• Timothy Olyphant is an actor and producer born in 1968 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
• He is of mixed ancestry (English, Scottish, Irish, German, Dutch and Russian-Jewish).
• He rose to fame in 2004 with the HBO show "Deadwood" and the film "The Girl Next Door".
• He is best known for his role as Deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens in the TV series "Justified".
• He has an estimated net worth of $20 million and is an avid sports fan, especially of the Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Short Info

Net Worth$16 Million
Date Of BirthMay 20, 1968
SpouseAlexis Knief, Timothy Olyphant
MarkGrits his teeth when he speaks
FactTimothy was classmates with actor Jeremy Renner during their high school years, in Modesto, Ca. Both attended Beyer High School, during the 1980s, although they were not in the same graduating class.

Who is Timothy Olyphant?

Timothy David Olyphant was born on the 20th May 1968 in Honolulu, Hawaii USA, and is an actor and producer, probably best known to the world for being a part of the TV series “Justified”, in which he played the major role of Deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens, for which he earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination in 2011.


Although born in Honolulu, Timothy and his family relocated to Modesto in California when he was just two years old. He is the middle child of Katherine and J.V. Bevan Olyphant, who worked as a manager, and later became the vice president of wine production at Gallo Winery, one of the largest exporters of Californian wine. He has an older brother named Andrew, and a younger one named Matthew, who has also became an artist, best known as the leader of the dissolved punk group Fetish. Timothy’s parents divorced shortly after he started high school, and both later remarried.

Of mixed ancestry, Timothy has English, Scottish, Irish, German, Dutch and Russian-Jewish roots. Timothy is a descendant of the Vanderbilt family, an American family of Dutch origin, which was once the wealthiest family in the US, in the time of Olyphant’s paternal fourth great-grandfather Cornelius Vanderbilt, who was the richest American until 1877, who got his fortune through shipping and railroad business. The surname Olyphant is of Scottish origin, from his other paternal fourth great-grandfather Dr. David Olyphant, who was born in Scotland, and served as General during American Revolutionary War.

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Early Life and Education

During his early childhood, Timothy loved to paint and draw, but he was embarrassed by the idea of acting, never showcasing his talents, and instead focusing on sports activities, at which he was quite good, especially in swimming. He was a finalist at the 1986 Nationals in the 200 meters Individual Medley.

While living in Modesto, Olyphant went to Fred C. Bayer High School, and was then recruited by the athletic team “USC Trojans” at the University of Southern California. He wanted to study architecture, but it was difficult to achieve having regard to his training schedule, so instead of doing a lot of accounts, physics and geometry, Timothy decided to go for a degree in fine arts. Olyphant graduated in 1990, then while he was in the process of applying for a master’s degree, he decided to relocate and settle in New York City. In his last year at the university, he finally decided to become an actor, and took some acting classes at UC Irvine, as well as completing a two- year program in acting at William Esper Studio in New York.

Career Beginnings

Olyphant’s first appearance on screen was of less than two minutes in the 1996 comedy film “The First Wives Club”, shortly after which he portrayed Scooby in the pilot of the CBS spy series “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”. Furthermore, in 1997, Timothy appeared as Brett Farraday, the officer, in three episodes of the ABC drama “High Incident”, and also had a minor role in the CBS television film “Ellen Foster”. Timothy’s most dominant role of 1997 was in the  horror film “Scream 2” as a film student, then in 1998 Olyphant appeared in an episode of the famous sitcom “Sex and the City”, as a potential lover of Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker’s character.

He also secured minor roles in the ensemble drama “1999”. and the HBO war film “When Trumpets Fade”. In 1999 Olyphant starred alongside Christina Ricci in the comedy “No Vacancy”, and later that same year featured as a drug dealer in the comedy “Go”. He almost secured a role in the fantasy film “Practical Magic”, but the film director Griffin Dunne decided to replace him with Aidan Quinn.

