Actors Who Have Won the Most Emmys

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22. Jeff Probst
> Total Emmy wins: 5
> Total nominations: 10
> Show with most wins: Survivor (5)

While Jeff Probst hasn’t made his mark on television as a traditional actor, he’s had great success as the longtime host of reality show “Survivor.” Probst has hosted the show since 2000, over which period he’s won five Emmys, including a four-year streak from 2008 through 2011.

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21. Doris Roberts
> Total Emmy wins: 5
> Total nominations: 11
> Show with most wins: Everybody Loves Raymond (4)

Doris Roberts won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series four times for her role as the loving mother Marie Barone in “Everybody Loves Raymond.” She won all of these awards between 2001 and 2005. Roberts won another Emmy prior to all of these, in 1983, for her performance on the NBC hospital drama “St. Elsewhere.”

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20. Peter Falk
> Total Emmy wins: 5
> Total nominations: 12
> Show with most wins: NBC Sunday Mystery Movie (3)

Peter Falk won his first Emmy win in 1962 for his work on the short-lived “The Dick Powell Show.” He won his second Emmy a decade later for his most iconic television role — Columbo. Falk won a total of four Emmys for playing Columbo — three of which for his appearances on “NBC Mystery Movie” and one for the actual series “Columbo.”

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19. Hal Holbrook
> Total Emmy wins: 5
> Total nominations: 12
> Show with most wins: Pueblo ABC Theatre (2)

Hal Holbrook won his first Emmy in 1971 for his performance as Senator Hays Stowe in the NBC series “The Bold Ones: The Senator.” He would go on to win four more, including the award for Actor of the Year in 1974 for his work on the ABC Theatre TV movie “Pueblo.”

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18. Kelsey Grammer
> Total Emmy wins: 5
> Total nominations: 17
> Show with most wins: Frasier (4)

Kelsey Grammer’s earliest Emmy nominations were for his work on “Cheers,” though it wasn’t until his Dr. Frasier Crane character gained its own series that he won an award. Grammer won the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series four times for “Frasier,” in 1994, 1995, 1998, and 2004. His most recent Emmy win came in 2006 for his voice acting as the vengeful Sideshow Bob on “The Simpsons.”