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Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical

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Tony Award for
Best Actor in a Musical
Awarded forBest Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical
LocationNew York City
Presented byAmerican Theatre Wing The Broadway League
Currently held byJ. Harrison Ghee for Some Like It Hot (2023)
WebsiteTonyAwards.com

The Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical is awarded to the actor who was voted as the best actor in a musical play, whether a new production or a revival. The award has been given since 1948, but the nominees who did not win have only been publicly announced since 1956.

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Transcription

Winners and nominees

  indicates the winner
Ray Bolger won for Where's Charley? (1949)
Phil Silvers won twice for Top Banana (1952) and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1972)
Thomas Mitchell won for Hazel Flagg (1953)
Rex Harrison for My Fair Lady (1957)
Robert Preston won twice for The Music Man (1958) and I Do! I Do! (1967)
Jackie Gleason won for Take Me Along (1960)
Richard Burton won for Camelot (1961)
Robert Morse won for How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1962)
Zero Mostel won twice for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1963) and Fiddler on the Roof (1965)
Robert Goulet won for The Happy Time (1968)
Jerry Orbach won for Promises, Promises (1969)
Cleavon Little won for Purlie (1970)
Christopher Plummer won for Cyrano (1974)
Len Cariou won for Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1979)
Kevin Kline won for The Pirates of Penzance (1981)
Tommy Tune won for My One and Only (1983)
Jason Alexander won for Jerome Robbins' Broadway (1989)
Jonathan Pryce won for Miss Saigon (1991)
Gregory Hines won for Jelly's Last Jam (1992)
Matthew Broderick won for How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1996)
Nathan Lane won twice for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1996) and The Producers (2001)
Alan Cumming won for Cabaret (1998)
Martin Short won for Little Me (1999)
Brian Stokes Mitchell won for Kiss, Me Kate (2000)
John Lithgow won for Sweet Smell of Success (2002)
Harvey Fierstein won Hairspray (2003)
Hugh Jackman won for The Boy from Oz (2004)
David Hyde Pierce won for Curtains (2007)
Billy Porter won for Kinky Boots (2013)
Neil Patrick Harris won for Hedwig and Angry Inch (2014)
Leslie Odom Jr. won for Hamilton (2016)
Ben Platt won for Dear Evan Hansen (2017)
Tony Shalhoub won for The Band's Visit (2018)
Aaron Tveit won for Moulin Rouge! (2020)
J. Harrison Ghee won for Some Like it Hot (2024)

1940s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
1948
(2nd)
Paul Hartman Angel in the Wings Various Characters
1949
(3rd)
Ray Bolger Where's Charley? Charley Wykeham

1950s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
1950
(4th)
Ezio Pinza South Pacific Emile De Beque
1951
(5th)
Robert Alda Guys and Dolls Sky Masterson
1952
(6th)
Phil Silvers Top Banana Jerry Biffle
1953
(7th)
Thomas Mitchell Hazel Flagg Dr. Downer
1954
(8th)
Alfred Drake Kismet Hajj
1955
(9th)
Walter Slezak Fanny Panisse
1956
(10th)
Ray Walston Damn Yankees Mr. Applegate [1]
Stephen Douglass Damn Yankees Joe Hardy
William Johnson Pipe Dream Doc
1957
(11th)
Rex Harrison My Fair Lady Henry Higgins [2]
Fernando Lamas Happy Hunting Duke of Granada
Robert Weede The Most Happy Fella Tony
1958
(12th)
Robert Preston The Music Man Harold Hill [3]
Ricardo Montalbán Jamaica Koli
Eddie Foy Jr. Rumple Rumple
Tony Randall Oh, Captain! Captain Henry St. James
1959
(13th)
Richard Kiley Redhead Tom Baxter [4]
Larry Blyden Flower Drum Song Sammy Fong

