Nathan Lane won the Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series at the Creative Arts Emmys on September 4 for his role in Only Murders in the Building, as Teddy Dimas.
TK defeated out other contenders for the prize Jerrod Carmichael, who was nominated in this category as a featured player on Saturday Night Live, Christopher McDonald for Hacks, and two Ted Lasso nominees James Lance and Sam Richardson.
Lane plays Teddy Dimas, a fellow resident of The Arconia where Oliver Putnam (Martin Short) and Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez) live. The trio's true crime podcast also supports the trio's true crime podcast, although his role in the murder they are trying to solve is soon revealed to be much larger than planned.
"The Boy From 6B," the award winning episode, is remarkable in that it is entirely from Teddy's son Theo (James Caverly), who is deaf. As a result, all communication is performed using lip-reading or American Sign Language.
The Creative Arts Emmys were held this part of the weekend at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, in a ceremony that spanned two nights. The program will be rewritten and will air on FXX on September 10, leading up to the Primetime Emmy Awards, which air on September 12.
Below you can see the trailer for the latest season of Only Murders in the Building: