Los Angeles – Sofia Vergara and Edgar Ramirez are among the nominees for the 63rd annual primetime Emmy Awards, to be presented Sept. 18.
Vergara is nominated in the category of outstanding supporting actress in a comedy for her work on ABC's "Modern Family," while Ramirez received a nomination for best actor in a mini-series on the strength of his performance in "Carlos."
Nominated for the second time, the Colombian actress will vie with "Modern Family" co-star Julie Bowen, as well as Jane Lynch of "Glee," Betty White of "Hot in Cleveland," Kristen Wiig of "Saturday Night Live" and Jane Krakowski of "30 Rock."
Ramirez, a first-time Emmy nominee, is up against Greg Kinnear and Barry Pepper, both for "The Kennedys," as well as William Hurt of "Too Big To Fail," Idris Elba for "Luther" and Laurence Fishburne for "Thurgood."
Vergara and Ramirez received Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award nominations for their performances in "Modern Family" and "Carlos," respectively.