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Downton Abbey's Maggie Smith Is The Most Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama!

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Everyone was predicting that Downton Abbey would be a hit at the Emmys this year and so far, they're on the way to being totally right!

Maggie Smith, one of our favorite witches of all time, won the the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama for her role as Violet on the PBS period piece.

She bested her co-star Joanne Froggatt, Good Wife stars Archie Panjabi and Christine Baranski, Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn, and the wonderful Christina Hendricks for her work in Mad Men.


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7 comments to “Downton Abbey's Maggie Smith Is The Most Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama!”

  1. luckymom22 says – reply to this


    Downton Abbey–not Downtown…

  2. mensa says – reply to this


    Love her, she totally deserved it.

  3. 3

    best actress ever.

  4. 4

    You clearly don't even know the name of the show since you called it Downtown Abbey in the headline, article annd under the tags. Research, it's not hard.

  5. luckymom22 says – reply to this


    The worst part about you getting the name wrong Perez, is that this means that you missed one of the funniest lines this season on Modern Family–go back now and watch the one when they go to Disneyland…can't remember if it's Cam or Mitchell, but one of them keep referring to "Toontown" as "Toonton" until the other corrects him…go watch that episode again and enjoy!

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