Emmy Award

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Emmy Award

Award recognizing excellence in the television industry, and corresponds to the Academy Award , the Tony Award , and the Grammy Award add

Category: Movies & TV (100)

Launched in 1950.

Countries: United States (76%), (8%), United Kingdom (7%)

Main connections: Actor, HBO, Golden Globe Award

Linked to: American Broadcasting Company, CBS Corporation, Fox Broadcasting Company, News Corporation

 

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1950

In the 1950s, the ATAS expanded the Emmys into a national event, presenting the awards to shows broadcast nationwide add something


1955

In 1955, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences was formed in New York as a sister organization to serve members on the East Coast, and help to supervise the Emmys add something


1956

Harvey Bullock (writer) - Bullock received a Random House award in 1956 were nominated for an Emmy award in 1976 for a children's program called "Papa and Me"

 

Pat Carroll (actress) - In 1956, Carroll won an Emmy Award for her work on "Caesar's Hour" and was a regular on the sitcom "Make Room for Daddy"


1961

George T. Clemens - He won an Emmy Award in 1961 for his work on the former


1963

Stephen Bosustow - In 1963 Bosustow Entertainment was established and his son Nick Bosustow produced the 1983 Emmy Award winner for CBS-TV, "Wrong Way Kid", starring Dick Van Dyke


1964

Robert Scheerer - He received an Emmy Award for Best Director in 1964 for The Danny Kaye Show


1965

Kyle Chandler - "'Kyle Martin Chandler"' is an American film and television actor best known for his role as Deputy Jackson Lamb in the film "Super 8", and in the television shows "Early Edition" as Gary Hobson, "Grey's Anatomy" as Dylan Young, and as Coach Eric Taylor in "Friday Night Lights", for which he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 2011


1966

Bruce Geller - The show ran on CBS from 1966 to 1973 and earned him an Emmy Award in 1966 as the show's producer plus another for "Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama


1967

Carl Betz - Between 1967 and 1969, he played defense attorney Clinton Judd in "Judd for the Defense", and won an Emmy Award in 1969 for his work

 

Mike Douglas - In 1967, the program received the first Emmy Award for Individual Achievement in Daytime Television from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences


1968

Gail Fisher - She was best known for playing the role of secretary "Peggy Fair" on the television detective series "Mannix" from 1968 through 1975, a role for which she won two Golden Globe Awards and an Emmy Award


1970

Also, the International Emmy Awards, honoring television programs produced and initially aired outside the U.S., was established in the early 1970s add something

 

Simon Langton (television director) - After he had directed a number of TV drama series and serials during the 1970s, his 1982 dramatisation of the John le Carré novel "Smiley's People" was nominated for both a BAFTA award in the UK, and an Emmy Award in the USA. He later won a BAFTA award for the 1989 series "Mother Love", starring Diana Rigg


1972

The first daytime-themed Emmy Awards were given out at the primetime ceremony in 1972, but the first separate awards show made just for daytime programming was not held until 1974 add something

 

Richard Dysart - He received the Drama Desk Award in 1972 and an Emmy Award in 1992


1974

That changed when the Daytime Emmy Awards, a separate awards show specifically just for daytime programming, was first held in 1974 add something

 

Dean Hargrove - Hargrove won a Primetime Emmy Award for "Columbo" in 1974 and was nominated on four other occasions

 

William Holden - In 1974 Holden won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie for his portrayal of a cynical, tough veteran LAPD street cop in the television film The Blue Knight, based upon the best-selling Joseph Wambaugh novel of the same name.

 

Flip Wilson - "The Flip Wilson Show" aired through 1974, generating high ratings and popularity among viewers and winning strong critical acclaim, with an unprecedented eleven Emmy Award nominations during its run, winning two


1975

Tony Musante - He was nominated for an Emmy Award for his work in a 1975 episode of "Medical Center", "A Quality of Mercy"

 

Edward Villella - He won an Emmy Award in 1975 for his CBS television production of "Harlequinade"


1977

In 1977, due to various conflicts, the ATAS and the NATAS agreed to split ties add something

 

Mary Tyler Moore - The 1977 season would go on to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, to add to the awards it had won in 1975 and 1976.


