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Sam Neill Net Worth

Nigel Neill net worth is

$18 Million



Nigel Neill Wiki Biography

Nigel John Dermot Neill was born on the 14th September 1947, in Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, UK, and is now a New Zealand actor, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Michael Chamberlain in “Evil Angels (A Cry In The Dark)” (1988), playing Dr. Alan Grant in “Jurassic Park” (1993), and as Jeremiah Blackthorn in the TV series “Crusoe” (2008-2010). His career has been active since 1975.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Sam Neill is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Sam’s net worth is over $18 million, accumulated through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry as a professional actor.

Sam Neill Net Worth $18 Million

Sam Neill was raised with his brother by his father, Dermot Neill, who was a British Army officer, and his mother, Priscilla Beatrice. He was born in Northern Ireland, as his father was stationed there, but in 1954 the family returned to New Zealand, where they owned one of the largest retailers called Neill and Co. There, he was educated at Anglican boys’ boarding school Christ’s College in Christchurch, after which he enrolled at the University of Canterbury, before he transferred to Victoria University in Wellington, from which he graduated with a BA degree in English Literature. Right after graduation, he began to perform with the New Zealand Players and other theater groups.

In no time, Sam’s career began, when he worked for six years as a film director and screenwriter at the New Zealand National Film Unit. Afterwards, he wanted to try himself as an actor, so making his debut appearance as a priest in the 1975 film “Ashes”, which was followed by a role in “Landfall” in the same year. Two years later, he won the lead role in the film “Sleeping Dogs”, and in 1979 starred alongside Judy Davis in the romantic comedy “My Brilliant Career”, which added a considerable amount to his net worth.

At the beginning of the next decade, Sam earned his first big international role, portraying Damien Thorn in the 1981 film “Omen III: The Final Conflict”, directed by Graham Baker, after which he landed the role of Mark in Andrzej Zulawski’s film “Possession” (1981). In 1983, Sam was selected to play in the TV series “Reilly: Ace Of Spies”, and later in another TV series called “America” (1987), both successes. In the following year, he starred as Michael Chamberlain in the film “Evil Angels (A Cry In The Dark)”, which earned him the AACTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. In the 1989 film “La Révolution française”, Sam appeared as Marquis de Lafayette; all of these roles increased his net worth by a large margin.

Sam’s first role in the 1990s was in the film “The Hunt For Red October” (1990), in which he starred as Captain Vasily Borodin, then in 1993 he was chosen to portray Dr. Alan Grant in Steven Spielberg’s film “Jurassic Park”, which he reprised in a sequel “Jurassic Park III” in 2001. Moreover, he played the title role in the mini-series “Merlin” (1998), which he also reprised, in the mini-series “Merlin’s Apprentice” (2006).

To speak further about his acting career, Sam also starred in the role of Richard Runche in the TV series “Jessica” (2004), for which he won the Logie Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, played Cardinal Thomas Wolsey in the TV series “The Tudors” (2007), and as Jack Mindy in the 2011 film “The Hunter”, for which he was nominated for an AACTA Award. Most recently, he was cast as Bill Thornton in the film “The Vow” (2012), portrayed Ted McCabe in the TV series “Old School” (2014), and as Lord Carnarvon in the mini-series “Tutankhamun” in 2016. His net worth is certainly still rising.

Thanks to his accomplishments in the film industry, Sam was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1991, and he also has the New Zealand Order of Merit. In 2002, he was made an honorary Doctor of Letters from the University of Canterbury.

Regarding his personal life, Sam Neill has been married to make-up artist Noriko Watanabe since 1989; the couple has a daughter. Previously, he was married to actress Lisa Harrow (1978-1989), with whom he has a son. Although he has homes in Sydney, Australia, and in Wellington, New Zealand, his current residence is in Queenstown, New Zealand, where he owns the winery Two Paddocks.