1960s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
1960
(14th)
Jackie Gleason Take Me Along Sid Davis [5]
Robert Morse Take Me Along Richard Miller
Walter Pidgeon Nat Miller
Andy Griffith Destry Rides Again Destry
Anthony Perkins Greenwillow Gideon Briggs
1961
(15th)
Richard Burton Camelot Arthur [6]
Phil Silvers Do Re Mi Hubert Cram
Maurice Evans Tenderloin Reverend Brock
1962
(16th)
Robert Morse How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying J. Pierrepont Finch [7]
Ray Bolger All-American Professor Fodorski
Alfred Drake Kean Edmund Kean
Richard Kiley No Strings David Jordan
1963
(17th)
Zero Mostel A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Pseudolus [8]
Sid Caesar Little Me Various Characters
Anthony Newley Stop the World – I Want to Get Off Littlechap
Clive Revill Oliver! Fagin
1964
(18th)
Bert Lahr Foxy Foxy [9]
Sydney Chaplin Funny Girl Nick Arnstein
Bob Fosse Pal Joey Joey Evans
Steve Lawrence What Makes Sammy Run? Sammy Glick
1965
(19th)
Zero Mostel Fiddler on the Roof Tevye [10]
Sammy Davis Jr. Golden Boy Joe Wellington
Cyril Ritchard The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd Sir
Tommy Steele Half a Sixpence Arthur Kipps
1966
(20th)
Richard Kiley Man of La Mancha Don Quixote / Cervantes [11]
Jack Cassidy It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman Max Mencken
John Cullum On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Dr. Mark Bruckner
Harry Secombe Pickwick Pickwick
1967
(21st)
Robert Preston I Do! I Do! Michael [12]
Alan Alda The Apple Tree Various Characters
Jack Gilford Cabaret Herr Schultz
Norman Wisdom Walking Happy Will Mossop
1968
(22nd)
Robert Goulet The Happy Time Jacques Bonnard [13]
Robert Hooks Hallelujah, Baby! Clem
Tony Roberts How Now, Dow Jones Charley
David Wayne The Happy Time Grandpere Bonnard
1969
(23rd)
Jerry Orbach Promises, Promises Chuck Baxter [14]
Herschel Bernardi Zorba Zorba
Jack Cassidy Maggie Flynn The Clown
Joel Grey George M! George M. Cohan

1970s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
1970
(24th)
Cleavon Little Purlie Purlie [15]
Len Cariou Applause Bill Sampson
Robert Weede Cry for Us All Edward Quinn
1971
(25th)
Hal Linden The Rothschilds Mayer Rothschild [16]
David Burns Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen Col. Wainwright Purdy III
Larry Kert Company Bobby
Bobby Van No, No, Nanette Billy Early
1972
(26th)
Phil Silvers A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Pseudolus [17]
Clifton Davis Two Gentlemen of Verona Valentine
Raul Julia Proteus
Barry Bostwick Grease Danny Zuko
1973
(27th)
Ben Vereen Pippin The Leading Player [18]
Len Cariou A Little Night Music Frederick Egerman
Robert Morse Sugar Jerry
Brock Peters Lost in the Stars Stephen Kumalo
1974
(28th)
Christopher Plummer Cyrano Cyrano de Bergerac [19]
Alfred Drake Gigi Honore Lachailles
Joe Morton Raisin Walter Lee Younger
Lewis J. Stadlen Candide Various Characters
1975
(29th)
John Cullum Shenandoah Charlie Anderson [20]
Joel Grey Goodtime Charley Charley
Raul Julia Where's Charley? Charley Wykeham
Eddie Mekka The Lieutenant Lieutenant
Robert Preston Mack & Mabel Mack Sennett
1976
(30th)
George Rose My Fair Lady Alfred P. Doolittle [21]
Mako Pacific Overtures Various Characters
Jerry Orbach Chicago Billy Flynn
Ian Richardson My Fair Lady Henry Higgins
1977
(31st)
Barry Bostwick The Robber Bridegroom Jamie Lockhart [22]
Robert Guillaume Guys and Dolls Nathan Detroit
Raul Julia The Threepenny Opera Macheath
Reid Shelton Annie Oliver Warbucks
1978
(32nd)
John Cullum On the Twentieth Century Oscar Jaffee [23]
Eddie Bracken Hello, Dolly! Horace Vandergelder
Barry Nelson The Act Dan Conners
Gilbert Price Timbuktu! The Mansa of Mali
1979
(33rd)
Len Cariou Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Sweeney Todd [24]
Vincent Gardenia Ballroom Alfred Rossi
Joel Grey The Grand Tour S. L. Jacobowsky
Robert Klein They're Playing Our Song Vernon Gersch

