Awards & Winners

British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor

British Academy Television Awards

The British Academy Television Awards are given out by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. They are informally known as the BAFTA TV Awards. They have been awarded since 1954. From 1968-1997, the BAFTA TV Awards and the BAFTA Film Awards were presented in one joint ceremony. Since 1998, there have been two separate ceremonies. The film awards are held in February, two weeks ahead of the Academy Awards in America, while the Television awards are held in late May. The BAFTA TV Award is the UK equivalent to the Emmy Award in the United States. The awards for Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress were first presented at the 2010 ceremony.

Check all the winners of British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actor presented under British Academy Television Awards since 2010 .

David Bradley

Honored for : Broadchurch

Nominations 2014 »

Nominee Nominated Work
Nico Mirallegro The Village
Jerome Flynn Ripper Street
Rory Kinnear Southcliffe
David Bradley Broadchurch

Simon Russell Beale

Honored for : The Hollow Crown
(Henry IV, Part 2)

Nominations 2013 »

Nominee Nominated Work
Peter Capaldi The Hour
Stephen Graham Accused
Tracie\u2019s Story
Harry Lloyd The Fear
Simon Russell Beale The Hollow Crown
Henry IV, Part 2

Andrew Scott

Honored for : Sherlock

Nominations 2012 »

Nominee Nominated Work
Andrew Scott Sherlock
Martin Freeman Sherlock
Joseph Mawle Birdsong
Stephen Rea The Shadow Line

Martin Freeman

Honored for : Sherlock

Nominations 2011 »

Nominee Nominated Work
Brendan Coyle Downton Abbey
Johnny Harris This Is England '86
Robert Michael Sheehan Misfits
Martin Freeman Sherlock

Matthew Macfadyen

Honored for : Criminal Justice

Nominations 2010 »

Nominee Nominated Work
Matthew Macfadyen Criminal Justice
Benedict Cumberbatch Small Island
Tom Hollander Gracie!
Gary Lewis Mo