Net Worth $18 Million
Date Of Birth September 14, 1947
Place Of Birth Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, UK
Height 5′ 11¾” (1.82 m)
Profession Actor, Director, Writer
Education University of Canterbury
Nationality British, New Zealand
Spouse Noriko Watanabe (m. 1989), Lisa Harrow (m. 1978–1989)
Children Elena Neill, Tim Neill
Parents Dermot Neill, Priscilla Neill
Twitter https://twitter.com/twopaddocks
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000554/
# Quote
1 [on changing his name from Nigel to Sam, aged ten] I saved myself a lifetime of pain.
2 [2014, on socializing with Michael Williams and Warren Clarke during the making of Enigma (1982)] My liver is still recovering.
3 (2012, on filming Sleeping Dogs and working with Warren Oates) You see, that was my first feature film of all, with my friend Roger Donaldson, and there I really had no idea what I was doing. In fact, none of us did. Apart from Michael Seresin, who shot it, no one on that production had ever made a feature film before. In fact, there hadn’t been a feature film made in New Zealand for something like 17 years. So we were really… We lit a little candle, which didn’t illuminate much of the darkness in front of us, but we got through it. It’s a very uneven film, and I’m pretty uneven in it. Oh, actually, the other person on the film who had any experience was, of course, the wonderful Warren Oates. He came in for about two weeks, I think, and… He discovered on day one, I think, that in the area of New Zealand where we were working, they grow the best marijuana, and so he was basically smoking joints all day. In some of the scenes where he’s playing Col. Willoughby, a U.S. army advisor in New Zealand, he’s addressing his men with his hands behind his back, and you might even possibly detect the little curving smoke behind his right shoulder, because he wouldn’t even put the joint aside when the camera was rolling. He just put it behind his back! But Warren was a lovely guy, and when he left-I’ll never forget this, actually: He shook my hand, and he said, “Goodbye, Sam! I’ll see you in the movies!” It was such a surprising thing for him to say, but I was very touched by it. I never saw him again, because he died rather young not very long after that. But he lived hard, you know. And he had some great stories of the madness of working with Sam Peckinpah.
4 (2012, on Dead Calm) Well, that was fantastically good fun, actually, although quite a lot of the time we were seasick and cold and wet and stuff like that. It was a very interesting film to do, as there were only three characters, you know, but it works very well, and it built quite a few careers. For [director] Phillip Noyce, it launched him into big action films, and there’s this Australian actress called Nicole Kidman in it who you might’ve heard of…
5 (2012, on My Brilliant Career) A most important role for me, I must say, because that’s the film that took me out of New Zealand, the film that allowed me to live and work in Australia, which I love. Yeah, that was probably more transformative than anything else I’ve done, in a way. Without that film, I never would’ve-prior to that, I’d done Sleeping Dogs, and I thought, “That was a one-off, I’ll never do another film.” And if you look at Sleeping Dogs, you think, “Well, I wouldn’t use that bugger again.” But I did get cast in Brilliant Career, I kind of understood a little bit more about what was necessary, and it was a great opportunity for me. That film changed me into an actor rather than just a part-time thespian.
6 The pathetic thing about actors is they don’t feel valid unless they’re acting.
7 If all I did was acting, I’d go out of my mind.
8 “Perhaps we should look at somewhere else where they recently used the time-old bribe of tax cuts, and see how it worked. In 2000, George W. Bush, under the reasonable sounding ‘compassionate conservatism’, offered huge tax cuts. And he delivered. Take a look at America now. The rich are certainly richer, but the economy is in the tank, a healthy surplus has been converted into a massive deficit, and the U.S. is a place that cannot even afford the basics. Like maintaining levees in low-lying Louisiana. Might I suggest that tax cuts led indirectly to the flooding of New Orleans?”.
9 Referring to The Simpsons (1989): “I’m playing a cat burglar. I’ve made it. This is the high point of my career. I’m really chuffed”. EW, 7/23/93.
10 “Of all the characters I’ve played, I think I have more in common with that guy than with Reilly: Ace of Spies (1983) referring to Carl Fitzgerald in Death in Brunswick (1990). Who Weekly (NZ) 8/23/93.
# Fact
1 Has fluent Irish accent.
2 Suffered with a stammer when he was younger.
3 Owns a winery, Two Paddocks, in the Central Otago region of New Zealand. It was started in 1993.
4 Studied at the University of Canterbury and at the Victoria University in Wellington, from which he graduated with a BA in English Literature.
5 Born to Priscilla Beatrice (Ingham), who was English, and Dermot Neill, a New Zealand army officer. His ancestry includes English, Anglo-Irish (Northern Irish), and Irish.
6 Good friends with musicians Neil Finn, Tim Finn and Jimmy Barnes.
7 Moved to New Zealand at age 7.
8 He is a big fan of The Beach Boys.
9 Was considered for the role of the villainous “Doc Ock” in Spider-Man 2 (2004). His wife ended up as the principal make-up & hair stylist for Kirsten Dunst in the movie.
10 He is one of the three founders of Huntaway Films, along with his good friends John Clarke and Jay Cassells.
11 Montana is a recurring element in his films: in The Hunt for Red October (1990) he wants to live in Montana; in The Horse Whisperer (1998) he goes to Montana to find with his wife; in Jurassic Park (1993) he is digging up fossils in Montana.
12 One of the original candidates for the fourth and fifth actor to portray James Bond – 007 in The Living Daylights (1987) and GoldenEye (1995). Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan ended up as James Bond, respectively.
13 His vineyard is in the Gibbston Valley, Otago. His wine is a Pinot Noir called Two Paddocks.
14 “Best Actor on British Television” for Reilly: Ace of Spies (1983), Australian Film Institute Award “Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role” for A Cry in the Dark (1988) (aka “Cry in the Dark (1988)”).
15 Awarded the O.B.E. for Service to Acting (1993).
16 He has homes in Beverly Hills, Sydney and New Zealand.
17 Met wife Noriko Watanabe on the set of Dead Calm (1989), where she worked as a make-up artist.
18 One son, Tim Neill (b.1983), with Lisa Harrow, a daughter Elena Neill with Noriko Watanabe, and a step-daughter Maiko.

