Tim Daly Net Worth

Tim Daly Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

James Timothy Daly net worth is
$10 Million

James Timothy Daly Wiki Biography

Tim Daly was born on the 1st March 1956, in New York City, USA, and is an actor, producer, and director, probably best known for playing the role of Joe Hackett in NBC sitcom “Wings” (1990-1997). He also had a big part in “Private Practice” (2007-2012), as Pete Wilder, and appeared in “The Sopranos” (2004-2007), in the role of drug addict screenwriter J.T. Dolan, a role for which he was Emmy-nominated. These significant parts made his wealth larger, in a career that started in 1963.

Have you ever wondered how rich Tim Daly is, as of mid-2016? According to authoritative sources, Daly’s estimated net worth is over $10 million, mostly made by playing roles in television series, but he has also earned some by directing and producing, and playing parts in movies as well.

Tim Daly Net Worth $10 Million

James Timothy Daly is the youngest of four children of actors Mary Hope and James Daly; the actress Tyne Daly is his older sister. Daly went to The Putney School, where he developed an interest in acting and so studied it. He later attended Bennington College in Vermont and began his professional career while was there, graduating in 1979 with Bachelors degree in Theatre and Literature. He then returned to New York to study acting and singing.

Daly actually debuted on the stage when he was only seven years old, in Jean Kerr’s play “Jenny Kissed Me” (1963), along with his parents and two sisters. “An Enemy of the People”, was Tim’s first TV appearance in 1966, starring his father James. Daly eventually launched his full professional career in Peter Shaffer’s play “Equus” in 1978. His debut on film followed four years later, when he got the leading role in Barry Levinson’s “Diner”, with Kevin Bacon and Mickey Rourke. Daly also had a role in “Made in Heaven” (1987), starring Timothy Hutton and Kelly McGillis, and another leading role in the David Chase series “Almost Grown” (1988), but the show lasted only one season. However, the ’80’s were good to Daly, and he improved his net worth considerably.

The NBC’s sitcom “Wings” was one of Daly’s biggest projects, as it aired for seven years, from 1990 to 1997. In 1997, he established the Daly-Harris Productions, along with J. Todd Harris, andthe company produced several films during the ’90’s. He went back to Broadway for the next few years, but appeared on numerous occasions in the hit drama “The Sopranos” (2004-2007), playing the character of J.T. Dolan, Christopher Moltisanti’s AA friend. Later, he landed a role in the ABC drama “The Nine” (2006). However, Daly’s biggest paid part was in “Private Practice” (2007-2012), for which he received $100,000 for each episode. His most recent projects are “Hot in Cleveland” (2014), and “Madam Secretary”, in which he is a series regular, and the show has been running since 2014.

Tim Daly has won several awards including OFTA Television Award for Best Actor in a New Drama Series in 2001, the Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Series, Drama, also in 2001, and the Vail Film Festival Award for Excellence in Acting in 2008.

Regarding his personal life, Tim Daly was married to the actress Amy Van Nostrand from 1982 to 2010; the pair has two children together. Daly has been dating Tea Leoni since 2014. He is a big supporter of the Democratic Party.