Career Uprising

At the beginning of the 2000s, the film producer Mickey Liddell, delighted with Olyphant ’s acting in “Go”, offered him a role in his next film “The Broken Hearts Club”, the romantic comedy about a group of homosexual friends from West Hollywood, in which he showcased his skills portraying Dennis. Furthermore, he portrayed the detective Drycoff in the American action film “Gone in 60 Seconds”, starring alongside Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie.

In 2001, Olyphant declined to play Dominic Torreto in the action film “Redline” – for the records later retitled to “The Fast and the Furious”, and the role of Dominic Torreto went to Vin Diesel, which would become one of the most famous roles in his career.

Rise to Fame and “Deadwood”

In 2004 Olyphant secured the role of Kelly, porn film producer, in the romantic comedy “The Girl Next Door” directed by Luke Greenfield, and the same year rose to fame in the HBO western “Deadwood”, in which he featured as Sheriff Seth Bullock, which subsequently aired on HBO from 2004 to 2006, spanning three seasons and 36 episodes. It was a great opportunity for Olyphant to show his full potential, which he did, proving that he can easily play a brooding, serious and righteous man of a law. One of the creators of the series, David Milch had special words of praise for him, as well.

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Further Career and Leading Film Roles

After Deadwood’s great success with the public, in 2007 Timothy continued his featuring in the action film “Hitman” as the assassin Agent 47. He was hired by film director Xavier Gens to replace Vin Diesel around six weeks before filming began, having agreed to shave his head. In the same year, he starred alongside Bruce Willis in “Live Free or Die Hard”, portraying Thomas Gabriel, a former Defense Department analyst who leads a cyber-attack on the entire US infrastructure.

In 2008, Timothy had the supporting role of Boot Miller, a Lieutenant Colonel in the war film “Stop-Loss”, and portrayed Chip Johnson in the comedy film “Meet Bill”. In 2009 he featured as a drug addict in the comedy “High Life”, and in the same year played in 15 episodes of the thriller “Damages”, working alongside Rose Byrne, Glenn Close and many others.

The following year, Timothy secured a major role as town sheriff David Dutton in the horror film “The Crazies”.

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Timothy starred in the TV crime drama series “Justified” that premiered on 16th of March 2010 on the FX channel, in the role of Raylan Givens, the US Deputy Marshal. The series took place in Lexington, Kentucky, Appalachian Mountains area around Harlan, ultimately airing for 78 episodes over six seasons. The role of US Deputy Givens has been described by many television critics as the “defining role” of Timothy’s career. Timothy also worked as a co-executive producer on “Justified”, with the writing team including Graham Yost, the famous Canadian TV and film writer.

Concurrently during “Justified’s” six-season run, Olyphant portrayed a paper salesman in the NBC comedy “The Office”, and also appeared in FX sitcom “The League” in 2012, and secured roles in such films as the comedy “Dealin’ with Idiots” and “This is Where I Leave You”. Also, we need to mention his voice acting career, in the FX animated series “Archer”. Moreover, in 2011 he voiced in the animated film “Rango”, voicing the Spirit of the West a parody of Clint Eastwood’s role in the “Dollars Trilogy” of so-called Spaghetti Western films.

A Career In Recent Years

His performance in the Fox comedy “The Grinder” in 2015 received very positive critiques, including “Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series”. Moreover, in 2016 Timothy starred in Kenneth Lonergan’s comedy “Hold On to Me Darling”, in which he portrayed Strings McCrane, a country singer and actor who returned to Tennessee after his mother passed away. During the same year, he appeared in the romantic comedy “Mother’s Day”, featuring as Henry, the ex-husband of Jennifer Aniston’s character Sandy, and in the biographical thriller “Snowden” directed by Oliver Stone, as CIA Agent Geneva.

Most recently, Olyphant joined the cast of the horror comedy “Santa Clarita Diet”, produced by Netflix, and his latest role is in the American drama film “Behold My Heart”, featuring as Steven Lang, starring alongside Marisa Tomei, Charlie Plummer and others.

