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2000 SAG Awards

Frasier Awards
(wins indicated by )




American Comedy Awards

(Nominees are chosen by more than four thousand directors, writers, producers, agents, and execs. Winners are selected by a thousand comedy performers).

    15th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented April 22, 2001 for performances in 2000)
    14th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February 6, 2000 for performances in 1999)
    13th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February 7, 1999 for performances in 1998)
    12th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February 22, 1998 for performances in 1997)
    11th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February 9, 1997 for performances in 1996)
    10th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February , 1996 for performances in 1995)
    9th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February , 1995 for performances in 1994)

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Banff Television Festival

    2000 Best Comedy Series
    1996 Best Comedy Series
    1995 Best Comedy Series
    1994 Best Comedy Series

Casting Society of America

    15st Annual Artios Awards (presented 1999 for excellence in casting in 14 categories of film, television and theater)

Directors Guild of America

    53rd Annual Directors Guild of America Awards (presented March 10, 2001 for directing in 2000)
    52nd Annual Directors Guild of America Awards (presented March 11, 2000 for directing in 1999)
    51st Annual Directors Guild of America Awards (presented March 6, 1999 for directing in 1998)
    50th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards (presented March 7, 1998 for directing in 1997)
    48th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards (presented March 2, 1998 for directing in 1995)
    47th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards (presented March 11, 1998 for directing in 1994)
    46th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards (presented February 20, 1999 for directing in 1993)

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Eddie Awards

    52nd Annual Eddie Awards of the American Cinema Editors (ACE) (presented February 24, 2002 for editing in 2001)
      51th Annual Eddie Awards of the American Cinema Editors (ACE) (presented February 25, 2001 for editing in 2000)
        BEST EDITED HALF-HOUR SERIES FOR TELEVISION IN 2000 - "Dark Side of the Moon" Ron Volk, A.C.E. Grub Street Productions/Paramount TV/NBC
      50th Annual Eddie Awards of the American Cinema Editors (ACE) (presented February 27, 2000 for editing in 1999)
        BEST EDITED HALF-HOUR SERIES FOR TELEVISION IN 1999 - "Three Valentines" Ron Volk, A.C.E. Grub Street Productions/Paramount TV/NBC

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    Emmys - (30 wins/93 nominations total)

      54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 22, 2001 for performances in 2001-2002)
        Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series - Jeff Greenberg, C.S.A., Casting Executive
        Outstanding Cinematography for a Multicamera Series - "Deathtrap" Ken Lamkin, A.S.C., Cinematographer
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "The Proposal" Ron Volk, A.C.E., Editor
        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - Adam Arkin
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - Brian Cox
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - Anthony LaPaglia as Simon Moon
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or a Special - "Bla-Z-Boy" Dana Mark McClure, Production Mixer; Thomas J. Huth, C.A.S., Re-Recording Mixer; Andre Caporaso, Re-Recording Mixer; Robert Douglass, Re-Recording Mixer
      53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented November 4, 2001 for performances in 2000-2001)
        Outstanding Art Direction for a Multicamera Series - "Cranes Go Caribbean" Roy Christopher, Art Director; Ron Olsen, Set Decorator
        Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series - Jeff Greenberg, C.S.A., Casting Executive
        Outstanding Cinematography for a Multicamera Series - "And the Dish Ran Away With the Spoon" Ken Lamkin, A.S.C., Cinematographer
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "Daphne Returns" Ron Volk, A.C.E., Editor
        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - Derek Jacobi as Jackson Hedley
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - Victor Garber as Ferguson
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - Jean Smart as Lana Gardner
        Outstanding Comedy Series - David Angell, Executive Producer; Peter Casey, Executive Producer; David Lee, Executive Producer; Dan O¹Shannon, Executive Producer; Kelsey Grammer, Executive Producer; Mark Reisman, Executive Producer; Jon Sherman, Co-Executive Producer; Rob Hanning, Co-Executive Producer; Sam Johnson, Co-Executive Producer; Chris Marcil, Co-Executive Producer; Lori Kirkland, Co-Executive Producer; Gayle Abrams, Producer; Eric Zicklin, Producer; Bob Daily, Producer; David Lloyd, Producer; Maggie Blanc, Produced by
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or a Special - "Hooping Cranes" Dana Mark McClure, Production Mixer; Thomas J. Huth, C.A.S., Re-Recording Mixer; Andre Caporaso, Re-Recording Mixer; Robert Douglass, Re-Recording Mixer

