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  • Tavish
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    Here are the list of actors and actresses who won for final season.

    Drama Series.

    Lead Actor:

    2011 / Kyle Chandler / Friday Night Lights / DirecTV (note: first Emmy)
    2014 / Bryan Cranston / Breaking Bad / AMC (note: fourth Emmy)

    Lead Actress:

    1982 / Michael Learned / Nurse / NBC (note: first Emmy for this show)
    1988 / Tyne Daly / Cagney & Lacey / CBS (note: fourth Emmy)
    1991 / Patricia Wettig / Thirtysomething / ABC (note: third Emmy)
    1992 / Dana Delany / China Beach / ABC (note: second Emmy)
    1996 / Kathy Baker / Picket Fences / CBS (note: third Emmy)

    Supporting Actor:

    1980 / Stuart Margolin / The Rockford Files / NBC (note: second Emmy)
    1991 / Timothy Busfield / Thirtysomething / ABC (note: first Emmy)
    1993 / Chad Lowe / Life Goes On / ABC (note: first Emmy)
    1996 / Ray Walston / Picket Fences / CBS (note: second Emmy)
    2006 / Alan Alda / The West Wing / NBC (note: first Emmy for this show)
    2014 / Aaron Paul / Breaking Bad / AMC (note: third Emmy)

    Supporting Actress:

    1982 / Nancy Marchand / Lou Grant / CBS (note: fourth Emmy)
    1993 / Mary Alice / I’ll Fly Away / NBC (note: first Emmy)
    1996 / Tyne Daly / Christy / CBS (note: first Emmy for this show)
    2006 / Blythe Danner / Huff / Showtime (note: second Emmy)
    2014 / Anna Gunn / Breaking Bad / AMC (note: second Emmy)

    Comedy Series.

    Lead Actor:

    1983 / Judd Hirsch / Taxi / NBC (note: second Emmy)
    1984 / John Ritter / Three’s Company / ABC (note: first Emmy)
    1993 / Ted Danson / Cheers / NBC (note: second Emmy)
    2004 / Kelsey Grammer / Frasier / NBC (note: fourth Emmy)

    Lead Actress:

    1999 / Helen Hunt / Mad About You / NBC (note: fourth Emmy)
    2004 / Sarah Jessica Parker / Sex and the City / HBO (note: first Emmy)

    Supporting Actor:

    1983 / Christopher Lloyd / Taxi / NBC (note: second Emmy)
    1984 / Pat Harrington Jr. / One Day at a Time / CBS (note: first Emmy)
    2004 / David Hyde Pierce / Frasier / NBC (note: fourth Emmy)
    2005 / Brad Garrett / Everybody Loves Raymond / CBS (note: third Emmy)

    Supporting Actress:

    1983 / Carol Kane / Taxi / NBC (note: second Emmy)
    2004 / Cynthia Nixon / Sex and the City / HBO (note: first Emmy)
    2005 / Doris Roberts / Everybody Loves Raymond / CBS (note: fourth Emmy for this show)
    2006 / Megan Mullally / Will & Grace / NBC (note: second Emmy; her first Emmy was for first season W&G)
    2009 / Kristin Chenoweth / Pushing Daisies / ABC (note: first Emmy)

    Now we wait patiently, who else will join to the club…

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    Tom
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    I really think it’s going to be Amy Poehler. They’ve welcomed the series back in after one previous nomination, I’m not sure if they’ll award JLD again (though she’s deserving). I think Veep will be awarded elsewhere. 

    I would pick Jon Hamm (I’d love it to happen) but I think he will win in Guest Actor Comedy rather than Lead Actor Drama. 

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    eric123
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    Completely agree with the above. This is Amy Poehler’s to lose (although she has some competition), but I think she will be able to win.

    As for Jon Hamm, his best shot will be in Guest Actor or Drama Series to win. I think Christina Hendricks has the best shot out of the Mad Men cast to win an Emmy because her competition is Lena Headey and Christine Baranski. The former might face split votes between her and Emilia Clarke and the latter doesn’t really have one spectacular submission this year I believe. 

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    The BC 2.0
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    You forgot:
    1966: Dick Van Dyke (Lead Actor) and Mary Tyler Moore (Lead Actress) – The Dick Van Dyke Show
    1968: Bill Cosby (Lead Actor) – I Spy
    1975: Tony Randall (Lead Actor) – The Odd Couple
    1979: Carroll O’Connor (Lead Actor) and Sally Struthers (Supporting Actress) – All in the Family

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    Tavish
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    The BC 2.0, thanks for the update, but I didn’t forget, just started since 1980. Here are info for 1966 – 1979 (in 1966 introduced the division into genres, so I did not take into account early years on Emmy).

    Drama Series.

    Lead Actor:

    1968 / Bill Cosby / I Spy / NBC (note: third Emmy)

    Supporting Actor:

    1976 / Anthony Zerbe / Harry O / ABC (note: first Emmy)

    Comedy Series.

    Lead Actor:

    1966 / Dick Van Dyke / The Dick Van Dyke Show / CBS (note: third Emmy)
    1969 / Don Adams / Get Smart / NBC (note: third Emmy)
    1975 / Tony Randall / The Odd Couple / ABC (note: first Emmy)
    1979 / Carroll O’Connor / All in the Family / CBS (note: fourth Emmy)

    Lead Actress:

    1966 / Mary Tyler Show / The Dick Van Dyke Show / CBS (note: second Emmy)
    1968 / Lucille Ball / The Lucy Show / CBS (note: second Emmy for this show)
    1970 / Hope Lange / The Ghost and Mrs. Muir / ABC (note: second Emmy)

    Supporting Actress:

    1977 / Mary Kay Place / Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman / Syndicated (note: first Emmy)
    1978 / Julie Cavner / Rhoda / CBS (note: first Emmy)
    1979 / Sally Struthers / All in the Family / CBS (note: second Emmy) 

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