Full NameTim Daly
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 1, 1956
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York, U.S.
Height1.85 m
ProfessionActor, producer, director
EducationThe Putney School, Bennington College, Vermont
SpouseAmy Van Nostrand (1982-2010)
ChildrenSam Daly, Emelyn Daly
ParentsHope Newell, James Daly
SiblingsTyne Daly, Glynn Daly, Pegeen Michael Daly
PartnerTea Leoni
AwardsOFTA Television Award for Best Actor in a New Drama Series (2001), Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Series, Drama (2001), Vail Film Festival Award for Excellence in Acting (2008)
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer In A Children/Youth/Family Special, TV Land Favorite Airborne Character Award
Movies“Jenny Kissed Me” (1963), “An Enemy of the People”, “Diner”, “Made in Heaven” (1987), "A Rising Tide" (2015)
TV Shows“Wings” (1990-1997), “Private Practice” (2007-2012), “The Sopranos” (2004-2007), “Almost Grown” (1988-1989), “Wings” (1990-1997), "The Fugitive" (2000-2001)
1The voice of Clark Kent/Superman
Private Practice (2007)$100,000 per episode
1[Daly on his relationship with his father, during an interview with "CBS Sunday Morning," June 19, 2016] My dad left when I was a very young man, a young boy, and I didn't see him very much. You know, my parents had a long and difficult marriage, mostly because my father was gay. Not many people know this. But given the wisdom of that era--the medical, psychological and societal wisdom of that time, which was all false--being homosexual was a disease, right? That could be cured. My father worked very hard to try to 'cure' himself of something that was incurable, and so did my mom. And it was very sad. So when he left, my parents made a mutual decision based on all this false information that they would limit my exposure to my father so that I would not contract this "disease." And it was a tragedy, as I look back on it, because my father had the means and the desire to see me, and I loved him desperately. And I saw him maybe a couple weeks a year. We were about to do a play together, a summer stock tour. And my father died on the day we were going to begin rehearsals. So it felt like this momentous point in my life where I was about to really get to know him as a man, and the universe intervened, and there was this moment where the torch was passed, and I was now the man. So. You know, I was sort of robbed of the opportunity to really get to know my dad.
2I'm not hopefully psychotic. So I know that what I do is actually fictional. That said, it is sort of uncannily prescient about things that are happening in the world. I think it's kind of odd - sometimes I wonder, who IS [executive producer] Barbara Hall, and who does she know? Because it seems like we do a show and a couple months later it shows up in the headlines.
3Look, drama is conflict, that's what it is. So hell yeah, bring it on!
4On Madam Secretary (2014): I love it - I absolutely love it. Right now might not be the best time to ask, because we do a long season and everybody's starting to get a little tired. After the winter break when I'm peppy and refreshed, I'd be more enthusiastic. But yes - I'm ready for season 3!
5Wings (1990) was a blessing, but it was also very difficult. Whenever you do situation comedy, no matter how excellent the execution - and we had a great cast and great writers - but the format is somewhat limited.
6I am friends with Kerry and Bobby Kennedy - and Ethel, who is sort of my crush ... my Kennedy crush.
7Twitter, just every once in a while I put something out there basically to promote whatever I'm doing, but I don't see any of that as representing me or who I am or being a brand.
8No one's banging down my door. People see the way I look, and they don't feel threatened, but they should watch out for me. They don't know there's a steel rod that drives me. I get ticked off, and the rage just gets me going. My motor is anger.
9Usually when I see myself in a film or on television, there's about a six-month period where I can't look at it because all I'll see are the mistakes. I'm just appalled by the person that I see.
10There are two jobs. There is being an actor, and there is being a celebrity. Some people are really good at both. Some people are really good celebrities and terrible actors, and some people are really good actors and terrible celebrities. Hopefully, I am a really good actor and an OK celebrity.
11'Superman' was a total accident. The producers of the animated series were having a hard time finding someone to read the character. I was brought in through a connection and, I think, out of desperation.
