2007 Gemini Awards

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The 22nd Gemini Awards were held on October 28, 2007 in Regina, Saskatchewan to honour achievements in Canadian television. The ceremony was broadcast on CBC Television. It was hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos.

Awards[edit]

Best Comedy Program or Series[edit]

  • Odd Job Jack, producers: Jonas Diamond, Adrian Carter, Jeremy Diamond, Denny Silverthorne
  • Rent-a-Goalie, producers: Chris Szarka, Christopher Bolton
  • Royal Canadian Air Farce, producers: Roger Abbott, Don Ferguson
  • This Hour Has 22 Minutes, producers: Michael Donovan, Geoff D'Eon, Mark Farrell, Jack Kellum, Susan MacDonald, Jenipher Ritchie
  • Corner Gas, producers: Brent Butt, Paul Mather, David Storey, Virginia Thompson

Best Direction in a Dramatic Series[edit]

Best Dramatic Series[edit]

  • Slings & Arrows, producers: Niv Fichman, Sari Friedland
  • Intelligence, producers: Chris Haddock, Laura Lightbown, Arvi Liimatainen
  • Jozi-H, producers: Alfons Adetuyi, Amos Adetuyi, Adeelah Carrim, Tony Dennis, Alyson Feltes, Marva Ollivierre, Stephen Turnbull, Mfundi Vundla
  • ReGenesis, producers: Christina Jennings, Tom Chehak, Manny Danelon, Scott Garvie, Laura Harbin, Avrum Jacobson, Shane Kinnear
  • Whistler, producers: Kelly Senecal, John Barbisan, Sam Feldman, Noreen Halpern, Ian McDougall, John Morayniss, Danny Virtue, Janet York

Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series[edit]

  • Brent Butt, Lorne Cardinal, Fred Ewanuick, Gabrielle Miller, Eric Peterson, Nancy Robertson, Tara Spencer-Nairn, Janet Wright, Corner Gas, "Gopher It"
  • Roman Danylo, Aurora Browne, Jennifer Goodhue, Albert Howell, Terry McGurrin, Jenn Robertson, Ian Sirota, Winston Spear, Gavin Stephens, Comedy Inc - Season 3, July 2, 2006
  • Christopher Bolton, Stephen Amell, Oliver Becker, Inga Cadranel, Louis Di Bianco, Carlos Diaz, Matt Gordon, Gabriel Hogan, Mayko Nguyen, Pascal Petardi, Joe Pingue, Jeff Pustil, Philip Riccio, Maria Vacratsis, Jeremy Wright, Rent-A-Goalie, Episode 6
  • Roger Abbott, Penelope Corrin, Don Ferguson, Luba Goy, Jessica Holmes, Craig Lauzon, Alan Park, Royal Canadian Air Farce, AF 300 Live
  • Rob De Leeuw, Kaela Bahrey, Karen Cliche, Ellen David, Trevor Hayes, Kathleen Robertson, Nobuya Shimamoto, Matt Silver, James A. Woods, Nicolas Wright, The Business, Check Please
  • Cathy Jones, Gavin Crawford, Mark Critch, Shaun Majumder, This Hour Has 22 Minutes Series Fourteen, Episode 3

Best Host or Interviewer in a Sports Program or Sportscast[edit]

  • Ron MacLean "Hockey Night in Canada: Ron MacLean"
  • Brian Williams Bell Spirit of the Game: Own the Podium, Feb 25/March 4/March 11, 2007
  • James Duthie NHL on TSN, November 8, 2006

Best Individual Performance in a Comedy Program or Series[edit]

  • Phyllis Ellis "The Wilkinsons" - I Don't Want to Lose You to LA
  • Elvira Kurt "Ha!ifax Comedy Fest 2006" - Episode 3
  • John Cleese "Just for Laughs Gala Series" - Show #1
  • Rick Mercer "Rick Mercer Report" - Episode 5
  • Teresa Pavlinek "The Jane Show Season Two" - House of Jane

Best Music, Variety Program or Series[edit]

Best News Anchor[edit]

Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role[edit]

  • Paul Gross "Slings & Arrows Season Three" - The Promised End
  • John Cassini "Intelligence" - Down But Not Out
  • Ian Tracey "Intelligence" - Down But Not Out
  • Peter Outerbridge "ReGenesis Season Three" - Dust in the Wind
  • William Hutt "Slings & Arrows Season Three" - The Promised End

Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role[edit]

  • Martha Burns Slings & Arrows Season Three, All Blessed Secrets
  • Klea Scott Intelligence, Where Good Men Die Like Dogs
  • Gabrielle Miller Robson Arms - Season Two, Texas Birthmark
  • Susan Coyne Slings & Arrows Season Three, All Blessed Secrets

Best Performance or Host in a Variety Program or Series[edit]

  • Measha Brueggergosman, Kevin Breit, Lou Pomanti - Words to Music: The Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame
  • Measha Brueggergosman - 2007 East Coast Music Awards
  • Michael Smith - CBC Winnipeg Comedy Fest
  • Andrew Craig, Alana Bridgewater, Kellylee Evans, Chris Lowe, Jackie Richardson, Sharon Riley -Gospel Christmas Celebration
  • Shawn Byfield - The TO Variety Show, Toronto Dances
  • Michael Bublé, Lou Pomanti - Words to Music: The Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series[edit]

  • Mark Farrell Corner Gas, Gopher It
  • Paul Mather Corner Gas, Blog River
  • Brent Butt Corner Gas, Kid Stuff
  • Alan Rae Little Mosque on the Prairie, The Convert
  • Paul Mather, Greg Eckler, Chris Finn, Rick Mercer, Tim Steeves Rick Mercer Report, Episode 5

Best Writing in a Dramatic Series[edit]

Canada Award[edit]

Donald Brittain Award for Best Social/Political Documentary Program[edit]

  • Fatherland Producers: Laszlo Barna, Manfred Becker
  • Bombay Calling Producers: Adam Symansky, Sally Bochner
  • Cottonland Producers: Annette Clarke, Kent Martin
  • Empz 4 Life Producers: Allan King, Kathy Avrich-Johnson, Rudy Buttignol
  • Faith Without Fear Producers: Gordon Henderson, Silva Basmajian
  • Martyr Street Producers: Shelley Saywell, Deborah Parks

Earle Grey Award[edit]

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