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Anna Gunn wins another Supporting Actress Emmy for 'Breaking Bad'

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On Monday night in Los Angeles, actress Anna Gunn, best known for her portrayal of Skyler White on AMC’s Breaking Bad, won her second consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress for the role.

In her acceptance speech, Gunn had several thank-yous to distribute: “Our amazing producers, our incredible writers, our amazing crew back in New Mexico, and also the most remarkable cast I could have asked to work with,” she said. She also mentioned Bryan Cranston—the ”baddest and best” TV husband, in Gunn’s words—and thanked her parents for “never letting me give up.”

The other five nominees in the category were Downton Abbey’s Joanne Froggatt and Maggie Smith, Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks, The Good Wife’s Christine Baranski, and Game of Thrones’ Lena Headey.

View the full Emmys 2014 winners list here.

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