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Which current TV star has the best chance of winning an Oscar one day?

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    DamianWayne
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    – Bryan Cranston (Obvious. He might even win on his first go if the role is good enough.)
    – Edie Falco (dump Nurse Jackie already)
    – Kyle Chandler (was in 3 BP nominees in the span of 2 years and has Carol coming up)
    – Tina Fey (another obvious choice. All she needs to do is write something as funny as Mean Girls and shes got it) 

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    Sandra Oh

    Kerry Washington (wishin’ and hopin’)

    Jonathan Jackson (wasted on Nashville)

    I’m gonna co-sign on Fey and Cranston

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    Kyle Chandler
    Bryan Cranston
    Vera Farmiga
    Tina Fey
    Kerry Washington

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    ETPhoneHome
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    What about some of the Boardwalk Empire cast? Buscemi started in film, so he might not count, but Michael K. Williams was in 12 Years and is always solid. Bobby Cannavale was in Blue Jasmine, and is also well-known in the industry.

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    I could totally see Cannavale playing a Joe Pesci type of char in the future, even if he already got close playing Gyp and won an emmy for it, I could see that happening.

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    Jessica Lange
    Sarah Paulson
    Bryan Cranston
    Aaron Paul
    Anna Gunn
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus
    Tina Fey
    Alec Baldwin
    Kerry Washington
    Vera Farmiga
    Freddie Highmore
    Julie Bowen

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    Tina Fey – She’s heavily associated with being a comedy performer for now, but I think she’ll mainly write and can do a great comeback performance when she’s much older.
    Amy Poehler – Same. Equally likely, because I think Poehler is a better actress, but Fey is more industry beloved.
    Bryan Cranston – He’ll get offered all kinds of terrific supporting roles, and honestly now that he’s less busy some Spacey-esque lead movie roles should come around.
    Aaron Paul – He has the benefit of becoming an acclaimed dramatic actor at a young age, so coupled with his talent, he’ll get offered enough great roles over the next many decades that one ought to stick.
    Michael Shannon – He has already had many worthy performances.
    Mads Mikkelsen – He’s basically already getting Oscar-caliber film roles.
    Claire Danes – The win may not be deserved, but they’ll offer her all kinds of stuff when her show ends.
    Jon Hamm – Starting next year he’ll be a movie star/lead forever.
    Edie Falco – Her acting ability can’t be ignored forever. She basically doesn’t have an Oscar because she hasn’t done many big film roles.
    Peter Dinklage – I think this is somewhat inevitable too. The number of well-written parts for him can only increase.
    Michael K. Williams – He’s on Tarantino’s radar, so if he writes him a Waltz-like showy role it should be a shoo-in (he’s an even better actor than Waltz). 
    Louis C.K. – For writing or acting, the awards seem to eat him up.
    Tatiana Maslany – If she gets nominated for something I think she’ll be the trendy name that year and have the boost win in addition to great talent. 
    Aden Young – I think he’ll only get buzzier and based on the show he’s doing he doesn’t seem likely to sell out, he’ll mainly pick interesting projects.
    Walton Goggins – One of the best working actors, who can only become more available for film post-Justified.
    John Slattery – The right kind of supporting role, which should be offered to him more frequently when his show ends.
    Maisie Williams – She’s got her entire life ahead of her, and she’s already this good? 
    Rob James-Collier – For my money he’s the best actor on Downton, he’s a fan favourite character, and he’s one of the youngest in the ensemble. 

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    Peter Dinklage

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    Emmy Rossum- (she has an excellent singing voice, if that My Fair Lady remake ever happens cast her)
    Louis C.K.
    Jon Hamm
    Seth MacFarlane 
    Mads Mikkelsen
    Sarah Paulson
    Robin Wright
     

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    Emmy Rossum- (she has an excellent singing voice, if that My Fair Lady remake ever happens cast her)
    Louis C.K.
    Jon Hamm
    Seth MacFarlane 
    Mads Mikkelsen
    Sarah Paulson
    Robin Wright
     

    ?

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    Emmys2011
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    ^ Why the “?”. I actually think Sarah Paulson is most likely to be a winner in the next ten years. I would add Farmiga and Danes.

    I disagree with those talking about the great ones such as Edie Falco, Michael C. Hall, Brian Cranston, Julianna Margulies for example. All of them have dedicated their careers to tv almost exclusively, and I don´t see that changing (I know C. Hall has done a couple of things lately, but I think it may not expand into big stuff, oscar stuff especially).  The fact that they could easily get an oscar doesn´t mean they are suddenly gonna be in that possition if they never were before. Cranston is doing more and more stuff in movies, but isn´t it odd that the now legendary tv actor is only getting small supporting performances or leads in action films. Aren´t are the amazing dramatic oscar winning roles supposed to be on his way by now? That´s what I find strange with him…..

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    [quote=”TinoPecchia”]Emmy Rossum- (she has an excellent singing voice, if that My Fair Lady remake ever happens cast her)
    Louis C.K.
    Jon Hamm
    Seth MacFarlane 
    Mads Mikkelsen
    Sarah Paulson
    Robin Wright
     

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    Out of all the film work I’ve seen from them. They got the most potential I’ve seen, Mads was great in A Royal Affair , Sarah was great in 12 Years a Slave and Robin was great in The Princess Bride (not the most recent example but still a good one).

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    [quote=”babypook”][quote=”TinoPecchia”]Emmy Rossum- (she has an excellent singing voice, if that My Fair Lady remake ever happens cast her)
    Louis C.K.
    Jon Hamm
    Seth MacFarlane 
    Mads Mikkelsen
    Sarah Paulson
    Robin Wright
     

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    Out of all the film work I’ve seen from them. They got the most potential I’ve seen, Mads was great in A Royal Affair , Sarah was great in 12 Years a Slave and Robin was great in The Princess Bride (not the most recent example but still a good one).[/quote]

     

    I may have misunderstood the question. I’ve never equated these actors as television actors but due to my ignorance I’ll check it out and see just what TV shows they’ve done.

    I’d say all three of these actors have been egregiously overlooked for their film work.

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    [quote=”TinoPecchia”][quote=”babypook”][quote=”TinoPecchia”]Emmy Rossum- (she has an excellent singing voice, if that My Fair Lady remake ever happens cast her)
    Louis C.K.
    Jon Hamm
    Seth MacFarlane 
    Mads Mikkelsen
    Sarah Paulson
    Robin Wright
     

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    [/quote]

    Out of all the film work I’ve seen from them. They got the most potential I’ve seen, Mads was great in A Royal Affair , Sarah was great in 12 Years a Slave and Robin was great in The Princess Bride (not the most recent example but still a good one).[/quote]

     

    I may have misunderstood the question. I’ve never equated these actors as television actors but due to my ignorance I’ll check it out and see just what TV shows they’ve done.

    I’d say all three of these actors have been egregiously overlooked for their film work.

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    Mads is the lead on Hannibal
    Sarah is on American Horror Story
    Robin is in House of Cards on Netflix

    This is their main television work. Hope it helps 

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