The beloved American comedy actress already has a slew of lifetime achievement awards from the American Comedy Awards, the
Which is not to say she hasn't won any Emmys. She's won six Emmy Awards, beginning in 1975, two SAG Awards, a People's Choice Award, been inducted into the TV academy's hall of fame and has a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
She won a Daytime Emmy award in 1983 for hosting the short-lived NBC game show "Just Men!"
And that's just for her acting in series such as "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "Golden Girls" and "Hot in Cleveland." She also has a pile of awards related to her work with animals.
In a statement, Dan Mauro, president of the
The Daytime Emmys will return to TV this year after a year in the online streaming wilderness. They'll be aired live on the Pop channel on April 26.