Emmy Award & New York

An Emmy Award, often referred to simply as an Emmy, is a television production award, similar in nature to the Peabody Awards but more focused on entertainment, and is considered the television equivalent to the Academy Awards (for film), the Tony Award (for theatre), and the Grammy Awards (for music). New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. 5.0/5

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.releases This Is My Town: Songs of New York on April 21st.
Congratulations Now hope to see u with the Emmy award in your hands... Good luck in New York!…
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Tony and Emmy Winner Donna Murphy Will Join Series on ABC and VH1: Tony and Emmy Award winner and New York sta...
Joan Rivers is an Emmy Award-winning American comedian, television personality and actress. She is known for her brash manner; her loud, raspy voice with a heavy New York accent; and her numerous cosmetic surgeries. Rivers's comic style relies heavily on poking fun at herself and other celebrities, mostly about their fashion sense, or according to her, the lack thereof.
Happy Birthday to my friend. Richard Schiff!! An American actor. He is best known for playing Toby Ziegler on the NBC television drama The West Wing, a role for which he received an Emmy Award. Schiff made his directorial debut with The West Wing, directing an episode entitled "Talking Points." Schiff was born in Bethesda, Maryland, the second of three sons of Charlotte, a television and publishing executive, and Edward Schiff, a real estate lawyer. Schiff dropped out of high school, but later obtained an equivalency diploma. In 1973, he studied briefly at The City College of New York (CCNY) but did not graduate. He moved to Colorado where he found employment cutting firewood. Returning to New York in 1975, he began to study acting at CCNY and was accepted into their theater program. Schiff initially studied directing. He directed several off-Broadway plays, including Antigone in 1983 with a just-graduated Angela Bassett. In the mid-1980s Schiff decided to try his hand at acting and landed several TV role ...
Hello from Ann Arbor. A wonderfully warm and moving show last night. Melanie and Beau were in fine form. She looked beautiful and relaxed. The setting, with huge windows behind her that overlooked a spring like woods, added to the experience. Many in the sold out crowd had been waiting for her return to Ann Arbor. It has been 12 years. Some people I met were from Ohio, Indiana, of course Michigan and we represented New York. She opened with Babe Rainbow, followed by the Good Book. Then a surprise! David David M Hawkins, the promoter of the upcoming People in the Front Row Tour came to the stage and presented Melanie with the Emmy award she was awarded in 1989. In true Melanie speech prepared- moving, witty, funny, reflective and honest! The winged angel stayed by her side for the night. She did many songs from Ever Since You Never heard Of Me. Two of my absolute faves were Make It work For Me! Gives me chills ever time! I love the new arrangement of People in the Front Row! Wow! Much m ...
The Beyond Black History Month Person of the day is Madge Dorita Sinclair (28 April 1938 – 20 December 1995) was a Jamaican character actress. Sinclair was born Madge Dorita Walters in Kingston, Jamaica, to Herbert and Jemima Walters. She was a teacher in Jamaica until 1968 when she left for New York to pursue her career in acting. In 1978, she starred in the film Convoy as the Widow Maker. She played Leona Hamiltons in Cornbread, Earl and Me. She would later receive an Emmy Award nomination for her role as Belle in the miniseries Roots. Also in 1978 she co-starred in the short-lived sitcom Grandpa Goes to Washington. She went on to a long-running stint in the 1980s as nurse Ernestine Shoop on the series Trapper John, M.D. opposite Pernell Roberts. She received three Emmy nominations for her work on the show, and critic Donald Bogle praised her for "maintaining her composure and assurance no matter what the script imposed on her." In 1988, Sinclair played Queen Aoleon opposite James Earl Jones' King Jaf ...
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Lisa Scottoline's thriller novel Save Me, narrated by Emmy Award-winning actress Cynthia Nixon. From the New York ...
Dear Friends-On Wednesday, 2/12/14, one of the great comedians of all time passed away. I really loved his early TV comedy shows; they were full of life and something special! John. _ Sid Caesar was born in 1922 in Yonkers, New York. The son of immigrants, Caesar worked as a musician during the Great Depression. At the start of World War II, he joined the U.S. Coast Guard and was stationed in Brooklyn, playing military revues. In the 1940s, Caesar developed a nightclub act on Broadway, which he turned into the popular and Emmy Award-winning television program Your Show of Shows. He also appeared in the Grease film musicals. Caesar died at the age of 91 on February 12, "The best thing about humor is that it shows people they're not alone." – Sid Caesar Early Life Famed comedian Sid Caesar was born in Yonkers, New York, on September 8, 1922, the youngest of three brothers. Both of his parents immigrated to the United States as children, his father from Poland and his mother from Russia. His last name wa . ...
