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The Emmy Awards: The 55th Annual Emmy Awards

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Episode number: 55x1
Airdate: Sunday September 21st, 2003

Director: (Unknown)
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Guest Stars
Tony ShalhoubTony Shalhoub
As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Monk')
Recurring
James GandolfiniJames Gandolfini
As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (for 'The Sopranos')
Recurring
Edie FalcoEdie Falco
As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series (for 'The Sopranos')
Recurring
Maggie SmithMaggie Smith
As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie (for 'My House in Umbria')
Recurring
Brad GarrettBrad Garrett
As Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Everybody Loves Raymond')
Recurring
Doris RobertsDoris Roberts
As Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (for 'Everybody Loves Raymond')
Recurring
Tyne DalyTyne Daly
As Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (for 'Judging Amy')
Recurring
Gena RowlandsGena Rowlands
As Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie (for 'Hysterical Blindness')
Recurring
Charles S. DuttonCharles S. Dutton
As Winner: Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series (for 'Withour a Trace')
Recurring
Alfre WoodardAlfre Woodard
As Winner: Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (for 'The Practice': episode 'Down the Hatch')
Recurring
David ChaseDavid Chase
As Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (for 'The Sopranos': episode 'Whitecaps')
Recurring
Mitchell BurgessMitchell Burgess
As Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (for 'The Sopranos': episode 'Whitecaps')
Recurring
Robin GreenRobin Green
As Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (for 'The Sopranos': episode 'Whitecaps')
Recurring
Debra MessingDebra Messing
As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (for 'Will & Grace')
William H. MacyWilliam H. Macy
As Winner: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie / Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special (for 'Door to Door')
Joe PantolianoJoe Pantoliano
As Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (for 'The Sopranos')
Ben GazzaraBen Gazzara
As Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie (for 'Hysterical Blindness')
Gene WilderGene Wilder
As Winner: Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Will & Grace': ep 'Boardroom and a Parked Pla)
Christina ApplegateChristina Applegate
As Winner: Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (for 'Friends': ep 'The One with Rachel's Other Sis)
Robert B. WeideRobert B. Weide
As Winner: Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (for 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'" ep 'Krazee-Eyez Killa')
Christopher MisianoChristopher Misiano
As Winner: Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series (for 'The West Wing': episode 'Twenty Five')
Glenn WeissGlenn Weiss
As Winner: Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series (for '56th Annual Tony Awards')
Steven SchachterSteven Schachter
As Winner: Outstanding Directing Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special / Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special (for 'Door to Door')
Tucker CawleyTucker Cawley
As Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (for 'Everybody Loves Raymond': episode 'Baggage')

Featuring
Farrah FawcettFarrah Fawcett
As Herself
Recurring
Main Cast
Conan OConan O'Brien
As Himself
Ellen DeGeneresEllen DeGeneres
As Herself
Garry ShandlingGarry Shandling
As Himself
Wanda SykesWanda Sykes
As Herself
Martin ShortMartin Short
As Himself
Jon StewartJon Stewart
As Himself
George LopezGeorge Lopez
As Himself
Dennis MillerDennis Miller
As Himself
Darrell HammondDarrell Hammond
As Himself
Brad GarrettBrad Garrett
As Himself
Bernie MacBernie Mac
As Himself
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