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Laurie Metcalf would be sixth person to get Oscar, Tony and Emmy nominations in one year

Laurie Metcalf would be sixth person to get Oscar, Tony and Emmy nominations in one year

Laurie Metcalf has not won the Triple Crown of Acting yet, but she could become the sixth person to complete a calendar-year collection of Triple Crown nominations if she gets shortlisted at the Emmys next month.

Fresh off an Oscar nomination for “Lady Bird” and a second straight Tony on Sunday, for “Three Tall Women,” Metcalf is back in the Emmy race in two categories: Best Comedy Supporting Actress for “Roseanne” and Best Comedy Guest Actress for “The Big Bang Theory.” Despite “Roseanne”’s dramatic downfall, Metalf, who won three Emmys for the show in the ‘90s, remains in fourth place in our supporting odds. She’s just sitting out in seventh place in guest.

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The first person to get Oscar, Tony and Emmy nominations in the same year was Bob Fosse in 1973 — and he won all of

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