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Hair, makeup nods weaved

'Pirates,' 'Rings' pick up pairs

HOLLYWOOD — The hair and makeup artists behind “Sex and the City,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” and “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” nabbed two awards apiece Saturday at the fifth annual Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards.

“The Return of the King” won for character makeup, feature (Peter King, Peter Owen) and special makeup effects, feature (Richard Taylor, Gino Acevedo and Jason Docherty).

“Pirates of the Caribbean” won for period makeup in a feature (Ve Neill, Joel Harlow, Douglas Noe, David De Leon, Kenneth Diaz, David Dupuis, Deborah Patino and C. Jene Fielder) and character hair styling (Martin Samuel, Lucia Mace).

Event was held at the BevHilton, where 20 nods were bestowed before some 900 guests, including Lucy Liu, there to support the “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” troop, and Tom Hanks, who was on hand to present the lifetime achievement makeup award to Daniel Striepeke (“Forrest Gump,” “Saving Private Ryan”)

Liu presented the lifetime achievement hair styling award to Colleen Callaghan (“A Beautiful Mind”). The Barrymore Career Achievement Award, bestowed annually on a thesp whose body of work has had a profound impact on the artistry of hair and makeup, was handed to Nicolas Cage.

In all, seven awards for achievements in motion pictures were doled out, nine for TV and one for live theatrical performance.

The winners for makeup in features are contemporary makeup, feature, “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle,” Kimberly Green, Erin Ayanian and Robin Fredriksz; period makeup, feature, “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” Ve Neill, Joel Harlow, Douglas Noe, David De Leon, Kenneth Diaz, David Dupuis, Deborah Patino and C. Jene Fielder; character makeup, feature, “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” Peter King, Peter Owen; and special makeup effects, feature, “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” Richard Taylor, Gino Acevedo and Jason Docherty.

Winners for hair styling in features: contemporary hair styling, feature, “Legally Blonde: Red, White and Blonde,” Toni Ann Walker, Steve Robinette and Edward Morrison; period hair styling, feature, “The Last Samurai,” Janice Alexander, Terry Baleil, Karen Myers, Carol Pershing and Kimberly Spiteri; and character hair styling, feature, “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” Martin Samuel, Lucia Mace.

Awards for makeup in television are contemporary makeup, television, “Sex & the City,” Judy Chin, Nikki Ledermann and Kerrie Plant; character makeup, television, “Gilmore Girls,” Marie Del Prete, Melanie Romero, Michael Smithson, and Deborah Zoller; period makeup, television, “American Dreams,” Julie Socash, Kim Perrodin, Bob Scribner and Kandace Westmore; and special makeup effects, television, “Nip/Tuck,” James Mackinnon, Thomas Burman, Bari Burman.

Other winners include contemporary hair styling, television, “Sex and the City,” Mandy Lyons, Donna Fischetto and Peg Schierholz; period hair styling, television, “Carnivale,” Kerry Mendenhall, Louisa Anthony and Nanci Cascio; character hair styling, television, “Gilmore Girls,” Romy Flemming and Christina Raye; makeup for a mini, television, “Tracey Ullman in The Trailer Tales,” Matthew Mungle, Sally Sutton, Kate Shorter; hair styling for a mini, “Normal,” Bunny Parker, Tony Mirante and Linda DeAndrea; makeup or hair styling, live theatrical performance, “Wicked,” Jenny Kine Turko, Mindy Hall, Alfonso Annotto.

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