Tony Nominee Carrie Coon Among Big Winners at 2017 Television Critics Association Awards

Awards   Tony Nominee Carrie Coon Among Big Winners at 2017 Television Critics Association Awards Coon, who will soon return to the New York stage, won the award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Drama.
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Broadway alum Carrie Coon won the Outstanding Individual Achievement in Drama award at the 2017 Television Critics Association Awards. She made history by winning for two performances: as Nora Durst on HBO's The Leftovers and as Gloria Burgle on FX's Fargo (she recently received an Emmy nomination for the latter).

The August 5 ceremony was hosted by Tony and Emmy winner Kristin Chenoweth.

Read: HOW CARRIE COON WENT FROM TONY NOMINEE TO IN-DEMAND SCREEN STAR

Coon received a Tony nomination for her performance in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? She is set to return to the New York stage in New York Theatre Workshop's Mary Jane. Performances begin at the Off-Broadway venue September 6.

Read: CARRIE COON AND MORE TAPPED FOR MARY JANE AT NYTW

Additional big winners of the night include Hulu's The Handmaid’s Tale, starring Tony nominee Elisabeth Moss. The Hulu series took home Program of the Year and Outstanding Achievement in Drama. The series earned Moss her eighth Emmy nomination.

Read: THE HANDMAID'S TALE EARNED ELISABETH MOSS EMMY NOMINATION

For a full recap of the 2017 awards, click here.

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