"Scandal" guest star Joe Morton and "Saturday Night Live" host Jimmy Fallon led the list of surprise winners Saturday night at the Creative Arts Emmys, while Uzo Aduba beat out Tina Fey and Melissa McCarthy to pick up her first Emmy for "Orange Is the New Black."

Morton bested Beau Bridges of "Masters of Sex" and Robert Morse of "Mad Men," among others, in the category of guest actor in a drama series. In the corresponding comedy category, Fallon beat out a strong list of nominees including Steve Buscemi for "Portlandia" and Louis C.K. for hosting "Saturday Night Live."

Uzo Aduba won guest actress in a comedy series for playing the character known as Crazy Eyes in "Orange Is the New Black."

Allison Janney, who won four Emmys during the run of "The West Wing," took home another trophy for guest actress in a drama. Her win for "Masters of Sex" could be matched with a second this year: She will be up for another statuette for her work on the CBS sitcom "Mom" when the Primetime Emmys are handed out Aug. 25.

Here is the full list of winners in the Creative Arts Emmys awarded Saturday at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles:

Guest actress in a drama series: Allison Janney, “Masters of Sex,” Showtime

Guest actor in a drama series: Joe Morton, “Scandal,” ABC

Guest actor in a comedy series: Jimmy Fallon, “Saturday Night Live,” NBC

Guest actress in a comedy series: Uzo Aduba, “Orange Is the New Black,” Netflix

Variety special: “AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Mel Brooks,” TNT

Unstructured reality program: “Deadliest Catch,” Discovery Channel

Structured reality program: “Shark Tank,” ABC

Host for a reality or reality-competition program: Jane Lynch, “Hollywood Game Night,” NBC

Directing for nonfiction programming: Jehane Noujaim, “The Square,” Netflix

Writing for nonfiction programming:Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey” (“Standing Up in the Milky Way”), Ann Druyan and Steven Soter, Fox/NatGeo

Directing for a variety series: “Saturday Night Live” (Host: Jimmy Fallon), Don Roy King, NBC

Writing for a variety series: “The Colbert Report,” Opus Moreschi, Stephen Colbert, Tom Purcell, Richard Dahm, Barry Julien, Michael Brumm, Rob Dubbin, Jay Katsir, Frank Lesser, Glenn Eichler, Meredith Scardino, Max Werner, Eric Drysdale, Paul Dinello, Nate Charny, Sam Kim, Aaron Cohen, Gabe Gronli and Matt Lappin, Comedy Central

Casting for a comedy series: “Orange Is the New Black,” Jennifer Euston, Netflix

Casting for a miniseries, movie or special: “Fargo,” Rachel Tenner, Jackie Lind and Stephanie Gorin, FX Networks

Casting for a drama series: “True Detective,” Alexa L. Fogel, Christine Kromer and Meagan Lewis, HBO