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From Elisabeth Moss and Zachary Quinto to Angela Bassett and Eric Stonestreet, TV’s shining stars show PEOPLE their winning ways
By People Staff
Posted on June 11, 2013 at 2:25pm EDT
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Despite a dramatic actress loss, Moss has no reason to be Mad when her performance in TV movie Top of the Lake nets her a crystal keepsake.
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It's nothing but smooth moves from Modern Family's main man.
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Even with eyes wide shut, an appearance by the actress is always a welcome sight.
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A winner for his role on American Horror Story: Asylum, the Star Trek Into Darkness star gets up close with the camera.
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Meanwhile, Quinto's American Horror Story costar plays nice with her accolade for best supporting actress in a movie or miniseries.
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Archer's beautiful duo, Tyler and Greer, don't shy away from leaning in.
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Parks and Recreation's winning guest star plants his kiss of approval on the Critics' Choice TV Award.
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Who, me? Seems like it hasn't quite sunk in for The Big Bang Theory star that she was named best supporting comedic actress.
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On the other hand, Cuoco's fellow winner in the category, The Middle's Sher, is more than happy to show off her trophy.
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Did someone give that thing a Voice? Because the show's host looks like he's mid-conversation.
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Never a better time for Big Bang's other blonde to cut loose than after the series's win for best comedy.
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Living legends Winkler – a.k.a. The Fonz – and Newhart share smiles over the latter's receiving the icon award.
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He's got a point! Ackerman and Big Bang Theory's Nayyar are all arms – and excitement.
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There's no coming in second for the Veep star, who uses both hands to claim her best comedic actress award.
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Can you hear me now? The Bridge's Bichir gives undeterred costar Kruger an earful.
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Winning awards is a serious business for the best dramatic actor and Breaking Bad leading man.
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The Orphan Black actress's surprise win – over perennial favorites Claire Danes and Julianna Margulies – is definitely something to smile about.
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