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13 December 2017

Alison receives SAG Awards Nomination!

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The Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations were announced on Wednesday morning. Alison has been nominated for her work in GLOW for the Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series award. GLOW was also nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series. Congratulations to Alison and the GLOW cast and crew!

EW – On Wednesday, the SAG Awards announced their nominees for this year’s best performances in film and television, kicking the Oscar race into high gear.

Olivia Munn and Niecy Nash announced the nominations from the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood on Wednesday morning. In the film categories, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri led with a total of four nominations, including Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell, and Woody Harrelson, as well as a nomination for best ensemble. Award season favorites like Lady Bird, Get Out, and The Shape of Water also picked up multiple nominations.

The SAG Awards also recognized rom-com favorite The Big Sick, which was surprisingly shut out of Monday’s Golden Globe nominations. Holly Hunter scored a best supporting actress nod, while the film was also nominated for best ensemble.

Historically, the SAG Awards are the awards show that best predict the eventual Oscar nominees — especially because SAG voters most closely overlap with Academy voters. There will always be some upsets, but as a general rule, SAG’s picks for actor, actress, supporting actor, and supporting actress are a good indication of who will eventually get nominated for an Academy Award. The award for best ensemble — SAG’s version of best picture — can also help a film gain Oscar buzz: Last year, four of SAG’s five best ensemble nominees all went on to score an Oscar nom for best picture.

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
Uzo Aduba, Orange Is The New Black
Alison Brie, GLOW
Jane Fonda, Grace and Frankie
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Lily Tomlin, Grace and Frankie

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
Black-ish
Curb Your Enthusiasm
GLOW — Britt Baron, Alison Brie, Kimmy Gatewood, Betty Gilpin, Rebekka Johnson, Chris Lowell, Sunita Mani, Marc Maron, Kate Nash, Sydelle Noel, Marianna Palka, Gayle Rankin, Bashir Salahuddin, Rich Sommer, Kia Stevens, Jackie Tohn, Ellen Wong, Britney Young
Orange Is The New Black
Veep

Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series
Game of Thrones
GLOW
Homeland
Stranger Things
The Walking Dead 

The eventual winners will be revealed at the SAG Awards ceremony on Sunday, Jan. 21, on TNT and TBS.

11 December 2017

Alison receives Golden Globe Nomination

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The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards nominations have been announced! Alison has been nominated for her work in GLOW for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy. Alison’s other recent project, The Disaster Artist, was nominated Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Congratulations to Alison for her nomination! The Golden Globes will air on January 7, 2018 on NBC.

EW – Welcome to awards season: Monday morning, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominees for this year’s 75th annual Golden Globe Awards, an event that annually honors the best in television and film.

In terms of network, HBO nabbed 12 nominations total, while Netflix followed with nine and FX with eight.

The Golden Globes, hosted by Seth Meyers, air Jan. 7, 2018 on NBC.

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
Pamela Adlon, Better Things
Alison Brie, GLOW
Rachel Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Issa Rae, Insecure
Frankie Shaw, SMILF

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
The Disaster Artist
Get Out
The Greatest Showman
I, Tonya
Lady Bird

11 September 2011

2011 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards

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Alison attended the 2011 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards last night at Nokia Theatre in L.A., where she walked the red carpet and announced the winners for Best Hairstyle. She looked gorgeous and it looks like she had a lot of fun. I’ve added many HQ’s and MQ’s to the gallery:

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Boardwalk Empire” captured a leading seven trophies at the creative arts Emmy Awards, with Gwyneth Paltrow and Justin Timberlake earning TV comedy series guest-star honors.

Paltrow, recognized for “Glee,” and Timberlake, a winner for hosting “Saturday Night Live,” were no-shows at Saturday’s ceremony for technical and other achievements. It preceded the main Sept. 18 Emmy show.

“She couldn’t be here because it’s happy hour at the Starlight Room,” presenter and “Community” actress Alison Brie joked about Paltrow’s absence.

Timberlake received his award for hosting a “Saturday Night Live” episode and shared in another Emmy for co-writing his opening monologue, in which he crooned about not wanting to sing.

“Justin Timberlake really wanted to be here but we said no, they want to see the writers,” ”SNL” head writer Seth Myers told the audience.

“Boardwalk Empire,” which stars Steve Buscemi as a Prohibition-era politico in Atlantic City, N.J., earned trophies for categories including art direction, picture editing and makeup.

Loretta Devine was honored as best guest actress in a drama series for “Grey’s Anatomy,” with Paul McCrane earning the category’s best actor award for “Harry’s Law.”

Fired “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen, the subject of a Comedy Central “roast” taping across town Saturday, was at the ceremony in spirit as his former co-star Jon Cryer and series creator Chuck Lorre presented awards in the casting category.

Lorre said he’d been urged to share funny stories about casting, asking Cryer: “What do you think? Got any amusing anecdotes?”

“Uh, none that amuses me,” Cryer replied.

“Drawing a blank,” Lorre concluded.

“America’s Most Wanted” host John Walsh received the Governors Award, and said backstage that he had received offers from Fox, which dropped the show, and CNN to do news commentary. He turned them down.

“I said to Fox, all I really want to do is catch bad guys and find missing children,” Walsh said. “This is the only thing I know how to do on television.”

He’ll be hosting a new version of the show on the Lifetime network and hopes to expand internationally.

Howie Mandel teased next week’s Emmy Awards, saying: “This is great. These are the creative Emmys. Unlike the Emmys next week, where there’s no creativity at all.”

HBO earned a leading 15 awards Saturday, followed by PBS with 10, Fox with nine, CBS with seven and NBC with five. ABC won three awards, behind the four each for Discovery Channel and History.

The creative arts ceremony will air Sept. 17 on ReelzChannel, which earned three awards for the controversial miniseries “The Kennedys.” The 63rd annual prime-time Emmy ceremony, with “Glee” star Jane Lynch as host, will air live the next night on Fox.

Other winners at the creative arts Emmys included:

Host, reality or reality-competition series: Jeff Probst, “Survivor,” CBS.

Voice-over performance: Maurice LaMarche, “Futurama: Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences,” Fox.

Reality program: “Deadliest Catch,” Discovery.

Commercial: “Born of Fire: Chrysler 200.”

Animated Program: “Futurama: The Late Philip J. Fry,” Comedy Central.

Nonfiction series: “American Masters,” PBS.

Writing for a variety, music or comedy series: “64th Annual Tony Awards,” CBS.

Music composition for a series (original dramatic score): “American Masters: John Muir In The New World,” PBS.

Music composition for a miniseries, movie or special: “Mildred Pierce: Part Five,” HBO.

Choreography (juried award: possibility of more than one award): Two awards, “So You Think You Can Dance,” Fox.

Casting for a drama series: “Boardwalk Empire,” HBO.

Casting for a miniseries, movie or a special: “Mildred Pierce,” HBO.

Casting for a comedy series: “Glee,” Fox.

Costumes for a miniseries, movie or a special: “Downton Abbey Part 1 (Masterpiece),” PBS.

Costumes for a variety-music program or a special (more than one award possible): “Gettysburg,” History.

Costumes for a series: “The Borgias: Lucrezia’s Wedding,” Showtime. {Assosiated Press}

03 September 2011

Entertainment Weekly Scan + Ewwy Awards

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I have added an exclusive new scan of Alison in the September 09, 2011 issue of Entertainment Weekly, where she poses with Joel Mchale. The photo looks like it was taken at Comic Con 2010.

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You can vote for Alison in the Entertainment Weekly Awards, where actors who were snubbed from the Emmy’s are nominated. Vote for Alison as Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy on the EW facebook page.