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YEAR PRODUCTION TYPE AWARDS
2016 Game of Thrones Screen Taormina Film Festival:
Won Best Actor Iain Glen
For his performance as Ser Jorah Mormont in Game of Thrones
2015 Game of Thrones Season V Screen Screen Actors Guild Awards: Nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones Season V got more Primetime Emmy nominations than any show in the history of the awards.
Won Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series
Won Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
Won Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
2014 Game of Thrones Season IV Screen SAG Nomination for Best Drama Ensemble
TCA Awards – Nomination for Program of the Year
Critic’s Choice – Nomination for Best Drama Series
19 Primetime Emmy Awards and Nominations including
Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
Golden Globe Awards – Nomination for Best Television Series
2013 Game of Thrones Season III Screen Sixteen Emmy Wins or Nominations including Nomination for Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for David Benioff and Dan Weiss
Screen Actors Guild Awards : Nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Won the BAFTA audience award.
2013 Ripper Street Screen 5 Bafta Award Nominations including Best Drama Series
2013 Uncle Vanya Stage Won Best Production – Off West End Theatre Awards
2013 Prisoner’s Wives 1 & 2 Screen Nominated for Best Television Series – Writers’ Guild of GB Award
2013 The Iron Lady Screen Best Actress Oscar – Meryl Streep
2012 Game Of Thrones II Screen Screen Actors Guild Awards: Nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
12 Emmy Awards or Nominations including Outstanding Drama Series
2011 Downton Abbey (2) Screen 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards : Won Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
BAFTA Best Drama Series
Emmy for Outstanding Miniseries
Golden Globe for Best Mini-Series
Game Of Thrones Screen 13 Emmy Awards or Nominations including Outstanding Drama Series
2 Golden Globes including nomination for Best Television Series
2 Screen Actor Guild Nominations including Outstanding Performance by An Ensemble in a Drama Series
2 Critics Choice Nominations including Best Drama Series
2010 Spooks – Series 9 Screen BAFTA – Best Drama Series
Royal Television Award – Best Drama Series
Broadcast Awards Drama – Best Drama Series
2009 Harry Brown Screen Won Best British Film – Empire Awards (2010)
Dh’Eirich na Deòir (The Tears Welled) Screen Best TV Drama – nomination BAFTA Scotland 2009
2008 Into The Storm Screen Over 25 Awards and Nominations
14 Emmy Award nominations including – Win for Brendan Gleeson as Outstanding Lead Actor
City Of Vice Screen Winner Judges’ Award, RTS Awards
Nominated Best Drama Series, Writers Guild of Great Britain Awards
2007 The Relief Of Belsen Screen BAFTA nomination for Best Specialist Factual
Broadcast Awards – Won Best Single Drama
Royal Television Society Nomination for Best History
The Crucible Stage
Laurence Olivier Awards:

Nomination for Best Actor – Iain Glen
Won Best Revival
Won Best Director – Dominic Cooke

What’s On Stage Awards – 5 Nominations including:

Best Actor- Iain Glen

Small Engine Repairs Screen
Galway Film Festival:

Best Film

Irish Film and Television Awards:

1 win and three nominations including Best Film

Nashville Film Festival 2007:

2 Wins Best Feature and Audience Award for Best Film

2006 Hedda Gabler Stage
Laurence Olivier Awards – 4 Wins including:

Best Revival (and 2 Olivier Nominations)

Vagabond Shoes Screen
Winner of 12 International Awards including:

Best Short Film – BAFTA Audience Award
Grand Jury Prize – Lille Short Film Festival
Best Short Film – New York City Short Film Festival

2005 Kidnapped Screen Nominated Satellite Award Outstanding Motion Picture Made for Television
Man To Man Screen Nominated Golden Bear (Berlin Film Festival)
2004 Song For A Raggy Boy Screen 14 International Awards and 6 Nominations including:
Irish Film And Television Awards:

Won Audience Award – Best Irish Film

Amiens International Film Festival (2003):

Audience Award Best Feature Film

Copenhagen International Film Festival (2003):

Best Film

2003 University Of Aberdeen Awarded Honorary Degree – Doctor Of Laws, Iain Glen BA
(For Services to the Arts)
A Streetcar Named Desire Screen
Laurence Olivier Awards:

2 Wins and 2 Nominations

The Soul Keeper Screen
3 International Awards and 7 Nominations including:

Best Film – The Flaiano Film Festival

2000 Wives And Daughters Screen
4 BAFTA Awards and 3 Nominations including:

Best Drama Serial

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards:

2 Awards

1999 The Blue Room Stage
Laurence Olivier Awards – 6 Nominations including:

Best Actress, Nicole Kidman
Best Actor, Iain Glen
Best New Play, David Hare
Best Director, Sam Mendes

Drama League Awards (Broadway):

Best Actor, Iain Glen
Best Actress, Nicole Kidman

Mararia Screen
Goya Awards:

1 Win and Four Nominations

Miami Hispanic Film Festival:

Best Film

1997 Martin Guerre Stage
Laurence Olivier Awards

Best Musical, Martin Guerre
Nomination for Best Actor in a Musical – Iain Glen

1994 Henry V Stage
Evening Standard Awards:

Nomination for Best Actor, Iain Glen

The Shakespeare Globe Classic Awards:

Nomination for The Richard Burton Award for most promising newcomer, Iain Glen

1993 Macbeth Stage
Glasgow Mayfest Awards:

Best Actor, Iain Glen

1992 She Stoops To Conquer Stage
Regional Theatre Awards:

Nomination for Best Actor, Iain Glen

Coriolanus Stage
Regional Theatre Awards:

Nomination for Best Actor, Iain Glen

1991 Fools Of Fortune Screen The Evening Standard Film Awards – Best Actor, Iain Glen
Silent Scream Screen The Berlin Film Festival – Silver Bear for Best Actor, Iain Glen
The Evening Standard Film Awards – Best Actor, Iain Glen
The Michael Powell Award – British Film of The Year
Scottish Bafta Award – Best Film
Mountains Of The Moon Screen The Evening Standard Film Awards – Best Actor, Iain Glen
1985 The Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art Bancroft Gold Medal, Iain Glen