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Brits miss out on best actor award
Television stars Hugh Bonneville and Damian Lewis have missed out on securing a top British win at the Emmy Awards.
The pair faced stiff competition for the best lead actor in a drama category for their respective roles in Downton Abbey and Homeland, instead seeing it collected by Jeff Daniels, star of The Newsroom.
Bonneville, who plays the Earl of Grantham in the English period drama, had tipped Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranstan for the award.
There is still time for Downton Abbey, which has secured enormous success in the US, to take home an award with nominations in a total of 11 categories including best drama series and supporting acting nods for Dame Maggie Smith and Jim Carter.
Dame Helen Mirren could also lift a gong, in the running for best lead actress in a mini series or movie category for her role as a leading lawyer in HBO drama Phil Spector.
British presenter Cat Deeley has also been nominated for a third time for best reality host.
Sir Elton John will make his debut performance live at this year's Emmy Awards with a tribute to Liberace.
The opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics has also been nominated for four awards including outstanding special class programme and the ceremony's director Danny Boyle is up for best art direction.
Stars of the small screen gathered for the 65th annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles which has been dominated by American Horror Story: Asylum and Game Of Thrones, filmed in Northern-Ireland.
The American remake of the British TV series of House of Cards and Veep, created by Brit Armando Iannucci were also nominated for awards.