The 2017 Clarence Derwent Awards

UK – Best male in a supporting role (recognising supporting performances from 2016 and 2017) 
Peter Polycarpou in Oslo at the National Theatre and West End
and
Jonjo O’Neill for Unreachable at the Royal Court and Cymbeline at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

UK – Best female in a supporting role (recognising supporting performances from 2016 and 2017) 
Sheila Atim for the Donmar’s all-female The Tempest and Les Blancs at the National Theatre
and
Kate O’Flynn for her portrayal of Laura in The Glass Menagerie.

US – Most promising male
Will Pullen for Sweat

US – Most promising female
Katrina Lenk for The Band’s Visit

The 2016 Clarence Derwent Awards

UK – Best male in a supporting role
Not awarded

UK – Best female in a supporting role
Not awarded

US – Most promising male
Ben Platt – as Evan Hansen in Dear Evan Hansen

US – Most promising female
Alana Arenas – as Cookie in Head of Passes

The 2014 Clarence Derwent Awards

UK – Best male in a supporting role
Charles Edwards as Charles Marsden in Strange Interlude at the National

UK – Best female in a supporting role
June Watson as Mammy in The Cripple of Inishmaan at Noel Coward Theatre and Nanny in Before the Party at Almeida

US – Most promising Male
Steven Boyer – as Jason and Tyrone in Hand to God

US – Most promising female
Whitney Bashor – as Marian and Chiara in The Bridges of Madison County

The 2009 Clarence Derwent Awards

UK – Best male in a supporting role
Clifford Rose as The Judge in The Chalk Garden

UK – Best female in a supporting role
Phoebe Nicholls as Frances Trebell in Waste and Helen Seville in The Vortex

US – Most promising Male
Aaron Tveit – as Gabriel Goodman in Next to Normal

US – Most promising female
Quincy Tyler Bernstine– as Salima in Ruined