Julia Louis-Dreyfus has won her fourth Emmy in a row for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy for HBO's 'Veep,' making a history.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus has won her fourth Emmy in a row for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy for HBO’s ‘Veep,’ making a history.
As per Deadline.com, the win, which ties her with Candice Bergen and Mary Tyler more for most wins ever in the category, follows Veep’s wins in the comedy writing category, which went to Simon Blackwell, Armando Iannucci and Tony Roche, and in the supporting actor category for Tony Hale.
The 54-year-old actress began her acceptance quoting from the show, then jokingly attributing the quote to Donald Trump, before thanking the show’s creator, her costars, and her family.
Other nominees for the category were Edie Falco, Lisa Kudrow for ‘The Comeback,’ Amy Poehler for ‘Parks and Rec,’ current it girl Amy Schumer and Lily Tomlin for the Netflix series ‘Grace and Frankie.’