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Wilson, Oh nominated for Emmys

July 16, 2009 at 11:04 AM   |   Comments

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LOS ANGELES, July 16 (UPI) -- Kevin Dillon, Neil Patrick Harris, Rainn Wilson, Tracy Morgan, Jack McBrayer and Jon Cryer are the Emmy nominees for supporting actor in a comedy series.

Dillon was nominated Thursday in Los Angeles for "Entourage," Harris for "How I Met Your Mother," Wilson for "The Office," Morgan and McBrayer for "30 Rock," and Cryer for "Two and a Half Men."

The nominees for supporting actress in a comedy series are Kristin Chenoweth of "Pushing Daisies," Amy Poehler and Kristin Wiig of "Saturday Night Live," Jane Krakowski of "30 Rock," Vanessa Williams of "Ugly Betty" and Elizabeth Perkins of "Weeds."

Vying for the Emmy for supporting actor in a drama series are William Shatner and Christian Clemenson from "Boston Legal," Aaron Paul from "Breaking Bad," William Hurt from "Damages," Michael Emerson from "Lost" and John Slattery from "Mad Men."

Nominated for supporting actress in a drama series are Rose Byrne for "Damages," Sandra Oh and Chandra Wilson for "Grey's Anatomy," Dianne Wiest and Hope Davis for "In Treatment" and Cherry Jones for "24."

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