12It's not like I walk around being Superman in real life. But when you read the script and put yourself in the position that Superman is in - I mean, he's always saving the planet, for God's sake. When you realize that, it's not difficult to take the gravitas of the situation and make your voice do what it needs to do.
13I've had - I don't really know how to describe them, except moments of 'extrasensory perception' of some sort. I've also had sort of a 'white light' moment.
14I'm probably my own harshest critic. If I get a hundred good reviews and one really bad one, it's that one out of a hundred that I remember. I think we actors are hard on ourselves, and I don't know why that is.
15My public Facebook page is what it is. My Twitter account is sort of what it is, but if I'm totally honest with you, that is not my personal, private self. I have another Facebook page that is devoted to my dear friends and family, and they can keep in touch with me that way.
16It's ironic, really, because I've spent the bulk of my career making my living in a very commercial realm: network television. And yet, my sensibilities don't necessarily line up with how I pay my rent.
17I used to build lofts in SoHo back when there was nothing there. I had a stoop on West Broadway between Prince and Spring. My partner and I would sit there, eat dinner, and watch the world go by.
18I was 9 years old, and this was - well, whenever it was, they paid a thousand bucks. I thought I was going to be rich forever! But I had no thought I would be an actor at that point.
19I realized that my grandfather walked with Martin Luther King forty years ago. That was his dream. And in his little way, he helped us get closer to where we are today.
20I love exploring the relationship between fathers and daughters. I think that's a special thing, especially with daughters who are dealing with being adults.
21I was a little bit of a slob who was sort of surrounded by dirty laundry. I can trace the exact moment that I became a tidy human being, and that moment was the day my son Sam was born.
22I didn't dream of being in television or film. But then I got married pretty young and had children, and I wanted to feed the children, so I worked a lot of film and television.
23I look for characters that offer me opportunities to explore some aspect of the human condition. I think a lot of actors would say that and would look for that. I've been lucky enough to find projects that let me do that.
24I just can't stand the fact that they're going out on their own - I love having my kids around, and I'm angry at them for going out and becoming independent. I want to tuck them in and drive them to school in the morning, but they just won't let me do that anymore.
25I get offered a lot of parts where I want to say, 'Why don't you just hire a model? Don't hire an actor.' I'm trying to convince people I'm a real actor, not some mannequin.
26I could have been a rich kid who stayed in college and got by on the path of least resistance, but I got much more out of being in the world and pulling my own weight.
27For people like me, who have blocked out a chunk of their past, you wonder - if you open that door, if you walk into that room of your memories, what will happen? Will it destroy you or will it make you stronger?
28I am a member of the human race. There's a certain irony about the cyberworld. You don't know who is talking to you, if it's a machine, so I tend to try to reach out to those fellow humans.
29I had my kids while I was in utero.
30Wings (1990) offered me the rare opportunity to be a full-time dad and a working actor for eight years.
31The creative tension with spirituality vs. practicality in the world of politics is a vital conversation.
32People are human beings. They talk about stuff, they make mistakes, they try to impress each other with their tidbits.
33My natural self is John Goodman. If I relaxed, I'd be him.
34It's become a cliché to think of marriage as a disaster area and a war zone.
35I will always look for things that are different from the last thing I played.
36The biggest compliment I can ever get as an actor is to have someone say, 'We didn't recognize you.'
37I never have thought of myself as a brand. I've thought of myself as an artist.
38I love babies - I love being with them. As for acting with them, it's kind of hard because they don't know how to act.
39I think I'm a lot more complicated than my looks might indicate.
40I never had the desire to get in front of the camera. It never occurred to me! I always thought I'd be a theater actor.
41I love getting on the subway because you get on the car, and you see the entire human race represented in any given subway car.
42I had so much fun on The Mindy Project (2012).
43I have a beautiful wooden Superman statue with a removable cape - I really love that piece.
44I like bothering people and stirring things up.
