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OUSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A

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Comedy Series

Sarah Jessica Parker,

“Sex and the City,” HBO

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Sex and the City”

w 2004 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Sex and the City” (executive producer)

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Sex and the City”

w 2003 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Sex and the City” (executive producer)

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Sex and the City”

w 2002 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Sex and the City” (co-executive producer)

w 2001 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Sex and the City”

w 2001 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Sex and the City” (producer)

w 2000 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Sex and the City”

w 1999 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Sex and the City”

w Total: 10 nominations, 1 win

Patricia Heaton, “Everybody Loves Raymond,” CBS

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Everybody Loves Raymond”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Everybody Loves Raymond”

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Everybody Loves Raymond”

w 2001 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Everybody Loves Raymond”

w 2000 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Everybody Loves Raymond”

w 1999 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Everybody Loves Raymond”

w Total: 6 nominations, 2 wins

Jennifer Aniston, “Friends,” NBC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Friends”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Friends”

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Friends”

w 2001 – Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, “Friends”

w 2000 – Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, “Friends”

w Total: 5 nominations, 1 win

Jane Kaczmarek,

“Malcolm in the Middle,” Fox

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead

Actress in a Comedy Series, “Malcolm in the Middle”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Malcolm in the Middle”

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Malcolm in the Middle”

w 2001 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Malcolm in the Middle”

w 2000 – Outstanding Lead

Actress in a Comedy Series, “Malcolm in the Middle”

w Total: 5 nominations

Bonnie Hunt,

“Life With Bonnie,” ABC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, “Life With Bonnie”

w Total: 1 nomination

DRAMA Series

Edie Falco, “The Sopranos,” HBO

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w 2001 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w 2000 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w 1999 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w Total: 5 nominations, 3 wins

Allison Janney,

“The West Wing,” NBC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead

Actress in a Drama Series,

“The West Wing”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead

Actress in a Drama Series,

“The West Wing”

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series,

“The West Wing”

w 2001 – Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, “The West Wing”

w 2000 – Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, “The West Wing”

w Total: 5 nominations, 3 wins

Jennifer Garner, “Alias,” ABC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “Alias”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “Alias”

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “Alias”

w Total: 3 nominations

Mariska Hargitay, “Law & Order: SVU,” NBC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series,

“Law & Order: SVU”

w Total: 1 nomination

Amber Tamblyn,

“Joan of Arcadia,” CBS

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “Joan of Arcadia”

w Total: 1 nomination

OUTSTANDING

LEAD ACTOR IN A

COMEDY SERIES

Larry David, “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” HBO

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”

w 2004 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (executive producer)

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”

w 2003 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (executive producer)

w 2002 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (executive producer)

w 1996 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Seinfeld” (executive producer)

w 1995 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Seinfeld” (executive producer)

w 1994 – Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Comedy Series, “Seinfeld”

w 1994 – Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Comedy Series, “Seinfeld”

w 1994 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Seinfeld” (executive producer)

w 1993 – Outstanding Individual Writing in a Comedy Series, “Seinfeld”

w 1993 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Seinfeld” (executive producer)

w 1992 – Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Comedy Series, “Seinfeld”

w 1992 – Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Comedy Series, “Seinfeld”

w 1992 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Seinfeld” (executive producer)

w 1991 – Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, “Seinfeld”

w 1991 – Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, “Seinfeld”

w Total: 17 nominations, 2 wins

Kelsey Grammer, “Frasier,” NBC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 2001 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 2001 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Frasier” (executive

producer)

w 2000 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 2000 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Frasier” (executive

producer)

w 1999 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 1999 – Outstanding Comedy Series, “Frasier” (executive

producer)

w 1998 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 1997 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 1996 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 1995 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 1994 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 1992 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Wings”

w 1990 – Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, “Cheers”

w 1988 – Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, “Cheers”

w Total: 16 nominations, 3 wins

John Ritter, “8 Simple Rules,” ABC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “8 Simple Rules”

w 1999 – Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, “Ally McBeal”

w 1988 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Hooperman”

w 1984 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Three’s Company”

w 1981 – Outstanding Lead

Actor in a Comedy Series,

“Three’s Company”

w 1978 – Outstanding Lead

Actor in a Comedy Series,

“Three’s Company”

w Total: 6 nominations, 1 win

Matt LeBlanc, “Friends,” NBC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Friends”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Friends”

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Friends”

w Total: 3 nominations

Tony Shalhoub, “Monk,” USA

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor

in a Comedy Series, “Monk”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, “Monk”

w Total: 2 nominations, 1 win

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

Martin Sheen,

“The West Wing,” NBC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The West Wing”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The West Wing”

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The West Wing”

w 2001 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The West Wing”

w 2000 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The West Wing”

w 1994 – Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, “Murphy Brown”

w 1978 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama or Comedy Special, “Taxi!!!” (“Hallmark Hall of Fame”)

w 1974 – Best Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie of the Week, “The Execution of Private Slovik”

w Total: 8 nominations, 1 win

James Gando
lfini,

“The Sopranos,” HBO

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w 2001 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w 2000 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

w 1999 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The Sopranos”

Total: 5 nominations, 3 wins

Kiefer Sutherland,

“24,” Fox

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “24”

w 004 – Outstanding Drama Series, “24” (co-executive producer)

w 2003 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “24”

w 2003 – Outstanding Drama Series, “24” (producer)

w 2002 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “24”

w Total: 5 nominations

Anthony LaPaglia,

“Without a Trace,” CBS

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “Without a Trace”

w 2004 – Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 2002 – Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w 2000 – Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, “Frasier”

w Total: 4 nominations, 1 win

James Spader,

“The Practice,” ABC

w 2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, “The Practice”

w Total: 1 nomination

MOST EMMYS WON for OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES

w “Hill Street Blues” 4

w “L.A. Law” 4

w “The West Wing” 4

MOST EMMYS WON

for OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES

w “Frasier” 5

w “All in the Family” 4

w “Cheers” 4

w “The Dick Van Dyke Show” 4

MOST EMMYS WON FOR OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA OR COMEDY SERIES

w Carroll O’Connor, “All in the Family,” “In the Heat of the Night” 5

w Michael J. Fox, “Family Ties,” “Spin City” 4

w Dennis Franz, “NYPD Blue” 4

w Don Adams, “Get Smart” 3

w Bill Cosby, “I Spy” 3

w Dick Van Dyke, “The Dick Van Dyke Show” 3

w Peter Falk, “Columbo” 3*

w Kelsey Grammer, “Frasier” 3

w John Lithgow, “3rd Rock From the Sun” 3

w Robert Young, “Father Knows Best,” “Marcus Welby, M.D.” 3

*Mr. Falk also earned an Emmy as best lead actor for portraying Columbo in a TV film in 1975.

MOST EMMYS WON FOR OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA OR COMEDY SERIES

w Candice Bergen, “Murphy Brown” 5

w Mary Tyler Moore, “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” 5**

w Tyne Daly, “Cagney & Lacey” 4

w Helen Hunt, “Mad About You” 4

w Barbara Bain, “Mission: Impossible” 3

w Lucille Ball, “I Love Lucy,” “The Lucy Show” 3***

w Kathy Baker, “Picket Fences” 3

Michael Learned, “The Waltons,” “Nurse” 4

w Jean Stapleton, “All in the Family” 3

w Jane Wyatt, “Father Knows Best ” 3

**Ms. Moore earned a separate Super Emmy for her “MTM Show” role in 1974.

***Ms. Ball also won an Emmy for Best Comedienne in 1953.

Source: Information courtesy of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and Tom O’Neil, host of the award predictions Web site Goldderby.com