Actress Tracee Ellis Ross exudes talent and a comedic sense humor to make others laugh. This has helped thrust her into history becoming first black woman to be nominated for Emmy for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Comedy Series in 30 years, for her role as Rainbow \u201cBow\u201d Johnson, on ABC\u2019s black-ish. The winner be announced this Sunday on ABC. \u201cAt this age, at this point in my career, to be a first time nominee is extraordinary. To be nominated on behalf of a show that I am so proud of,\u201d Ross told ABC. \u201cI have not yet gotten married or had a baby, and this is pretty up there on the list.\u201d \u201cThis whole other layer of the historical aspect is mind boggling to me,\u201d Ross added. \u201cIt adds a whole other layer to this that is extraordinary and wonderful.\u201d Prior to Ross the last black woman nominee was Phylicia Rashad in 1986, who was nominated for her role as Clair Huxtable in The Cosby Show. Only five black actresses have ever been nominated in the category: Diahann Carroll (Julia); Isabel Sanford (The Jeffersons); Nell Carter (Gimme a Break!); Rashad and Ross. Between them all there\u2019s a total of 13 nominations. However, Sanford is the only to have won the Emmy for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Comedy Series. Be sure to tune in this Sunday on ABC at 7:00pm. We could be witnessing history in the making.