The nominations for the 50th International Emmy Awards were revealed today with Celine Buckens receiving a Best Actress nomination for her portrayal of Talitha Campbell in Showtrial.
The 5-part crime drama series was shown on BBC One in 2021 with Celine starring as Talitha Campbell, the confident, wealthy daughter of an entrepreneur, who is arrested following the disappearance of fellow student. The series portrayed the media storm and very public courtroom drama that followed.
Other nominees include BBC/World Productions submarine drama Vigil, which stars Lorne MacFadyen and Anjli Mohindra, and has been nominated for Best Drama Series. Sex Education has been nominated for Best Comedy, which stars Alistair Petrie as headmaster of Moordale High Mr Groff, and Chinenye Ezeudu who stars as student Viv Odusanya.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in New York on Monday 22nd November.
Alistair Petrie, Chinenye Ezeudu, Lorne MacFadyen, Anjli Mohindra and Celine Buckens are available for voiceover from Anthea Represents. Click their images for their profile pages and voiceover showreels.