Phoebe Waller-Bridge has won two Emmy awards for her critically acclaimed comedy series Fleabag.
The British writer and actress won gongs for outstanding writing in a comedy series and lead actress in a comedy series.
Taking to the stage in Los Angeles, she thanked her "Fleabag family", paying tribute to the "incredible cast" who "brought incredible heart to this".
Waller-Bridge added it was "reassuring" that a "dirty, pervy, messed-up woman can make it to the Emmys".
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel picked up the first prize of the night, with Tony Shalhoub winning outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series.
He won ahead of Barry stars Stephen Root, Henry Winkler and Anthony Carrigan, as well as The Kominsky Method's Alan Arkin and Veep's Tony Hale.
It was Shalhoub's fourth Emmys win. Maisel soon won again, with Alex Borstein picking up best supporting actress in a comedy series.
She won in a category also containing UK stars of Fleabag Olivia Colman and Sian Clifford.
The Emmys is the biggest night in US television and recognises excellence in the medium.
Game Of Thrones - which had an all-time high 32 nominations - has the chance to break its own record of 12 wins in a single year.
It has already won 10 awards at the Creative Arts Emmys earlier this month, where the technical aspects of TV production are recognised.
HBO's fantasy epic has the most overall wins of any show ever with 57 and is up for the coveted outstanding drama series, a prize it has won three times.
A fourth would put it in hallowed company alongside Hill Street Blues, LA Law, The West Wing and Mad Men.
The individual categories contain a host of Game Of Thrones stars, including British performers Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Gwendoline Christie, Sophie Turner, Alife Allen and Maisie Williams.
Other British and Irish nominees include Killing Eve's Jodie Comer and Fiona Shaw.
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