Emmys 2013: Tony Hale of 'Veep' wins Supporting Comedy Actor
Tony Hale has won the 2013 Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series for his role as Gary Walsh on the HBO show "Veep," marking his first win and nomination.
The 42-year-old New York native beat Bill Hader of "Saturday Night Live," Adam Driver of HBO's "Girls, Tony Hale of HBO's "Veep" and "Modern Family" stars Ed O'Neill, Ty Burrell and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
"Veep" stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the Vice President of the United States. Hale plays her personal aide. Season 3 of "Veep" is set to air in 2014.
The actor is also known for his role as Buster Bluth on the cult comedy series "Arrested Development," which aired on television between 2003 and 2006 and made a comeback on Netflix earlier this year.
The 2013 Emmy Awards ceremony was held at L.A. Live's Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 22. The event was hosted by "How I Met Your Mother" star Neil Patrick Harris, who previously hosted the ceremony in 2009.