Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards / Best Actor

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Winner of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association in the category Best Actor ( Best Actor ). The American Film Critics Association is one of the first to announce its awards for the best film productions and filmmakers of the current calendar year each year at the beginning of December, which are presented about a month later, in early or mid-January.

The most successful in this category were the American actors Robert De Niro , Robert Duvall , Jack Nicholson and their British colleague Daniel Day-Lewis , who have won the award twice so far. The film critics' association was able to present the Oscar winner 19 times in advance , most recently in 2010 with the award of the prize to the British Colin Firth ( The King's Speech ).

Award winners

Notes: In some years there was an ex-aequo result and thus two winners. Since 2004, second-placed actors have also been announced by the LAFCA jury.

year Award winners Movie German title
1975 Al Pacino Dog Day Afternoon Dog days
1976 Robert De Niro Taxi driver Taxi driver
1977 Richard Dreyfuss * The goodbye girl The lodger
1978 Jon Voight * Coming home
Coming Home - you are coming home
1979 Dustin Hoffman * Kramer vs. Chandler Kramer versus Kramer
1980 Robert De Niro * Raging Bull Like a wild bull
1981 Burt Lancaster Atlantic City Atlantic City, USA
1982 Ben Kingsley * Gandhi Gandhi
1983 Robert Duvall * Tender Mercies Love comeback
1984 F. Murray Abraham * Amadeus Amadeus
1984 Albert Finney Under the volcano Under the volcano
1985 William Hurt * Kiss of the Spider Woman Kiss the spider woman
1986 Bob Hoskins Mona Lisa Mona Lisa
1987 Steve Martin Roxanne Roxanne
1987 Jack Nicholson Ironweed
The Witches of Eastwick
The Witches of Eastwick
1988 Tom Hanks Big
Punchline - the bang effect
1989 Daniel Day-Lewis * My left foot My left foot
1990 Jeremy Irons * Reversal of Fortune The Sunny von B.
1991 Nick Nolte The Prince of Tides Lord of the Tides
1992 Clint Eastwood Unforgiven Merciless
1993 Anthony Hopkins Shadowlands
Remains of the Day
What was left of the day
1994 John Travolta pulp Fiction pulp Fiction
1995 Nicolas Cage * Leaving Las Vegas Leaving Las Vegas
1996 Geoffrey Rush * Shine Shine - the way into light
1997 Robert Duvall The Apostle Apostle!
1998 Ian McKellen Gods and Monsters Gods and Monsters
1999 Russell Crowe The Insider insider
2000 Michael Douglas Wonder Boys The WonderBoys
2001 Denzel Washington * Training Day Training Day
2002 Jack Nicholson About Schmidt About Schmidt
2002 Daniel Day-Lewis Gangs of New York Gangs of New York
2003 Bill Murray Lost in Translation Lost in Translation
2004 Liam Neeson Kinsey Kinsey - The Truth About Sex
2005 Philip Seymour Hoffman * Capote Capote
2006 Sacha Baron Cohen Borate Borate
2006 Forest Whitaker * The Last King of Scotland The Last King of Scotland - In the Clutches of Power
2007 Daniel Day-Lewis * There Will Be Blood There Will Be Blood
2008 Sean Penn * Milk Milk
2009 Jeff Bridges * Crazy Heart Crazy Heart
2010 Colin Firth * The King's Speech The King's Speech
2011 Michael Fassbender A Dangerous Method
Jane Eyre
X-Men: First Class
A Dark Desire
Jane Eyre
X-Men: First Choice
2012 Joaquin Phoenix The Master The Master
2013 Bruce Dern Nebraska Nebraska
2014 Tom Hardy Curl No turning back
2015 Michael Fassbender Steve Jobs Steve Jobs
2016 Adam Driver Paterson Paterson
2017 Timothée Chalamet Call Me by Your Name Call Me by Your Name
2018 Ethan Hawke First Reformed not known
2019 Antonio Banderas Dolor y gloria Sorrow and glory

* = Actors for their role later the Oscar as Best Actor of the Year won

Runner-up performer

  1. ↑ In 2004 Paul Giamatti took 2nd place for Sideways
  2. ↑ In 2005 Heath Ledger took 2nd place for Brokeback Mountain
  3. 2007 took Frank Langella for Starting Out in the Evening a 2nd place
  4. ↑ In 2008 Mickey Rourke took 2nd place for The Wrestler
  5. ↑ In 2009 Colin Firth took 2nd place for A Single Man
  6. 2010 took Édgar Ramírez for Carlos - The Jackal a 2nd place
  7. ↑ In 2011 Michael Shannon took 2nd place for Take Shelter
  8. ↑ In 2012 Denis Lavant took 2nd place for Holy Motors
  9. ↑ In 2013 Chiwetel Ejiofor took 2nd place for 12 Years a Slave
  10. ↑ In 2014 Michael Keaton took 2nd place for Birdman
  11. ↑ In 2015, Géza Röhrig took 2nd place for Saul fia
  12. ↑ In 2016, the future Oscar winner Casey Affleck took 2nd place for Manchester by the Sea
  13. ↑ In 2017, James Franco took 2nd place for The Disaster Artist
  14. ↑ In 2018, Ben Foster took 2nd place for Leave No Trace
  15. ↑ In 2019 Adam Driver took 2nd place for Marriage Story