Who should win best supporting actor at the TV Baftas 2015?

Utopia’s Adeel Akhtar? Happy Valley’s James Norton? The Honourable Woman’s Stephen Rea? The Missing’s Ken Stott? Cast your vote now…


Four men are battling to take home best supporting actor at this Sunday’s Baftas, and we want to know who you think deserves the win.


Adeel Akhtar enters the running for his turn as Wilson in cult hit Utopia. He challenges James Norton from hard-hitting police drama Happy Valley, as well as The Honourable Woman’s Stephen Rea, while Ken Stott is in the mix for his turn in BBC’s gripping drama The Missing.


Industry experts will have the trophy shined up and ready for the winner this Sunday, but who would you like to see win? Vote now: