Alumnus Noah Mitz, and HDR Michael Keaton Among the many Winners on the 74th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – Information


September 13, 2022

The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards had been offered final night time in a reside broadcast on NBC. The primary trophy of the night time, for Excellent Lead Actor in a Restricted or Anthology Sequence or Film, went to Pittsburgh native and Carnegie Mellon College honorary diploma recipient Michael Keaton for his portrayal of Dr. Samuel Finnix on Hulu’s “Dopesick.” It’s the actor’s first Emmy Award. He acquired an honorary Physician of High quality Arts diploma from CMU in 2017.

Noah Mitz with an EmmyIn a ceremony for the Inventive Arts Emmys that passed off Sept. 3, Noah Mitz (left), a 2005 graduate of the College of Drama, took residence the trophy for Excellent Lighting Design/Lighting Course for a Selection Particular for his work as Lighting Designer for “Adele: One Night time Solely” on CBS. Mitz was nominated for a complete of 5 lighting design awards in two classes.

CMU alumni racked up a complete of 21 nominations for this yr’s Primetime Emmy Awards. See the complete record right here.

A number of alumni labored behind the scenes on the artwork path of the ceremony itself, together with College of Drama graduates Kristen Merlino (2005), Alana Billingsley (2004), and Lex Gernon (2016).

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