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Indeed the cast of Stargate Universe have much to be proud of after its recent accomplishment at the 25 annual Gemini Awards on November 13 2010. The series’ lead actor, Robert Carlyle was bestowed with the award for the Best Performance By An Actor in A Continuing Leading Dramatic Role. Carlyle received this award for his performance of his lead role on Stargate Universe as Dr. Nicholas Rush on series inaugural season episode, Human.
The Gemini awards, of-course, are the annual television broadcasting awards for the Canadian film and television industry
Below, is a video of Carlyle receiving his award at the ceremony.
In addition to being bestowed with this award, the series received eight other nominations back in August . A list of these nominations, has been placed directly below.
Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series
Jim Menard – “Light”
Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Program or Series
Rick Martin – “Human”
Best Sound in a Dramatic Series
Kelly Cole, Jay Cheetham, Kirby Jinnah, Bill Mellow, Patrick Ramsay, Steve Smith, Joe Watts, Matt Wilson – Air Part 1
Best Visual Effects
Mark Savela, Brenda Campbell, Shannon Gurney, Vivian Jim, Andrew Karr, Michael Lowes, Kodie MacKenzie, Krista McLean, Alec MClymont, Craig Vandenbiggelaar – “Air, Part 1″
Best Original Music Score for a Program or Series
Joel Goldsmith – “Light”
Congratulations are extended to Robert Carlyle for his outstanding achievement and to the rest of the cast and crew of Stargate Universe. Recognition from the Gemini Awards is a huge accomplishment which deserves great celebration!
Indeed it is a celebratory time for the cast and crew of Little Mosque on the Prairie, after the series was bestowed with three nominations for the 25th annual Gemini Awards.
The series was nominated for the category of the Best Comedy Series or Program award. Two of the series’ directors were also nominated for The Best Direction in a Comedy Series or Program. Director, Michael Kennedy was nominated for his exceptional directing of the program’s season four finale, A Lease Too Far. Director, Jim Allodi was also nominated for his directing of the fourth season episode entitled, Keeping the Faith.
These set of Gemini awards are the first for Little Mosque on the Prairie since the series’ debut in January 2007.
The Gemini awards, of-course, are the annual television broadcasting awards for the Canadian film and television industry.The 25th Gemini Awards Ceremony will be hosted by the Industry Gala Presentations from Tuesday, November 2 2010- Wednesday, November 3 2010 at the Kool Haus Entertainment Complex in Toronto.The broadcast gala will also be streamed live on November 13 2010 on Global and Showcase.
Visit the Gemini Awards Site to see a complete list of the nominations for the awards.
Congratulations are extended to both directors and to the entire cast and crew of Little Mosque on the Prairie for the nominations !This is indeed a huge accomplishment!