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Emmy - Notable Historical Events

Jane WyattApr 15, 1958

Mary Tyler MooreMay 25, 1964

Michael J FoxSep 21, 1986

Bruce WillisSep 20, 1987

seinfeldSep 19, 1993

Mariska HargitayAug 27, 2006

Bryan CranstonAug 29, 2010

Claire DanesSep 23, 2012

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Emmy - Historical Events
Date Event
1949-01-25

1st Emmy Awards: Shirley Dinsdale & Pantomime Quiz (KTLA) win

1950-01-27

2nd Emmy Awards: Ed Wynn Show & Texaco Star Theater win

1951-01-23

3rd Emmy Awards: Alan Young Show, Alan Young & Gertrude Berg win

1952-02-18

4th Emmy Awards: Red Skelton, Sid Caesar & Imogene Coca win

1953-02-05

5th Emmy Awards: I Love Lucy, Thomas Mitchell & Helen Hayes win

1954-02-11

6th Emmy Awards: I Love Lucy, Donald O'Connor & Eve Arden win

1955-03-07

7th Emmy Awards: Make Room for Daddy, Danny Thomas & Loretta Young win

1956-03-17

8th Emmy Awards: Ed Sullivan Show, Phil Silvers Show & Lucy Ball win

1957-03-16

9th Emmy Awards: Phil Silvers Show, Robert Young & Loretta Young win

1958-04-15

10th Emmy Awards: Gunsmoke, Robert Young & Jane Wyatt win

1959-03-06

11th Emmy Awards: Playhouse 90, Jack Benny Show, Raymond Burr win

1960-06-20

12th Emmy Awards: Playhouse 90, Robert Stack & Jane Wyatt win

1961-05-16

13th Emmy Awards: Jack Benny Show, Raymond Burr & Barbara Stanwyck win

1962-05-22

14th Emmy Awards: Bob Newhart Show, E G Marshall & Shirley Booth win

1963-05-26

15th Emmy Awards: Dick Van Dyke Show, E G Marshall & Shirley Booth win

1964-05-25

16th Emmy Awards: Dick Van Dyke Show, Dick Van Dyke & Mary Tyler Moore win

1965-09-12

17th Emmy Awards: Dick Van Dyke Show & Dick Van Dyke win

1966-05-22

18th Emmy Awards: Fugitive, Dick Van Dyke & Mary Tyler Moore win

1967-06-04

19th Emmy Awards: Mission Impossible, Monkees, Don Knotts & Lucy Ball win

1967-06-04

Monkees take home an Emmy for their Outstanding comedy Series

1968-05-19

20th Emmy Awards: Get Smart, Mission Impossible & Barbara Bain win

1969-06-08

21st Emmy Awards: Get Smart, Don Adams & Susan St James win

1970-06-07

22nd Emmy Awards: Marcus Welby, Robert Young & Susan Hampshire win

1971-05-09

23rd Emmy Awards: All in the Family, Jack Klugman & Jean Stapleton win

1972-05-14

24th Emmy Awards: All in the Family, Carrol O'Conner & Jean Stapleton win

1973-05-20

25th Emmy Awards: Waltons, All in the Family & Mary Tyler Moore win

1973-05-22

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1974-05-28

26th Emmy Awards: MASH, Alan Alda & Mary Tyler Moore win

1974-05-28

Emmy 1st Daytime Award presentation

1974-09-04

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1975-05-15

Emmy 2nd Daytime Award & Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1975-05-19

27th Emmy Awards: Mary Tyler Moore Show, Robert Blake & Jean Marsh win

1976-05-11

Emmy 3rd Daytime Award presentation

1976-05-15

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1976-05-17

28th Emmy Awards: Mary Tyler Moore Show, Jack Albertson & M Learned win

1977-05-12

Emmy 4th Daytime Award presentation

1977-09-10

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1977-09-10

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1977-09-11

29th Emmy Awards: Mary Tyler Moore Show, Carroll O'Conner & Bea Arthur win

1977-11-06

1st Emmy Sports Award presentation

1978-06-07

Emmy 5th Daytime Award presentation

1978-09-17

30th Emmy Awards: All in the Family, Ed Asner & Sada Thompson win

1979-02-11

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1979-02-13

2nd Emmy Sports Award presentation

1979-05-17

Emmy 6th Daytime Award presentation

1979-09-09

31st Emmy Awards: Taxi, Lou Grant, Ron Leibman & Ruth Gordon win

1980-03-06

Emmy 7th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 1st time

1980-03-14

3rd Emmy Sports Award presentation

1980-04-13

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1980-09-06

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1980-09-07

32nd Emmy Awards: Taxi, Lou Grant, Ed Asner & Barbara Bel Geddes win. Notable for going ahead despite 51 of the 52 nominated performers boycotting the event due to a a strike by members of the Screen Actors Guild.

