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  • BenitoDelicias
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    Carroll O’Connor for All in the Family.

    Ed Asner and Mary Tyler Moore were also nominated for every season of MTM.

    Like Falco and Dreyfus, Asner has done it twice.

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    Foy and Spacey do not qualify because they are not “Actors/Actresses nominated for every season of their shows”.

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    Isn’t this thread for completed shows? However, I agree on Dinklage & Louis-Dreyfus, and I would like to add Wright for next year too.

    Yes, for completed shows. 🙂

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    Betty White and Estelle Getty for The Golden Girls
    Ted Danson for Cheers
    Christine Baranski for Cybill
    Mary Tyler Moore for The Mary Tyler Moore Show
    Frances Conroy for Six Feet Under
    Tina Fey for 30 Rock
    Alec Baldwin for 30 Rock

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    Carroll O’Connor is not correct. For the 1975-76 season it seems as though the submissions for ALL IN THE FAMILY in every category never made it to the academy. I believe someone fell asleep on the job and forgot to deliver or mail them. The only nomination the show got that year was for Outstanding Comedy Series, I’m guessing that category didn’t need submissions? Anyone know more details about that?

    Carroll O’Connor for All in the Family.

    Ed Asner and Mary Tyler Moore were also nominated for every season of MTM.

    Like Falco and Dreyfus, Asner has done it twice.

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    Both Ted Danson in CHEERS and Alan Alda in M*A*S*H managed to snag 11 straight nominations for those shows entire runs. Angela Lansbury in MURDER, SHE WROTE did them one better for all 12 seasons.

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    ChargerFan
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    Wow, thanks everybody!

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    Frances Conroy for Six Feet Under

    She should not count since the first two seasons competed together, she submitted The Pilot, so she has never been nominated for season 2.

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    Like Falco and Dreyfus, Asner has done it twice.

    Falco has done it only with Nurse Jackie, she missed for the first part of season 6, same happened with Gandolfini, both have 6 nominations and not 7. For that part of season 6 Michael Imperioli was the only acting nominee.

    Interestingly enough, Falco do have 7 nomination in the Globes, awards that usually drop the nominees after several seasons, so is very impressive.

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    Is very interesting that there is not a single female that have done it in the drama field in the last 15 years, I think that proves that the female categories are much more stronger and competitive than the male ones on TV.

    Tyne Daly for Judging Amy was the last one to do it, she was nominated 6 times and she won once for season 4, her last nomination was in 2005.
    I think that Robin Wright might be the next woman that is going to achieve that, interestingly she will do it 6 times like Tyne Daly, her best season was also season 4, but she did not won, and unlike Daly I am sure that she is not going to win, so she will be the new Angela Lansbury in that case.

    Blythe Danner for Huff, Kathy Bates for Harry’s Law and Claire Foy for The Crown does not count because is very easy to achieve it two times. The guest nomination of Viola Davis does not count for obvious reasons.

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    She should not count since the first two seasons competed together, she submitted The Pilot, so she has never been nominated for season 2.

    I contend that she was nominated for the first two seasons and that her submission was the pilot.

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    Does Jessica Lange count?

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    Ivo Stoyanov
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    Does Jessica Lange count?

    No, like Riley said, she has not been nominated for every season, because there are 8. It would not be fair to Maggie Smith or Christine Baranski that missed only once for the entire run of their shows.

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    These come to mind:

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