Bradley Whitford won guest actor Emmy for his role as Commander Joseph Lawrence in Hulus's "The Handmaid's Tale" at the end of his second season, in episodes after the end of Emmy Authorization window 2018 were published. The television academy agreed that they could be submitted this year, and with this decision, he now brings his third overall victory from the group. Prior to that, in 2001
He was nominated with Michael McKean ("Better Call Saul"). ), Kumail Nanjiani ("The Twilight Zone"), Glynn Turman ("How To Get Away With Murder") and both Michael Angarano and Ron Cephas Jones of "This Is Us" The first cast member to feature guest actor Emmy for both comedy as well as for drama, having previously won for "Transparent" in comedy. "It's an honor to do that, it means a lot," he said behind the scenes.
Whitford issued a long list of thanks and noted: "Award ceremonies are not an arena of justice. We know that because the Hot Priest was not nominated, "he said, citing the popular figure" Fleabag. "
"I would like to thank Margaret Atwood for giving us a perspective of misogynistic, radical, right-wing ideology in this confusing moment when we see a flooded and undermined talent.
"Despair is not an option. Our children can not afford it. Action is the antidote to despair. Our future is an act of our creation. "