1981-03-19

-21] Emmy 8th Daytime Awards - Susan Lucci loses for 2nd time

1981-04-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1981-09-12

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1981-09-13

33rd Emmy Awards: Taxi, Hill St Blue, Judd Hirsh & Isabel Sanford win

1981-12-15

4th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1982-03-01

5th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1982-06-08

Emmy 9th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 3rd time

1982-09-19

34th Emmy Awards: Hill St Blue, Barney Miller, Alan Alda & Carol Kane win

1982-10-17

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1983-06-06

Emmy 10th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 4th time

1983-09-12

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1983-09-13

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1983-09-25

35th Emmy Awards: Hill St Blue, Cheers, Ed Flanders & Shelley Long win

1983-11-30

6th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1984-06-27

Emmy 11th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 5th time

1984-08-30

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1984-09-16

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1984-09-23

36th Emmy Awards: Hill St Blue, Cheers, John Ritter & Tyne Daly win

1985-08-01

Emmy 12th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 6th time

1985-08-12

7th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1985-08-29

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1985-09-22

37th Emmy Awards: Cagney & Lacey, Cosby Show & Tyne Daly win

1986-07-17

Emmy 13th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 7th time

1986-08-27

38th Emmy Awards presentation - Golden Girls and Cagney & Lacey dominate

1986-09-21

38th Emmy Awards: Golden Girls, Cagney & Lacey & Michael J Fox win

1987-06-30

Emmy 14th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 8th time

1987-09-08

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1987-09-20

39th Emmy Awards: LA Law, Bruce Willis & Sharon Gless win

1987-09-29

8th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1988-06-29

Emmy 15th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 9th time

1988-07-13

9th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1988-08-28

40th Emmy Awards: 30something, Wonder Years & Richard Kiley win

1989-04-10

10th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1989-06-29

Emmy 16th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 10th time

1989-09-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1989-09-17

41st Emmy Awards: LA Law, Cheers, Dana Delany & Candice Bergen win

1989-09-17

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1990-04-23

11th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1990-06-28

17th annual Daytime Emmy Awards

1990-06-28

Emmy 17th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 11th time

1990-09-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1990-09-15

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1990-09-16

42nd Emmy Awards: LA Law, Murphy Brown, Peter Falk & Patricia Wettig win

1991-04-03

12th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1991-06-27

Emmy 18th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 12th time

1991-08-24

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1991-08-25

43rd Emmy Awards: LA Law, Cheers, Kirstie Alley & Patricia Wettig win

1991-09-11

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1992-06-23

Emmy 19th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 13th time

1992-08-31

44th Emmy Awards: Northern Exposure, Christopher Lloyd & Dana Delane win

1993-04-13

14th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1993-05-26

Emmy 20th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 14th time

1993-09-19

45th Emmy Awards: seinfeld, Picket Fences & Ted Danson win

1994-04-19

15th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1994-05-25

Emmy 21st Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci not nominated

1994-09-11

46th Emmy Awards: Fraiser, Picket Fences & Kelsey Grammer win

1995-04-25

16th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1995-05-19

Emmy 22nd Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 15th time

1995-09-10

47th Emmy Awards: NYPD Blue, ER, Fraiser & Candice Bergen win

1996-05-22

Emmy 23rd Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 16th time

1996-09-08

48th Emmy Awards: ER, Dennis Franz & Kathy Baker win

1997-05-21

Emmy 24th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 17th time

1997-09-07

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1997-09-10

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1997-09-14

49th Emmy Awards: Law & Order, Frasier, Dennis Franz & Gillian Anderson win

1998-09-13

50th Emmy Awards: The Practice, Frasier, Andre Braugher & Christine Lahti win

1999-05-21

All My Children star Susan Lucci finally wins a Daytime Emmy after being nominated 19 times, the longest period of unsuccessful nominations in television history

1999-09-12

51st Emmy Awards: The Practice, Ally McBeal, Dennis Franz & Edie Falco win

2000-09-10

52nd Emmy Awards: The West Wing, Will & Grace, James Gandolfini & Sela Ward win

2001-11-04

53rd Emmy Awards: The West Wing, Sex and the City, James Gandolfini & Edie Falco win

