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Game of Thrones alum Hannah Waddingham wins her first Emmy for her role in Ted Lasso




Game of Thrones is one of the most decorated series in television history. The highly acclaimed series still holds the record for the most number of Emmy Awards won to date. The show’s cast is still winning heaps of praise and awards, showcasing their amazing talent. Actress Hannah Waddingham, who played the famous ‘shame’ nun Septa Unella, recently won her first Emmy Award for her role in Ted Lasso.

Hannah Waddingham was named outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series during the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night for her role as Rebecca Welton on the beloved Apple+ series Ted Lasso.


The actress was tearing up as she got to the stage to accept her award and excitedly shouted out multiple times, underscoring how important the moment was to her. She got especially emotional as she thanked the show’s creator and star, Jason Sudeikis.

Jason, you’ve changed my life with this and more importantly my baby girl’s. Honestly, I’m so privileged to work with you,” Waddingham, 47, said while accepting the award.

The actress also gave a sweet tribute to her parents and all the people in her life who help her.

This single mum wouldn’t be standing here without you,” she said, before pointing the spotlight at her fellow British stage performers: “West End musical performers need to be on screen more. Please give them a chance cause we won’t let you down.”

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