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Anthony Anderson’s next Best Comedy Actor nomination could land him in a special but unlucky group

Anthony Anderson’s next Best Comedy Actor nomination could land him in a special but unlucky group

Anthony Anderson has notched six Emmy nominations in a row for Best Comedy Actor for his performance as Andre “Dre” Johnson on the ABC family comedy “Black-ish.” Predicted to land No. 7 this year in a field that is much more open than it has been in the past because of the Covid-19 pandemic, which unfortunately delayed production on a lot of shows around the globe, Anderson is currently sitting in third place in Gold Derby’s combined odds.

Anderson is trailing “Ted Lasso” star Jason Sudeikis, who has already earned a Golden Globe, a Critics Choice and a Screen Actors Guild award for his performance in the sports-centric Apple TV+ comedy. Michael Douglas of Netflix’s “The Kominsky Method” sits between Sudeikis and Anderson in second place, while Kenan Thompson (“Kenan”), Ted Danson (”Mr. Mayor”) and Ralph Macchio (“Cobra Kai”) round out the top six in the category.

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