Scott Vincent James Baio (Chachi) was born on September 22, 1960 in Brooklyn, New York. In 1976, Baio played the title character Bugsy Malone in the cult children’s gangster musical directed by Alan Parker, which also co-starred Jodie Foster. Baio and Foster later worked together again in the teen girl drama Foxes (1980), helmed by Adrian Lyne. When he was 16, Baio was then cast as The Fonz's cousin Chachi Arcola on Happy Days. During his time on Happy Days, Baio earned two Emmy Award nominations for his lead performances in the television movies Stoned (1981) and All the Kids Do It (1985). He won two Young Artist Awards during the Third Annual Youth in Film Awards (1980–1981) as Best Young Actor in a Television Special for Stoned and Best Young Comedian in Television or Motion Pictures for Happy Days. He also starred in the made-for-television youth drama specials The Boy Who Drank Too Much with Lance Kerwin and Senior Trip with Mickey Rooney. In 1982, Baio was in a spin-off of Happy Days entitled Jo ...
Shelton Jackson "" (born March 20, 1957) is an American film director, producer, writer, and actor. His production company, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, has produced over 35 films since 1983. Lee's movies have examined race relations, colorism in the black community, the role of media in contemporary life, urban crime and poverty, and other political issues. Lee has won numerous awards, including an Emmy Award. He has also received two Academy Award nominations. Early life Lee was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the son of Jacqueline Carroll (née Shelton), a teacher of arts and black literature, and William James Edward Lee III, a jazz musician and composer.[1][2] Lee also had three younger siblings Joie, David, and Cinqué, who all worked in many different positions in Lee's films. Director Malcolm D. Lee is his cousin. When he was a child, the family moved to Brooklyn, New York. During his childhood, his mother nicknamed him "Spike". In Brooklyn, he attended John Dewey High School. Lee enrolled in Morehou ...
WOW! Esteemed judges from various areas of the entertainment industry in Hollywood and New York are invited to judge, conduct seminars and "go-sees" thus providing rare, invaluable opportunities and experience for contestants. Here are just some of the distinguished individuals, past and present who participated as Judges at the WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS OF PERFORMING ARTS: DANNY BREEN Emmy Award winner writer/ producer for many hit TV shows, including "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" DEBBIE FONTAINE President of Fontaine Music in charge of artist development TRACY MELCHOIR Popular star of daytime TV's "Bold and Beautiful) whose character is Kristen Forrester PEGGY NESTOR Fashion expert and marketing innovator who created million dollar contact for supermodel, Margaux Hemingway SETH RIGGS Legendary vocal coach for the "superstars" such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Ray-Charles, Stevie Wonder, Julio Iglesias and others. DANIEL SOLIS Director of Casting for disney Entertainmnet who has cast the acclaimed productions of ...
DC's Justice League War Premiere event! On Tuesday, January 21, Justice League: War will screen at the Paley Center in New York City (25 West 52nd Street) at 6:30 p.m. Following the screening, Covert Affairs star Christopher Gorham, who voices The Flash in the film, will lead the panel discussion alongside producer James Tucker, director Jay Oliva and eight-time Emmy Award winning dialogue/casting director Andrea Romano. Additional panelists will be announced as confirmed. A limited number of free tickets are available to the general public. Fans wishing to receive free tickets to the New York event on January 21 must RSVP via email to JLWarNY The body of all fan RSVP emails MUST include the (1) name of the entrant, (2) valid email address, and (3) name of the media outlet/website by which the entrant learned of the screening. Here’s an example of exactly how the body of the RSVP email should appear: Barry Allen Flash NameOfWebsite.com Tickets to the event will be distributed on a “first come, first s ...
Yes indeed, Mrs. Danvers is being talked about again. What an UNFORGETTABLE performance by Judith Anderson. Judith Anderson was born Frances Margaret Anderson on February 10, 1897 in Adelaide, South Australia. She began her acting career in Australia before moving to New York in 1918. There she established herself as one of the greatest theatrical actresses and was a major star on Broadway throughout the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Her notable stage works included the role of Lady Macbeth, which she played first in the 1920s, and gave an Emmy Award-winning television performance in Macbeth (1960). Anderson's long association with Euripides's "Medea" began with her acclaimed Tony Award-winning 1948 stage performance in the title role. She appeared in the 1983 television version of Medea (1983) in the supporting character of the nurse. Anderson made her Hollywood film debut under director Rowland Brown in a supporting role in Blood Money (1933). Her striking, not conventionally attractive features were compleme ...
