2011 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners

2011 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners
ABOVE: Linda Dowds with Greg Kinnear on the set of 'The Kennedys'

Posted: Saturday September 10, 2011

The 2011 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards were handed out Sept. 10 at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. Here are this year’s winners in the make-up and hairstyling categories:

Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera 2011 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners: Boardwalk EmpireSeries (Non-Prosthetic)

Boardwalk Empire: "Boardwalk Empire (Pilot)" (HBO) (RIGHT: Make-up team accepting their award; BELOW: Kelly Macdonald)
Nicki Ledermann, department head makeup artist
Evelyn Noraz, key makeup artist  

*This is the first Emmy Award for Ledermann and Noraz. See Make-Up Artist magazine Issue 88 for more on the series.The Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Boardwalk Empire
















Outstanding Makeup for a Multi-Camera Series or Special (Non-Prosthetic)

Saturday 2011 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners: Saturday Night Live teamNight Live: "Host: Jon Hamm" (NBC) (LEFT: Make-up team accepting their award)

Louie Zakarian, department head makeup artist
Josh Turi, additional makeup artist
Amy Tagliamonti, additional makeup artist
Daniela Zivcovic, additional makeup artist
Cathy O'Donnell, additional makeup artist

*See Issue 90 of Make-Up Artist magazine and imats.net for more on the Saturday Night Live panel at IMATS New York 2011.


Outstanding Makeup for a Miniseries or a Movie (Non-Prosthetic)

The Kennedys (ReelzChannel) (BELOW: Make-up team accepting their award) 2011 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners: The Kennedys team
Jordan Samuel (below with Katie Holmes), department head makeup artist
Colin Penman, key makeup artist 2011 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners: Amanda Terry at the Governors Ball
Amanda Terry (right, at the Governors Ball), additional makeup artist 
Linda Dowds (below with Greg Kinnear), personal makeup artist

*This is the first Emmy Award for Samuel, Penman and Terry. Dowds previously won for Grey Gardens (see Issue 78).
2011 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners: The Kennedys















Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special

The Walking Dead: "Days Gone Bye" (AMC) (BELOW: Make-up team accepting their award)2011 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners: The Walking Dead team
Greg Nicotero, special makeup effects department head
Andy Schoneberg, special makeup effects artist 2011 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners: The Walking Dead
Garrett Immel, special makeup effects artist
Jake Garber, special makeup effects artist
Howard Berger, prosthetic designer
Jaremy Aiello, prosthetic designer

*Berger will be the keynote speaker at IMATS Toronto 2011. See Issue 86 of Make-Up Artist magazine for more on the show’s make-up.





Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series

Mad Men: "Hands and Knees" (AMC)
Lucia Mace, department head hairstylist
Theraesa Rivers, key hairstylist
Terrie Owen, additional hairstylist

 
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series or Special

Dancing With the Stars: "Episode 1106" (ABC)
Mary Guerrero, department head hairstylist
Kimi Messina, key hairstylist
Jennifer Mazursky, additional hairstylist 
Cynthia Romo, additional hairstylist
Cyndra Dunn, additional hairstylist
Rachel Dowling, additional hairstylist

2011 Creative Arts Emmy Award Winners: The Kennedys

Outstanding Hairstyling for a Miniseries or a Movie

The Kennedys (ReelzChannel)
Jenny Arbour, department head hairstylist 


The Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards will air Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. PDT on ReelzChannel.




PHOTO CREDITS: All Emmy Award photos by PictureGroup, courtesy of Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. All 'The Walking Dead' photos courtesy of KNB EFX/AMC TV. All 'The Kennedys' photos courtesy of Zak Cassar / Reelz Channel. All Rights Reserved. TOP: 'Boardwalk Empire' photo by Abbot Genser, courtesy of HBO. TOP: 'Saturday Night Live' photo courtesy of NBC. IN STORY: 'Boardwalk Empire' photo by Margaret Schroeder, courtesy of HBO.



 

 

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