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Maya Rudolph Wins First-Ever Emmy Award for ‘Big Mouth’ Role

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Maya Rudolph Wins First-Ever Emmy Award for ‘Big Mouth’ Role . On Thursday, during night four of the Creative Arts Emmys, Maya Rudolph won her first-ever Emmy. She won the award for outstanding character voice-over performance for her role as Connie on ‘Big Mouth.’. Her competitors in the category were Wanda Sykes, Nancy Cartwright, Hank Azaria, Leslie Odom Jr. and Taika Waititi. . Rudolph also received two nominations in the category of outstanding guest actress in a comedy series. She was recognized for her role as the judge on ‘The Good Place’ and her portrayal of Kamala Harris on ‘Saturday Night Live.’. The results of that category will be presented on September 19, the final night of the Creative Arts Emmys. ‘Big Mouth’ may also win an additional category that night, as it is nominated for outstanding animated program.