45I have no illusions of being the big box office draw. But I would like to have some choices.
46I know this sounds stupid, but in some ways, the way I look is a drawback.
47I appreciate all the devices the Windows people are coming up with, but the operating system... I just want to smash it.
48Everybody wants to have their Breaking Bad (2008). It went to Bryan Cranston. It couldn't have happened to a better guy or a better actor.
49I don't think I gave Wings (1990) its due. I was young. I wanted to light the world on fire.
50I can't help teasing people. That's the way that I am, and I hope that nobody takes it too personally.
51I grew up with actors, so I never thought of them as anything but human - sort of horribly, inextricably human.
52What can I say: I got started on the whole wife-and-kids thing at a young age.
53I have this burgeoning reputation for playing a scumbag.
54Well, I've seen a bunch of acupuncturists and one of my sister-in-laws is an herbalist. So I know a lot about alternative medicine. I don't know a lot about the practice but I know about the world.
55It's an actor's job to play all the human conditions - light, dark, and medium.
56Well, I have a farm in Vermont that's my main residence, where I do lots of digging and mowing, and ride tractors - just so you don't get the wrong idea that I'm too girlie!
57We sort of have given up on the idea of taking any sort of personal responsibility for what we see. I don't understand it at all. There are many things that I won't let my kids watch.
58Eastern medicine is not about curing your sickness. It's about keeping you well.
59Thank God for acupuncture. It's been around for 2000 years. It's not going anyplace and people use it all of the time for a variety of cures and to avoid illnesses.
60One of the things that I share with Bryan Becket is this hole in my childhood memory. There's about five years of my life that's virtually gone. I've thought about it a lot, and I've come to the conclusion that it might be for my own protection that those memories are gone, and maybe I don't want to dredge up those things.
61I've always felt if my nose were more crooked, critics would focus more on my acting.
62[on Superman's animated appearance] I look great as Superman. I am so buff.
63When Superman comes along with his red cape and his blue outfit, it works on such a primary level. Here's this guy who wears no mask. He's very positive. He tries to help everybody as much as he can. I think readers and especially children gravitate to that. They know they can trust this guy.
64I've found that the majority of my work is just a series of grunting, groaning and straining noises. Because, you know, Superman is forever getting clobbered with force fields, nuclear weapons, trains -- whatever large, blunt, heavy objects are at hand to clobber him. I have to dig deep for those special noises.
65[on providing the voice of Superman in Superman (1996)] Initially, I thought, "Oh, this is a fun little job doing a little cartoon." I didn't realize the grave responsibility that was bestowed upon me.
1Was replaced by George Newbern as the voice of Superman for Justice League (2001). Ironically, Daly later replaced Newbern as Superman for Justice League Doom (2012) when Newbern, who was originally slated to do the feature proved unavailable.
2Friends with Steven Weber.
3One of a handful of celebrities passing through Los Angeles International Airport (1 November 2013) when a gunman opened fire killing a TSA official. Daly was in the Virgin America first-class lounge when the shooting started and had to wait with other passengers for an hour before being safely evacuated.
4He has Irish, Scottish, and English ancestry.
5Brother-in-law of Mark Snow.
6President, The Creative Coalition.
7Earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre at Bennington College in 1979.
8Younger brother of Tyne Daly, Pegeen Michael Daly and Glynn Daly.
9Ex-brother-in-law of Georg Stanford Brown.
10Uncle of Kathryne Dora Brown, Alisabeth Brown and Alyxandra Beatris Brown.
11Son Sam Daly was born in 1984; daughter Emelyn Daly was born in 1989. As of 2014, was teaching English in Europe on a Fulbright scholarship.
12Is perhaps best-known for his role of "Joe Hackett" on the TV series, Wings (1990). He beat out Kevin Conroy for the part. He later worked with Conroy on the animated Superman (1996) series.
13Was unable to provide the voice of Superman, as he previously did for Warner Bros. in its Superman (1996) animated series, when presented with the Justice League (2001) series, as he was already contracted to star in The Fugitive (2000).
14Attended and graduated from Bennington College.
15Father, with wife Amy Van Nostrand, of son Sam Daly and daughter Emelyn Daly.
16Son of James Daly and Hope Newell.


