Sharon Stone would fly into an exclusive group with an Emmy win for ‘The Flight Attendant’

Sharon Stone would fly into an exclusive group with an Emmy win for ‘The Flight Attendant’
Sharon Stone won the Best Drama Guest Actress Emmy for “The Practice” in 2004 and if her guest appearance on “The Flight Attendant” takes flight with voters this year, she could join a select group of stars who’ve won both comedy and drama guest actress categories.

Since the current guest categories were stablished in 1989, only two women have managed to conquer both genres: Cloris Leachman and Elaine Stritch. Leachman nabbed two comedy guest actress statuettes in 2002 and 2006 for “Malcolm in the Middle” and a drama guest actress trophy in 1998 for “Promised Land” (she also won the very first guest actress award — when the category was known as Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series — in 1975 for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” in a tie with “Kojak’s” Zohra Lampert). Stritch has one win in each category for “30 Rock” in 2007 and “Law & Order
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