Wednesday, August 25, 2010

2010 Openly Gay Emmy Contenders

This Sunday are the Primetime Emmy® Awards. Happily
there are lots of LGBT & LGBT-Inclusive Emmy Nominees

this year. Openly LGBT actors nominated (alphabetically) are:

Chris Colfer as Kurt Hummel (Glee)

Alan Cumming as Eli Gold (The Good Wife)

Neil Patrick Harris as Barney Stinson (How I Met Your Mother)

& as Bryan Ryan (Glee)

Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Mitchell Pritchett (Modern Family)

Jane Lynch as Sue Sylvester (Glee) & as

Dr. Linda Freeman (Two and a Half Men)

Ian McKellen as Two (The Prisoner)

Lily Tomlin as Marilyn Tobin (Damages)


Eric Stonestreet was nominated for Outstanding Supporting

Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as Cameron, Mitchell’s

partner, on "Modern Family" & Will Arnett was nominated for

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as the

openly gay Devin Banks on "30 Rock". "Glee" topped nominations

for comedy series this year with 19 nominations. "Glee" received

nods for openly gay director Paris Barclay, who directed the

episode in which Kurt comes out to his father, as well as for the

show’s openly gay creator Ryan Murphy, who wrote & directed

the pilot. Also Wanda Sykes was nominated for her HBO comedy

special, Wanda Sykes: "I’ma Be Me", which touched upon her

experiences as a recently married lesbian woman raising a family.

The 62 Annual Primetime Emmy Awards air live this Sunday,

August 29, @ 8PM EST/5PM PST on NBC. Check it OUT…:)

Update: Margaret Cho has joined "Dancing with the
Stars." Check OUT our Exclusive Audio Interview w/
her addressing Gay Activism & more....

@ OUTTAKE VOICES™


Hear Audio Interviews w/ LGBT Leaders @OUTTAKE VOICES™

1 Comments:

Anonymous Jarrett Barrios said...

This year’s nominees reflect a diverse range of openly gay and bisexual actors, characters and plot lines, all of which help Americans better understand and accept our community. By nominating eight openly gay, lesbian or bisexual actors for television’s highest honor, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has sent a clear message that LGBT actors are limitless in the roles that they play and offer a rich variety of talent that deserves recognition.

Jarrett Barrios is President of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)

August 25, 2010 at 6:33 AM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home