Bradley Whitford poses with the award for outstanding guest actor in a drama series for "The Handmaid's Tale." AP
A trio of Emmy-honoured actors are winners again for their guest performances in TV series, joined by an awards newcomer.
Bradley Whitford and Cherry Jones received trophies for their "The Handmaid's Tale" roles at Sunday's creative arts Emmy ceremony.
Jane Lynch and Luke Kirby won on the comedy side, both for "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
Whitford added to his Emmys for "The West Wing" and "Transparent," while Jones previously won for "24."
Lynch added to her four previous Emmys for series including "Glee" and "Hollywood Game Night."
Kirby, who played Lenny Bruce on "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," has also appeared in "The Deuce" and "Rectify."
The creative arts awards set the table for the main Emmy ceremony, airing Sept. 22 on Fox.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has revealed its longlists of nominees across 24 categories for its upcoming film awards.
With a lack of releases amid the coronavirus pandemic, there are plans to postpone the Academy Awards ceremony next year by four months, for the first time in 93 years.
"Nomadland," a moving drama about van dwellers in recession-hit America from Searchlight Pictures, also took the best director prize for Chinese-born Chloe Zhao.
The 12th season comes at the back of immense success last year, during which the garden provided families and children with the opportunity to celebrate the region’s biggest sporting event, the FIFA World Cup.
Najah Salam was born on March 13, 1931, in Beirut. Her father is the artist and writer Muhyiddin Salam, one of the most prominent composers and oud players in Lebanon and the Arab world.
"We are devastated to announce the loss of Sir Michael Gambon," a statement issued on behalf of his family said.