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Gillian Anderson Wins Her First Emmy Award In 24 Years For Her Role In The Crown

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Gillian Anderson Wins Her First Emmy Award In 24 Years For Her Role In The Crown

Gillian Anderson has won her first Emmy Award in 24 years for her role as Margaret Thatcher in The Crown.

The star won the gong for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama, beating out the likes of Helena Bonham Carter, Emerald Fennell, Ann Dowd, Yvonne Strahovski, Samira Wiley, Madeline Brewer, and Aunjanue Ellis.

She accepted her award from London and thanked her co-stars on The Crown as well the show's creator, Peter Morgan, and Netflix.

Ms Anderson dedicated her award to her former manager Connie Freiberg, as she said Connie 'believed in me when no one else would'.

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It's her first Emmy in 24 years, after she won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for her work as agent Dana Scully on The X-Files.

Gillian has been nominated for en Emmy Award six times.

Topics: Gillian Anderson, Entertainment, TV and Film

Stewart Perrie
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