Watch Patricia Arquette, Emilia Clarke and More 2019 Emmy Nominees on 'Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter'

10:20 AM 7/16/2019

by THR Staff

Ted Danson, Bill Hader, Billy Porter, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Michelle Williams, Henry Winkler and more roundtable talent earned 2019 Emmy nominations.

Patricia Arquette in 'Escape at Dannemora'
Patricia Arquette in 'Escape at Dannemora'
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Fourteen actors from the latest season of Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter earned 2019 Emmy nominations for their work in this year's comedy, drama and limited series.

Patricia Arquette earned noms for best actress in a limited series for Escape at Dannemora and best supporting actress in a limited series or television movie for The Act. Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams each received noms for their title roles in FX's Fosse/Verdon, while Bill Hader (Barry) and Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll) picked up acting and writing mentions for their series. Hader also earned a directing nom for his hit HBO comedy series. Phoebe Waller-Bridge nabbed acting and writing noms for Fleabag, and also scored a best drama series nom for her series Killing Eve, starring Sandra Oh.

Watch all the nominated actors on the roundtables below.

  • Patricia Arquette 'Escape at Dannemora,' 'The Act'

    Arquette, who won an Oscar for best supporting actress for Boyhood in 2015, is nominated this year for outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie for Escape at Dannemora and for outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or movie for The Act. She won an Emmy for her leading role on NBC's Medium in 2005, and earned an additional nomination for the role.

  • Alex Borstein 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'

    Borstein won her first two Emmys in 2018 for her supporting role on Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and for her voice-over performance as Lois on Family Guy. She picked up new nominations for both Maisel and Family Guy this year and has two past nominations for her work on the animated series.

  • Don Cheadle 'Black Monday'

    Cheadle, an Oscar nominee (Hotel Rwanda), picked up his ninth Emmy nomination this year for Black Monday. His previously nominated work includes House of Lies, ER, Things Behind the Sun, A Lesson Before Dying and The Rat Pack.

  • Emilia Clarke 'Game of Thrones'

    2019 marks Clarke's fourth and final Emmy nomination for her role in HBO's Game of Thrones.

  • Ted Danson 'The Good Place'

    Danson picked up his fifteenth Emmy nomination this year for his leading role on The Good Place. Danson has two career Emmy wins for his leading role on Cheers. His previously nominated work includes Cheers, Something About Amelia, Damages and The Good Place.

  • Hugh Grant 'A Very English Scandal'

    Grant earned his first Emmy nomination for outstanding lead actor in a limited series or movie for A Very English Scandal.

  • Bill Hader 'Barry'

    Bill Hader picked up five Emmy nominations this year for lead actor, writing, directing and producing Barry and for producing Documentary Now! Hader has two career Emmys for his lead role on Barry and for best animated series for South Park. Hader's past nominated work includes Barry, Saturday Night Live, Documentary Now! and South Park.

  • Natasha Lyonne 'Russian Doll'

    Lyonne picked up three Emmy nominations this year for producing, writing and acting in Russian Doll. She has one previous Emmy nomination for Orange Is the New Black.

  • Niecy Nash 'When They See Us'

    Nash earned her third Emmy nomination for her leading role in When They See Us. She has two previous nominations for her role on HBO's Getting On.

  • Billy Porter 'Pose'

    Porter earned his first Emmy nomination for his leading role in Pose.

  • Sam Rockwell 'Fosse/Verdon'

    Oscar winner Sam Rockwell (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) earned his first two Emmy nominations this year for his leading role in Fosse/Verdon and for serving as a producer.

  • Phoebe Waller-Bridge 'Fleabag,' 'Killing Eve'

    Waller-Bridge picked up four Emmy nominations this year for writing, producing and acting in Fleabag and for producing Killing Eve. She has one previous Emmy nomination for writing Killing Eve.

  • Michelle Williams 'Fosse/Verdon'

    Four time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams earned her first two career Emmy nominations for acting and producing Fosse/Verdon.

  • Henry Winkler 'Barry'

    Winkler earned his sixth career Emmy nomination this year for his supporting role on Barry. He has one Emmy for Barry and his past nominated work includes Happy Days, The Practice, Battery Park and Who Are the DeBolts? [And Where Did They Get 19 Kids?].