41st Annual TV Week Logie Awards
Sunday, 11 April 1999
Hosted by Andrew Denton. Special Guests were Trudie Goodwin (The Bill), Kathy Griffin (Suddenly Susan), Kevin Sorbo (Hercules), and Portia De Rossi (Ally McBeal). Performers were Deborah Conway and Isaac Hayes.
Lisa McCune (Blue Heelers) took home her third straight Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television.
1999 Special Awards
|Hall of Fame Gold Logie||Mike Walsh|
1999 Most Outstanding Awards
|Silver Logie Most Outstanding Actor ||TIE: Tony Martin – Wildside |
TIE: David Wenham – SeaChange
|Silver Logie Most Outstanding Actress||Rachel Blake – Wildside||ABC|
|Silver Logie Most Outstanding Drama Series||SeaChange||ABC|
|Most Outstanding Mini-Series / Telemovie||The Day Of The Roses||10|
|Most Outstanding News Coverage||Indonesia Crisis||ABC|
|Most Outstanding News / Public Affairs Broadcaster||Maxine McKew||ABC|
|Most Outstanding Public Affairs Program||Foreign Correspondent: Balibo Five||ABC|
|Most Outstanding Documentary / Documentary Series||Miracle At Sea: The Rescue Of Tony Bullimore||ABC|
|Most Outstanding Sports Coverage||1998 Commonwealth Games||9|
|Most Outstanding Sports Broadcaster||Bruce McAvaney||7|
1999 Most Popular Awards
|Gold Logie Most Popular Personality||Lisa McCune – Blue Heelers||7|
|Silver Logie Most Popular Actor||Martin Sacks – Blue Heelers||7|
|Silver Logie Most Popular Actress||Lisa McCune – Blue Heelers||7|
|Silver Logie Most Popular Australian Program||Blue Heelers||7|
|Most Popular New Female Talent||Kimberley Cooper – Home And Away||7|
|Most Popular New Male Talent||Daniel MacPherson – Neighbours||10|
|Most Popular Light Entertainment Program||Hey Hey It’s Saturday||9|
|Most Popular Comedy Program||Hey Hey It’s Saturday||9|
|Most Popular Lifestyle Program||Better Homes and Gardens||7|
NOTE: yes, we know many of the Special Guests are famous for more than what we list. Because this is a historical listing, we’ve tried to show the TV program the person was known for at the time. For example, Roger Moore was known for his TV show The Pretenders in 1972, long before he did the James Bond films.
Last column in the above charts is the television network / station.