Fourth supporting on-screen character win for Peter Dinklage of 'Round of Thrones'

"Round of Thrones" entertainer Peter Dinklage made Emmy history Sunday night with his fourth win for supporting on-screen character in a show. 

The 50-year-old entertainer won each of the four trophies for his work as Tyrion Lannister, the most youthful child of the most extravagant man in the Seven Kingdoms, who uses his insight, training, and appeal to compensate for what he needs size, quality, and regard. 

It was a job that earned him designations in every one of the show's eight seasons. Dinklage's past honors came in 2011, 2015 and 2018. 

In 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016, he lost twice to Aaron Paul ("Breaking Bad"), once to Bobby Cannavale ("Boardwalk Empire") and once to Ben Mendelsohn ("Bloodline"). "Royal positions" didn't air in 2018. Men who have three honors each for supporting entertainer in a dramatization are Paul, Art Carney for "The Jackie Gleason Show" and Don Knotts for "The Andy Griffith Show." Dinklage has likewise won a Golden Globe Award for his exhibition in "Round of Thrones." In 2012, he brought home the Globe for execution by an on-screen character in a supporting job in an arrangement, miniseries or film made for TV for the arrangement's first season.

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