Make it an even dozen for Tony Shalhoub.
The Green Bay native scored the 12th Emmy Awards nomination of his acting career on Tuesday morning, and his fourth for "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
Shalhoub is once again nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his portrayal of Abe Weissman in the Amazon Prime dramedy. He won for the same role in 2019 and was nominated in 2020 and 2018.
The series was not in contention for the 2021 awards because the pandemic delayed its production schedule.
Shalhoub's competition this year in the category is Brett Goldstein, Toheeb Jimoh and Nick Mohammed, all from "Ted Lasso"; Anthony Carrigan and Henry Winkler from "Barry"; Tyler James Williams from "Abbott Elementary" and Bowen Yang from "Saturday Night Live."
During a visit to his hometown in May for a film event at The Tarlton Theatre, Shalhoub, 68, talked about playing Abe, crediting "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" writers with the richness of the character.
"Abe, his writers are extraordinary. They're on another level, next level," Shalhoub said during that Green Bay visit. "The layers I think that you see, I mean it all comes from them and the relationships, because 99% of the time acting is a truly collaborative venture. You're feeding off, of course, off the other actors and playing with those other actors. ... When the writing is really, really good, the actor's job is to get out of the way."
Shalhoub, who grew up with nine siblings in Green Bay and graduated from Green Bay East High School, has won four Emmy Awards. In addition to his prior win for "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," he took home Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as Adrian Monk in "Monk" in 2003, 2005 and 2006.
Shalhoub isn’t the only Green Bay native to make the Emmys list.
Patrick Somerville, who attended Green Bay Southwest High School, is nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Anthology Series or Movie for “Station Eleven.” Somerville is the showrunner for the HBO Max sci-fi drama, which earned seven nods.
There is also a De Pere connection.
Margaret Qualley, nominated for Lead Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series for Netflix’s “Maid,” is the daughter of actress Andie MacDowell and Paul Qualley, who grew up in De Pere and played quarterback for the De Pere Redbirds in the 1970s. He was working as a model when he met MacDowell. They married in 1986 and divorced in 1999.
You can see more Wisconsin connections to this year's Emmy nominees, including Shalhoub's co-star, Rachel Brosnahan, here.
The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards air live at 7 p.m. Sept. 12 on NBC.
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