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Awards and Nominations

Since making his professional debut, Timothy has received a number of nominations and awards, such as Theatre World Award for “The Monogamist”, Young Hollywood award as the Best Bad Boy for the crime comedy “Go”, as well as Critics’ Choice Television Awards as the Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for “The Grinder”, and of course won a Satellite Award as the Best Actor in Series for “Justified”, plus a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for “Justified”.

Do You Know How Rich Timothy Olyphant Is?

Timothy can boast many TV series and films of which he has been a part, such as “Justified”, “Deadwood”, “The Girl Next Door” and others, which considerably helped him increase his net worth. So, have you ever wondered how rich Timothy Olyphant is? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Timothy’s net worth is now as high as $20 million.

Personal Life and Internet popularity

Timothy married his college girlfriend Alexis Knief when he was 23 years old, in 1991. They have three children, the oldest Grace Katherine, Henry, and the youngest Vivian. They live in Westwood, Los Angeles.

He is a rather good tennis player, and has participated in many tournaments for celebrities. He is also a big fan of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, and Los Angeles Dodgers, the baseball team which let him throw the ceremonial first pitch at a Dodgers match in 2013.

Not a big fan of the internet and social media in the whole, Timothy has still acquired a decent following on social networks, as his Facebook account has almost 250,000 followers. He has a couple of thousands of followers on Instagram and Twitter as well, not bad for someone who doesn’t like to share too much personal information with the public, don’t you agree? So, if you aren’t a fan of this successful actor, then this is a fantastic opportunity for you. Just skip over to his official pages.

General Info

Full NameTimothy Olyphant
Net Worth$16 Million
Date Of BirthMay 20, 1968
Height1.83 m
ProfessionTelevision producer, Voice Actor
EducationUniversity of Southern California, Fred C. Beyer High School, University of Southern California


SpouseAlexis Knief, Timothy Olyphant
ChildrenVivian Olyphant, Grace Olyphant, Henry Olyphant, Grace Olyphant, Vivian Olyphant, Henry Olyphant
ParentsKatherine Olyphant, John Vernon Bevan Olyphant
SiblingsMatt Olyphant, Andy Olyphant


AwardsSatellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series, Young Hollywood Award for Best Bad Boy
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama, Genie Award for Best Performanc...
MoviesHitman, The Crazies, I Am Number Four, Live Free or Die Hard, A Perfect Getaway, Catch and Release, The Girl Next Door, Mother's Day, Rango, Snowden, A Man Apart, Scream 2, Dreamcatcher, Gone in 60 Seconds, This Is Where I Leave You, Stop-Loss, Rock Star, The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy, E...
TV ShowsJustified, Damages, Deadwood, High Incident, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Santa Clarita Diet, Fire in the Hole

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#Marks / Signs
1Grits his teeth when he speaks
2Unusual posture