1980s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
1980
(34th)
Jim Dale Barnum P. T. Barnum [25]
Gregory Hines Comin' Uptown Scrooge
Mickey Rooney Sugar Babies Mickey
Giorgio Tozzi The Most Happy Fella Tony
1981
(35th)
Kevin Kline The Pirates of Penzance The Pirate King [26]
Gregory Hines Sophisticated Ladies Performer
George Rose The Pirates of Penzance Major-General
Martin Vidnovic Brigadoon Tommy Albright
1982
(36th)
Ben Harney Dreamgirls Curtis Taylor Jr. [27]
Herschel Bernardi Fiddler on the Roof Tevye
Victor Garber Little Me Various Characters
Raul Julia Nine Guido Contini
1983
(37th)
Tommy Tune My One and Only Captain Billy Buck Chandler [28]
Al Green Your Arms Too Short to Box with God Performer
George Hearn A Doll's Life Various Characters
Michael V. Smartt Porgy and Bess Porgy
1984
(38th)
George Hearn La Cage aux Folles Albin [29]
Gene Barry La Cage aux Folles Georges
Ron Moody Oliver! Fagin
Mandy Patinkin Sunday in the Park with George Georges Seurat / George
1985
(39th)
[note 1][30]
1986
(40th)
George Rose The Mystery of Edwin Drood Mayor Thomas Sapsea / William Cartwright [31]
Don Correia Singin' in the Rain Don Lockwood
Cleavant Derricks Big Deal Charley
Maurice Hines Uptown... It's Hot! Performer
1987
(41st)
Robert Lindsay Me and My Girl Bill Snibson [32]
Roderick Cook Oh, Coward! Performer
Terrence Mann Les Misérables Javert
Colm Wilkinson Jean Valjean
1988
(42nd)
Michael Crawford The Phantom of the Opera The Phantom of the Opera [33]
Scott Bakula Romance/Romance Alfred Von Wilmers / Sam
David Carroll Chess Anatoly Sergievsky
Howard McGillin Anything Goes Billy Crocker
1989
(43rd)
Jason Alexander Jerome Robbins' Broadway Various Characters [34]
Gabriel Barre Starmites Trinkulus
Brian Lane Green Spacepunk
Robert La Fosse Jerome Robbins' Broadway Various Characters

1990s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
1990
(44th)
James Naughton City of Angels Stone [35]
David Carroll Grand Hotel Felix Von Gaigern
Gregg Edelman City of Angels Stine
Bob Gunton Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Sweeney Todd
1991
(45th)
Jonathan Pryce Miss Saigon The Engineer [36]
Keith Carradine The Will Rogers Follies Will Rogers
Paul Hipp Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story Buddy Holly
Topol Fiddler on the Roof Tevye
1992
(46th)
Gregory Hines Jelly's Last Jam Jelly Roll Morton [37]
Harry Groener Crazy for You Bobby Child
Nathan Lane Guys and Dolls Nathan Detroit
Michael Rupert Falsettos Marvin
1993
(47th)
Brent Carver Kiss of the Spider Woman Luis Molina [38]
Tim Curry My Favorite Year Alan Swann
Con O'Neill Blood Brothers Mickey
Martin Short The Goodbye Girl Elliot Garfield
1994
(48th)
Boyd Gaines She Loves Me Georg Nowack [39]
Victor Garber Damn Yankees Mr. Applegate
Terrence Mann Beauty and the Beast The Beast
Jere Shea Passion Giorgio
1995
(49th)
Matthew Broderick How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying J. Pierrepont Finch [40]
Alan Campbell Sunset Boulevard Joe Gillis
Mark Jacoby Show Boat Gaylord Ravenal
John McMartin Cap'n Andy
1996
(50th)
Nathan Lane A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Pseudolus [41]
Savion Glover Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk 'da Beat / Lil' Dahlin'
Adam Pascal Rent Roger Davis
Lou Diamond Phillips The King and I The King of Siam
1997
(51st)
James Naughton Chicago Billy Flynn [42]
Robert Cuccioli Jekyll & Hyde Dr. Henry Jekyll / Edward Hyde
Jim Dale Candide Dr. Pangloss
Daniel McDonald Steel Pier Bill Kelly
1998
(52nd)
Alan Cumming Cabaret The Master of Ceremonies [43]
Peter Friedman Ragtime Tateh
Brian Stokes Mitchell Coalhouse Walker Jr.
Douglas Sills The Scarlet Pimpernel Percy Blakeney
1999
(53rd)
Martin Short Little Me Various Characters [44]
Brent Carver Parade Leo Frank
Adam Cooper Swan Lake The Swan
Tom Wopat Annie Get Your Gun Frank Butler

