Can Lena Headey be the first non-Dinklage ‘Game of Thrones’ actor to win an Emmy?

Can Lena Headey be the first non-Dinklage ‘Game of Thrones’ actor to win an Emmy?
The final season of “Game of Thrones” made a major splash with the Emmy Awards nominations, garnering a record-breaking 32 bids. Once again, Lena Headey finds herself back in the Best Drama Supporting Actress race, which brings her nomination total to five, making her the second most nominated “Thrones” actor. But could it finally be Headey’s time to be the second “Thrones” actor to win an Emmy?

The only “Thrones” star to have taken home an Emmy is, of course, Peter Dinklage, who is aiming for his record-breaking fourth drama supporting actor statuette this year. He’s the most nominated actor in the cast, earning a bid for all eight seasons. Before this year, Headey was tied with Diana Rigg, who earned four drama guest actress nominations for playing Olenna Tyrell, as the second most nominated cast members.

As Cersei Lannister, Headey had sparse screen time in the show’s final season.
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