2002-09-22

54th Emmy Awards: The West Wing, Friends, Michael Chiklis & Allison Janney win

2003-09-21

55th Emmy Awards: The West Wing, Everybody Loves Raymond, James Gandolfini & Edie Falco wins

2004-09-19

56th Emmy Awards: The Sopranos, Arrested Development, James Spader & Allison Janney win

2005-09-18

57th Emmy Awards: Lost, Everybody Loves Raymond, James Spader & Patricia Arquette win

2006-08-27

58th Emmy Awards: 24, The Office, Kiefer Sutherland & Mariska Hargitay win

2007-09-16

59th Emmy Awards: The Sopranos, 30 Rock, James Spader & Sally Field win

2008-09-21

60th Emmy Awards: Mad Men, 30 Rock, Bryan Cranston & Glenn Close win

2009-09-20

61st Emmy Awards: Mad Men, 30 Rock, Bryan Cranston & Glenn Close win

2010-08-29

62nd Emmy Awards: Mad Men, Modern Family, Bryan Cranston & Kyra Sedgwick win

2011-09-18

63rd Emmy Awards: Mad Men, Modern Family, Kyle Chandler & Julianna Margulies win

2012-09-23

64th Emmy Awards: Homeland, Modern Family, Damian Lewis & Claire Danes win

2013-09-22

65th Prime time Emmy Awards: Breaking Bad and Modern Family win

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Emmy - Notable Birthdays

Doris RobertsNov 4, 1930

Steve SabolOct 2, 1942

Emmy - Birthdays
Date Event
1829-11-15

Emmy von Rhoden, Ilsa

1860-9-20

Viktor Rákosi, Emmy

1873-04-13

Emmy Schønfeld, Häxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages

1873-06-09

Emmy Albiin, Kvarnen

1875-05-03

Emmy Worm-Müller, Bondefangeri i Vaterland

1876-03-02

Emmy Wyda, The Last Laugh

1877-06-02

Emmy Raabe-Burg, The Missing Woman

1878-02-26

Emmy Destinn, The Lion's Bride

1882-03-23

Emmy Noether, German mathematician (d. 1935)

1889-08-01

Emmy Lynn, The Torture of Silence

1891-08-26

Emmy van Lokhorst, Dutch author

1893-08-19

Alfred Lunt, Milwaukee WI, Broadway actor (Emmy 1965)

1897-07-28

Emmy Arbous, [Emilia J Henke], Dutch actress (Little Rascal)

1897-07-28

Emmy Arbous, De cabaret-prinses

1903-02-22

Emmy Burg, Die Laubenpieper

1914-01-22

Emmy Loose, Unsterblicher Mozart

1918-9-20

Hank Rieger, The 31st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

1919-08-04

Emmy Lopes Dias, Pinkeltje

1926-02-22

Bud Yorkin, producer (All in the Family, 1959, 1960 Emmy)

1928-01-10

Donald Brooks, fashion designer (Emmy 1983)

1928-05-26

Jack Kevorkian, The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards

1930-11-04

Doris Roberts, St Louis Mo, actress (Angie, Maggie, Emmy 1983)

1930-11-30

Jonathan Dunn-Rankin, The 40th Annual NATAS PSW Emmy Awards

1938-9-13

Emmy Werner, Die Ausgesperrten

1942-10-02

Steve Sabol, Moorestown New Jersey, filmmaker (35 Emmy awards, founder of NFL Films)

1947-02-05

Darrell Waltrip, The 24th Annual Midsouth Emmy Awards

1948-10-02

Leslie Frankenheimer, Los Angeles, set designer (4 Emmy Awards), (d. 2013)

1951-07-13

Joanne Dillon, The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

1959-12-29

Paula Poundstone, comedienne (Emmy Awards)

1960-09-27

Nick della Casa, British/Brazillian/Argentine cameraman (Emmy Award)

1960-9-08

Nancy Carr, The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

1961-11-03

Jacqueline Ann Pillers, The 26th Annual Midsouth Emmy Awards

1971-07-05

Sal Iacono, The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards

1971-08-28

Sal Masekela, Countdown to the 2006 Primetime Emmy Awards

1971-9-10

Enrique Gutiérrez, The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

1972-05-15

Chad Damiani, The 59th Primetime Emmy Awards

1972-08-30

Diana Cuevas Henderson, The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards

