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  • 24Emmy
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    #303284

    Here’s a list of the actors that have won all the major TV Awards for playing the same character . . .

    Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
    Emmy — 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014
    Globe — 2013
    SAG — 2012, 2013
    Critics — 2012, 2013
    TCA — 2009

    Claire Danes, Homeland

    Emmy — 2012, 2013
    Globe — 2011, 2012
    SAG — 2012
    Critics — 2012
    TCA — 2012

    Tina Fey, 30 Rock
    Emmy — 2008
    Globe — 2007, 2008
    SAG — 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012
    Critics — 2011
    TCA — 2008

    Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
    Emmy — 2011, 2014
    Globe — 2009
    SAG — 2009, 2010
    Critics — 2011
    TCA — 2010

    One Award away (still eligible):
    Ty Burrell (missing Globe)
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus (missing Globe)
    Jim Parsons (missing SAG)
    Jeffrey Tambor (missing TCA)

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    Riley
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    #303286

    Claire Danes and Bryan Cranston are the only listed above with Satellite Awards for their roles.

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    KT
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    Don’t worry about Bryan Cranston.  He’s gon win the Globe this year.  Breaking Bad will win for its final season this January.  A strange occurrence for the Globes, I know, but they love hype, they love the “it” show, and they know they’re really embarrassingly late to the game for this show.

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    24Emmy
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    ^ Yeah, I’m predicting Bryan Cranston to win the Golden Globe, but there’s a chance HFPA awards Kevin Spacey instead.

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    drenja
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    #303289

    Spacey will have at least few more season here and one of them will result as win. To ignore Cranston would be shame because it probably is one of the if not the best character ever on TV.

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    SaraR
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    #303290

    I thought Boomer said it was pretty much a foregone conclusion that
    they’d award Spacey this year. I don’t know, I never got the feeling
    that the HFPA was that incredibly “wowed” by Breaking Bad. Has Aaron
    Paul ever even been nominated?

    (Also Claire Danes got her GG for Homeland in 2012 and 2013.)

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    drenja
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    #303291

    Aaron Paul was never nominated and his snub was huge shock last year. Hopefuly he can get in now.

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    Gabriel
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    #303292

    Don’t worry about Bryan Cranston.  He’s gon win the Globe this year.

    He might not though, and to be honest, it’s the golden globes, so who cares.

    He has three Emmys (maybe 4 next year), so I don’t think he’s going to lose any sleep if he doesn’t ever win a GG.

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    Chris Beachum
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    Globe voters really don’t seem to like Breaking Bad. They have seemingly been guilted into putting into the Drama Series race last year and Bryan Cranston the past three. I feel pretty confident Netflix has the funds to make sure Kevin Spacey wins his first ever Golden Globe. Of course, since both of these men produce their shows, the voters could reward one show and a different actor (making sure they both get one).

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    KT
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    I’m still leaning with Cranston, but I understand why a Spacey win could also happen. I don’t really think it matters that Breaking Bad has taken so long to register with the HFPA. Doesn’t mean the show can’t win this year. They have a weird history with awarding television. And they typically go with the hot show of the moment, we know that.

    One thing I will say is that I disagree with the “who cares it’s the Golden Globes” sentiment. I know for people in the industry it is by far the most fun and relaxed of the award shows. The award itself, while not awarded by the industry, still means a lot, especially on the film side where it is typically a stepping stone to the Oscar, by far the most prestigious award in entertainment. It is also a more visible platform than other awards, including the Emmys.

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    CanadianFan
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    #303295

    The SAG, Globes and Critic’s awards are such an embarrassment when it comes to recognizing good television… 

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    24Emmy
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    (Also Claire Danes got her GG for Homeland in 2012 and 2013.)

    Don’t they go by the year of the nominations and not the ceremony?

    last five years:
    Anna Paquin (2008)
    Julianna Margulies (2009)
    Katey Sagal (2010)
    Claire Danes (2011)
    Claire Danes (2012)

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    SaraR
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    [quote=”SaraER”](Also Claire Danes got her GG for Homeland in 2012 and 2013.)

    Don’t they go by the year of the nominations and not the ceremony?

    last five years:
    Anna Paquin (2008)
    Julianna Margulies (2009)
    Katey Sagal (2010)
    Claire Danes (2011)
    Claire Danes (2012)[/quote]

    Oh, I thought you were listing the years in which they won them. But the 2013 Golden Globes are the ones that happened in January 2013.

    http://www.goldenglobes.org/golden-globes-2013/

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    GoMe91
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    #303298

    It’s a good thing Tina Fey won that Critics award when she did because the next 2 years, the Critics completely dropped 30 Rock.
     

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    24Emmy
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    #303299

    Golden Globe winner Bryan Cranston joins the club.

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