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September 13, 2011

Scott Caan, Bryan Cranston, Jon Cryer, Claire Danes, Jason O’Mara, and Kerry Washington to Present at 63rd Primetime Emmys

The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards announces more presenters from such shows as Hawaii-Five-O, Breaking Bad and more. Watch for more special updates.

Jon Cryer, Primetime Emmy® Award nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, along with Scott Caan, Bryan Cranston, Claire Danes, Jason O’Mara and Kerry Washington, have been announced as additional presenters for the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards.

The telecast will air live from the NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 18, (8:00 PM EDT live / 5:00 PM PDT live) on FOX.

SCOTT CAAN — Star of the CBS series Hawaii Five-0

BRYAN CRANSTON — Star of the AMC series Breaking Bad

JON CRYER — Nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (Two and a Half Men)

CLAIRE DANES — Star of the upcoming Showtime series Homeland

JASON O’MARA — Star of the upcoming Fox series Terra Nova

KERRY WASHINGTON — Star of the upcoming ABC series Scandal

They join previously announced presenters Will Arnett, Don Cheadle, Kaley Cuoco, Zooey Deschanel, Ashton Kutcher, Rob Lowe, Julianna Margulies, Melissa McCarthy, Lea Michele, Amy Poehler, Ian Somerhalder and Sofia Vergara.

Executive-produced by Mark Burnett, the 63RD PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS will be hosted by Jane Lynch.

If you plan to Tweet this story, please use the official Emmys twitter handle @primetimeemmys and hashtag #Emmys.

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