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To commemorate the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards being held today, here is a short and simple puzzle involving TV roles:

  1. Cersei Lannister, Game of Thrones
  2. Alexander Grayson, Dracula (2013)
  3. Bob Lee Swagger, Shooter
  4. Douglas Brackman Jr, L.A. Law
  5. Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Jr, Rosewood
  6. Norma Louise Bates, Bates Motel
  7. Eric Taylor, Friday Night Lights
  8. Sabrina Spellman, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
  9. Jen Harding, Dead to Me
  10. Christopher Ewing, Dallas (2012)
  11. Olivia Pope, Scandal

Each of the above roles has something in common. What is it?

Note: The list is in a particular order, but it isn't crucial for finding the answer.

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    $\begingroup$ @jmp I didn't think movies tag would be appropriate because the tag description only mentions movies and not tv shows. $\endgroup$ – JS1 Sep 22 at 22:22
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    $\begingroup$ The tag is probably out of date. Movies/TV/YouTube are practically the same thing these days! $\endgroup$ – JMP Sep 22 at 22:26
  • $\begingroup$ puzzling.stackexchange.com/posts/9870/revisions $\endgroup$ – JMP Sep 22 at 22:28
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This must have been quite a fun puzzle to create! The connection between these roles is:

They are all played by actors/actresses with body parts (hence the title) in their name.

Like so:

1. Cersei Lannister, Game of Thrones = Lena Kathren HEADey
2. Alexander Grayson, Dracula (2013) = Jonathan Rhys MEYErs
3. Bob Lee Swagger, Shooter = Ryan PhilLIPpe
4. Douglas Brackman Jr, L.A. Law = Alan RaCHINs
5. Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Jr, Rosewood = Morris CHESTnut
6. Norma Louise Bates, Bates Motel = Vera FARMiga
7. Eric Taylor, Friday Night Lights = Kyle CHANDler
8. Sabrina Spellman, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina = Kiernan SHIPka
9. Jen Harding, Dead to Me = Christina AppLEGate
10. Christopher Ewing, Dallas (2012) = Jesse MetCALFe
11. Olivia Pope, Scandal = Kerry WaSHINgton

Pleasingly:

The list is ordered from the top of the body to the bottom!

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    $\begingroup$ 8 and 9 are out of order for me lol. Very nice puzzle and answer! $\endgroup$ – Brandon_J Sep 23 at 16:41

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