1[on his unique walk] I think people talking about the way I walk sounds great. Me talking about the way I walk sounds moronic.
2[on Justified (2010), which ran for six seasons] I have a very healthy understanding of how good a gig this is. You're never quite sure, when you first get something if you really have a sense of what an opportunity it is. I think I've learned, over the years, that this is about as good as it gets, as far as working in show business.
3[on room service] I'll admit a little something: If I go to one of those hotels where there's like a $50 omelet, I'm taking the silverware home with me. I'm not saying it's right. I just feel like it's an unspoken agreement where the mug and the silverware are just part of the deal.
4[on late writer Elmore Leonard, who created the Raylan Givens character in Justified (2010)] The guy was genuinely cool. It was never a pose with him. You can go into any party or public gathering, and you'll see lots of people trying to act cool, and then there's always one person off in the corner, not doing much, who's the real deal. That was Elmore.
5[on playing a fictionalized version of himself on The Grinder (2015) and being portrayed as a philanderer] I said (to the people behind the show), "This is a little bit of an issue because I'm playing Timothy Olyphant and Timothy Olyphant has been married for 25 years... and you've got him showing up and he's going to have this affair with this girl, and that's not really 'me,'" and they said, "Well, that's not the way we see the character." I actually said to my wife at one point, "Are we OK with this?" and she said, "Tim, nobody takes this shit seriously."
6[on the the strong dialogue on Justified (2010), inspired by the writing of Elmore Leonard] It's a joy, you know, it's a pleasure to be able to speak these lines and have such good dialogue. It's hard to get your hands on that and I feel like I get to do it week in and week out. And it's not lost on me and what an opportunity it is and I'm enjoying every second of it. But, my contribution to that... you know, very little. I'm not sure it's my greatest strength. The word "dude" comes out of my mouth a lot and so my contributions need to be translated and rearticulated in Elmore speak.
7[on fandom and being recognized] I know the difference between someone coming up to you on the street and saying, "Hey, you're that dude, right. Yes, that's what I thought," and somebody coming up and saying, "Big fan of the show. Big fan of that character." And that's nice. You're out there telling stories, you're hoping to find an audience, and it's very appreciated.
8I trust that I know a good part when I see one and usually, when I see one, I have to wait for seven people to pass, in order for me to get it.
9[on Deadwood (2004)] I think that after 9/11 there was a feeling in this country that people felt that their enemies were everywhere and around the corner, and were looking at their neighbors differently. That feeling seemed to be very much alive in our show. That capacity for violence was everywhere. So, as much as it was about the 1800s, it felt very much like we were doing something contemporary.
10[Joking about why he was passed over as Best Actor in a Dramatic Series for his show Justified (2010)] As I understand it, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is fifty people from around the world that make that vote, and I slept with three of them. I don't know if that helps me or hurts me, but it just shows you it could turn pretty quick.
11[on committing to a TV series] I can't speak for everybody, but for me, if you told actors that you wanted to do a TV series and it was going to run three years and that's it, you're done, I think the line would get a lot longer, without question. It's really easy to fall into this habit of, "Ahh, I don't know what I'm going to do next." You think every job is your last job, but there's another side to that, which is that it never gets any better than when you first get a new job. It's the most fun. When somebody says, "You got the job," that's the most fun, and from that point forward, it's so exciting, but part of the fun is when the job is over and you move on. The danger with success in television is "Haven't we shot this episode before? Didn't we shoot this scene two years ago?" I think it's really hard to just take the risk from season to season and not be afraid to give the audience something completely different, and trust that they'll come with you.
12Well, bottom line with A Perfect Getaway (2009) was, I thought "I'm going to have a lot of fun at work". That part was gonna get me an opportunity to play and have fun. There's something great when you read something and you have some sense of, "I know what to do here. Give me a little room. This is going to be a lot of fun". And then when we got Steve [Steve Zahn], "Well, now it's going to be a ton of fun, because there's somebody who's going to be so fun to bounce off of". The quality of the actors I got to work with on that made it seem like I was getting away with something.
13[on Deadwood (2004)] The fact is, this job is always fun, always a good time, but it's not that often that you can be as proud of it as I am of this experience. We just had a great time making it too.
14Istanbul was unbelievable! What a city! I could go back there again and again. That was a fascinating place. It was a very foreign experience. But yeah, that is one of the perks of the job. You get to go places that you'd never imagine and see a part of the world you hadn't considered before. It was great. (On filming portions of Hitman (2007) in Istanbul).


1Before he got work as an actor, he started his career performing stand-up comedy in New York City and Boston, where Dave Attell, Louis C.K., Sarah Silverman, Jay Mohr and Dave Chappelle were other new comedians on the scene.
2Is very good friends with Conan O'Brien and is a frequent guest on his talk show.
3He is a third cousin, once removed, of journalist Anderson Cooper, a second cousin, twice removed, of Anderson's mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, and a fourth cousin of filmmaker James Vanderbilt. Timothy's three times paternal great-grandparents, William Henry Vanderbilt and Maria Louisa Kissam, were also the two times maternal great-grandparents of Anderson Cooper and the three times paternal great-grandparents of James Vanderbilt.
4His maternal great-grandfather, Abraham Gideon, was a Jewish immigrant from Tula, Russia. Timothy's other ancestry is mostly English, along with German, Scottish, Dutch, and Irish. Through his father, Timothy is a four times great-grandson of industrialist Cornelius Vanderbilt, and a three times great-grandson of his son, William Henry Vanderbilt, who vastly expanded the Vanderbilt family fortune. Timothy's paternal grandmother, Adele Sloane Hammond, was the sister of music producer John Hammond and the sister-in-law of musician Benny Goodman. Another of Timothy's four times great-grandfathers, Dr. David Olyphant, born in Scotland, served as director-general of Southern hospitals during the American Revolutionary War. His third great-grandfather, David Olyphant, and great-great-grandfather, Robert Morrison Olyphant, were both prominent businessmen.
5Timothy was classmates with actor Jeremy Renner during their high school years, in Modesto, Ca. Both attended Beyer High School, during the 1980s, although they were not in the same graduating class.
6He was considered for the role of Tony Stark in Iron Man (2008).
7Last name is pronounced "Ol-uh-fint" and rhymes with "flint" (not "plant").
8Has three children with his wife Alexis: a daughter Grace (born 1999), a son named Henry (born 2001) and a daughter named Vivian (born 2003).
9Read sports for Los Angeles radio station Indie 103.1 on its morning show until the departure of Joe Escalante in 2008.
10While at the University of Southern California, he studied fine art and theater.
11Lives in Los Angeles, California, USA.
12Swam competitively while attending the University of Southern California (US National Finalist in the 200m individual medley)
13His older brother, Andy Olyphant, is an A & R executive for Warner Bros. Records. His younger brother, Matt Olyphant, was the lead singer for Fetish.
141986 graduate of Fred C. Beyer High School, Modesto, California.
15He was raised in Modesto, California and attended the University of Southern California.




Santa Clarita Diet2017TV Series pre-productionJoel
Behold My Heart2017post-productionSteven Lang
Snowden2016CIA Agent Geneva
Mother's Day2016Henry
The Grinder2015-2016TV SeriesTimothy Olyphant / Rake Grinder
Justified2010-2015TV SeriesRaylan Givens
This Is Where I Leave You2014Horry Callen
The Mindy Project2013TV SeriesGraham
Dealin' with Idiots2013Max's Dad
Archer2013TV SeriesLucas Troy
The League2012TV SeriesWesley
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 32011Video GameGrinch (voice)
I Am Number Four2011Henri
Rango2011Spirit of the West (voice)
The Office2010TV SeriesDanny Cordray
Damages2009-2010TV SeriesWes Krulik
Elektra Luxx2010Dellwood Butterworth
The Crazies2010David
A Perfect Getaway2009Nick
High Life2009Dick
Samantha Who?2008TV SeriesWinston Funk
Stop-Loss2008Lt. Col. Boot Miller
Turok2008Video GameCowboy (voice)
Hitman2007/IAgent 47
Gag Reel2007Video shortThomas Gabriel
Meet Bill2007Chip Johnson
Live Free or Die Hard2007Thomas Gabriel
Catch and Release2006/IIFritz
Deadwood2004-2006TV SeriesSeth Bullock
My Name Is Earl2006TV SeriesBilly Reed
The Girl Next Door2004Kelly
A Man Apart2003Hollywood Jack
Night Visions2002TV SeriesEli
Shadow Realm2002TV MovieEli West
Coastlines2002Sonny Mann
Rock Star2001Rob Malcolm, Blood Pollution Guitarist
The Safety of Objects2001Randy
Head Over Heels2001Michael
Gone in Sixty Seconds2000Detective Drycoff
Auggie Rose2000Roy Mason
The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy2000Dennis
Advice from a Caterpillar1999Brat
No Vacancy1999Luke
Go1999Todd Gaines
Sex and the City1998TV SeriesSam
When Trumpets Fade1998TV MovieLt. Lukas
Ellen Foster1997TV MovieRoy Hobbs
Scream 21997Mickey
A Life Less Ordinary1997Hiker
High Incident1997TV SeriesBrett Farraday
The First Wives Club1996Brett Artounian
Mr. & Mrs. Smith1996TV SeriesScooby
77 Sunset Strip1995TV Movie