1978

Seaman Jacobs - He was nominated for an Emmy Award in 1978 for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Special for "The George Burns One-Man Show" in 1977


1980

John Hockenberry - A four-time Emmy Award winner and three-time Peabody Award winner, Hockenberry has worked in media since 1980

 

James Burrows - Burrows has been nominated for fifteen Directors Guild of America awards, and for an Emmy Award every year between 1980 and 2005, excluding 1997


1981

Kim Delaney - She played the character from August 1981 to August 1984, earning a Daytime Emmy Award nomination, as well as a loyal fan base; a profile of the actress a decade later noted, "Delaney left the soap in 1984, but fans still remember her as Jenny


1983

Rick Sanchez - He won an Emmy Award in 1983 for his series titled "When I left Cuba"


1984

Randa Haines - Haines received a Directors Guild of America Award nomination for that film and was nominated both for the DGA Award and an Emmy Award in 1984 for the television movie "Something About Amelia"


1985

Dustin Hoffman - Hoffman turned to television in the role of Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman, for which he won the 1985 Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries.

 

John Malkovich - Malkovich won an Emmy Award for this role when the play was adapted for television by CBS in 1985.

 

Mike Shannon - Shannon received an Emmy Award for his work on Cardinal broadcasts in 1985, Shannon is a 1999 inductee of the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame


1986

Jack Conaty - From 1986 to 1987 he worked for WTTG, the FOX station in the D.C. area, before moving to WFLD. From 1986-87, he won an Emmy Award and was nominated for four others

 

Andrea Kremer - She received an Emmy Award nomination in 1986 for writing and editing the NFL Films special Autumn Ritual

 

Charles Manson - The second, recorded at San Quentin Prison and aired March 7, 1986, was by Charlie Rose for "CBS News Nightwatch"; it won the national news Emmy Award for "Best Interview" in 1987


1987

Robert H. Rines - He shared an Emmy Award with playwright Paul Shyre in 1987 for the television and later Broadway play "Hizzoner the Mayor"

 

Brian McNamara - One of his earliest roles was as Greg, Alex Keaton's friend who is killed in a car accident in the 1987 "Family Ties" episode "A, My Name Is Alex" for which the writer won an Emmy Award


1989

Conan O'Brien - In 1989, O'Brien and his fellow "SNL" writers received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy or Variety Series

 

Yue-Sai Kan - In the United States, Yue-Sai's other TV credits include the ABC documentary "China Walls and Bridges", which received a coveted Emmy award in 1989, and "Journey through a Changing China", which was syndicated across the country, was so powerful that it was publicly lauded in the United States Congressional Record, which called Yue-Sai a citizen ambassador

 

Dianne Wiest - On television, her performance on the series Road to Avonlea, in 1989, brought her her first Emmy Award, for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.


1990

Danielle de Niese - In 1990, her family moved to Los Angeles, where she became a regular guest host of the TV programme "L.A. Kids" for which she won an Emmy Award at the age of 16

 

Nike, Inc. - Nike has earned the Emmy Award for best commercial twice since the award was first created in the 1990s


1991

Pat Foley - In 1991, he won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in a Live Sports Program, and in 2001, he was inducted into the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame, joining such local legends as Jack Brickhouse and Harry Caray

 

David Steinberg - Steinberg has received five Emmy Award nominations, winning two as one of the writers of Academy Awards programs in 1991 and 1992


1992

Bill Geist - Geist won an Emmy Award in 1992 and 2005

 

Bette Midler - Midler won an Emmy Award in 1992 for her performance on the next-to-last episode of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in May 1992, during which she sang an emotion-laden "One for My Baby" to Johnny Carson.


1993

Helen Hunt - Hunt was nominated for an Emmy Award for lead actress in a comedy seven years in a row, from 1993 through 1999, winning in the last four years.

 

Joanne Woodward - Woodward was a co-producer and starred in a 1993 broadcast of the play Blind Spot, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress – Miniseries or a Movie.