2000s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
2000
(54th)
Brian Stokes Mitchell Kiss Me, Kate Fred Graham / Petruchio [45]
Craig Bierko The Music Man Harold Hill
George Hearn Putting It Together The Husband
Mandy Patinkin The Wild Party Burrs
Christopher Walken The Dead Gabriel Conroy
2001
(55th)
Nathan Lane The Producers Max Bialystock [46]
Matthew Broderick The Producers Leo Bloom
Kevin Chamberlin Seussical Horton the Elephant
Tom Hewitt The Rocky Horror Show Dr. Frank N. Furter
Patrick Wilson The Full Monty Jerry Lukowski
2002
(56th)
John Lithgow Sweet Smell of Success J.J. Hunsecker [47]
Gavin Creel Thoroughly Modern Millie Jimmy Smith
John McMartin Into the Woods Narrator / Mysterious Man
Patrick Wilson Oklahoma! Curly McLain
John Cullum Urinetown Caldwell B. Cladwell
2003
(57th)
Harvey Fierstein Hairspray Edna Turnblad [48]
Antonio Banderas Nine Guido Contini
Malcolm Gets Amour Dusoleil
Brian Stokes Mitchell Man of La Mancha Don Quixote / Cervantes
John Selya Movin' Out Eddie
2004
(58th)
Hugh Jackman The Boy from Oz Peter Allen [49]
Hunter Foster Little Shop of Horrors Seymour
Alfred Molina Fiddler on the Roof Tevye
Euan Morton Taboo George
John Tartaglia Avenue Q Princeton / Rod
2005
(59th)
Norbert Leo Butz Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Freddy Benson [50]
Hank Azaria Spamalot Various Characters
Gary Beach La Cage aux Folles Albin
Tim Curry Spamalot King Arthur
John Lithgow Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Lawrence Jameson
2006
(60th)
John Lloyd Young Jersey Boys Frankie Valli [51]
Michael Cerveris Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Sweeney Todd
Harry Connick Jr. The Pajama Game Sid Sorokin
Stephen Lynch The Wedding Singer Robbie Hart
Bob Martin The Drowsy Chaperone Man in Chair
2007
(61st)
David Hyde Pierce Curtains Lieutenant Frank Cioffi [52]
Michael Cerveris LoveMusik Kurt Weill
Raúl Esparza Company Robert
Jonathan Groff Spring Awakening Melchior Gabor
Gavin Lee Mary Poppins Bert
2008
(62nd)
Paulo Szot South Pacific Emile de Becque [53]
Daniel Evans Sunday in the Park with George Georges Seurat / George
Lin-Manuel Miranda In the Heights Usnavi
Stew Passing Strange Narrator
Tom Wopat A Catered Affair Tom Hurley
2009
(63rd)
David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik & Kiril Kulish Billy Elliot the Musical Billy Elliot [54]
Gavin Creel Hair Claude
Brian d'Arcy James Shrek the Musical Shrek
Constantine Maroulis Rock of Ages Drew
J. Robert Spencer Next to Normal Dan Goodman

