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TCA Career Achievement Award

The TCA Career Achievement Award is an award given by the Television Critics Association.[1] The Career Achievement Award annually honors an individual who has inspired his or her work in television. In 2014, director James Burrows became the 30th recipient of the award.[2]

Winners and nominees

Year Winner Other Nominees
1984-1985
(1st)
Grant Tinker
  • n/a
1985-1986
(2nd)
Walter Cronkite
  • No other nominees
1986-1987
(3rd)
Hill Street Blues (NBC)
  • n/a
1987-1988
(4th)
David Brinkley
  • n/a
1988-1989
(5th)
Lucille Ball
1989-1990
(6th)
Jim Henson
1990-1991
(7th)
Brandon Tartikoff
1991-1992
(8th)
Johnny Carson
1992-1993
(9th)
Bob Hope
1993-1994
(10th)
Charles Kuralt
1994-1995
(11th)
Ted Turner
1995-1996
(12th)
Angela Lansbury
1996-1997
(13th)
Fred Rogers
1997-1998
(14th)
Roone Arledge
1998-1999
(15th)
Norman Lear
1999-2000
(16th)
Dick Van Dyke
2000-2001
(17th)
Sid Caesar
2001-2002
(18th)
Bill Cosby
2002-2003
(19th)
Carl Reiner
2003-2004
(20th)
Don Hewitt
  • No other nominees
2004-2005
(21st)
Bob Newhart
  • No other nominees
2005-2006
(22nd)
Carol Burnett
  • No other nominees
2006-2007
(23rd)
Mary Tyler Moore
  • No other nominees
2007-2008
(24th)
Lorne Michaels
2008-2009
(25th)
Betty White
  • No other nominees
2009-2010
(26th)
James Garner
2010-2011
(27th)
Oprah Winfrey
2011-2012
(28th)
David Letterman
2012-2013
(29th)
Barbara Walters
2013-2014
(30th)
James Burrows

References

  1. ^ "Past winners of the TCA Awards".  
  2. ^ Birnbaum, Debra (July 19, 2014). "‘Breaking Bad,’ ‘True Detective’ Win at TCA Awards".  

External links

  • Official website
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