Actor

Title Year Status Character
The Commuter 2018 post-production
Sweet Country 2017 post-production Fred Smith
Thor: Ragnarok 2017 post-production
Escape from Pretoria announced Denis Goldberg
Freedom Flight announced Istvan Kolta
Mystery Ride announced Duncan Connelly
The Guinea Pig Club pre-production Charles Overton
House of Bond 2017 TV Mini-Series Tiny Rowland
Tutankhamun 2016 TV Mini-Series Lord Carnarvon
Tommy’s Honour 2016 Alexander Boothby
Hunt for the Wilderpeople 2016 Hec
And Then There Were None 2015 TV Mini-Series General John MacArthur
MindGamers 2015 Kreutz
The Daughter 2015 Walter
Backtrack 2015/I Duncan Stewart
The Dovekeepers 2015 TV Mini-Series Josephus
House of Hancock 2015 TV Mini-Series Lang Hancock
Peaky Blinders 2013-2014 TV Series Major Chester Campbell Inspector Chester Campbell
Old School 2014 TV Series Ted McCabe
United Passions 2014 Joao Havelange
Short Poppies 2014 TV Series Mr. Neal
A Long Way Down 2014 Chris
The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box 2013 Otto Luger
Escape Plan 2013 Dr. Kyrie
Harry 2013 TV Series DSS Jim Stockton
The Ordained 2013 TV Movie Governer Michael Thomas Riley
Alcatraz 2012 TV Series Emerson Hauser
The Vow 2012 Bill Thornton
The Hunter 2011/IV Jack
The Dragon Pearl 2011 Chris Chase
Ice 2011 TV Mini-Series Anthony Kavanagh
Rake 2010 TV Series Dr. Bruce Chandler
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole 2010 Allomere (voice)
Happy Town 2010 TV Series Merritt Grieves
Crusoe 2008-2010 TV Series Jeremiah Blackthorn
Daybreakers 2009 Charles Bromley
Iron Road 2009 TV Mini-Series Alfred Nichol
Under the Mountain 2009 Mr. Jones
In Her Skin 2009 David Reid
Skin 2008/I Abraham Laing
Dean Spanley 2008 Dean Spanley
The Tudors 2007 TV Series Cardinal Thomas Wolsey
Angel 2007 Théo
Two Twisted 2006 TV Series Mick
Irresistible 2006 Craig
Merlin’s Apprentice 2006 TV Mini-Series Merlin
The Triangle 2005 TV Mini-Series Eric Benerall
Sci Fi Inside: ‘The Triangle’ 2005 TV Movie Eric Benerall
Little Fish 2005 The Jockey
To the Ends of the Earth 2005 TV Mini-Series Mr. Prettiman
Mary Bryant 2005 TV Mini-Series Governor Arthur Phillip
Wimbledon 2004 Dennis Bradbury
Yes 2004/I Anthony
Jessica 2004/I TV Movie Richard Runche
Stiff 2004 TV Movie Lionel Merricks
Perfect Strangers 2003 The Man
Doctor Zhivago 2002 TV Mini-Series Victor Komarovsky
Leunig Animated 2002 Video Narrator (voice)
Leunig: How Democracy Actually Works 2002 Short Narrator (voice)
Dirty Deeds 2002 Detective Sergeant Ray Murphy
Framed 2002 TV Movie Eddie Meyers
The Zookeeper 2001 Ludovic