2010s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
2010
(64th)
Douglas Hodge La Cage aux Folles Albin [55]
Kelsey Grammer La Cage aux Folles Georges
Sean Hayes Promises, Promises Chuck Baxter
Chad Kimball Memphis Huey Calhoun
Sahr Ngaujah Fela! Fela Kuti
2011
(65th)
Norbert Leo Butz Catch Me If You Can Carl Hanratty [56]
Josh Gad The Book of Mormon Elder Cunningham
Joshua Henry The Scottsboro Boys Haywood Patterson
Andrew Rannells The Book of Mormon Elder Price
Tony Sheldon Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Bernadette Bassenger
2012
(66th)
Steve Kazee Once Guy [57]
Danny Burstein Follies Buddy Plummer
Jeremy Jordan Newsies Jack Kelly
Norm Lewis Porgy and Bess Porgy
Ron Raines Follies Ben Stone
2013
(67th)
Billy Porter Kinky Boots Lola / Simon [58]
Bertie Carvel Matilda the Musical Miss Trunchbull
Santino Fontana Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella Prince Topher
Rob McClure Chaplin Charlie Chaplin
Stark Sands Kinky Boots Charlie Price
2014
(68th)
Neil Patrick Harris Hedwig and the Angry Inch Hedwig Schmidt [59]
Ramin Karimloo Les Misérables Jean Valjean
Andy Karl Rocky the Musical Rocky Balboa
Jefferson Mays A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder The D'Ysquith Family
Bryce Pinkham Monty Navarro
2015
(69th)
Michael Cerveris Fun Home Bruce Bechdel [60]
Brian d'Arcy James Something Rotten! Nick Bottom
Robert Fairchild An American in Paris Jerry Mulligan
Ken Watanabe The King and I The King of Siam
Tony Yazbeck On the Town Gabey
2016
(70th)
Leslie Odom Jr. Hamilton Aaron Burr [61]
Alex Brightman School of Rock Dewey Finn
Danny Burstein Fiddler on the Roof Tevye
Zachary Levi She Loves Me Georg Nowack
Lin-Manuel Miranda Hamilton Alexander Hamilton
2017
(71st)
Ben Platt Dear Evan Hansen Evan Hansen [62]
Christian Borle Falsettos Marvin
Josh Groban Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 Pierre Bezukhov
Andy Karl Groundhog Day Phil Connors
David Hyde Pierce Hello, Dolly! Horace Vandergelder
2018
(72nd)
Tony Shalhoub The Band's Visit Tewfiq Zakaria [63]
Harry Hadden-Paton My Fair Lady Henry Higgins
Joshua Henry Carousel Billy Bigelow
Ethan Slater SpongeBob SquarePants SpongeBob SquarePants
2019
(73rd)
Santino Fontana Tootsie Michael Dorsey / Dorothy Michaels [64]
Brooks Ashmanskas The Prom Barry Glickman
Derrick Baskin Ain’t Too Proud Otis Williams
Alex Brightman Beetlejuice Beetlejuice
Damon Daunno Oklahoma! Curly McLain

2020s

Year Actor Role(s) Project Ref.
2020
(74th)
Aaron Tveit Moulin Rouge! Christian
2022
(75th)
Myles Frost MJ MJ [65]
Billy Crystal Mr. Saturday Night Buddy Young, Jr.
Hugh Jackman The Music Man Harold Hill
Rob McClure Mrs. Doubtfire Daniel Hillard
Jaquel Spivey A Strange Loop Usher
2023
(76th)
J. Harrison Ghee Some Like It Hot Jerry/Daphne [66]
Christian Borle Some Like It Hot Joe/Josephine
Josh Groban Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Sweeney Todd
Brian d'Arcy James Into the Woods The Baker
Ben Platt Parade Leo Frank
Colton Ryan New York, New York Jimmy Doyle
2024
(77th)
Brody Grant The Outsiders Ponyboy Curtis
Jonathan Groff Merrily We Roll Along Franklin Shepard
Dorian Harewood The Notebook Older Noah Calhoun
Brian d'Arcy James Days of Wine and Roses Joe Clay
Eddie Redmayne Cabaret Emcee

Notes

  1. ^ The category was not given due to an insufficient number of musicals during the season.

Multiple wins

2 wins

Multiple nominations

Multiple character wins

3 Wins
2 Wins

Multiple character nominations

5 Nominations
4 Nominations
3 Nominations
2 Nominations

-*Most of the leading male characters in Little Me are played by the same actor, but the actual roles vary. In the original 1962 Broadway production and the 1998 revival, Sid Caesar and Martin Short (respectively) played Noble Eggleston, Amos Pinchley, Val du Val, Fred Poitrine, Otto Schnitzler, and Prince Cherney. Caesar also played Noble Junior. In the 1981 revival, the lead roles were split among James Coco and Victor Garber with Garber playing Noble Eggleston, Val du Val, Fred Poitrine, and Noble Junior.

Productions with multiple nominations

Winners are in bold.

