‘Fargo’ standout Glynn Turman closing in on first Golden Globes nomination

‘Fargo’ standout Glynn Turman closing in on first Golden Globes nomination
Fresh off his first-ever Critics’ Choice TV nomination, “Fargo” featured player Glynn Turman is gaining momentum at the Golden Globes. In the fourth installment of the acclaimed FX anthology series, the Emmy-winning veteran actor played Doctor Senator, the sage right-hand man to Chris Rock’s leader of a Black crime syndicate in 1950s Kansas City. Though still predicted to miss the final list of nominees, Turman just broke into our top ten contenders in the Globes TV Supporting Actor category.

Turman currently sits in 10th place in our combined odds in this catch-all category up an impressive 12 spots since “Fargo” aired its season finale in November. Always a particularly crowded field because it brings together actors from dramas, comedies, and TV movies and limited series, this year’s supporting line-up boasts an impressive slate of predicted nominees, led by last year’s Emmy winner Dan Levy (“Schitt’s Creek”), Brendan Gleeson
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