- Jason Sudeikis just won his first Emmy for his role on the critically-acclaimed “Ted Lasso.”
- The “Saturday Night Live” alum previously won a Golden Globe for his work on the comedy.
- Sudeikis plays a well-meaning but hapless American football coach on “Ted Lasso.”
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Jason Sudeikis just won his first Emmy for his role on Apple TV’s “Ted Lasso.”
The “Saturday Night Live” alum was nominated for best lead actor in a comedy series. Other nominees in the category included Anthony Anderson for “Black-ish,” Michael Douglas for “The Kominsky Method,” William H. Macy for “Shameless,” and Sudeikis’ former “SNL” costar Kenan Thompson for “Kenan.”
On “Ted Lasso,” he plays a well-meaning but uninformed American football coach who takes a job in England coaching a soccer team.
Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple, Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster, and Brett Goldstein also star on the show.