A C T O R in a SUPPORTING role
G I A N C A R L O - E S P O S I T O : [breaking bad,2008]
one of the performances that define my year 
no other actor was so great last year delivering menacing silences where you could see his mind struggling to chose the right option and pick who is his worst enemy.
t h e - r e s t - o f - t h e - f i e l d
he is an arrogant successful man that never hides his talents but still shows [us] how he is still trying to figure out how to get everything he wants but money cannot buy.
josh CHARLES : [the good wife,2009]
he is not the average cliched rookie police detective, yes, he is energetic, innocent, optimistic but he does show also how clever, empathic and vulnerable he is.
joel KINNAMAN : [the killing,2011]
in this show great acting is never lacking but he does what few have done: empathizing with the average post-traumatic suffering soldier and portraying the very humble crumbling man.
chris MESSINA : [damages,2007]
he is undoubtedly second to JESSICA LANGE’s extraordinary acting; he does teenage angst with an assortment of explosive emotions that does show some range but also understand the mindset behind.
evan PETERS : [american horror story,2011]
the season’s MVP which in this show means that did comedy, drama, action [and sex] better than anyone; he made [the usually jump shark] sudden amnesia an innocent childish [but still mature] game.
alexander SKARSGAARD : [true blood,2008]