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Kyle Chandler: Outstanding Actor in Drama Winner

Friday Night Lights actor Kyle Chandler picked up the outstanding actor in drama award during the 2011 Emmys.

“Thank you to the Academy and to the other actors in the category,” Chandler said during his acceptance speech.

The 46-year-old actor beat out Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire), Michael C. Hall (Dexter), John Hamm (Mad Men), Hugh Laurie (House) and Timothy Olyphant (Justified).

Edited: September 18th, 2011

Julianna Margulies: Emmys Best Actress in Drama Winner

The Good Wife’s Julianna Margulies won best actress in the 2011 Emmys Drama category.

The 45-year-old actress Kathy Bates (Harry’s Law), Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights), Mireille Enos (The Killing), Mariska Hargitay (Law and Order: SVU) and Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men).

Margulies also won the Best Actress award last year for her portrayal of Alicia Florrick in The Good Wife.

Edited: September 18th, 2011

Peter Dinklage: Outstanding Supporting Actor in Drama

Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage won the best supporting actor in drama award during the 2011 Emmys.

The 42-year-old took to the stage after Martin Scorsese won for his directorial episode for Boardwalk Empire.

“Wow I followed Martin Scorsese,” said Dinklage. ”My heart is pounding, you are a legend.

Dinklage also thanked HBO during his speech.

“HBO you are quite simply the greatest place to work for. you let artists create and that’s something that’s rare unfortunately.”

Edited: September 18th, 2011

Melissa McCarthy: Best Actress in Comedy Winner

Mike & Molly’s Melissa McCarthy won the Best Actress in Comedy award during the 2011 Emmys.

Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie), Tina Fey (30 Rock), Laura Linney (The Big C), Martha Plimpton (Raising Hope) and Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation) were also nominated.

Before the winner was nominated, all the nominated actresses took the stage!

Edited: September 18th, 2011

Ty Burrell Wins Best Supporting Actor Award

Modern Family’s Ty Burrell won the best supporting actor award during the 2011 Emmys.

The 44-year-old actor gave a heartfelt acceptance speech.

“I actually got a late start in acting and my dad passed away before he saw me perform,” Burrell said. ”And I can’t help but think about what he would think about this.

“Everyday I go to work in full makeup and I think he would be thrilled that I get to work with so many talented people,” he said. “If he were here tonight I think he would say, but why the makeup. I know that he would be in awe of my mom who supported me and in the end, he’d be like, ‘couldn’t you just wear a little powder?’ And I would say, ‘dad just think of me as a very masculine lady’ and he would say “I do, son. I do.”

Edited: September 18th, 2011

Julie Bowen: Emmy’s Best Supporting Actress Winner

Modern Family’s Julie Bowen won the best supporting actress award during the 2011 Emmys Awards.

“I won something,” she said during her acceptance speech.

Bowen also thanked her two husbands – her TV husband, Ty Burrell and her real-life husband Scott Phillips.

The comedic actress beat out Jane Lynch (Glee), Betty White (Hot In Cleveland), Sofia Vergara (Modern Family), Kristen Wiig (Saturday Night Live) and Jane Krakowski (30 Rock).

Edited: September 18th, 2011

Emmy Awards 2010: And The Winners Are…

Modern Family, Breaking Bad, Glee and Mad Men won big at the 62nd Annual Emmy Awards. Check out a complete list after the jump!


Edited: August 29th, 2010

Jim Parsons: Best Actor in Comedy

Jim Parsons won Outstanding Actor in a Comedy at the 62nd Emmy Awards for his role on The Big Bang Theory where he plays  asexual nerd Sheldon Turner.

Parsons beat out Larry David (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Alec Baldwin (30 Rock), Matthew Morrison (Glee), Steve Carell (The Office) and Tony Shalhoub (Monk).

“Now I know how much I didn’t think this was going to happen,” Parsons said during his speech. “Some of you apparently voted for me. That was very sweet.”

This is Parson’s first Emmy.

Edited: August 29th, 2010

Christina Hendricks: Emmy Awards 2010

Christina Hendricks shows of her curves in a Zac Posen dress as she poses on the red carpet at the 2010 Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday (Aug. 29) in Los Angeles.

The Mad Men actress arrived with her husband Geoffrey Arend.

Hendricks was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama, but lost to The Good Wife’s Archie Panjabi.

Sharon Gless (Burn Notice), Christine Baranski (The Good Wife), Rose Byrne (Damages) and Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men) were also nominated.

Edited: August 29th, 2010

Aaron Paul: Best Supporting Actor in Drama

Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul wins a much-deserved Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in Drama.

The 31-year-old was shocked and suprised when his name was called.

“I’m part of a show that I’m so unbelievably thankful for,” Paul said during his acceptance speech. “I’m up here for one reason, and that is because of Vince Gilligan, our creator and showrunner. What he does and what the rest of our brilliant staff of writers do every week is mind-blowing.” He comforted his mother who he knew was crying at home. “Bryan Cranston, to work with you every single day is a dream! I love you, brother, you have no idea!”

Paul beat out John Slattery (Mad Men), Martin Short (Damages), Terry O’ Quinn (Lost), Michael Emerson (Lost) and Andre Braugher (Men of a Certain Age).

Edited: August 29th, 2010

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