Multiple awards and nominations

Actors who have been nominated multiple times in any acting categories

Awards Nominations Recipient
4 7 Frank Langella
5 Boyd Gaines
3 6 Nathan Lane
5 Mark Rylance
4 Kevin Kline
Zero Mostel
3 Hinton Battle
2 7 Christopher Plummer
6 John Lithgow
Michael Cerveris
5 Christian Borle
George Hearn
George Rose
John Cullum
Robert Morse
4 James Earl Jones
Norbert Leo Butz
Richard Kiley
3 Al Pacino
David Burns
David Wayne
Fredric March
Judd Hirsch
Matthew Broderick
Phil Silvers
Rex Harrison
Robert Preston
Stephen Spinella
Walter Matthau
2 Alan Bates
Brian Dennehy
Bryan Cranston
Harvey Fierstein
Hiram Sherman
James Naughton
Jonathan Pryce
José Ferrer
Russell Nype
Tommy Tune
1 8 Jason Robards
7 Brian Bedford
Danny Burstein
6 Philip Bosco
5 Brían F. O'Byrne
Hume Cronyn
Jim Dale
4 Billy Crudup
Brandon Uranowitz
Brian Stokes Mitchell
Cyril Ritchard
David Alan Grier
Gregory Hines
Jack Cassidy
Joel Grey
Liev Schreiber
René Auberjonois
Tony Shalhoub
3 Alfred Drake
André De Shields
Barry Bostwick
Courtney B. Vance
David Hyde Pierce
Gary Beach
Gavin Creel
George Grizzard
Jefferson Mays
Jerry Orbach
John Wood
Larry Blyden
Len Cariou
Mandy Patinkin
Michael Rupert
Richard Burton
Robert Sean Leonard
Roger Bart
Scott Wise
2 Alfred Lunt
Andrew Garfield
Barnard Hughes
Ben Vereen
Ben Platt
Bert Lahr
Bertie Carvel
Bill Irwin
Brent Carver
Charles Nelson Reilly
Chuck Cooper
Cleavant Derricks
Cliff Gorman
Denzel Washington
Derek Jacobi
Eddie Redmayne
Edward Herrmann
Fritz Weaver
George S. Irving
Henry Fonda
Hugh Jackman
Ian McKellen
Jack Albertson
Jeffrey Wright
John Benjamin Hickey
John Glover
Kevin Spacey
Laurence Fishburne
Leslie Odom Jr.
Martin Short
Michael Gough
Michael McGrath
Paul Rogers
Ralph Fiennes
Ray Bolger
Reed Birney
Roger Rees
Roger Robinson
Ron Holgate
Roy Dotrice
Ruben Santiago-Hudson
Santino Fontana
Sean Hayes
Simon Russell Beale
Sydney Chaplin
Zakes Mokae
Nominations Recipient
5 Brian d'Arcy James
George C. Scott
John McMartin
Tom Aldredge
4 Donald Pleasence
Gregg Edelman
Raúl Esparza
Raul Julia
Victor Garber
3 Alan Alda
Alec McCowen
Alfred Molina
Andy Karl
Ben Gazzara
Brandon Victor Dixon
Brian Murray
Christopher Fitzgerald
Gilbert Price
Harry Groener
Jeff Daniels
Jonathan Groff
Joseph Maher
Joshua Henry
Kevin Chamberlin
Marc Kudisch
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Ralph Richardson
Robin de Jesús
Terrence Mann
Tim Curry
Željko Ivanek
2 Adam Godley
Alan Rickman
Albert Finney
Alex Brightman
Andrew Rannells
Andy Griffith
Anthony Heald
Anthony Perkins
Arian Moayed
Biff McGuire
Bob Gunton
Bobby Cannavale
Brad Oscar
Brooks Ashmanskas
Bruce Adler
Charles Brown
Charles S. Dutton
Christopher Sieber
Christopher Walken
Clive Revill
Conleth Hill
Corey Hawkins
David Carroll
David Morse
David Pittu
David Threlfall
Dick Anthony Williams
Donald Moffat
Edward Petherbridge
Edward Winter
Gabriel Byrne
Gary Sinise
Gavin Lee
Herschel Bernardi
Howard McGillin
Jack Gilford
Jack Lemmon
Jeremy Pope
Joe Mantello
Joel Blum
Josh Groban
John Gielgud
Jude Law
K. Todd Freeman
Keith Carradine
Larry Bryggman
Larry Haines
Lewis J. Stadlen
Liam Neeson
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Maurice Evans
Maurice Hines
Michael Stuhlbarg
Milo O'Shea
Nicol Williamson
Patrick Wilson
Peter Frechette
Rob McClure
Robert Prosky
Robert Weede
Samuel Barnett
Samuel E. Wright
Savion Glover
Stark Sands
Stephen McKinley Henderson
Theodore Bikel
Tom Courtenay
Tom Sturridge
Tom Wopat
Tony Roberts
Wilfrid Hyde-White

Facts

See also

References

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