Superman: Brainiac Attacks2006VideoClark Kent Superman (voice)
Commander in Chief2006TV SeriesCameron Manchester
The Good Student2006Ronald Gibb
Return to Sender2004/IMartin North (as Timothy Daly)
Against the Ropes2004Gavin Reese
Edge of America2003TV MovieLeroy McKinney
Wilder Days2003TV MovieJohn Morse
Judging Amy2003TV SeriesMonty Fisher
The Outsider2002TV MovieJohnny Gault
Monk2002TV SeriesTim Daly
Superman: Shadow of Apokolips2002Video GameClark Kent Superman (voice)
The Fugitive2000-2001TV SeriesDr. Richard Kimble
A House Divided2000TV MovieCharles Dubose
Superman1996-2000TV SeriesSuperman Clark Kent Bizarro
Execution of Justice1999TV MovieDan White
Seven Girlfriends1999Jesse
Superman1999Video GameSuperman (voice)
Storm of the Century1999TV Mini-SeriesConstable Mike Anderson Mike Anderson
Invasion America1998TV SeriesAdditional Voices
From the Earth to the Moon1998TV Mini-SeriesJim Lovell
The Object of My Affection1998Dr. Robert Joley
The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest1997TV MovieClark Kent Superman (voice)
Wings1990-1997TV SeriesJoe Montgomery Hackett
The Associate1996Frank Peterson
Superman: The Last Son of Krypton1996TV MovieSuperman Clark Kent (voice)
Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde1995Dr. Richard Jacks
Denise Calls Up1995Frank Oliver
The John Larroquette Show1995TV SeriesThor Merrick
Witness to the Execution1994TV MovieDennis Casterline
Dangerous Heart1994TV MovieAngel
Caroline at Midnight1994Ray
In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco1993TV MovieDavid Koresh
Queen1993TV Mini-SeriesCol. James Jackson Jr.
Year of the Comet1992Oliver Plexico
Love or Money1990Chris Murdoch (as Timothy Daly)
Midnight Caller1989TV SeriesElliot Chase
Red Earth, White Earth1989TV MovieGuy Pehrsson (as Timothy Daly)
Almost Grown1988-1989TV SeriesNorman Foley
Spellbinder1988Jeff Mills (as Timothy Daly)
My Neighbor Totoro1988Professor Kusakabe (English version, voice, as Timothy Daly)
Made in Heaven1987Tom Donnelly (as Timothy Daly)
I'll Take Manhattan1987TV Mini-SeriesToby Amberville
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1986TV SeriesScott
American Playhouse1986TV SeriesRichard
Mirrors1985TV MovieChris Philips (as Timothy Daly)
Just the Way You Are1984Frank Bantam (as Timothy Daly)
I Married a Centerfold1984TV MovieKevin Coates (as Timothy Daly)
Ryan's Four1983TV SeriesDr. Edward Gillian / Gillian
Diner1982William 'Billy' Howard (as Timothy Daly)
Hill Street Blues1981TV SeriesDann
An Enemy of the People1966TV MovieMorten Stockmann (as Timothy Daly)
After Darkness2016completedRaymond Beaty
Madam Secretary2014-2016TV SeriesHenry McCord
The Daly Show2014-2015TV SeriesTim
A Rising Tide2015Tom Blake
Hot in Cleveland2014TV SeriesMitch
The Mindy Project2014TV SeriesCharlie Lang
Low Down2014Dalton
Hawaii Five-02013TV SeriesRay Harper
Other O.S.2012ShortAaron Carson
Private Practice2007-2012TV SeriesDr. Pete Wilder
Justice League: Doom2012VideoSuperman (voice)
Dilf2010ShortJake Holt
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse2010VideoSuperman (voice)
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies2009VideoSuperman (voice)
The Skeptic2009Bryan Becket
The Nine2006-2007TV SeriesNick Cavanaugh
The Sopranos2004-2007TV SeriesJ.T. Dolan
Grey's Anatomy2007TV SeriesDr. Pete Wilder
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2007TV SeriesReverend Jeb Curtis
Eyes2005-2007TV SeriesHarlan Judd


