set an Emmy record with his seventh Best Supporting Actor nomination, but the “Game of Thrones
” star can get another one in September. If he wins, he’d tie Aaron Paul
”) with a leading three victories in the category.
Paul won his trio every other year in 2010, 2012 and 2014, out of five nominations, beating Dinklage twice. Dinklage took home his first statuette in 2011, for “Game of Thrones
”‘ first season and when “Breaking Bad
” was ineligible, and his second in 2015. Paul and Dinklage have combined to win five of the eight drama supporting actor Emmys since 2010.
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After missing last year’s cycle due to the series’ extended hiatus, Dinklage returned this year to maintain his perfect nomination streak for every season of “Game of Thrones
.” He’s currently in second place in our