The recipient of the most Tony nominations by a male actor is Jason Robards Jr., with eight. The star of such classic productions as "Long Day's Journey Into Night," "After the Fall" and "A Moon for the Misbegotten" only won the Tony once, however, for 1959's "The Disenchanted" (left, with Rosemary Harris).
Okay, there's also the fact that he got played by Jason Robards Jr., in one of his classiest performances, in the film version of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's . (Of course nobody made out better in the movie than Woodward, who turned into Robert Redford. Bernstein had to settle for Dustin Hoffman -- a great actor, but you know . . . .)