10 Amazing TV Actors You Won't Believe Have Never Won an Emmy
Television is overcrowded with amazing and versatile actors, so sometimes even the most beloved performers don't get Emmy love. You might think certain TV vets have Emmys on their shelves, but you'd be surprised to learn there are definitely some deserving performers who have never won. Here are 10 people who it's hard to believe don't have Emmys.
"Nashville," "American Horror Story," "Friday Night Lights." Connie Britton has made some darn good TV shows and has four nominations, but no wins. What would Tami Taylor say?
Cox played the iconic Monica Geller for ten seasons and she didn't even get so much as a nomination. Not cool. At least she got a Daytime Emmy nod for "The Celebrity Name Game" in 2017... OK, that doesn't really make up for the snub.
Alexander earned seven nominations for his epic portrayal of George Constanza and one for a guest spot on "Dream On." Unfortunately, he couldn't beat his co-star Michael Richards' scene-stealing Kramer and David Hyde Pierce's Niles Crane over the years.
Laurie's tough and apathetic Dr. House never earned him an Emmy despite numerous nominations. Laurie also lost out for "The Night Manager" and his "Veep" guest starring role. There's always next year? He's signed up for the upcoming "Catch-22" miniseries.
Michael K. Williams
Williams may have played a great character on one of the best dramas of all time, "The Wire," but guess what? That show never even a nomination. "Vice," "The Night Of," and "Bessie" did though, but he hasn't gone home with a trophy. Yet.
Steve Carell never got an Emmy for playing Michael Scott so... basically nothing in this world makes sense.
Here's a disturbing mystery fit for Jessica Fletcher: Why doesn't Angela Lansbury have an Emmy? She has 18 nominations.
Nick Offerman wasn't even nominated for bringing "Parks and Rec's" Ron Swanson to curmudgeonly life. Maybe his charming co-hosting duties on the crafting competition series "Making It" will get recognized someday?
Despite scene-stealing comedy on both "SNL" and "30 Rock," Morgan hasn't come up victorious yet. How's he ever going to EGOT with that track record?
"Scandal" wrapped earlier in 2018, and Kerry has no Emmys to show for it. That is just plain wrong.