1973-01-03

Caroline Fentress, The 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

1973-04-23

John Lutz, The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards

1974-01-11

Peter Grosz, The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards

1974-12-13

Debbie Matenopoulos, Countdown to the 2006 Primetime Emmy Awards

1975-02-24

Kristin Dos Santos, The 2008 Primetime Emmy Awards

1975-12-08

Ralph Andracchio, The 55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

1977-03-25

Stephen Bender, The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards

1981-08-11

Kimble Christian, The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards

1982-05-18

Emmy Robbin, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

1982-05-22

Jessica Moore, The 40th Annual NATAS PSW Emmy Awards

1983-03-21

Walter Costescu, The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards

1986-09-12

Emmy Rossum, American actress and singer

1986-9-12

Emmy Rossum, Pilot

1986-9-21

Samantha Smith, The 26th Annual Midsouth Emmy Awards

1987-05-28

Nicholas Nordfors, The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards

1988-01-16

Emmy Yu, The Joy Luck Club

1991-04-09

Emmy Frevele, Masked

1991-9-25

Emmy Clarke, Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus

Emmy - Notable Weddings

Hermann GoeringApr 10, 1935

William ShockleyNov 23, 1955

Emmy - Weddings
Date Event
1935-04-10

Politician Hermann Goering (42) weds Emmy Sonnemann (42) in Berlin

1955-11-23

Physicist William Shockley (45) weds psychiatric nurse Emmy Lanning

1994-08-27

TV executive Anthony Radziwill (35) weds Emmy Award-winning journalist Carole Di Falco (31) in East Hampton, New York

2006-06-25

Emmy-winning "Medium" actress Patricia Arquette (38) weds actor Thomas Jane (37) at the Palazzo Contarini in Venice, Italy

Emmy - Divorces
Date Event
2010-12-28

Film and record company executive Justin Siegel (23) divorces actress-singer Emmy Rossum due to irreconcilable differences after a year-and-a-half of marriage

Emmy - Deaths
Date Event
1885-04-17

Emmy von Rhoden, Ilsa

1923-09-15

Viktor Rákosi, Emmy

1927-07-06

Emmy Raabe-Burg, The Missing Woman

1930-01-28

Emmy Destinn, The Lion's Bride

1935-04-14

Amalie Emmy Noether, German mathematician (b. 1882)

1942-01-22

Emmy Wyda, The Last Laugh

1950-08-23

Emmy Worm-Müller, Bondefangeri i Vaterland

1954-01-11

Emmy Arbous, Dutch actress/cabaret performer (Boefje), dies at 56

1954-01-11

Emmy Arbous, De cabaret-prinses

1956-05-27

Emmy Schønfeld, Häxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages

1959-05-24

Emmy Albiin, Kvarnen

1970-05-27

Emmy van Lokhorst, author, dies at 78

1977-05-01

Emmy Sturm, C.d.E.

1980-04-11

Cousin Emmy, Festival

1982-11-07

Emmy Burg, Die Laubenpieper

1983-07-30

Lynn Fontanne, Broadway's premier actress (Emmy 1965), dies at 95

1987-10-14

Emmy Loose, Unsterblicher Mozart

1990-05-27

Emmy van Swoll, Deel 11

1992-03-06

Emmy Huf, Dutch cabaret performer/writer (I Want Warm Meat), dies

1992-03-17

Jack Arnold, actor/dir (Sid Caeser Special, Emmy 1967), dies at 75

2005-03-25

Emmy Lopes Dias, Pinkeltje

2009-08-30

Emmy Herzog, Emmy - 100 Jahre nie einen Liebeskummer

2010-06-14

Joanne Dillon, The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

2011-02-18

Nancy Carr, The 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

2011-06-03

Jack Kevorkian, The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards

2014-03-05

Hank Rieger, The 31st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

2014-12-02

Jacqueline Ann Pillers, The 26th Annual Midsouth Emmy Awards

2014-12-12

Jonathan Dunn-Rankin, The 40th Annual NATAS PSW Emmy Awards

2016-03-30

Patty Duke, sitcom star and Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe winner, dies aged 69

2016-04-19

Doris Roberts, Emmy-Winning 'Everybody Loves Raymond' Actress, Dies at 90

2017-10-25

Robert Guillaume, Emmy Award winner best known as butler Benson, dies aged 89

2018-01-26

Olivia Cole, Emmy-winning 'Roots' star, dies at age 75


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