Frances Elizabeth Bavier (Dec 14, 1902 – Dec 6, 1989) American stage and television actress. Originally from New York theatre, Bavier worked in film and television from the 1950s. She played the role of Aunt Bee on The Andy Griffith Show and Mayberry R.F.D. from 1960 to 1970. Aunt Bee logged more Mayberry years (ten) than any other character. Bavier won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Comedy Actress for the role in 1967.
Every real ’80s girl knows that Heathers was the original Mean Girls.The classic teen film from 1988 starred Christian Slater, Winona Ryder and Shannon Doherty – the Tiger Beat tri-fecta! In case you don't remember, it's the story of a high school misfit in Ohio who teams up with her boyfriend to kill her mean, but popular classmates − all called Heather − and make it look like suicide. Now, Tony Award nominee Laurence O'Keefe and Emmy Award winner Kevin Murphy are taking the teen drama to the stage − in a musical! The show will debut in early 2014 in Los Angeles and then head to New York theaters in March. This re-creation of a classic could easily spark a whole new generation of kids touting the famous line, "What's your damage, Heather?" (Newser) - Charlie
NEW YORK (AP) — Before there was “Mean Girls,” there was “Heathers.” Now that dark comedy is ready to bully its way into New York as a musical. The 1988 film starring Winona Ryder, Shannen Doherty and Christian Slater has been turned into a show by Tony Award nominee Laurence O’Keefe and Emmy Award...
~ Kristen Johnston (born September 20, 1967) is an American stage, film, and television actress. She is most famous for her two-time Emmy Award-winning role as Sally Solomon in the television series 3rd Rock from the Sun. She also starred as Wilma Flintstone in The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas. She currently appears as Holly Franklin in the sitcom The Exes. Johnston is of English ancestry and was born in Washington, D.C. Johnston was raised mostly in Fox Point, Wisconsin, a suburb of Milwaukee, where she attended St. Eugene's Catholic Grade School and Whitefish Bay High School. She spent some of her teen years in Sweden and in South America. She earned a B.F.A. degree in drama at New York University. Johnston made her professional stage debut with New York's Atlantic Theater Company, which was founded by playwright David Mamet. During her association with that company, she appeared in such productions as As You Like It, Girl's Talk, Stage Door, Author's Voice, Portrait of a Woman and Rosemary for Remem ...
Today is May 21, 2013, it is the 141st day of 2013. There are 224 days left in the year.~1819~Bicycles are first seen in the U.S. on the streets of New York. They are originally called "swift walkers".(LOL, glad that name didn't stick).~1881~The American chapter of the Red Cross is founded by Clara Barton.~1956~The U.S. explodes the first hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean on Bikini Atoll.~1968~The nuclear-powered submarine USS SCORPION, with 99 men aboard, goes missing in the Atlantic. The wreckage is found later 400 miles southwest of the Azores. ~1977~Seattle Slew, with jockey Jean Cruguet up, wins the 103rd Preakness Stakes in a time of 1:54.4 for the 1 3/16 mile race.~1985~Marvin Gaye's last album "Dream of a Lifetime" is released.~1999~After 19 nominations, Susan Lucci, star of the daytime soap opera "All My Children" finally wins an Emmy Award.
New York (Monday, May 13, 2013) – Kevin Reilly, Chairman, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company, today unveiled the FOX primetime slate for the 2013-2014 television season to the national advertising community during its annual Programming Presentation at the Beacon Theatre.   “This season, we will strategically launch five inventive live-action comedies, four distinctive dramas, our first-ever event series, as well as some innovative new digital initiatives, across the week and throughout the year,” said Reilly. “We’re making the biggest investment in original programming in our history to ensure that FOX continues to engage viewers and move the culture more than any other entertainment brand.”   DADS and BROOKLYN NINE-NINE are the two new comedies joining the Tuesday night comedy block this fall. DADS, the new live-action, multi-camera comedy from Emmy Award winner Seth Macfarlane, Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild (“Ted,” FAMILY GUY), stars Emmy Award winner Seth Green (FAMILY GUY) and ...