1995

Lonny Price - Behind the scenes, he was a staff director for the ABC soap opera "One Life to Live", for which he was part of a team that received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Drama Series Directing in 1995

 

Wolf Blitzer - During this period, he earned an Emmy Award for his coverage of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing

 

Paul F. Tompkins - Show with Bob and David" from 1995 to 1998; the show's writers, including Tompkins, were nominated for an Emmy Award in 1998 for "Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program"

 

Tom York - York won a regional Emmy Award in 1995


1996

Steven Levitan - As executive producer, Levitan won an Emmy Award in 1996 for "Frasier" in the Outstanding Comedy Series category

 

Leon Dash - He received an Emmy Award in 1996 from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for a documentary series in the public affairs category of hard issues

 

Sennheiser - In 1996 Sennheiser received an Emmy Award for its advancements in RF wireless technology

 

Charles Adler (broadcaster) - In 1996 he launched a television show, Adler on Line, based in Boston and a year later Adler received an Emmy Award for Best Host in New England

 

Christine Chen - In 1996, Chen received the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Northwest Chapter Emmy Award for Individual Achievement in the News Reporter category during their 34th Annual Ceremony

 

Sonic Solutions - Sonic received an Emmy Award for technical achievement in 1996

 

Larry Thomas (actor) - The role earned him an Emmy Award nomination in 1996 in the category of Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series


1997

Peter Graves - Graves won a Primetime Emmy Award for outstanding informational series in 1997 as host of "Biography"

 

Stephen Gaghan - In his television writing career, he won an Emmy Award for co-writing a "NYPD Blue" episode entitled "Where's Swaldo", in 1997


1998

Alan Berliner - A recipient of Rockefeller, Guggenheim and Jerome Foundation Fellowships, Berliner has received multiple grants from the NEA, NYSCA, NYFA and in 1998, won his third career Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences

 

Werner Herzog - He was nominated for an Emmy Award in 1998.

 

Tony Danza - He was nominated for an "Emmy Award" for a guest-starring 1998 role in the TV series "The Practice"

 

Romulus Whitaker - This film on the natural history of the King cobra, the largest venomous snake in the world, received the Emmy Award for Outstanding News and Documentary Program Achievement, 1998


1999

Paul Lieberstein - Lieberstein's first Emmy Award was as a producer, sharing a 1999 Emmy for "Outstanding Animated Program " for his work on "King of the Hill"


2000

Jeffrey Toobin - He received a 2000 Emmy Award for his coverage of the Elián González custody saga

 

John Patrick (meteorologist) - In 2000, John was nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Weathercast in the New York Region


2001

William Cook (entrepreneur) - It won the 2001 Tony Award for "Best Special Theatrical Event" and won the 2001 Emmy Award for "Best Choreography


2002

Thomas Roberts (news anchor) - He received an Emmy Award nomination in 2002 for his investigation into a local puppy mill that was eventually shut down due to his reporting, according to CNN.

 

Christine Chen - On June 15, 2002, Chen received the NATAS Northwest Chapter Emmy Award for Individual Achievement in the News Anchor category during their 39th Annual Ceremony for 2001


2003

Drew Barrymore - In 2003, she reprised her role as Dylan Sanders in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, was nominated for an Emmy Award for her performance in Olive, the Other Reindeer and appeared with Ben Stiller in Duplex in 2003.

 

Cher - It was the highest-rated network-TV concert special of 2003, and earned Cher an Emmy Award as Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special.

 

Mike Royce - Royce was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2003 for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, for the "Everybody Loves Raymond" episode "Counseling


2004

Mike Gorman - A five-time Emmy award winner, Gorman was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2004

 

Troy Aikman - Aikman received an Emmy Award nomination for his television work in 2004 and has helped broadcast three Super Bowls to date

 

Max Mayfield - Also in 2004, he received an Emmy Award for extraordinary contributions to television by someone not normally eligible for Emmy awards

 

Bob Lape - Bob Lape's awards include Chevalier d'honneur Swiss Ordre du Channe, awarded in 2004 and an Emmy award for TV News Coverage in 1980

 

Toni Childs - Childs wrote and released a song entitled "Because You're Beautiful", which was awarded the 2004 Emmy Award for Outstanding Music & Lyrics


2005

Nigel Williams (author) - His most successful work to date has been the 2005 TV drama "Elizabeth I", being himself nominated for an Emmy Award for his script and winning multiple awards for the film and its star, Helen Mirren

 

Alycia Lane - In 2005, she was awarded a local Emmy Award for her "Holiday Traditions" special

 

Tim Russert - Russert received an Emmy Award in 2005 for his coverage of the funeral of former President Ronald Reagan

 

Bill Carroll (musician) - " He was nominated for a regional Emmy Award for the song in late 2005

 

Rex Trailer - The film was broadcast on WBZ-TV on June 18, 2005 as a special and was nominated for a New England Emmy award for best historical documentary


2006

Paul Lieberstein - As co-executive producer, he shared a 2006 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Comedy Series"

 

Leslie Jordan - For that role he received an Emmy Award for Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series at the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in 2006

 

Sanjay Gupta - His reports from Charity Hospital, New Orleans , Louisiana, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina helped the hospital to win a 2006 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Feature Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast"

 

TiVo, Inc. - In 2006, TiVo, Inc. won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Innovation and Achievement in Advanced Media Technology

 

Geena Davis - This role garnered her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama Series in 2006, and she was nominated for an Emmy Award and a SAG Award for Outstanding Female Actor in a Drama Series.

