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Dec 04, 2019
Most of the recent ones to reach the Triple Crown ended up with also having won each in lead-acting categories.
I don’t know.
Two names, other than specifically Glenn Close, spring to mind: Denzel Washington (Oscar and Tony winner) and Bryan Cranston (Emmy and Tony winner). Denzel needs a television production which gives him the potential. B…[Read more]
DS0816 replied to the topic Daytime Emmys to Combine Younger Actress and Actor Awards Into One Gender Neutra in the forum Daytime TV 1 month ago
I think it is important to distinguish between whether an actor or actress carries a lead or a supporting role.
I am good with guest roles. (I like that in both daytime and prime-time. I wish prime-time would bring back performance categories—more than one—in variety and not make them compete in other fields.)
The categorical levels are gre…[Read more]
My guess: It has to do with generally more opportunity.
Grammy. Oscar. Tony. Emmy. That was the calendar order of their completion here in 2019. Please rank them, for whatever reasons (like with the awards’ outcomes and/or the ceremonies), from 1 to 4. (Thank you!)