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The Casting Society of America has announced its 20th annual Artios nominations, honoring outstanding achievement in casting. Simultaneous kudofests are skedded in L.A. and Gotham on Oct. 12.

A special career achievement award will go to Quentin Tarantino.

The Hoyt Bowers Award will be presented to Mary V. Buck and Susan Edelman. The recipient of the Apple Award has not been determined.

And the 20th annual Artios nominees are…

Feature Film Casting — Drama:
Francie Maisler, “21 Grams”
Denise Chamian, “Big Fish”
Phyllis Huffman, Carolyn Pickman, “Mystic River”
Debra Zane, “Seabiscuit”
Deborah Aquila, Tricia Wood, “House of Sand and Fog.”

Feature Film Casting –Comedy:
Kathleen Chopin, “Along Came Polly”
Mary Nernieu, Felicia Fasano, “Bad Santa”
Ronna Kress, “Pirates of the Caribbean”
Ilene Starger, “School of Rock”
Jane Jenkins, Janet Hirshenson, “Something’s Gotta Give.”

Independent Film Casting:
Bernard Telsey, “Camp”
Ferne Cassel, Kimberly Mullen, “Monster”
Bernard Telsey, Willian Cantler, “Pieces of April”
Coreen Mayrs, Heike Brandstatter, “Saved”
Amanda Mackey Johnson, Cathy Sandrich Felfond, Wendy Weidman, “The Cooler.”

Dramatic Episodic Casting:
Debi Manwiller and Peggy Kennedy, “24″
April Webster and Mandy Sherman, “Alias”
Junie Lowry Lohnson, “Deadwood”
Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson and Carol Kritzer, “Nip/Tuck”
Gary M. Zuckerbrod, “Without a Trace.”

Comedy Episodic Casting:
Deborah Daylski and Geraldine Leder, “Assested Development”
Jeff Greenberg, “Frasier”
Meg Liberman and Cami Patton, “Monk”
Debby Romano and Brett Benner, “Scrubs”
Tracy Lilienfield for “Will and Grace.”

Dramatic Pilot Casting:
John Papsidera and Wendy O’Brien for “Carnivale”
Junie Lowry Johnson and Julie Tucker, “Deadwood”
Vicki Rosenberg, “Joan of Arcadia”
Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson and Carol Kritzer, “Nip/Tuck”
Patrick J. Rush and Alyson Silverberg, “The O.C.”

Comedy Pilot Casting:
Deborah Barylski, “Arrested Development”
Geraldine Leder, “Cracking Up”
ichard Hicks, “It’s All Relative”
Nikki Valko and Ken Miller, “Two And a Half Men”
Mali Finn and John Buchan, “Wonderfalls.”

Movie of the Week Casting:
John Papsidera, “And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself”
Phyllis Huffman, “Helter Skelter”
Janet Hirshenson, Jane Jenkins and Liz Marks, Kathleen Chopin, “Iron Jawed Angels”
Lynn Kressel and Cate Praggastic, “Plainsong”
Lynn Kressel and Pat Moran, “Something The Lord Made”
Susan Edelman, “The Reagans.”

Mini Series Casting:
Meg Liberman, Cami Patton, Irene Cagen, Coreen Mayers, Keike Branstatter and Kiane Kerbel, “A Wrinkle in Time”
Meg Liberman, Cami Patton and Carol Kelsay, “Out of Order”
Junie Lowry Johnson and Scott Genkinger, “Spartacus”
Donna Rosenstein, “The Mystery of Natalie Wood”
Mary Jo Slater, Steve Brooksbank and Stuart Aikins, “Traffic.”

Daytime Episodic Casting:
Judy Blye Wilson, “All My Children”
Rob Decina, “Guiding Light;” Julie Madison and Victoria Visgilio, “One Life to Live”
Jacklynn Briskey, “Passions”
Marnie Saitta, “The Young and the Restless.”

Dramatic Theater Casting:
James Calleri, “A Raisin in the Sun”
William Cantler and Bernard Telsey, “Anna in the Tropics”
Bernard Telsey and Wilian Cantler, “Frozen”
Daniel Swee, “Henry IV”
Daniel Swee, “The Retreat From Mos-cow.”

Comedy Theater Casting:
Arnold J. Mungioli, “Bleacher Bums”
Stuart Howard and Amy Schecter, “Sly Fox”
Stuart Howard and Amy Schecter, “The Graduate”
Jim Carnahan, “Twentieth Century.”

Musical Theater Casting:
Jim Carnahan, “Assassins”
Cindy Tolan, “Avenue Q”
Joseph McConnell, “The Boy from Oz”
Bernard Telsey and Willian Cantler, “Wicked”
Jay Binder and Laura Stanczyk, “Wonderful Town.”

Animated Voice-Over TV Casting:
Barbara Wright for “All Grown Up” and “As Told by Giner”
Ruth Lambert, Robert McGee and Gillian O’Neill, “Game Over”
Joey Paul Jensen, “Party Wagon”
Barbara Wright, “Rocket Power.”

Off-Broadway Casting:
Judy Henderson, “Aunt Dan and Lemon”
Bernard Telsey and William Cantler, “Distance From Here”
Tara Rubin,” Living Out”
William Cantler and Bernard Telsey, “Sea of Tranquility”
Mark Simon and Stuart Howard, “The Normal Heart”
Stephanie Klapper, “The Stendhal Syndrome.”

Regional Theater:
Tara Rubin, “A Streetcar Named Desire”
Mark Simon, “Bounce”
James Calleri, “Butley”

L.A. Theater:
Bruce H. Newberg, “Assassins”
Bruce H. Newberg, “Company”
Michael Donovan, “Dinah Was”
Bruce H. Newberg, “Kismet”
Bruce H. Newberg, “My Fair Lady.”

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