Emmy Awards, The: 63rd Primetime (2011)


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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The 63rd Primetime Emmy® Awards, hosted by Jane Lynch, took place on Sunday, September 18, at NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE in downtown Los Angeles, and was telecast coast-to-coast on FOX.

The show was produced by Archive Interviewee Mark Burnett.

Interviewee John Walsh, host of America's Most Wanted is the 2011 receipient of the prestigious Governor's Award.

The Archive of American Television congratulates its interviewees who were nominated in 2011:

Dan Castellaneta, Nominated for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance (As “Homer Simpson” on The Simpsons)

David Crane, Nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (Episodes)

Robert Dickinson for Outstanding Lighting Design/ Lighting Direction (Conan, 83rd Academy Awards, 53rd Grammy Awards)

Linda Ellerbee for Outstanding Children’s Nonfiction (Exec. Producer for Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: Under the Influence: Kids of Alcoholics)

Michael J. Fox for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series (“Louis Cannin” on The Good Wife)

Louis J. Horvitz, Nominated for Outstanding Directing for a a Variety, Music, or Comedy Special (53rd Grammy Awards)

Cloris Leachman for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (as “Maw Maw” on Raising Hope)

Susan Lacy , Won for Outstanding Nonfiction Series (Exec. Producer for American Masters)

Christopher Lloyd, Won for Outstanding Comedy Series (co-creator of Modern Family)

Hector Ramirez for Outstanding Technical Director, Camerawork (American Idol, 83rd Academy Awards, The Kennedy Center Honors)

Don Mischer for Outstanding Directing for a a Variety, Music, or Comedy Special (83rd Academy Awards)

Sheila Nevins for Outstanding Children’s Program (Exec. producer for A Child’s Garden of Poetry)

Paul Shaffer for Outstanding Music Composition for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (2011 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions Ceremony)

Tim Van Patten for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series (Game of Thrones)

Matthew Weiner , Won for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series and Outstanding Drama Series (creator/writer of Mad Men)

Betty White, Nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (as “Elka Ostrosky” on Hot in Cleveland)

 

A full list of the winners can be found here:

http://emmytvlegends.org/full-63rd-primetime-emmy-award-nominations-list-2011

 

Winners will be announced here:

http://www.emmys.com/nominations

Highlights
Betty White on winning her 1952 Best Actress Emmy 
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