John Larroquette, 'The Practice' (1998)

Larroquette kicked off a five-year winning streak in the guest actor category for this legal drama when he won in the show's second season for playing a murdering psychopath. That role was the polar opposite of the bumbling lawyer he portrayed on '80s sitcom "Night Court," which won him four supporting <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVHST000010" title="Primetime Emmy Awards" href="/topic/entertainment/television/primetime-emmy-awards-EVHST000010.topic">Emmys</a> in a row (1985-1988). Larroquette picked up another nod for reprising that killer role on "The Practice" in 2002.
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Larroquette kicked off a five-year winning streak in the guest actor category for this legal drama when he won in the show's second season for playing a murdering psychopath. That role was the polar opposite of the bumbling lawyer he portrayed on '80s sitcom "Night Court," which won him four supporting Emmys in a row (1985-1988). Larroquette picked up another nod for reprising that killer role on "The Practice" in 2002.

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