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  • Marcus Dixon
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    Jim Parsons, Jon Cryer, Melissa McCarthy, Kathy Bates, Bob Newhart and now Allison Janney have all recently won Emmys for multi-cam (laugh track) sitcoms produced by Chucke Lorre.

    I’m curious, when’s the last time a non-Lorre multi-cam sitcom earned an actor/actress an Emmy?

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    It was Megan Mullally and Leslie Jordan in 2006 who both won for the final season of Will & Grace so I guess Mullally was the last non lorre sitcome show winner to win

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    Marcus Dixon
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    Wow, it’s really been eight years?! Thanks Irishmovielover.

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    moviefan61794
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    Just think…the last time there was a NOMINEE from a multicam sitcom not from Chuck Lorre was Betty White for Hot In Cleveland back in 2011. 

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    KyleBailey
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    Well one reason is he is the only one making sucessful multi camera sitcoms anymore. Besides Hot in Cleveland, most of them don’t last more than a season anymore 

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    24Emmy
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    It was Megan Mullally and Leslie Jordan in 2006 who both won for the final season of Will & Grace so I guess Mullally was the last non lorre sitcome show winner to win

     

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus won that year as well for the first season of The New Adventures of Old Christine.

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    jf123
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    Well, Lorre became an executive producer on Mike and Molly during season 2, and McCarthey won during season 1 but I guess it is still considered a Chuck Lorre show

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    Well, Lorre became an executive producer on Mike and Molly during season 2, and McCarthey won during season 1 but I guess it is still considered a Chuck Lorre show

    Well, if that’s true then I’d still say Melissa McCarthy was the last time. 

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    Marcus Dixon
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    ^That’s something I didn’t know. Thanks for the info.

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    Too many people who try to make a multi cam show have no belief in the form and a just cynical users of it. Lots of people who get deals just aren’t funny at all. It was ridiculous and it make sense that Seth Mcfarlane would produce Dads. When you think people who watch multi cams are dumb how can you write a success or something funny? I think Lorre does respect the form. The worst thing you can have is someone running a multi cam who thinks they can write any crap layer on a laugh track and try to convince people what they are seeing is funny because of the laugh track!

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    I am not sure if it has been mentioned here or implied, but for the last six years, there has been at least one winner from a Chuck Lorre show

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    Because they are the most broad appealing comedies out there, besides “Modern Family”.

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    vinny
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    Alec Baldin and Tina Fey….but I am not sure.

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    Marcus is just asking about multi-camera sitcoms, which usually means ones filmed in front of a studio audience with a laugh track.

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    CHUCK LORRE SITCOMS

    2014

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory)  

    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Melissa McCarthy – Mike & Molly) 

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Allison Janney – Mom)

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Mayim Bialik – The Big Bang Theory)

    Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (Bob Newhart – The Big Bang Theory) 

    2013

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory) 
    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Mayim Bialik – The Big Bang Theory)

    Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (Bob Newhart – The Big Bang Theory)  

    2012

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men) 

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory) 

    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Melissa McCarthy – Mike & Molly)  

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Mayim Bialik – The Big Bang Theory)

    Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (Kathy Bates – Two and a Half Men)

    2011

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory) 

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Johnny Galecki – The Big Bang Theory) 

    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Melissa McCarthy – Mike & Molly)  

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men) 

    2010

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory) 

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men) 

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Holland Taylor – Two and a Half Men) 

    Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (Christine Baranski – The Big Bang Theory)

    Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (Jane Lynch – Two and a Half Men)

    2009

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory)

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Charlie Sheen – Two and a Half Men)

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men) 

    Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (Christine Baranski – The Big Bang Theory)

    2008 -> last year without an acting win for a Chuck Lorre sitcom (six years ago)

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Charlie Sheen – Two and a Half Men)

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men) 

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Holland Taylor – Two and a Half Men) 

    2007

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Charlie Sheen – Two and a Half Men)

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men) 

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Holland Taylor – Two and a Half Men) 

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Conchata Ferrell – Two and a Half Men) 

    2006
    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Charlie Sheen – Two and a Half Men)

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men) 

    Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (Martin Sheen – Two and a Half Men) 

    NON-CHUCK LORRE MULTICAM SITCOMS

    2011 -> last year with an acting nomination for a non-Chuck Lorre multicam sitcom (three years ago)

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Betty White – Hot in Cleveland)

    2010

    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus – The New Adventures of Old Christine) 

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Neil Patrick Harris – How I Met Your Mother)

    2009

    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus – The New Adventures of Old Christine) 

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Neil Patrick Harris – How I Met Your Mother)

    2008

    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus – The New Adventures of Old Christine) 

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Neil Patrick Harris – How I Met Your Mother)

    2007

    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus – The New Adventures of Old Christine) 

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Neil Patrick Harris – How I Met Your Mother)

    2006 -> last year with an acting win for a non-Chuck Lorre multicam sitcom (eight years ago)

    Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Kevin James – The King of Queens)
    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus – The New Adventures of Old Christine) 

    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Stockard Channing – Out of Practice)
    Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Debra Messing – Will & Grace)
    Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Sean Hayes – Will & Grace

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Megan Mullally – Will & Grace) 

    Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (Leslie Jordan – Will & Grace)

    Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (Alec Baldwin – Will & Grace)

    Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (Blythe Danner – Will & Grace)

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