The First Emmy is presented by Christina Applegate.

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The “Dead to Me” actress made a public appearance to win her first Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Christina Applegate made a rare public appearance to win her first Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Glamorous in her plunging dress and visibly overwhelmed by the applause she continued to receive, she nevertheless cracked self-deprecating jokes about Ozempic and her disability. “When I stand up, I’m completely embarrassed by my disability,” she told the crowd. “It’s okay.”

Applegate was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy for “Dead to Me.” (Quinta Branson won for “Abbott Elementary.”) The Netflix series is an elegant and ferocious take on Applegate’s gifts, capturing the cuteness of her powerful PTA mom and the anger and ambition swirling just beneath it. Her comedy has added a special touch. To the edge. She played Jen in Linda Cardellini’s Judy. Jen was a woman disappointed in her husband’s death, but found her stability in her friendship and escalating crime that threatened her life.

Applegate has not announced any new projects since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2021. (“She didn’t go on the other side and say, ‘Wow, I’m totally fine,'” she told The Times in 2022 about her diagnosis.) no. I will never accept that. I was angry. )

Applegate parlayed her teenage stardom (she had long legs and was Kelly Bundy on Married with Children) into films such as Samantha Who and Samantha Who. She is one of the rare actresses who has had a successful adult career that includes sitcoms. Her credits include “Up All Night,” as well as the film series “Anchorman” and “Bad Moms.”

Fixed on January 15, 2024. A previous version of this post incorrectly listed the first name of one of the Dead to Me star’s girlfriends. She’s Linda Cardellini, not Judy Cardellini.

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