NAACP Image Award For Outstanding Supporting Actor in A Comedy Series

NAACP Image Award For Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series

The NAACP Image Award winners for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series:

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NAACP Image Award For Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series - Winners
... Year Actor Television Series 1996 Alfonso Ribeiro The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 1997 -- -- 1998 Alfonso Ribeiro In the House 1999 Cedric the Entertainer The Steve Harvey Show 2000 Cedric the Entertainer ...

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