‘Frasier’, wins comedy series nod; ‘Practice’ grabs drama Emmy

HBO garners 15 awards; NBC leads big three with 19

Complete list of winners:

COMEDY SERIES
“Frasier” – Grub Street Prods. in association with Paramount (NBC).

DRAMA SERIES
“The Practice” – David E. Kelley Prods. in association with Twentieth Century Fox (ABC).

MINISERIES
“From the Earth to the Moon” – HBO Programming in association with Imagine Entertainment and Clavius Base (HBO).

TELEFILM
“Don King: Only In America” – A Thomas Carter Company production in association with HBO Pictures (HBO).

LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Kelsey Grammer – “Frasier” (NBC).

LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Helen Hunt – “Mad About You” (NBC).

LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Andre Braugher – “Homicide: Life On the Street” (NBC).

LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Christine Lahti – “Chicago Hope” (CBS).

SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
David Hyde Pierce – “Frasier” (NBC).

SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Lisa Kudrow – “Friends” (NBC).

SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Gordon Clapp – “NYPD Blue” (ABC).

SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Camryn Manheim – “The Practice” (ABC).

LEAD ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Gary Sinise – “George Wallace” (TNT).

LEAD ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Ellen Barkin – “Before Women Had Wings” (ABC).

GUEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Mel Brooks – “Mad About You” (NBC).

GUEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Emma Thompson – “Ellen” (ABC).

GUEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
John Larroquette – “The Practice” (ABC).

GUEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Cloris Leachman – “Promised Land” (CBS).

SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
George C. Scott – “12 Angry Men” (Showtime).

SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Mare Winningham – “George Wallace” (TNT).

PERFORMANCE IN A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Billy Crystal – “The 70th Annual Academy Awards” (ABC).

ANIMATED PROGRAM(for programming one hour or less)
“The Simpsons” (“Trash of the Titans”) – Gracie Films in association with Twentieth Television (Fox).

VARIETY, MUSIC OR COMEDY SERIES
“Late Show With David Letterman” – Worldwide Pants Incorporated (CBS).

VARIETY, MUSIC OR COMEDY SPECIAL
“The 1997 Tony Awards” – Tony Award production (CBS).

DIRECTING FOR A COMEDY SERIES
Todd Holland – “The Larry Sanders Show” (“Flip”) (HBO).

DIRECTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES
Mark Tinker – “Brooklyn South” (“Pilot”) (CBS).
Paris Barclay – “NYPD Blue” (“Lost Israel, Part 2”) (ABC).

DIRECTING FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Louis J. Horvitz – “The 70th Annual Academy Awards” (ABC).

DIRECTING FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
John Frankenheimer – “George Wallace” (TNT).

WRITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES
Peter Tolan, Garry Shandling, writers – “The Larry Sanders Show” (“Flip”) – Brillstein/Grey Entertainment, Partners with Boundaries Prods. (HBO).

WRITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES
Nicholas Wootton, David Milch, Bill Clark, teleplay – “NYPD Blue” (“Lost Israel – Part II”) – Steven Bochco Prods. (ABC).

WRITING FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Eddie Feldmann, head writer; Dennis Miller, David Feldman, Leah Krinsky, Jim Hanna, David Weiss, Jose Arroyo, writers – “Dennis Miller Live” – Happy Family Prods. (HBO).

WRITING FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Kario Salem, writer – “Don King: Only In America” – Thomas Carter Company production in association with HBO Pictures (HBO).

CLASSICAL MUSIC-DANCE PROGRAM
“Yo-Yo Ma Inspired By Bach” – A Rhombus Media Production in co-production with TVOntario, Thirteen/WNET in New York, BBC Television (PBS).

CHILDREN’S PROGRAM (Area Award: Possibility of one or more than one award.)
“Muppets Tonight” – The Jim Henson Co. (Disney Channel).
“Nick News Special Edition – What Are You Staring At?” – Lucky Duck Prods. in association with Nickelodeon (Nickelodeon).

NON-FICTION SPECIAL (Area Award: Possibility of one or more than one award.)
“Discovery Sunday – Vietnam POWs: Stories Of Survival” – A KnightScenes, Inc. Production for Discovery Channel (Discovery Channel).

NON-FICTION SERIES (Area Award: Possibility of one or more than one award.)
“The American Experience” – David Grubin Production in association with The American Experience (PBS).

CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A SERIES
Constantine Makris – “Law & Order” (“Stalker”) – Wolf Films in association with Universal Television (NBC).

CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Eric Van Haren Noman – “What the Deaf Man Heard” – Hallmark Hall of Fame Prods. (CBS).

