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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    Until very very recently, television work was often considered as the ugly step-sister when compared to film and theatre. In fact, notable film performers doing a series was often seen as a “career ender” and “slumming it”.

    I bring this because at the 91st Academy Awards, all four winners could be considered TV stars with all of their most notable work coming in the medium as opposed to their film work.

    • Rami Malek (Mr. Robot)
    • Olivia Colman (Broadchurch, Fleabag, Crown)
    • Mahershala Ali (Luke Cage, House of Cards, Ramy, True Detective)
    • Regina King (227, Boondocks, Southland, Leftovers)

    Malek notably took a season off from his Emmy-winning role in Mr. Robot to film Bohemian Rhapsody, Colman was Emmy eligible in ceremony before (Broadchurch S3) and after (Fleabag) her win, is a darling of British TV and couldn’t Even campaign because of prior commitments filming The Crown, Ali was literally on a HBO drama during that awards season & King was double nominated at all the winter awards for both Beale Street and her cancelled Netflix show.

    What’s even more interesting is throughout the decades, thespians who have won/been nominated for Oscars while appearing on a regular television series (no miniseries or TV movies & show must be actively on air, Adam Driver wouldn’t qualify as Girls had ended it’s run) had remained relevantly stead until the 2010s, when more active TV performers were Oscar nominated than the previous 5 decades combined.

    1960s (2)
    • Patty Duke — The Patty Duke Show
    • Goldie Hawn — Rowan and Martin’s Laugh In

    1970s (2)

    • Cloris Leachman — The Mary Tyler Moore Show
    • John Travolta — Welcome Back Kotter

    1980s (1)

    • Denzel Washington — St. Elsewhere

    1990s (4)

    • Whoops Goldberg — Star Trek: The Next Generation
    • Helen Hunt — Mad About You
    • Judi Dench — As Time Goes By
    • Hilary Swank — Beverly Hills 90210

    2000s (5)

    • Ellen Burstyn — That’s Life
    • Alan Alda — The West Wing
    • Felicity Huffman — Desperate Housewives
    • Helen Mirren — Prime Suspect
    • Mo’Nique — The Mo’Nique Show (talk show)

    2010s (17)

    • Melissa Leo — Treme
    • Melissa McCarthy — Mike & Molly
    • Glenn Close — Damages
    • Matthew McConaughey — True Detective
    • June Squibb — Getting On (+ Girls & Glee)
    • JK Simmons — The Legend of Korra & Ultimate Spider-Man
    • Patricia Arquette — CSI: Cyber
    • Viola Davis — How to Get Away with Murder
    • Mahershala Ali — House of Cards & Luke Cage
    • Allison Janney — Mom
    • Laurie Metcalf — Roseanne & The Big Bang Theory
    • Rami Malek — Mr. Robot
    • Olivia Colman — Broadchurch & Fleabag
    • Mahershala Ali — True Detective
    • Regina King — Seven Seconds & The Big Bang Theory
    • Laura Dern — Big Little Lies
    • Cynthia Erivo — The Outsider
    • Al Pacino — Hunters

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    Regina King was also on American Crime which won her 2 of her 3 Emmys…in case you forgot

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    Regina King was also on American Crime which won her 2 of her 3 Emmys…in case you forgot

    Actually no. The third season of American Crime aired in 2017 and she won the Oscar in 2019.

    FYC Emmys: Helena Bonham Carter (Drama Supporting Actress), Olivia Colman (Drama Actress), Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh (Drama Actress), Fiona Shaw (Drama Supporting Actress), Zendaya (Drama Actress), Alexis Bledel (Drama Guest Actress)

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    Mary Tyler Moore

    Art Carney

    John Travolta

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    You can argue much of Reginas goodwill to win the award came from her American Crime success and Emmy rise so I kinda count that.

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    You can argue much of Reginas goodwill to win the award came from her American Crime success and Emmy rise so I kinda count that.

    Yeah. She definitely was on a super hot streak. She still is actually

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    Mary Tyler Moore

    Art Carney

    John Travolta

    Travolta already in the OP, didn’t include MTM & Carney because while they still had to overcome the TV Stigma of the 1970s, neither of them had any active shows on the air come Oscar time.

    Yeah. She definitely was on a super hot streak. She still is actually

    She’s really been iron hot since Southland and really hasn’t stepped a bad foot forward (even a flop like Seven Seconds still got her an Emmy).

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    That’s why I mentioned American Crime because that is what really lit her up to the point she is now

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    You always have the best statistics lol thank you

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    Sally Field for “Brothers & Sisters”

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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    Sally Field for “Brothers & Sisters”

    Didn’t included as Brothers & Sisters as it was cancelled during the 2010-2011 TV season. Only included thespians who had a a show competing at either the prior Emmy ceremony in September before the Winter wards (Like Malek & King at the 2018 Emmys) or at the following Emmy ceremony after (Ali & Arquette).

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    With the prediction centre now open, three performers in the top 5 could this criteria.

    Delroy Lindo — Da 5 Bloods / The Good Fight (CBS All Access)
    Eli Goree — One Night in Miami / Riverdale (The CW)
    Viola Davis — Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom / How to Get Away with Murder (ABC)
    Zendaya — Dune / Euphoria (HBO)

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    There is also :

    Tom Pelphrey – Mank/Ozark
    Tom Burke – Mank/Strike
    Charles Dance – Mank/The Crown
    Jeremy Strong – The Trial of the Chicago 7/Succession
    Yayha Abdul-Mateen II – The Trial of the Chicago 7/Watchmen
    Olivia Colman – The Father/The Crown
    Jessie Buckley – I’m Thinking of Ending Things/Fargo
    Lily Collins – Mank/Emily in Paris
    Elisabeth Moss – Next Goal Wins/The Handmaid’s Tale
    Fiona Shaw – Ammonite/Killing Eve
    Rachel Brosnahan – The Courier/The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
    Julia Garner – The Assistant/Ozark
    Kerry Washington – The Prom/Little Fires Everywhere
    Nicole Kidman – The Prom/Little Fires Everywhere
    Samira Wiley – Red, White and Water/The Handmaid’s Tale
    Laura Linney – Falling/Ozark
    Camille Cottin – Stillwater/Killing Eve
    Nicholas Hoult – Those Who Wish Me Dead/The Great
    Cherry Jones – The Eyes of Tammy Faye/Succession, The Handmaid’s Tale, Defending Jacob

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", GLENN CLOSE FOR "HILLBILLY ELEGY", ANTHONY HOPKINS FOR "THE FATHER", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    • Hilary Swank — Beverly Hills 90210

    Swank had already left 90210 in early 1998 before Boys Don’t Cry was even made.

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