Ed Harris movies: 15 greatest films ranked from worst to best

In Ed Harris‘s over-40-year career he has surprisingly never won an Oscar or an Emmy, despite four nominations from the motion picture academy and two from the TV academy. Let’s take a look back at some of his best big-screen performances. Tour through our photo gallery above of Harris’s 15 greatest films, ranked from worst to best.

Harris received his first Oscar nomination in 1995 after almost two decades in front of the camera: Best Supporting Actor for “Apollo 13.” He subsequently competed for “The Truman Show” (Best Supporting Actor in 1998), “Pollock” (Best Actor in 2000), and “The Hours” (Best Supporting Actor in 2002). He didn’t win any of those, and he hasn’t been nominated since, despite acclaimed performances in such films as “A History of Violence” (2005) and “Mother!” (2017).

On the TV side, Harris contended for Emmys for his work in “Empire Falls” (Best Movie/Mini Actor in 2005) and “Game Change” (Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actor in 2012), but he didn’t win those either. However, Harris has managed to pick up two Golden Globes in his career (Best Film Supporting Actor for “The Truman Show” and Best TV Supporting Actor for “Game Change”), so he hasn’t gone completely unrewarded.

Take a look through our gallery of Harris’s greatest films, including a few for which he should’ve received Oscar nominations.