Rudolph won her first-ever Emmy Award on Thursday night for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance for her performance as Connie the Hormone Monstress on Netflix's Big Mouth, one of her three Emmy nominations this year. She's also nominated twice in the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series category, for her guest role on The Good Place and for playing Kamala Harris on SNL. "It’s wild that 'the Hormone Monstress' is the character who’s finally won Rudolph her first Emmy, but if you’ve seen even a minute of this performance, it isn’t shocking," says Caroline Framke. "Rudolph’s Hormone Monstress was a game-changer for Big Mouth. On a narrative level, her total commitment to the part ensured that Connie, and the teen girls looking to her for guidance, felt just as equal in stature to the boys ostensibly anchoring the action." Framke adds: "At this point, Rudolph is a TV veteran who knows how to make every minute she’s onscreen count. She made such an indelible impression on Saturday Night Live during her seven years that the show well knows that bringing her back guarantees huge laughs. Her turn as a melodramatic TV host on Up All Night was so consistently the highlight of the show that it tried rebooting the entire premise around her. Amazon’s Forever found its best moments as Rudolph acted out the dreams and frustrations of an unfulfilled ghost. By the time she turned up as an annoyed, omniscient judge on The Good Place (a part for which she’s also Emmy-nominated this year), Rudolph had long since established herself as a performer who could make an immediate impression. Rudolph’s ability to find the funniest, weirdest way to read a line is a singular skill — and it’s what landed her the first Emmy of her career."