The 50th International Emmy Awards took place in New York last night with 23 countries represented across 15 categories. The UK won two of the most hotly contested categories with the smash hit TV shows Sex Education and Vigil.
Netflix's Sex Education, which stars Alistair Petrie and Chinenye Ezeudu, won Best Comedy. The BBC's 6-part submarine drama Vigil, which stars Lorne MacFadyen and Anjli Mohindra, won Best Drama Series.
Celine Buckens was nominated individually for Best Actress for her stand out performance in the BBC drama Showtrial.
The awards were hosted by Penn & Teller’s Penn Jillette and took place last night (Monday 21st November) at the New York Hilton Midtown Hotel.
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.