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‘The Crown’s’ Olivia Colman looks to reign supreme with a pristine 3-for-3 Golden Globe record

‘The Crown’s’ Olivia Colman looks to reign supreme with a pristine 3-for-3 Golden Globe record

Olivia Colman is 0-2 at the Emmys, but she has the reverse record at the Golden Globes: The Oscar winner has never lost a Globe race, winning for her supporting turn in the AMC limited series “The Night Manager” and earlier this year in Best Comedy/Musical Actress for “The Favourite.” And now she can extend that to a 3-for-3 record with a Best TV Drama Actress victory for “The Crown.”

The Brit would be in rarefied air should she maintain her flawless streak. While many actors have gone 2 for 2 at the Globes, including reigning TV drama actress winner Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”), it’s much more difficult to bat 1000 at three-plus nominations for acting. Martin Landau managed to go 3 for 3, prevailing for the second season of “Mission: Impossible” in 1968 and then on the film side for his supporting performances in “Tucker: The Man and His Dream” (1988) and “Ed Wood

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