Tony Awards 2017: The Biggest Nominations Snubs

The 2017 Tony nominations were filled with surprises — including some very serious snubs.

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Hubert Smith
Glenn Close was ineligible for a nomination for her role in "Sunset Boulevard" — but the revival itself wasn't, and was snubbed in all the top categories.
Julieta Cervantes
Sally Field may have been nominated for her role in "The Glass Menagerie" but the show — and stars Joe Mantello (pictured), Madison Ferris and Finn Wittrock — were overlooked.
Joan Marcus
Corey Hawkins was the only actor singled out from "Six Degrees of Separation" — leaving Allison Janney and John Benjamin Hickey in the dust.
Joan Marcus
Tony Shalhoub, Mark Ruffalo and Jessica Hecht were all ignored for their roles in "Arthur Miller's The Price."
Joan Marcus
Denis Arndt was nominated for "Heisenberg" but his costar Mary-Louise Parker was overlooked.
Joan Marcus
Janet McTeer and Liev Schreiber were both left out in the cold despite their acclaimed performances in "Les Liaisons Dangereuses."
Joan Marcus
Gideon Glick (here with Lindsay Mendez) had a breakthrough performance in "Significant Other," but both he and the show were not nominated.
Matthew Murphy
"Cats" returned to Broadway 15 years after its legendarily long run. But while the original 1982 production won 7 Tonys including Best Musical, its revival couldn't claw up a single nomination.
Joan Marcus
Nick Kroll and John Mulaney made everyone laugh in "Oh, Hello." What's not funny? Their total Tonys snubs.
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