Maya Rudolph (‘Big Mouth’) wins 1st ever Emmy Award and still has 2 more chances this weekend

Maya Rudolph (‘Big Mouth’) wins 1st ever Emmy Award and still has 2 more chances this weekend
Maya Rudolph was declared the winner of her first ever Emmy Award on Thursday evening’s Creative Arts virtual webcast. The triumph is for Best Character Voice-Over Performance on the Netflix animated series “Big Mouth.” Prior to 2020, she had received two nominations for her guest role on “The Good Place” and another as guest host on “Saturday Night Live.”

She actually has a total of three Emmy nominations this year, bringing her career total to six. She still has two more chances this weekend, once again for “The Good Place” and for her recurring performance as Senator Kamala Harris on “SNL.” That puts her in twice for Best Comedy Guest Actress, something that has never happened before for a guest category.

SEEMaya Rudolph Interview: ‘SNL,’ ‘The Good Place,’ ‘Big Mouth

In our recent webchat shortly after nominations were announced, she revealed, “It was extra sweet because it was the day after my birthday.
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