 

Christina Ricci - In February 2006, Ricci made a guest appearance as a paramedic in the ABC drama Grey's Anatomy, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award.


2008

Todd Harrison - In 2008 Harrison received an Emmy Award from The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for serving as executive producer of Minyanville's "World In Review", television's first animated business news show

 

Leyna Nguyen - In 2008, Leyna Nguyen earned an Emmy Award for hosting Heal The Bay, and has been nominated for an Emmy several times for her news stories on Vietnam, Heart Baby, and for best Feature Reporter

 

Dianne Wiest - In 2008, she appeared as Gabriel Byrne's therapist, Gina Toll, on the HBO television series In Treatment, for which she received her second Emmy Award, for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

 

Freema Agyeman - She played foundling girl Tattycoram in the Emmy Award winning 2008 BBC adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Little Dorrit", which began transmitting on 26 October 2008, starring alongside her fellow "Torchwood" stars Eve Myles and Ruth Jones


2009

However, in 2009, this program was suspended at a national level and competition went on only regionally add something

 

David L. Cook - In January 2009, Cook won an Emmy Award for his work on the series, "New South Crossings" and he took home his sixth career win Emmy for the composing and arranging of "Meet Me At The Crossroads" in June 2010

 

David L. Cook - Cook won an Emmy Award on January 24, 2009 for his work on the series audio and soundtrack

 

David Kaplan (radio) - In November 2009 he and the staff of "Chicago Tribune Live" were awarded the prestigious Emmy Award for Best Interview Program for their work on CTL. Kaplan signed a long-term agreement with Comcast on December 15, 2010

 

Christian Picciolini - From December 2009 until March 2012, Picciolini was Executive Producer and General Manager of JBTV Entertainment Media LLC and JBTV, an Emmy Award and Billboard Music Award winning music television program and entertainment media network based in Chicago


2010

Christian Picciolini - He was nominated in 2010 for a Midwest Regional Emmy Award for Directing, became a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Grammy Rock Committee, and founded the Chicago Music Collective, an organization that aims to organize and aid promising musical artists in the Chicago area

 

Christian Picciolini - In 2010, He was nominated for a Midwest Regional Emmy Award as Co-Director of the "Courage" music video by Flatfoot 56 and became a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Grammy Rock Committee

 

Steven Levitan - In 2010, "Modern Family" won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, as well as two other Emmy Awards: Outstanding Supporting Actor in Comedy Series for Eric Stonestreet, and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd

 

Bruce McKenna - "The Pacific" received eight Emmy Awards, including one for Outstanding Miniseries, at the 62nd annual Emmy Award ceremony held on August 29, 2010


2011

Christian Picciolini - In 2011, Picciolini was twice nominated by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for a Midwest Regional Emmy Award for his role as Executive Producer of JBTV


2012

David Meece - On May 5, 2012, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced that the song "Hands of Hope" garnered Meece, Cook and Carroll the Emmy nomination for Best Arrangement/Composer of a Television Theme Song


2013

A typical calendar of the major Emmy ceremonies is as follows, with the dates listed being those in 2013: add something

 

College Television Awards are given nationally and 2013 marks the 34th annual year for college awards add something

 

Lidia Bastianich - In 2013, Lidia won the Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Culinary Host" for Lidia's Italy


2014

A typical calendar of the major Emmy ceremonies is as follows, with the dates listed being those in 2014: add something


2015

A typical calendar of the major Emmy ceremonies is as follows, with the dates listed being those in 2015: add something


2016

A typical calendar of the major Emmy ceremonies is as follows, with the dates listed being those in 2016: add something


2017

A typical calendar of the major Emmy ceremonies is as follows, with the dates listed being those in 2017: add something


 

In September 2018, NASA won an Emmy award for Outstanding Original Interactive Program for its presentation of the Cassini mission's Grand Finale at Saturn add something