Deborah McNulty dies at 56

Makeup artist won Emmy for 'Deadwood'

Makeup artist Deborah McNulty, an Emmy winner in 2005 for her work on HBO series “Deadwood,” died Sunday, Nov. 6, in Los Angeles. She was 56.

Other credits include 1983 documentary “Errol Flynn: Portrait of a Swashbuckler,” telepic “The Secretary” and features “Another Nine & a Half Weeks,” “The Mighty,” “Stanley’s Gig,” and “Whipped.” Her last bigscreen credit was on 2007’s “Man in the Chair,” starring Christopher Plummer.

McNulty is survived by her mother; a brother; and two daughters.

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