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Photos: Winners at the Emmys

Updated 10:12 AM ET, Mon September 24, 2012
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Claire Danes and Damian Lewis take home Emmys for best lead actress and actor in a drama for "Homeland" at the 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night, September 23. The psychological thriller from Showtime also won the award for top drama. AFP/Getty Images
Aaron Paul of "Breaking Bad" shows off his Emmy for best supporting actor in a drama. Getty Images
"The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" wins the best variety series for a 12th consecutive year. Getty Images
Actor Michael J. Fox receives a standing ovation as he presents the final award of the night. Getty Images
From left, producer Steven Shareshian, director Jay Roach, writer Danny Strong, producer Gary Goetzman, actress Julianne Moore and producer Tom Hanks show off their awards in the press room for "Game Change," the HBO drama about Sarah Palin and the 2008 election, which won honors for the outstanding miniseries or TV movie. The team also took home Emmys for outstanding casting, outstanding writing, outstanding director for Roach and outstanding actress for Moore in a miniseries or TV movie. Getty Images
Julia Louis-Dreyfus of "Veep" kisses her trophy for best lead actress in a comedy. Getty Images
Jon Cryer accepts the best lead actor award in a comedy series for "Two and a Half Men." Getty Images
ABC's "Modern Family" wins best comedy series for the third consecutive year. Eric Stonestreet and Julie Bowen also won Emmys for best supporting actor and actress in a comedy, and Steve Levitan won best comedy direction. Getty Images
Louis C.K. holds his two trophies for oustanding comedy writing for "Louie" and outstanding writing on a variety, music or comedy special for "Live at the Beacon Theatre." Getty Images
Martha Plimpton, winner of best guest actress in a drama for "The Good Wife," and Jeremy Davies, winner of best guest actor in a drama for "Justified," address the audience. Getty Images
Director Glenn Weiss accepts the outstanding directing for a variety, music or comedy special for "The 65th Annual Tony Awards." Getty Images
From left, producers Jerry Bruckheimer, Elise Doganieri, Bertram van Munster and Jonathan Littman celebrate winning in the outstanding reality-competition category for "The Amazing Race." AFP/Getty Images
Tom Bergeron accepts the award for outstanding host of a reality or reality-competition program for "Dancing With the Stars." Getty Images
Kevin Costner accepts the outstanding lead actor in a miniseries or a movie award for "Hatfields & McCoys." Getty Images
Jessica Lange wins the best supporting actress in a miniseries or movie for her role in "American Horror Story." Getty Images
Tom Berenger heads to the stage to accept the award for outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or a movie for "Hatfields & McCoys." Getty Images