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      52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 10, 2000 for performances in 1999-2000)
        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - Jean Smart as Lorna Lenley

        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - Anthony LaPaglia as Simon Moon
        Outstanding Comedy Series - David Angell Executive Producer, David Lee Executive Producer, Kelsey Grammer Executive Producer, Jay Kogen Co-Executive Producer, Sam Johnson Co-Executive Producer, Charlie Hauck Supervising Producer, Peter Casey Executive Producer, Christopher Lloyd Executive Producer, Joe Keenan Executive Producer, Dan O'Shannon Co-Executive Producer, Chris Marcil Co-Executive Producer, Mark Reisman Supervising Producer, Maggie Blanc Produced by, Rob Hanning Supervising Producer, David Lloyd Producer, Jon Sherman Supervising Producer, Lori Kirkland Producer
        Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special - "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue" Dana Mark McClure, Production Mixer; Andre Caporaso, Robert C. Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Re-recording Mixers
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue" RRon Volk, Scott Maisano, Editors

        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "Dark Side Of The Moon" Ron Volk, A.C.E., Editor
        Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series - "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue" Christopher Lloyd & Joe Keenan, Writers

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      51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 12, 1999 for performances in 1998-99)
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "Shutout in Seattle" Ron Volk, Editor
        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane

        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - John Mahoney as Martin Crane
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - Christine Baranski as Dr. Nora Fairchild
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - Piper Laurie as Mrs. Mulhern
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - Woody Harrelson as Woody Boyd
        Outstanding Comedy Series - David Angell Executive Producer, Peter Casey Executive Producer, David Lee Executive Producer, Christopher Lloyd Executive Producer, Kelsey Grammer Executive Producer, Joe Keenan Co-Executive Producer, Jay Kogen Supervising Producer, Jeffrey Richman Supervising Producer, Rob Greenberg Supervising Producer, Janis Hirsch Supervising Producer, Maggie Blanc Producer, David Lloyd Producer
        Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special - "Three Valentines" Dana Mark McClure, C.A.S., Production Mixer; Thomas J. Huth C.A.S., Andr* Caporaso, Robert Douglass C.A.S., Re-Recording Mixers
        Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series - "Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz" Jay Kogen, Writer

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      50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 13, 1998 for performances in 1997-98)
        Outstanding Casting for a Series - Jeff Greenberg, C.S.A., Casting Executive
        Outstanding Costume Design for a Series - "Halloween" Audrey M. Bansmer, Costume Designer
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "Roz And The Schnoz" Janet Ashikaga, A.C.E., Editor
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "Room Service" Ron Volk, Editor

        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane

        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane

        Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - Jane Leeves as Daphne Moon
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - Patti LuPone as Zora
        Outstanding Comedy Series - David Angell Executive Producer, Peter Casey Executive Producer, David Lee Executive Producer, Christopher Lloyd Executive Producer, Joe Keenan Co-Executive Producer, Jay Kogen Supervising Producer, Jeffrey Richman Supervising Producer, Maggie Randell Producer, Suzanne Martin Producer, Rob Greenberg Producer, David Lloyd Producer, Mary Fukuto Co-Producer, Lori Kirkland Co-Producer

        Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special - "Beware of Greeks" Dana Mark McClure, Production Mixer; John F. Reiner, C.A.S., Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Re-Recording Mixers
        Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series - "The Ski Lodge" Joe Keenan, Writer

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      49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 14, 1997 for performances in 1996-97)
        Outstanding Casting for a Series - Jeff Greenberg, C.S.A., Casting Executive
        Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series - "To Kill A Talking Bird" David Lee, Director

        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "To Kill a Talking Bird" Ron Volk, Editor
        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - "Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven" Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - "Mixed Doubles," "Daphne Hates Sherry" David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - "Roz's Krantz and Gouldenstein are Dead" Jame Earl Jones as Norman
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - "Dad Loves Sherry, the Boys Just Whine" Marsha Mason as Sherry Dempsey
        Outstanding Comedy Series - David Angell Executive Producer, Peter Casey Executive Producer, David Lee Executive Producer, Christopher Lloyd Executive Producer, Chuck Ranberg Supervising Producer, Anne Flett-Giordano Supervising Producer, Joe Keenan Supervising Producer, Michael B. Kaplan Supervising Producer, Maggie Randell Producer, William Lucas Walker Producer, Suzanne Martin Producer, Rob Greenberg Co-Producer, Mary Fukuto Co-Producer

        Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special - "Liar, Liar!" John Reiner, C.A.S. Re-Recording Mixer, Andre Caporaso Re-Recording Mixer, Robert Douglass Re-Recording Mixer, Dana Mark McClure Production Mixer

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      48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 8, 1996 for performances in 1995-96)
        Outstanding Casting for a Series - Jeff Greenberg, C.S.A., Casting Executive
        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "The Show Where Diane Comes Back" Ron Volk, Editor

        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "The Adventures of Bad Boy and Dirty Girl" Timothy Mozer, Editor
        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - "You Can Go Home Again" Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - "The Last Time I Saw Maris," "Moon Dance"David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - "The Friend" Griffin Dunne as Bob
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - "A Word to the Wiseguy" Harris Yulin as Jerome Belasco
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - "The Show Where Diane Comes Back" Shelley Long as Diane Chambers
        Outstanding Comedy Series - Peter Casey Executive Producer, David Angell Executive Producer, David Lee Executive Producer, Christopher Lloyd Executive Producer, Vic Rauseo Executive Producer, Linda Morris Executive Producer, Steven Levitan Co-Executive Producer, Maggie Randell Producer, Chuck Ranberg Producer, Anne Flett-Giordano Producer, Joe Keenan Co-Producer, Jack Burditt Co-Producer, Mary Fukuto Co-Producer

        Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special - "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" Thomas J. Huth, C.A.S. Re-Recording Mixer, David M. Weishaar, C.A.S. Re-Recording Mixer, Robert Douglass Re-Recording Mixer, Dana Mark McClure Production Mixer

        Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series - "Moon Dance" Joe Keenan Writer, Christopher Lloyd Writer, Rob Greenberg Writer, Jack Burditt Writer, Chuck Ranberg Writer, Anne Flett-Giordano Writer, Linda Morris Writer, Vic Rauseo Writer

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      47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 10, 1995 for performances in 1994-95)
        Outstanding Art Direction for a Series - "The Innkeepers" Roy Christopher Art Director, Ron Olsen Set Decorator
        Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series - "The Matchmaker" David Lee, Director

        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "The Matchmaker" Ron Volk, Editor
        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane

        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane

        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - "Fool Me once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice..." Nathan Lane as Phil
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - "Adventures in Paradise (2)" Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lilith Sternin
        Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series - "Adventures in Paradise (2)" Jobeth Williams as Madeline
        Outstanding Comedy Series - Peter Casey Executive Producer, David Angell Executive Producer, David Lee Executive Producer, Christopher Lloyd Executive Producer, Vic Rauseo Co-Executive Producer, Linda Morris Co-Executive Producer, Maggie Randell Producer, David Pollock Producer, Elias Davis Producer, Chuck Ranberg Co-Producer, Anne Flett-Giordano Co-Producer, Joe Keenan Co-Producer

        Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special - "Adventures in Paradise (2)" Thomas J. Huth C.A.S. , David Weishaar C.A.S. , Bob Douglass Laughs/Sound Effects Re-Recording Mixer, Dana Mark McClure Production Sound Mixer
        Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series - "An Affair to Forget" Chuck Ranberg & Anne Flett-Giordano, Writers

        Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series - "The Matchmaker" Joe Keenan, Writer

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      46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 11, 1994 for performances in 1993-94)
        Outstanding Art Direction for a Series - "A Midwinter Night's Dream" ROY CHRISTOPHER Art Director, SHARON VILJOEN Set Decorator, RON OLSEN Set Decorator
        Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series - "The Good Son" James Burrows, Director

        Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series - "The Show Where Lilith Comes Back" Ron Volk, Editor

        Outstanding Main Theme Music - Bruce Miller, Composer; Darryl Phinnessee, Lyricist
        Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series - "The Good Son" Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane

        Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - "A Midwinter Night's Dream," "Author, Author" David Hyde Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane
        Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - "Oops" John Glover as Ned Miller
        Outstanding Comedy Series - "The Good Son" "Frasier Crane's Day Off" PETER CASEY Executive Producer, DAVID ANGELL Executive Producer, DAVID LEE Executive Producer, CHRISTOPHER LLOYD Co-Executive Producer, DENISE MOSS Supervising Producer, SY DUKANE Supervising Producer, MAGGIE RANDELL Producer, LINDA MORRIS Consulting Producer, VIC RAUSEO Consulting Producer
        Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special - "A Midwinter Night's Dream" THOMAS J. HUTH C.A.S. , SAM BLACK C.A.S. , BOB DOUGLAS Re-Recording Mixer, ROBERT CROSBY JR. C.A.S. Production Mixer
        Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series - "The Good Son" David Angell, Peter Casey, & David Lee, Writers

        Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series - "The Show Where Lilith Comes Back" Ken Levine& David Isaacs, Writers

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    Golden Globes

      59th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January 20, 2002 for performances in 2001)
        Best Comedy Series
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
      58th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January 21, 2001 for performances in 2000)
        Best Comedy Series
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television - David Hyde Pierce
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television - John Mahoney
      56th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January 24, 1999 for performances in 1998)
        Best Comedy Series
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
      55th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January 18, 1998 for performances in 1997)
        Best Comedy Series
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television - David Hyde Pierce
      54th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January , 1997 for performances in 1996)
        Best Comedy Series
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television - David Hyde Pierce
      53th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January 19, 1996 for performances in 1995)
        Best Comedy Series
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer

        Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television - David Hyde Pierce
      52th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January , 1995 for performances in 1994)
        Best Comedy Series (tie with Mad About You)
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television - David Hyde Pierce

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    Golden Satellites Awards

      Golden Satellites Awards 2000 (presented January 16, 2000 for performances in 1999 at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles)
        Best Performance by an Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical - David Hyde Pierce
        Best Performance by an Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical - Jane Leeves
        Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical

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    The Humanitas Prize

      27th Annual Humanitas Prize (2001 - for April 2, 2000 to April 1, 2001)
        30 Minute Category ($10,000)
        "Frasier's Edge" FRASIER (NBC)
        Written by: Jon Sherman & Dan O'Shannon
      26th Annual Humanitas Prize (2000 - for April 2, 1999 to April 1, 2000)
        30 Minute Category ($10,000)
        "Something About Dr. Mary" FRASIER (NBC)
        Written by: Jay Kogen
      24th Annual Humanitas Prize (1998 - for April 2, 1997 to April 1, 1998)
        30 Minute Category ($10,000)
        "The Kid" FRASIER (NBC)
        Written by: Jeffrey Richmond & Suzanne Martin
      22nd Humanitas Prize (1996 - for April 2, 1995 to April 1, 1996)
        30 Minute Category ($10,000)
        "Come Lie With Me" FRASIER (NBC)
        Written by: Steven Levitan

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    People's Choice Awards

      28th Annual People's Choice Awards (presented January 13, 2002 for performances in 2001)
        Favorite Television Comedy Series
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
      27th Annual People's Choice Awards (presented January 7, 2001 for performances in 2000)
        Favorite Television Comedy Series
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
      26th Annual People's Choice Awards (presented January 9, 2000 for performances in 1999)
        Favorite Television Comedy Series
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
      25th Annual People's Choice Awards (presented , 1999 for performances in 1998)
        Favorite Television Comedy Series
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
      20th Annual People's Choice Awards (presented , 1994 for performances in 1993)
        Favorite New Comedy Series
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer

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    Producers Guild of America

      13th Annual Golden Laurel Awards (presented , 2002 for producing in 2001)
        Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Television (Comedy)
      12th Annual Golden Laurel Awards (presented March 3, 2001 for producing in 2000)
        Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Television (Comedy)

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    Screen Actors Guild

    (Of the top industry accolades presented to performers, only the Screen Actors Guild Awards® are selected purely by actors' peers. Two randomly selected panels totaling 4200 SAG members from across the United States choose the nominees. The entire membership votes for the winners).

      8th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 10, 2002 for performances in 2001)
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce
        Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Comedy Series
      7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 11, 2001 for performances in 2000)
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce
        Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Comedy Series
      6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 2000 for performances in 1999)
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce
        Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Comedy Series
      5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 7, 1999 for performances in 1998)
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce
        Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Comedy Series
      4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 8, 1998 for performances in 1997)
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce
        Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Comedy Series
      3rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented February 22, 1997 for performances in 1996)
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce
        Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Comedy Series
      2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented February 24, 1996 for performances in 1995)
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce

        Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Comedy Series
      1st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented February 25, 1995 for performances in 1994)
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - Kelsey Grammer
        Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series - David Hyde Pierce
        Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Comedy Series

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    Television Critics Association

      15th Annual Television Critics Association Awards (presented July , 1999 for performances in 1998-99)
        Invididual Achievement in Comedy - Kelsey Grammer
        Achievement in Comedy - Series
      14th Annual Television Critics Association Awards (presented July 20, 1998 for performances in 1997-98)
        Invididual Achievement in Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
        Invididual Achievement in Comedy - Kelsey Grammer
        Achievement in Comedy - Series
      13th Annual Television Critics Association Awards (presented July 21, 1997 for performances in 1996-97)
        Invididual Achievement in Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
        Invididual Achievement in Comedy - Kelsey Grammer
        Achievement in Comedy - Series
      12th Annual Television Critics Association Awards (presented July , 1996 for performances in 1995-96)
        Achievement in Comedy - Series
      11th Annual Television Critics Association Awards (presented July , 1995 for performances in 1994-95)
        Achievement in Comedy - Series
      10th Annual Television Critics Association Awards (presented July , 1994 for performances in 1993-94)
        Achievement in Comedy - Series

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    TV Guide Awards

      3rd Annual TV Guide Awards (presented February 24, 2001 for performances in 2001)
        Favorite Comedy Series of the Year
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy - Kelsey Grammer
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
        Favorite Supporting Actor in a Comedy - John Mahoney
        Favorite Supporting Actress in a Comedy - Jane Leeves
      2nd Annual TV Guide Awards (presented March 5, 2000 for performances in 1999)
        Favorite Comedy
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
        Favorite TV Pet - Eddie
      1st Annual TV Guide Awards (presented February 1, 1999 for performances in 1998)
        Favorite Comedy
        Favorite Actor in a Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
        Favorite TV Pet - Eddie

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    Viewers for Quality Television

      16th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 2000 for performances in the 1999-2000 Season)
        Best Actor, Quality Comedy - Kelsey Grammer
        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - David Hyde Pierce

        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - John Mahoney
        Best Supporting Actress, Quality Comedy - Jane Leeves
        Best Supporting Actress, Quality Comedy - Peri Gilpin
        Best Quality Comedy
      15th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1999 for performances in the 1998-99 Season)
        Best Actor, Quality Comedy - Kelsey Grammer
        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
        Best Supporting Actress, Quality Comedy - Jane Leeves
        Best Quality Comedy
      14th Annual Quality Awards (presented October 3, 1998 for performances in the 1997-98 Season)
        Best Actor, Quality Comedy - Kelsey Grammer
        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - David Hyde Pierce

        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - John Mahoney
        Best Supporting Actress, Quality Comedy - Jane Leeves
        Best Supporting Actress, Quality Comedy - Peri Gilpin
        Best Quality Comedy
      13th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1997 for performances in the 1996-97 Season)
        Best Quality Comedy
        Best Actor, Quality Comedy - Kelsey Grammer

        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
      12th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1996 for performances in the 1995-96 Season)
        Best Quality Comedy
        Best Actor, Quality Comedy - Kelsey Grammer

        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
      11th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1995 for performances in the 1994-95 Season)
        Best Quality Comedy
        Best Actor, Quality Comedy - Kelsey Grammer

        Best Supporting Actress, Quality Comedy - Jane Leeves

        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - David Hyde Pierce
      10th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1994 for performances in the 1993-94 Season)
        Best Supporting Actor, Quality Comedy - David Hyde Pierce

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    Writers Guild of America

      53rd Annual Writers Guild of America Awards (presented March 4, 2001 for writing in 2000)
        Outstanding Writing in Television (Episodic Comedy) - "Out with Dad" Written by Joe Keenan
        Outstanding Writing in Television (Episodic Comedy) - "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue" Written by Christopher Lloyd & Joe Keenan
      52st Annual Writers Guild of America Awards (presented March 5, 2000 for writing in 1999)
        Outstanding Writing in Television (Episodic Comedy) - "Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz" Written by Jay Kogen
      51st Annual Writers Guild of America Awards (presented February 20, 1999 for writing in 1998)
        Outstanding Writing in Television (Episodic Comedy) - "Frasier's Imaginary Friend" Written by Rob Greenberg
      47th Annual Writes Guild of America Awards (presented February , 1996 for writing in 1995)
        Outstanding Writing in Television (Episodic Comedy) - "The Matchmaker" Written by Joe Keenan

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    Other Awards

      2000 British Comedy Awards
        Best International Comedy Series
      1997 British Comedy Awards
        Best International Comedy Series
      1996 British Comedy Awards
        Best International Comedy Series
      1995 GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Awards
        "The Matchmaker"
      1994 George Peabody Awards

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