With nominations coming on Thursday (July 16) morning, can Bryan Cranston hold off Jon Hamm and Hugh Laurie in Emmy's most competitive category?
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Anthony LaPaglia, 'Without a Trace'
Anthony LaPaglia, "Without a Trace"
Nomination Status: Unlikely
Bottom Line: LaPaglia, long one of TV's finer actors, has only been nominated once for his work on "Without a Trace," which seems like a bit of a travesty to us, but with this category, how can you quibble? Since this was the last season of "Without a Trace," it'll be the Academy's last chance to recognize LaPaglia, not like they've been anxious to do so since 2004.