SINGLE-CAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A SERIES
Heather MacDougall – “The X-Files” (“Kill Switch”) – Ten Thirteen Prods. in association with 20th Century Fox Television (Fox).

SINGLE-CAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Eric Sears – “Gia” – A Marvin Worth production in association with Citadel Entertainment/Kahn Power Pictures and HBO Pictures (HBO).

MULTICAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A SERIES
Ron Volk – “Frasier” (“Room Service”) – Grub Street Prods. in association with Paramount (NBC).

MULTICAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL
Richard Daws, Jason Porthouse – “Stomp Out Loud” – Yes/No Prods./Yellow House Film Co./HBO (HBO).

MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A SERIES (DRAMATIC UNDERSCORE)
Christophe Beck, composer – “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (“Becoming, Part 1”) (WB).

MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A MINISERIES OR MOVIE (DRAMATIC UNDERSCORE)
Bruce Broughton, composer – “Glory & Honor” (TNT).

MUSIC DIRECTION
Bill Conti, music director – “The 70th Annual Academy Awards” (ABC).

MUSIC AND LYRICS
Alf Clausen, composer; Ken Keeler, lyricist – “The Simpsons” (“You’re Checkin’ In (A Musical Tribute to the Betty Ford Center)”) (Fox).

MAIN TITLE THEME MUSIC
Maribeth Derry, Tom Snow, Robbie Buchana, Richard Barton Lewis, composers/lyricists – “Fame L.A.” (syndicated).

ART DIRECTION FOR A SERIES
Graeme Murray, production designer; Greg Loewen, art director; Shirley Inget, set decorator – “The X-Files” (“The Post-Modern Prometheus”) (Fox).

ART DIRECTION FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Roger Hall, production designer; John King, supervising art director; Mike Boone, art director; Karen Brookes, set decorator – “Merlin (Part I)” (NBC).

ART DIRECTION FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Randy Ser, production designer; Edward L. Rubin, art director; Julie Kaye Fanton, set decorator – “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella” (ABC).

COSTUME DESIGN FOR A SERIES
Dan Moore – “The Magnificent Seven” (“Working Girls”) (CBS).

COSTUME DESIGN FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Ann Hollowood – “Merlin (Part 1)” (NBC)

COSTUME DESIGN FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM
Jane Ruhm – “Tracey Takes On… Sports” (HBO).

COSTUMING FOR A SERIES

LuEllyn Harper, costume supervisor; Carol Lupo, key costumer – “NewsRadio” (“Sinking Ship”) (NBC).

COSTUMING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL (Area Award: Possibility of one or no award.)
Amy Stofsky, costume supervisor – “The Pentagon Wars” (HBO).

SOUND EDITING FOR A SERIES
Walter Newman, supervising sound editor; Darren Wright, Rick Camera, sound editors; Darleen Stoker-Kageyama, Cathy Flynn-Morris, dialogue editors; Tom Harris, ADR editor; Michael D. Dittrick, music editor; Casey Crabtree, James Bailey, Foley artists – “ER” (“Exodus”) (NBC).

SOUND EDITING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL
Michael Graham, supervising sound editor; Greg Schorer, co-supervising sound editor; Kristi Johns, Suzanne Angel, ADR editors; Bill Bell, Mark Friedgen, Bob Costanza, Rob Webber, Gary Macheel, Rick Steele, Lou Thomas, Adriane Marfiak, Anton Holden, Michael Lyle, David Eichhorn, Mark Steele, Tim Terusa, Rusty Tinsley, sound editors; Kim Naves, music editor; Tim Chilton, Jill Schachne, Foley artists – “Rough Riders (Part 2)” (TNT).

SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY SERIES OR A SPECIAL
Paul Lewis, production mixer; Nello Torri, Kurt Kassulke, Peter R. Kelsey, re-recording mixers – “Ally McBeal” (“Boy to the World”) (Fox).

SOUND MIXING FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC SERIES OR A SPECIAL
Edward J. Greene, production mixer; Tom Vicari, music mixer; Robert Douglass, Patrick Baltzell, sound mixers – “The 70th Annual Academy Awards” (ABC).

SOUND MIXING FOR A DRAMA SERIES
Russell Fager, production mixer; Rusty Russell Smith, William Freesh, re-recording mixers – “Chicago Hope” (“Brain Salad Surgery”) (CBS).

SOUND MIXING FOR A DRAMA, MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Russell Williams II, production mixer; David E. Fluhr, Adam Jenkins, re-recording mixers – “12 Angry Men” (Showtime).

CASTING FOR A SERIES
Lou Digiaimo, Pat Moran, Brett Goldstein, casting executives – “Homicide: Life on the Street” (NBC).