This is a wonderful opportunity for us! Join us for this concert which will benefit the Coxsackie Elementary and the Hudson Valley Blue Star Mothers! Let's all have a great evening together! Coxsackie Elementary (CE) School PTO is proudly sponsoring a benefit concert to kick off the CE Playground Fund. This benefit concert is scheduled for: Friday, May 17, 2013 at 7:30pm in the HS auditorium located at 24 Sunset Blvd, Coxsackie, New York. Our featured entertainer is Emmy Award winner and Las Vegas headliner, Patrick Sieben. He is extremely talented at both piano and guitar with a voice that allows him to sound like a combination of Maroon 5 and Matchbox 20. He has opened for Bon Jovi and performed for President Clinton and for our Troops in Kuwait. You can find him on I-Tunes and You-Tube. He also has his own station on Pandora. Because Patrick received his Emmy for the work he did supporting our troops, and the fact that our evening festivities coincide with Armed Forces weekend, we are delighted to gi . ...
Get Tickets Now! Four-time Emmy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Edie Falco returns to the New York stage in the world premiere of THE MADRID by LIZ FLAHIVE. Now in Previews.
Four episodes in and Mad Men is still a slow moving, relatively boring, show. The re-creation of 1950's New York is impressive. I'm amazed that the intense chauvinistic element wasn't a huge sore spot for N.O.W. or a similar org. Regardless of its historical accuracy. To this point, the scene where Roger Sterling refers to Pete Campbell's new existence as to "live in Don Draper's shadow" was by far the high water mark. I find that I am longing for Roger Sterling scenes and much much less Pete Campbell scenes. Four episodes in and I'm not done, but as far as long running Emmy Award winning Dramas, so far Mad Men is not in the same zip code as the West Wing.
Look who loves Melaleuca! When you become a customer of Melaleuca, you join the ranks of some very famous people who are loving Melaleuca's safer, healthier products as well. Judge Judy Judge Judy is one of the highest paid women in television. Judge Judy Sheindlin retired from the bench in 1996 and segued to television to host the well-known Judge Judy television series of real-life cases. Judge Judy is a charismatic, credible arbitrator well known for her decisions on some of the toughest cases in New York. Suze Orman A two-time Emmy Award-winning television host, New York Times bestselling author, magazine and online columnist, writer/producer, and motivational speaker, Suze is undeniably America’s most recognized expert on personal finance. Dave Ramsey An American financial author, radio host, television personality, and motivational speaker. Ramsey's syndicated radio program The Dave Ramsey Show is promoted with a tagline that "It's about your life and your money," and it is heard on over 450 radio ...
TOUCH, the critically acclaimed adventure drama series starring Emmy Award winner Kiefer Sutherland (“24”), will launch its anticipated second season with a special action-packed two-hour premiere on Friday, Feb. 8 (8/7c) on FOX.   In Season Two of TOUCH, the dramatic action shifts from New York to Los Angeles, where single father MARTIN BOHM (Sutherland) and his gifted son, JAKE (David Mazouz), are on the run. Their critical mission is to help distraught mother LUCY ROBBINS (Maria Bello, “ER”) find her missing – and equally gifted – daughter AMELIA (newcomer Saxon Sharbino). When it’s discovered that they are all targets of the mysterious and possibly sinister corporation, Aster Corps., the desperate search for Amelia intensifies. Factoring into the unfolding equation is the genius of Aster Corps., CALVIN NORBURG (Lukas Haas, “24”), who’s on the verge of making a career-defining discovery, as well as the extreme religious zealot GUILLERMO ORTIZ (Said Taghmaoui, “G.I. Joe: The Ris ...
Motivated by his childhood experiences, Emmy Award-winner/actor/comedian Chris Rock, narrates this very hilarious & touching story of a teenager growing up as the oldest of three children in Brooklyn, New York during the early 1980s. Uprooted to a neighborhood and bused into a primarily white mid...
Biagio Anthony "Ben" Gazzarra (Aug 28, 1930 – Feb 3, 2012), known as Ben Gazzara, American film, stage, and Emmy Award winning television actor and director. Career-In 1954, Gazzara (having tweaked his original surname from "Gazzarra") made several appearances on NBC's legal drama Justice, based on case studies from the Legal Aid Society of New York. Gazzara starred in various Broadway productions around this time, including creating the role of Brick in Tennessee Williams' Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1955) opposite Barbara BelGeddes, directed by Elia Kazan, although he lost out to Paul Newman when the film version was cast. He joined other Actors Studio members in the 1957 film The Strange One. Then came a high-profile performance as a soldier on trial for avenging his wife's rape in Otto Preminger's courtroom drama Anatomy of a Murder (1959). Gazzara became well known in several television series, beginning with Arrest and Trial, which ran from 1963 to 1964 on ABC, and the more-successful series Run for ...
has been nominated for an Emmy Award for covering the Occupy Wall Street movement. Thousands of protesters took to streets of New York last year and later...
