001
(17th)
James Gandolfini The Sopranos (HBO)
2001-2002
(18th)
Michael Chiklis The Shield (FX)
2002-2003
(19th)
Edie Falco The Sopranos (HBO)
2003-2004
(20th)
Ian McShane Deadwood (HBO)
2004-2005
(21st)
Hugh Laurie House (Fox)
2005-2006
(22nd)
Hugh Laurie House (Fox)
2006-2007
(23rd)
Michael C. Hall Dexter (Showtime)
2007-2008
(24th)
Paul Giamatti John Adams (HBO)
2008-2009
(25th)
Bryan Cranston Breaking Bad (AMC)
2009-2010
(26th)
Julianna Margulies The Good Wife (CBS)
2010-2011
(27th)
Jon Hamm Mad Men (AMC)
2011-2012
(28th)
Claire Danes Homeland (Showtime)
2012-2013
(29th)
Tatiana Maslany Orphan Black (BBC America)
2013-2014
(30th)
Matthew McConaughey True Detective (HBO)

References

  1. ^ "Past winners of the TCA Awards".  

External links

  • Official website
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