Santa Clarita Diet2017TV Series executive producer pre-production
JustifiedTV Series co-executive producer - 26 episodes, 2013 - 2014 producer - 26 episodes, 2011 - 2012 executive producer - 13 episodes, 2015
Justified: Sneak Peek2013Short co-executive producer


The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2016TV Series performer - 1 episode


Chelsea Lately2013-2014TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Justified: Sneak Peek2013ShortHimself
The Office: The Farewells2013TV Series documentary
Live with Kelly and Michael2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2011-2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Wild West2013TV Series documentaryNarrator (voice)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2011-2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Sesame Street2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Rachael Ray2010-2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Show with David Letterman2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards2011TV SpecialHimself - Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Made in Hollywood2011TV SeriesHimself
ES.TV HD2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Bonnie Hunt Show2010TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Entertainment Tonight2010TV SeriesHimself
The Hour2010TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Attack of the Show!2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Up Close with Carrie Keagan2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1997-2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Analog Hero in a Digital World: Making of 'Live Free or Die Hard'2007Video documentaryHimself
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Amazon Fishbowl with Bill Maher2006TV SeriesHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2006TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Dinner for Five2005TV SeriesHimself
Making 'Deadwood': Season Two2005TV Short documentaryHimself (as Tim Olyphant)
Making 'Deadwood': The Show Behind the Show2004TV Short documentaryHimself
HBO First Look2003TV Series documentaryHimself / Pete
Film-Fest DVD: Issue 2 - Cannes1999Video documentaryHimself
Conan2012-2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Night with Seth Meyers2014-2016TV SeriesHimself - Complaining About Cancelled Appearance / Himself - Guest
Today2014-2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Mixing It Up with Timothy Olyphant2015TV ShortHimself
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show2013-2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest

Archive Footage

Chelsea Lately2014TV SeriesHimself


Won Awards

2016Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Guest Actor/Actress in a Comedy SeriesThe Grinder (2015)
2011Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actor in a Series, DramaJustified (2010)
2000Young Hollywood AwardYoung Hollywood AwardsBest Bad BoyGo (1999)

Nominated Awards

2015Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Actor in a Drama SeriesJustified (2010)
2015Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsDrama Lead ActorJustified (2010)
2013Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Actor in a Drama SeriesJustified (2010)
2013IGN AwardIGN Summer Movie AwardsBest TV HeroJustified (2010)
2013OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actor in a Drama SeriesJustified (2010)
2013TV Guide AwardTV Guide AwardsFavorite ActorJustified (2010)
2012Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Actor in a Drama SeriesJustified (2010)
2012OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actor in a Drama SeriesJustified (2010)
2012Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actor in a Series, DramaJustified (2010)
2011Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Lead Actor in a Drama SeriesJustified (2010)
2011Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Actor in a Drama SeriesJustified (2010)
2011GenieGenie AwardsBest Performance by an Actor in a Leading RoleHigh Life (2009)
2011Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsDrama Lead ActorJustified (2010)
2011IGN AwardIGN Summer Movie AwardsBest TV HeroJustified (2010)
2011OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actor in a Drama SeriesJustified (2010)
2011TCA AwardTelevision Critics Association AwardsIndividual Achievement in DramaJustified (2010)
2010IGN AwardIGN Summer Movie AwardsBest TV HeroJustified (2010)
2010Scream AwardScream AwardsBest Horror ActorThe Crazies (2010)
2010TFCA AwardToronto Film Critics Association AwardsBest Supporting ActorA Perfect Getaway (2009)
2007ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesDeadwood (2004)
1999OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Guest Actor in a Cable SeriesSex and the City (1998)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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