Jurassic Park III 2001 Dr. Alan Grant
Submerged 2001 TV Movie Lt. Cmdr. Charles B. ‘Swede’ Momsen
The Magic Pudding 2000 Sam Sawnoff (voice)
The Dish 2000 Cliff Buxton
My Mother Frank 2000 Professor Mortlock
Sally Hemings: An American Scandal 2000 TV Movie Thomas Jefferson
Bicentennial Man 1999 ‘Sir’ Richard Martin
Molokai 1999 Walter Murray Gibson
The Games 1998 TV Series Citytrans World CEO
The Revengers’ Comedies 1998 Henry Bell
The Horse Whisperer 1998 Robert MacLean
Merlin 1998 TV Mini-Series Merlin
Event Horizon 1997 Dr. William Weir
Snow White: A Tale of Terror 1997 Frederick Hoffman
Victory 1996 Mr. Jones
In Cold Blood 1996 TV Mini-Series Agent Alvin Dewey
Children of the Revolution 1996 Nine
Restoration 1995 King Charles II
The Jungle Book 1994 Brydon
In the Mouth of Madness 1994 John Trent
Country Life 1994 Dr. Max Askey
The Simpsons 1994 TV Series Molloy
Sirens 1993 Norman Lindsay
Jurassic Park 1993 Grant
The Rainbow Warrior 1993 TV Movie Alan Galbraith
The Piano 1993 Stewart
Family Pictures 1993 TV Movie David Eberlin
Hostage 1992 John Rennie
Memoirs of an Invisible Man 1992 David Jenkins
One Against the Wind 1991 TV Movie Major James Leggatt, The Guards
Until the End of the World 1991 Eugene Fitzpatrick
Fever 1991 TV Movie Elliott
Death in Brunswick 1990 Carl ‘Cookie’ Fitzgerald
The Hunt for Red October 1990 Captain Borodin
Shadow of China 1989 TV reporter (as John Dermot)
La révolution française 1989 Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert Motier, marquis De La Fayette
Dead Calm 1989 John Ingram
A Cry in the Dark 1988 Michael
Leap of Faith 1988 TV Movie Oscar Ogg
Amerika 1987 TV Mini-Series Colonel Andrei Denisov
Peter Kenna’s The Good Wife 1987 Neville Gifford
Strong Medicine 1986 TV Movie Vince Lord
For Love Alone 1986 James Quick
Kane & Abel 1985 TV Mini-Series William Lowell Kane
Plenty 1985 Lazar
Robbery Under Arms 1985 Capt. Starlight
The Blood of Others 1984 Bergman
The Country Girls 1984 TV Movie Mr. Gentleman
Reilly: Ace of Spies 1983 TV Mini-Series Sidney Reilly
Enigma 1982 Dimitri Vasilikov
Ivanhoe 1982 TV Movie Brian de Bois-Guilbert
From a Far Country 1981 Marian
Possession 1981 Mark
Attack Force Z 1981 Sergeant D.J. (Danny) Costello
The Final Conflict 1981 Damien Thorn
Lucinda Brayford 1980 TV Mini-Series Tony Duff
Young Ramsay 1980 TV Series Crossland
Just Out of Reach 1979 Mike
The Journalist 1979 Rex
My Brilliant Career 1979 Harry Beecham
Sleeping Dogs 1977 Smith
The Sullivans 1976 TV Series Ben Dawson (1980)
Ashes 1975 Short Priest
Landfall 1975 Eric
The Water Cycle 1972 Short
The City of No 1971 TV Movie

