2012 Emmy Actors and Series Nominations By The Numbers

2012-emmy-nominationsIf you’re a numbers person, then you might like this. The Emmy organization has tallied up all of the current and previous nominations and wins that each show and actor has received.

Larry David has 23 nominations, combining his acting and writing turns for both Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Tina Fey comes in at 2nd with 22 nominations. 30 Rock comes in at a total of 90 total nominations with Mad Men at 85.

Check out the entire list below!

OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES

BOARDWALK EMPIRE, HBO
First eligible year: 2011
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Drama Series: 2011, 2012
Nominations this year: 12
Total: 30 nominations, 8 wins

BREAKING BAD, AMC
First eligible year: 2008
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Drama Series: 2009, 2010, 2012
Nominations this year: 13
Total: 29 nominations, 6 wins

DOWNTON ABBEY, PBS
First eligible year: 2011 (in Miniseries category)
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Drama Series: 2012
Nominations this year: 16
Total: 27 nominations, 6 wins

GAME OF THRONES, HBO
First eligible year: 2011
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Drama Series: 2011, 2012
Nominations this year: 11
Total: 24 nominations, 2 wins

HOMELAND, SHOWTIME
First eligible year: 2012
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Drama Series: 2012
Nominations this year: 9
Total: 9 nominations, 0 wins

MAD MEN, AMC
First eligible year: 2008
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Drama Series: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Year(s) won as Outstanding Drama Series: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Nominations this year: 17
Total: 85 nominations, 15 wins

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

KATHY BATES, HARRY’S LAW, NBC
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Harry’s Law
2012 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series, Two And A Half Men
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Harry’s Law
2010 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie, Alice
2006 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie, Ambulance Girl
2005 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie, Warm Springs
2003 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series, Six Feet Under
2000 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie, Annie
1999 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series, 3rd Rock From The Sun
1999 – Outstanding Directing For A Miniseries Or A Movie, Dash And Lilly
1996 – Outstanding Supporting Actress For A Miniseries Or Special, The Late Shift
Total: 11 nominations, 0 wins

GLENN CLOSE, DAMAGES, FX Networks
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Damages
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Damages
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Damages
2008 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Damages
2005 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Shield
2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie, The Lion In Winter
2002 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series, Will & Grace
1997 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Special, In The Gloaming
1995 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or Special, Serving In Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story
1995 – Outstanding Made For Television Movie, Serving In Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story
1993 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or Special, Skylark (Hallmark Hall Of Fame)
1991 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or Special, Sarah, Plain And Tall (Hallmark Hall Of Fame)
1991 – Outstanding Drama/Comedy Special And Miniseries, Sarah, Plain And Tall (Hallmark Hall Of Fame)
1984 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or A Special, Something About Amelia An ABC Theatre Presentation
Total: 14 nominations, 3 wins

CLAIRE DANES, HOMELAND, SHOWTIME
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Homeland
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie, Temple Grandin
1995 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, My So-Called Life
Total: 3 nominations, 1 win

MICHELLE DOCKERY, DOWNTON ABBEY, PBS
This is Michelle Dockery’s first Emmy nomination.

JULIANNA MARGULIES, THE GOOD WIFE, CBS
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Good Wife
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Good Wife
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Good Wife
2000 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, ER
1999 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, ER
1998 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, ER
1997 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, ER
1996 – Outstanding Supporting Actress For A Drama Series, ER
1995 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series, ER
Total: 9 nominations, 2 wins

ELISABETH MOSS, MAD MEN, AMC
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Mad Men
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Mad Men
2010 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series, Mad Men
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, Mad Men
Total: 4 nominations, 0 wins


OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

HUGH BONNEVILLE, DOWNTON ABBEY, PBS
This is Hugh Bonneville’s first Emmy nomination.

STEVE BUSCEMI, BOARDWALK EMPIRE, HBO
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Boardwalk Empire
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Boardwalk Empire
2008 – Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2004 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series, The Sopranos
2001 – Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series, The Sopranos
Total: 5 nominations, 0 wins

BRYAN CRANSTON, BREAKING BAD, AMC
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Breaking Bad
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Breaking Bad
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Breaking Bad
2008 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Breaking Bad
2006 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Malcolm In The Middle
2003 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Malcolm In The Middle
2002 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Malcolm In The Middle
Total: 7 nominations, 3 wins

MICHAEL C. HALL, DEXTER, SHOWTIME
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Dexter
2011 – Outstanding Drama Series, Dexter
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Dexter
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Dexter
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Dexter
2008 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Dexter
2002 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Six Feet Under
Total: 7 nominations, 0 wins

JON HAMM, MAD MEN, AMC
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Mad Men
2012 – Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Mad Men
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Mad Men
2010 – Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Mad Men
2009 – Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2008 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, Mad Men
Total: 8 nominations, 0 wins

DAMIAN LEWIS, HOMELAND, SHOWTIME
This is Damian Lewis’ first Emmy nomination.

OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES

THE BIG BANG THEORY, CBS
First eligible year: 2008
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Comedy Series: 2011, 2012
Nominations this year: 5
Total: 18 nominations, 2 wins

CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, HBO
First eligible year: 2001
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Comedy Series: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012
Nominations this year: 5
Total: 39 nominations, 1 win

GIRLS, HBO
First eligible year: 2012
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Comedy Series: 2012
Nominations this year: 5
Total: 5 nominations, 0 wins

MODERN FAMILY, ABC
First eligible year: 2010
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Comedy Series: 2010, 2011, 2012
Year(s) won as Outstanding Comedy Series: 2010, 2011
Nominations this year: 14
Total: 45 nominations, 11 wins

30 ROCK, NBC
First eligible year: 2007
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Comedy Series: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Year(s) won as Outstanding Comedy Series: 2007, 2008, 2009
Nominations this year: 13
Total: 90 nominations, 14 wins

VEEP, HBO
First eligible year: 2012
Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Comedy Series: 2012
Nominations this year: 3
Total: 3 nominations, 0 wins

 

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES

ZOOEY DESCHANEL, NEW GIRL, FOX
This is Zooey Deschanel’s first Emmy nomination.

LENA DUNHAM, GIRLS, HBO
These are Lena Dunham’s first Emmy nominations.
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Girls
2012 – Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series, Girls
2012 – Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series, Girls

EDIE FALCO, NURSE JACKIE, SHOWTIME
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Nurse Jackie
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Nurse Jackie
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Nurse Jackie
2008 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2007 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Sopranos
2004 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Sopranos
2003 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Sopranos
2001 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Sopranos
2000 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Sopranos
1999 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, The Sopranos
Total: 10 nominations, 4 wins

TINA FEY, 30 ROCK, NBC
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2012 – Outstanding Special Class – Short Format Nonfiction Program, 30 Rock: Ask Tina
2011 – Outstanding Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2011 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series, Saturday Night Live
2010 – Outstanding Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2010 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series, Saturday Night Live
2010 – Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2009 – Outstanding Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2009 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series, Saturday Night Live
2008 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2008 – Outstanding Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2008 – Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2008 – Outstanding Individual Performance In A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program, Saturday Night Live
2007 – Outstanding Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2007 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2007 – Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2003 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program, Saturday Night Live
2002 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program, Saturday Night Live
2001 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program, Saturday Night Live
Total: 22 nominations, 7 wins

JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS, VEEP, HBO
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Veep
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, The New Adventures Of Old Christine
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, The New Adventures Of Old Christine
2008 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, The New Adventures Of Old Christine
2007 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, The New Adventures Of Old Christine
2006 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, The New Adventures Of Old Christine
1998 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1997 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1996 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1995 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1994 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1993 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1992 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
Total: 13 nominations, 2 wins

MELISSA MCCARTHY, MIKE & MOLLY, CBS
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Mike & Molly
2012 – Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series, Saturday Night Live
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Mike & Molly
Total: 3 nominations, 1 win

AMY POEHLER, PARKS AND RECREATION, NBC
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Parks And Recreation
2012 – Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series, Parks And Recreation
2011 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Parks And Recreation
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Parks And Recreation
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series, Parks And Recreation
2009 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Saturday Night Live
2008 – Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series, Saturday Night Live
Total: 7 nominations, 0 wins

 

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

ALEC BALDWIN, 30 ROCK, NBC
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2011 – Outstanding Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2010 – Outstanding Special Class Programs, 82nd Annual Academy Awards
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2008 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2007 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, 30 Rock
2006 – Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series, Will & Grace
2005 – Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series, Will & Grace
2002 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie, Path To War
2001 – Outstanding Miniseries, Nuremberg
1996 – Outstanding Lead Actor For A Miniseries Or A Special, Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire
Total: 13 nominations, 2 wins

DON CHEADLE, HOUSE OF LIES, SHOWTIME
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, House Of Lies
2003 – Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series, ER
2002 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie, Things Behind The Sun
1999 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie, A Lesson Before Dying
1999 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie, The Rat Pack
Total: 5 nominations, 0 wins

LOUIS C.K., LOUIE, FX NETWORKS
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, Louie
2012 – Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series, Louie
2012 – Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series, Louie
2012 – Outstanding Directing For A Variety Special, Louis C.K. Live At The Beacon Theatre
2012 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special, Louis C.K. Live At The Beacon Theatre
2012 – Outstanding Picture Editing For Short-Form Segments And Variety Specials, Louis C.K. Live At The Beacon Theatre
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, Louie
2011 – Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series, Louie
2011 – Outstanding Picture Editing For A Special (Single Or Multi-Camera), Louis C.K.: Hilarious
2011 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Special, Louis C.K.: Hilarious
2009 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Special, Louis C.K.: Chewed Up
2000 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Program, The Chris Rock Show
2000 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety Or Music Program, Late Night With Conan O’Brien
1999 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety Or Music Program, The Chris Rock Show
1998 – Outstanding Writing For A Variety Or Music Program, The Chris Rock Show
Total: 15 nominations, 1 win

JON CRYER, TWO AND A HALF MEN, CBS
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, Two And A Half Men
2011 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Two And A Half Men
2010 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Two And A Half Men
2009 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Two And A Half Men
2008 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Two And A Half Men
2007 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Two And A Half Men
2006 – Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series, Two And A Half Men
Total: 7 nominations, 1 win

LARRY DAVID, CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, HBO
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2010 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2008 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2006 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2006 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2004 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2004 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2003 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2003 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
2002 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Curb Your Enthusiasm
1996 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1995 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1994 – Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1994 – Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1994 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1993 – Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1993 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1992 – Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1992 – Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1992 – Outstanding Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1991 – Outstanding Writing In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
1991 – Outstanding Writing In A Comedy Series, Seinfeld
Total: 23 nominations, 2 wins

JIM PARSONS, THE BIG BANG THEORY, CBS
2012 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, The Big Bang Theory
2011 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, The Big Bang Theory
2010 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, The Big Bang Theory
2009 – Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series, The Big Bang Theory
Total: 4 nominations, 2 wins

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