Special Report

Most Popular Emmy Winning Actors

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5. Anne Hathaway
> Actor’s age: 36
> Total Emmy nominations: 2
> Total Emmy wins: 1

Anne Hathaway first appeared on television in the short-lived series “Get Real” in 1999. Since then, she has become one of cinema’s biggest stars, starting with her breakthrough role in the “Princess Diaries” in 2001. She has won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and an Emmy. Hathaway got the Emmy statue for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance as Princess Penelope in the long-running animated sitcom “The Simpsons” in 2010.

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4. Seth MacFarlane
> Actor’s age: 45
> Total Emmy nominations: 23
> Total Emmy wins: 5

Seth MacFarlane has earned 23 Emmy nominations throughout his career for his involvement in programs such as “Family Guy,” “American Dad!,” and even “COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey,” on which he was an executive producer. All five of MacFarlane’s Emmy wins, however, have been for “Family Guy,” and four of those were for his work as a voice actor.

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3. Al Pacino
> Actor’s age: 79
> Total Emmy nominations: 3
> Total Emmy wins: 2

Al Pacino is best known for his movie roles — including those in “The Godfather” (1972), “Serpico” (1973), and “Dog Day Afternoon” (1975) — though the Academy Award-winning actor has also made his mark on television. Pacino has won two Emmys. One in 2004, for his work on the HBO miniseries “Angels in America,” and a second six years later for his performance as the controversial Jack Kevorkian in the TV movie “You Don’t Know Jack.”

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2. Bruce Willis
> Actor’s age: 64
> Total Emmy nominations: 3
> Total Emmy wins: 2

Before he became an action-film icon, Bruce Willis starred in the ABC television series “Moonlighting,” for which he was nominated for two Emmy awards. He’s won two Emmys so far. The first in 1986, for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, and the second in 2000 for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as Paul Stevens in “Friends.”

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1. Jennifer Aniston
> Actor’s age: 50
> Total Emmy nominations: 6
> Total Emmy wins: 1

Jennifer Aniston rocketed to fame as part of the youthful ensemble on the sitcom “Friends,” where she won her only Emmy thus far in 2002. Aniston, who has also carved out a successful career in motion pictures, has been nominated five times for an Emmy for her work on “Friends” and once for her appearance on “30 Rock.”

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