Emmys 2016: Ben Mendelsohn wins best supporting actor in a drama | EW.com

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Bloodline's Ben Mendelsohn wins best drama supporting actor at 2016 Emmys

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Bloodline may be headed for the end, but consider this an apt consolation prize.

Ben Mendelsohn, a.k.a. Danny Rayburn, won the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series trophy at the 68th annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The actor was previously nominated for the role in 2015. In the Netflix family drama, Mendelsohn’s Danny wound up involved in drug trafficking before being murdered by his brother John (Kyle Chandler) at the end of the first season. Still, Mendelsohn returned in season 2 in his siblings’ visions, as his disappearance — and the appearance of his son — further unraveled the Rayburn clan.

Mendelsohn beat out Game of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage and Kit Harington, Better Call Saul’s Jonathan Banks, House of Cards’ Michael Kelly, and Ray Donovan’s Jon Voight.

See all the Emmy winners here.