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Tue 26 Nov, 2013
By Robert Ingham

I've never actually won anything. Thank you. I really am so happy

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Sean Bean has won an Emmy for his role as a transvestite in the critically acclaimed show 'The Accused'.

The 41st International Emmy Awards, which honours programmes outside of the US, saw the UK take home three awards, but it was Bean's role as a transvestite teacher who is accused of murder which garnered him the Best Actor gong.

'The Accused' first aired in 2011, taking the Best Drama prize and Christopher Eccleston win the award as best actor, so it's seems fitting for Sean Bean to take the crown this year.

As he collected his Emmy, 54 year-old Sean said: "I've never actually won anything.

Thank you. I really am so happy," before kissing his award for the cameras.

Sheridan Smith, up for Best Actress, was pipped to the post by Fernanda Montenegro from Brazil. However, other UK winners were Best Comedy for 'Moone Boy' and Best Arts Programming for 'Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender' by Rhys Thomas.


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