Fred Armisen scored two nods– one for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and one for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series– both for the IFC series "Portlandia".
For Outstanding Comedy Series, half of the nominees ("Louie", "Modern Family" and "Orange is the New Black") have Latino regulars in their respective casts. Of the Outstanding Drama Series nominees, none had Latino regulars in their casts; however, half of the nominees ("Breaking Bad", and "Game of Thrones" and "House of Cards") had at least one recurring character of Latino heritage.
Helena Bonham Carter, of Spanish-Czech Jewish-British heritage and shown at above right, scored a nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in Miniseries/Movie for playing the British-American film star Elizabeth Taylor in the BBC America television movie "Burton and Taylor". Another Brit, Alfred Molina, of Spanish-Italian heritage and shown at above left, picked up a nod for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries/Movie for his role in the HBO television movie "The Normal Heart".
Director Alfonso Gómez Rejón earned a nomination for Outstanding Direction of a Miniseries/Movie for his work on "American Horror Story: Coven" (FX).
Lin-Manuel Miranda picked up an Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics nomination for his collaboration with Tom Kitt for the 67th Annual Tony Awards television presentation.
Bruno Mars (along with producers Ricky Kirshner, Steve Bornstein and Rob Paine) earned an Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Short-Fomat Live-Action Entertainment Program for his performance in the "Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show Starring Bruno Mars" (CBS).
To see a full list of the Primetime Emmy Award nominees for 2014, click here.