George was born in Hong Kong, and moved to New York in the late 60s, studying first at the School of Visual Arts and later majoring in oil painting at the Art Students League while working at NBC, he was awarded the prestigious 1997 Emmy Award for Best Individual Art and Craft. Included in his works of that period are some movie posters, also several paintings chosen for the 1984 Winter Olympics poster series, as well as limited edition art prints for the 1985 and 1986 ‘Night of 100 Stars” event for a tribute to The Centennial of The Actor’s Fund of America, the original art work with 100 celebrities signatures was owned by ABC Television Corp. After twenty years in the New York art scene, american artist George Tsui set out a creative journey into China in the pursuit of reaching the next level in his artistic career. The grand and splendid architect of the forbidden city and the mysterious and sensual character of the Dun Huang cave were the immediate inspiration for the first group of paintings G ...
Louis Cameron Gossett, Jr. (born May 27, 1936) is an American actor. He is perhaps best known for his Academy Award-winning role as Gunnery Sergeant Emil Foley in the 1982 film An Officer and a Gentleman, and his Emmy Award-winning role as Fiddler in the 1977 ABC television miniseries Roots. Gossett has also starred in numerous film productions including A Raisin In The Sun, Skin Game, Travels with My Aunt, The Laughing Policeman, The Deep, Jaws 3-D (as SeaWorld manager Calvin Bouchard), Wolfgang Peterson's Enemy Mine, the Iron Eagle series, Toy Soldiers and The Punisher, in an acting career that spans over five decades. Gossett, Jr. was born in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York, to Hellen Rebecca (née Wray), a nurse, and Louis Gossett, Sr., a porter.[2] His stage debut came at the age of 17, in a school production of You Can't Take It with You when a sports injury resulted in the decision to take an acting class. Polio had already delayed his graduation. After graduating from Abraham Lincoln High Schoo ...
Isn't it funny how people and characters pop into your head? Lamb Chop (puppet) Lamb Chop is a sock puppet sheep created by late comedian and ventriloquist Shari Lewis. In 1957, Lamb Chop, a ewe, first appeared with Lewis on Hi Mom, a local morning show that aired on WNBC in New York. Lamb Chop has been described as a "6-year-old girl, very intuitive and very feisty, a combination of obstinacy and vulnerability...you know how they say fools rush in where wise men fear to go? Well, Lamb Chop would rush in, then scream for help." Lamb Chop, in all her shows, had referred to her close friend, a girl named Lolly Pincus. During the 1960s, Shari Lewis had her own musical-comedy network television show. After children's programming turned to animation, she continued to perform in a wide range of venues. In 1992, Lamb Chop and Shari began their own PBS children's show, Lamb Chop's Play-Along, an Emmy Award winner for five consecutive years. The show lasted approximately 25 minutes per episode. On PBS, it premiere ...
Elliniko Theatro embraces the Greek Theatre of New York, based in the United States, and Greek Theatre International, based in Greece – two organizations sharing a common vision:
Winner of both the Emmy Award and the Golden Globe, the man best known for his lead role in TV's "CSI: New York" and his Oscar nominated work in "Forrest Gump,"
Emmy Award-winning talk show host Montel Williams recently revealed he had a double mastectomy when he was 19 years old. On a recent segment about breast cancer survivors on "The Montel Williams Show," he revealed he was in the Marines when military doctors found a lump in his chest. Williams said that he had both breasts removed and later learned the lump was benign. He did not have reconstructive surgery, even though there was some moderate scarring. He was able to build up his chest by working out, said Gary Rosen, a spokesman for "The Montel Williams Show." Men make up slightly more than 1 percent of all breast cancer cases in the U.S. Williams, 42, recently served as host of the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund benefit in New York, named for the mother of famed actors Alec and Stephen Baldwin.
Ellen Barkin: Ellen Rona Barkin (New York, April 15, 1954) is an American actress. She won an Emmy Award as a Sa...
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