“House of Cards” won two Emmys—including one for casting directors Laray Mayfield and Julie Schubert—making it the first new media program to take home the gold and proving that the network system is permanently doomed.
With Emmy nominations being announced this Thursday, we look at the likely nominees in the top categories. Also: some names that might surprise us.
In 2009, Back Stage reader Bob Leonard was featured in our weekly "Who Got the Part?" column after he was cast as a member of the Timeless Torches, a dance team for the WNBA's New York Liberty.
Colin Buckingham arrived at Back Stage's annual Actorfest NY event last year with copies of his headshot and résumé but only a vague idea of whom he might be able to give them to.
“30 Rock” writer and all-around funnylady Kay Cannon chats about the pressure of writing the aca-sequel to “Pitch Perfect 2,” her greatest contribution to its casting, and her love of the films’ fans.