Low Down2014co-producer
PoliWood2009Documentary producer
Bereft2004producer - as Timothy Daly
Edge of America2003TV Movie executive producer
Tick Tock2000producer - as Timothy Daly
Execution of Justice1999TV Movie executive producer


Bereft2004as Timothy Daly


The Daly Show2013TV Series 1 episode


ABC Wednesday Night Starter Kit2008TV Movie special thanks
Diner: On the Flip Side2000Video documentary short special thanks


Today2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
CBS News Sunday Morning2016TV Series documentaryHimself
Live with Kelly and Michael1990-2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
CBS This Morning2016TV SeriesHimself
Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Hollywood Health Report2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Hollywood Health Report2015Himself - Guest
The Talk2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Access Hollywood Live2015TV SeriesHimself
Rachael Ray2008-2014TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Entertainment Tonight2007-2014TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Madame Secretary
Kid President: Declaration of Awesome2014TV SeriesHimself
The Insider2014TV SeriesHimself
The Daly Show2011-2013TV SeriesHimself
Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle2013TV Mini-Series documentarySuperman
Fox and Friends2012TV SeriesHimself
Addicted to Fame2012DocumentaryHimself
A Sneek Peak at Justice League: Doom2011Video documentary shortHimself
The 36th Annual Gracie Awards2011TV SpecialHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2006-2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest
TeamStrick Advocacy Videos2010TV Series documentaryHimself
A First Look at Superman/Batman: Apocalypse2010Video documentary shortHimself
My Neighbor Totoro: Behind the Microphone2010Video shortHimself
My Neighbor Totoro: The Totoro Experience2010Video documentary shortFather
Séries express2009TV SeriesHimself
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2005-2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race2009TV MovieHimself
The View2005-2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1994-2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
2008 Vail Film Festival Awards2008ShortHimself
Real Time with Bill Maher2008TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Stars of the 2008 Vail Film Festival2008Video shortHimself
2007 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards2007TV SpecialHimself
Tavis Smiley2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Megan Mullally Show2006TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 65th Annual Peabody Awards2006TV SpecialHimself - Winner
The Tony Danza Show2005TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Last Call with Carson Daly2005TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show2005TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Basic: A Director's Design2003Video documentary shortHimself
7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2001TV SpecialHimself - Nominee: Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series (as Timothy Daly)
CBS Cares2001TV SeriesHimself
Diner: On the Flip Side2000Video documentary shortHimself - 'William 'Billy' Howard'
The Martin Short Show1999TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Rosie O'Donnell Show1996-1998TV SeriesHimself - Guest
HBO First Look1998TV Series documentaryHimself
The 21st Annual People's Choice Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Co-Host
The State's 43rd Annual All-Star Halloween Special1995TV MovieHimself
The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
The 47th Annual Writers Guild Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
The 8th Annual American Comedy Awards1994TV SpecialHimself - Presenter (as Timothy Daly)
The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards1994TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV and Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Golden Globes 50th Anniversary Celebration1994TV MovieHimself
The 19th Annual People's Choice Awards1993TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Favorite Television Dramatic Series
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1992-1993TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 18th Annual People's Choice Awards1992TV SpecialHimself - Co-Presenter: Favourite New Television Dramatic Program
CBS This Morning1990TV SeriesHimself
The More You Know1989TV SeriesHimself (as Timothy Daly)
The 41st Annual Tony Awards1987TV SpecialHimself - Performer (as Timothy Daly)

Archive Footage

Extra2014TV SeriesHimself - Madam Secretary
TeamStrick Advocacy Videos2014TV Series documentaryHimself
Come Rain or Come Shine: From Grey's Anatomy to Private Practice2007TV MovieDr. Pete Finch
Making 'Cleaver'2007TV Short documentaryJ.T. Dolan (as Timothy Daly)

Won Awards

2013BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical ShortJustice League: Doom (2012)
2013BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical ShortJustice League: Doom (2012)
2008Excellence in ActingVail Film Festival
2001OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actor in a New Drama SeriesThe Fugitive (2000)
2001Golden Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Performance by an Actor in a Series, DramaThe Fugitive (2000)

Nominated Awards

2007Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Guest Actor in a Drama SeriesThe Sopranos (1999)
2006Daytime EmmyDaytime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Performer in a Children/Youth/Family SpecialEdge of America (2003)
2005TV Land AwardTV Land AwardsFavorite Airborne Character(s)Wings (1990)
2001ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama SeriesThe Fugitive (2000)
2001TV Guide AwardTV Guide AwardsActor of the Year in a New SeriesThe Fugitive (2000)
1996Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Screen CoupleDr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde (1995)

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