CASTING FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Meg Liberman, Marc Hirschfeld, Sharon Klein, Mark Fincannon, Lisa Mae Wells Fincannon, Craig Fincannon, casting executives; Deborah Brown, casting executive-N.Y. – “From the Earth to the Moon” (HBO).

CHOREOGRAPHY
Marguerite Derricks, Peggy Holmes – “Fame L.A.” (Pilot) (syndicated).

LIGHTING DIRECTION (ELECTRONIC) FOR A COMEDY SERIES
Donald A. Morgan, director of photography – “Home Improvement” (“A Night To Dismember”) (ABC)

LIGHTING DIRECTION (ELECTRONIC) FOR A DRAMA SERIES, VARIETY SERIES, MINISERIES, MOVIE OR SPECIAL
Robert Dickinson, lighting designer; Andy O’Reilly, Matt Ford, Bob Barnhart, lighting directors – “The 70th Annual Academy Awards” (ABC).

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS FOR A SERIES
Pedro Pires, computer graphic design – “Yo-Yo Ma Inspired By Bach” (“The Sound of the Carceri”) (PBS).

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE
Tim Webber, visual effects supervising designer; Stefan Lange, visual effects cameraman; Matthew Cope, visual effects shoot coordinator; Richard Conway, physical special effects supervisor; Tim Greenwood, George Roper, Murray Butler, Angus Wilson, Pedro Sabrosa, William Bartlett, Avtar Bains, visual effects artists – “Merlin (Part I)” (NBC).

TECHNICAL DIRECTION/CAMERA/VIDEO FOR A SERIES
Gene Crowe, technical director; Dave Chameides, Hank Geving, Larry Heider, Bob Heighton, Don Lenzer, Bill Philbin, camera; Chuck Reilly, John O’Brien, video – “ER” (“Ambush”) – Constant C Prods., Amblin Television in association with Warner Bros. Television (NBC).

TECHNICAL DIRECTION/CAMERA/VIDEO FOR A SPECIAL
Emmett Loughran, technical director; Miguel Armstrong, Juan Barrera, Jim Covello, John Feher, Manny Gutierrez, Jake Ostroff, David Smith, Ron Washburn, camera; William Steinberg, video – “The Metropolitan Opera Presents Carmen” – The Metropolitan Opera Assn. (PBS).

MAKEUP FOR A SERIES
Todd A. McIntosh, John Vulich, John Maldonado, John Wheaton, Gerald Quist, Margi Latinopoulos, Dayne Johnson, Alan Friedman, Craig Reardon, Michael Blake, Robin Beauchesne, Brigette Myre-Ellis, Mark Shostrom, makeup artists – “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (“Surprise/Innocence”) – Mutant Enemy/Kuzui Enterprises/Sanddollar Prods. in association with Twentieth Century Fox TV (WB).

MAKEUP FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL
Aileen Seaton, makeup artist; Mark Coulier, prosthetic makeup artist – “Merlin” – Hallmark Entertainment (NBC).

HAIRSTYLING FOR A SERIES
Audree Futterman, hairstylist – “Tracey Takes On … Smoking”) – Takes On Prods. (HBO).

HAIRSTYLING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR SPECIAL
Vicky Phillips, hairstylist; Lynda Gurasich, special hairstylist – “From the Earth to the Moon” – HBO Programming in association with Imagine Entertainment and Clavius Base (HBO).

MAIN TITLE DESIGN
Kasumi Mihori, Billy Pittard, Ed Sullivan, title designers – “The Wonderful World of Disney” – Walt Disney Television (ABC).

ACHIEVEMENT IN NON-FICTION PROGRAMMING (Area Award: Possibility of one or more than one award.)

Cinematography
Richard Chisolm, Paul Goldsmith, Buddy Squires, Jerry Cotts, Nick Caloyianis, Jon Else, cinematographers – “National Geographic Special: America’s Endangered Species: Don’t Say Good-bye” – National Geographic Television (NBC).
Jim Dutcher, cinematographer – “Wolves At Our Door” – Dutcher Films for the Discovery Channel (Discovery Channel).

Sound Editing
Patrick M. Griffith, supervising sound editor; Lisa Hannan, sound editor – “National Geographic Explorer” (“Rat”) – National Geographic Television (TBS Superstation).

Sound Mixing
Jamie Dutcher, sound mixer – “Wolves At Our Door” – Dutcher Films for Discovery Channel (Discovery Channel).

COMMERCIAL
“Apple Computer – Think Different” – TBWA Chiat/Day, ad agency.

INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN ANIMATION
Eric Radomski, production designer – “Spawn” -(HBO).

VOICEOVER PERFORMANCE
Hank Azaria – “The Simpsons”(FOX)

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