Director

Title Year Status Character
The Brush-Off 2004 TV Movie
Cinema of Unease: A Personal Journey by Sam Neill 1995 Documentary
Surf Sail 1978 Documentary short
New Country: New People 1978 Documentary short
Architect Athfield 1977 Documentary
On the Road with Red Mole 1977 Documentary
Flare: A Ski Trip 1977 Short documentary
Four Shorts on Architecture 1975 Short documentary
Telephone Etiquette 1974 Documentary

Writer

Title Year Status Character
Telephone Etiquette 1974 Documentary
Cinema of Unease: A Personal Journey by Sam Neill 1995 Documentary
On the Road with Red Mole 1977 Documentary
Four Shorts on Architecture 1975 Short documentary

Editor

Title Year Status Character
Four Shorts on Architecture 1975 Short documentary
Telephone Etiquette 1974 Documentary
The Sealhunters 1973 Short

Producer

Title Year Status Character
Why Anzac with Sam Neill 2015 executive producer
The Brush-Off 2004 TV Movie producer
Stiff 2004 TV Movie producer

Soundtrack

Title Year Status Character
Hunt for the Wilderpeople 2016 writer: “The Trifecta” – as S. Neill
Death in Brunswick 1990 performer: “I Got You”
Reilly: Ace of Spies 1983 TV Mini-Series 1 episode

Thanks

Title Year Status Character
Stray 2017/I the producer wishes to thank completed
Forgotten Silver 1995 TV Movie special thanks

Self

Title Year Status Character
Le Champion 2017 Documentary post-production Narrator
Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly 2017 TV Series Himself – Actor (segment “The Americans are Coming”)
Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery 2017 TV Series documentary Himself
The Graham Norton Show 2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
New Zealand: Earth’s Mythical Islands 2016 TV Mini-Series Himself – Narrator
And Then There Was Something: The Making of ‘And Then There Were None’ 2016 Video documentary short Himself
The Weekly with Charlie Pickering 2015 TV Series Himself
Why Anzac with Sam Neill 2015 Himself – Presenter
River Deep, Mountain High: James Nesbitt in New Zealand 2013 Documentary Himself
The Hour 2011-2012 TV Series Himself
The Story of Film: An Odyssey 2011 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself – Interviewee
Return to Jurassic Park: Dawn of a New Era 2011 Video documentary short Himself / Dr. Alan Grant
Return to Jurassic Park: Making Prehistory 2011 Video documentary short Himself / Dr. Alan Grant
Return to Jurassic Park: The Next Step in Evolution 2011 Video documentary short Himself / Dr. Alan Grant
Dancing with the Stars 2010 TV Series Himself – Audience Member
Storm Stories 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
Bro’Town 2009 TV Series Himself
Sunrise 2009 TV Series Himself
Beached Az 2009 TV Series Himself
A Taste of My Life 2008 TV Series documentary Himself
Séries express 2008 TV Series Himself
Verity Lambert: Drama Queen 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself – Narrator (voice)
3 News 2006 TV Series Himself
Richard & Judy 2006 TV Series Himself
Working with a Master: John Carpenter 2006 Video documentary short Himself
Voyage of the Nautilus 2006 TV Movie documentary Hubert Wilkins (voice)
The 19th Annual ARIA Awards 2005 TV Special Himself
At the Movies 2005 TV Series Himself
Gelibolu 2005 Documentary Narrator (voice)
The Tem Show 2005 TV Series Himself
Colin McCahon: I Am 2004 Documentary Colin McCahon (voice)
Making of ‘Wimbledon: The Movie’ 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Making of ‘Sleeping Dogs’ 2004 Video documentary Himself
Enough Rope with Andrew Denton 2004 TV Series Himself
Rove Live 2001-2003 TV Series Himself
This Is Your Life 2002 TV Series documentary Himself
Beyond Jurassic Park 2001 Video Himself
The Dinosaurs of ‘Jurassic Park III’ 2001 Video documentary short Himself
Steven Spielberg Directs ‘Jurassic Park’ 2001 Video short Himself
The Making of ‘Jurassic Park III’ 2001 Video documentary short Himself
The Special Effects of ‘Jurassic Park III’ 2001 Video documentary short Himself
SuperCroc 2001 TV Movie documentary Narrator (voice)
Hyperspace 2001 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself – Presenter
Live Lunch 2001 TV Series Himself – Interviewee
Numero Bruno 2001 TV Movie documentary Himself
Intimate Portrait 1999 TV Series documentary Himself
The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1999 TV Special documentary Himself – Nominee
The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1998 TV Special Himself – Nominee
Gomorron 1998 TV Series Himself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Steven Spielberg 1996 TV Special documentary Himself
The Making of ‘Jurassic Park’ 1995 Video documentary Himself / Alan Grant (uncredited)
Forgotten Silver 1995 TV Movie Himself – Actor & Director
Cinema of Unease: A Personal Journey by Sam Neill 1995 Documentary Himself – Narrator / Host
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 1995 TV Series Himself
The Making of Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’ 1994 TV Movie documentary Himself – ‘Colonel Brydon’
The Making of ‘Jurassic Park’ 1993 Video short Himself
Entertainment UK 1993 TV Series Himself – Interviewee
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1993 TV Series Himself – ‘Jurassic Park’
CBS This Morning 1988 TV Series Himself
The 42nd Annual Golden Globe Awards 1985 TV Special Himself – Nominee: Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Surf Sail 1978 Documentary short Narrator (voice)
Architect Athfield 1977 Documentary Narrator
Telephone Etiquette 1974 Documentary

