10 Emmy Nominees Out of Character The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards will blow up your Twitters on Sunday night. This year’s nominees are a select crop of cable power players, making a strong argument that a golden age of television is upon us. But don’t pigeonhole portrayers of drama and comedy to a single genre. Here are 10 Emmy nominees proving their versatility and range. Supporting Drama Actors Aaron Paul, nominated for his role as Jesse Pinkman in “Breaking Bad,” once starred in a Kellogg’s Corn Pops Commercial. Giancarlo Esposito nominated for his role as Gustavo Fring in “Breaking Bad,” had a guest role on “Sesame Street.” Peter Dinklage, nominated as Tyrion Lannister in “Game of Thrones,” took a turn in the seasonal favorite “Elf.” SEE MORE: • The Most Memorable Moments From All 28 MTV Video Music Awards • Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and the ‘Breaking Bad’ Cast Go Bowling Supporting Drama Actress Anna Gunn, nominated for her role as Skyler White in “Breaking Bad,” once played a romantic interest of Jerry’s on “Seinfeld.” Comedy Actors Jim Parsons, nominated for his role as Sheldon Cooper in “The Big Bang Theory,” had a stint on Broadway in “The Normal Heart.” Comedy Actress Zooey Deschanel, nominated for her role as Jess Day in “New Girl,” took a more dramatic twist playing Dorothy Evans in “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.” Wait, there’s plenty more — you’re gonna be impressed by Modern Fam’s Eric Stonestreet as a big straight drama dude and Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss doing up some comedy. Plus, some Jon Hamm and Steve Buscemi clips you’ll enjoy … CLICK HERE FOR PAGE 2 SEE MORE: • How Much Money Was Actually in Walter White’s Storage Unit? • Megamashup: Rickrolled ‘Mad Men’ Wins the Internet Pages: 1 2 Greg Seals Greg Seals is a writer, and sometimes funny person. Indulge his sense of self-importance and follow @GregSeals.