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Best Actor Award (Cannes Film Festival)

The Best Actor Award (French: Prix d'interprétation masculine) is an award presented at the Cannes Film Festival. It is chosen by the jury from the 'official section' of movies at the festival. It was first awarded in 1946.

Award Winners

Year Film Actor
1946 The Lost Weekend 23x15px Ray Milland
1947 No award this year
1948 Festival not held
1949 House of Strangers 23x15px Edward G. Robinson
1950 Festival not held
1951 The Browning Version 23x15px Michael Redgrave
1952 Viva Zapata! 23x15px Marlon Brando
1953 No award this year
1954 No award this year
1955 Bad Day at Black Rock 23x15px Spencer Tracy
Bolshaya Semya 23x15px Whole cast[1]
1956 No award this year[2]
1957 Valley of Peace 23x15px John Kitzmiller
1958 The Long, Hot Summer 23x15px Paul Newman
1959 Compulsion 23x15px Bradford Dillman
23x15px Dean Stockwell
23x15px Orson Welles
1961 Goodbye Again 23x15px Anthony Perkins
1962 Long Day's Journey into Night 23x15px Dean Stockwell
23x15px Jason Robards
23x15px Ralph Richardson
A Taste of Honey 23x15px Murray Melvin
1963 This Sporting Life 23x15px Richard Harris
1964 Pacsirta 23x15px Antal Páger
Seduced and Abandoned 23x15px Saro Urzì
1965 The Collector 23x15px Terence Stamp
1966 Sult 23x15px Per Oscarsson
1967 Three Days and a Child Template:Country data Israel Oded Kotler
1969 Z 23x15px Jean-Louis Trintignant
1968 Festival not held
1970 The Pizza Triangle 23x15px Marcello Mastroianni
1971 Sacco e Vanzetti 23x15px Riccardo Cucciolla
1972 Nous ne vieillirons pas ensemble 23x15px Jean Yanne
1973 Love and Anarchy 23x15px Giancarlo Giannini
1974 The Last Detail 23x15px Jack Nicholson
1975 Profumo di donna 23x15px Vittorio Gassman
1976 Pascual Duarte 23x15px José Luis Gómez
1977 Elisa, vida mía 23x15px Fernando Rey
1978 Coming Home 23x15px Jon Voight
1979 The China Syndrome 23x15px Jack Lemmon
1980 A Leap in the Dark 23x15px Michel Piccoli
1981 La tragedia di un uomo ridicolo 23x15px Ugo Tognazzi
1982 Missing 23x15px Jack Lemmon
1983 La Mort de Mario Ricci 23x15px Gian Maria Volonté
1984 Los santos inocentes 23x15px Alfredo Landa
23x15px Francisco Rabal
1985 Kiss of the Spider Woman 23x15px William Hurt
1986 Ménage 23x15px Michel Blanc
Mona Lisa 23x15px Bob Hoskins
1987 Dark Eyes 23x15px Marcello Mastroianni
1988 Bird 23x15px Forest Whitaker
1989 Sex, Lies, and Videotape 23x15px James Spader
1990 Cyrano de Bergerac 23x15px Gérard Depardieu
1991 Barton Fink 23x15px John Turturro
1992 The Player 23x15px Tim Robbins
1993 Naked 23x15px David Thewlis
1994 To Live 23x15px Ge You
1995 Carrington 23x15px Jonathan Pryce
1996 Le huitième jour 23x15px Pascal Duquenne
23x15px Daniel Auteuil
1997 She's So Lovely 23x15px Sean Penn
1998 My Name Is Joe 23x15px Peter Mullan
1999 Humanité 23x15px Emmanuel Schotté
2000 In the Mood for Love Template:Country data Hong Kong Tony Leung Chiu Wai
2001 The Piano Teacher (La pianiste) 23x15px Benoît Magimel
2002 The Son (Le fils) 23x15px Olivier Gourmet
2003 Uzak 23x15px Muzaffer Ozdemir
23x15px Mehmet Emin Toprak
2004 Nobody Knows Template:Country data Japan Yûya Yagira
2005 The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada 23x15px Tommy Lee Jones
2006 Days of Glory (Indigènes) 23x15px Jamel Debbouze
23x15px Samy Naceri
23x15px Roschdy Zem
23x15px Sami Bouajila
23x15px Bernard Blancan
2007 The Banishment (Izgnanie) 23x15px Konstantin Lavronenko
2008 Che 23x15px Benicio del Toro
2009 Inglourious Basterds 23x15px Christoph Waltz
2010 Biutiful 23x15px Javier Bardem
La nostra vita 23x15px Elio Germano
2011 The Artist 23x15px Jean Dujardin
2012 The Hunt 23x15px Mads Mikkelsen
2013 Nebraska 23x15px Bruce Dern
2014 Mr. Turner 23x15px Timothy Spall
2015 The Measure of a Man (La Loi du marché) 23x15px Vincent Lindon

Multiple award winners

Notes

  1. ^ This year the award was changed to Prix d'Interprétation (Acting Award), without gender differentiation. The entire male and female cast of Bolshaya Semya was recipient of this award (Tied with Spencer Tracy).
  2. ^ This year the award was changed to Prix d'Interprétation (Acting Award), without gender differentiation, and it was a woman who won the award (Susan Hayward for I'll Cry Tomorrow).

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