Actress Uzo Aduba of Netflix's Orange is the New Black proudly accepted the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in A Drama Series.
Aduba, who won an supporting actress Emmy last year for her role in Orange, outlasted Joanne Froggert of PBS’ Downton Abby; two Game of Thrones actresses Emilia Clarke & Lena Headey; Christina Hendricks of AMC’s Mad Men and Christine Baranski of CBS’ The Good Wife for the award.
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