Archive Footage

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2016 AIMC Lifetime Achievement Award Australian Movie Convention
2016 Lost Weekend Award Film Club’s The Lost Weekend Best Supporting Actor Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016)
2005 Silver Logie Logie Awards Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Jessica (2004)
2001 Jury Award Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival Best Actor The Zookeeper (2001)
1989 AFI Award Australian Film Institute Best Actor in a Lead Role Evil Angels (1988)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2017 AACTA Award Australian Film Institute Best Supporting Actor The Daughter (2015)
2017 NCFCA Award North Carolina Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016)
2016 AACTA Award Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards Best Supporting Actor The Daughter (2015)
2016 Silver Logie Logie Awards Most Outstanding Actor House of Hancock (2015)
2012 AACTA Award Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards Best Supporting Actor The Hunter (2011)
2012 FCCA Award Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards Best Actor – Supporting Role The Hunter (2011)
2010 Film Award New Zealand Film and TV Awards (II) Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film Under the Mountain (2009)
2009 Film Award New Zealand Film and TV Awards (II) Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film Dean Spanley (2008)
2008 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series The Tudors (2007)
2008 Golden Nymph Monte-Carlo TV Festival Outstanding Actor – Drama Series The Tudors (2007)
2006 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actor on Television The Triangle (2005)
2005 FCCA Award Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role Little Fish (2005)
2005 New Zealand Screen Award New Zealand Screen Awards Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role Perfect Strangers (2003)
2004 AFI Award Australian Film Institute Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Television Drama or Comedy Jessica (2004)
2004 AFI Award Australian Film Institute Best Direction in Television The Brush-Off (2004)
2002 Grace Award MovieGuide Awards Most Inspirational Movie Acting The Dish (2000)
2001 FCCA Award Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards Best Actor – Male The Dish (2000)
2000 AFI Award Australian Film Institute Best Performance by an an Actor in a Supporting Role My Mother Frank (2000)
1999 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television Merlin (1998)
1999 Blockbuster Entertainment Award Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Supporting Actor – Drama/Romance The Horse Whisperer (1998)
1998 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie Merlin (1998)
1998 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Actor in a Motion Picture or Miniseries Merlin (1998)
1993 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actor Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992)
1993 American Television Award American Television Awards Best Actor in a Miniseries Family Pictures (1993)
1993 AFI Award Australian Film Institute Best Actor in a Supporting Role The Piano (1993)
1992 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television One Against the Wind (1991)
1991 AFI Award Australian Film Institute Best Actor in a Lead Role Death in Brunswick (1990)
1985 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television Reilly: Ace of Spies (1983)

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