John Papsidera

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John Papsidera is a casting director[1] based in Los Angeles, California, known for his work in film and television. Papsidera has worked with some of the most successful directors in the world such as Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott, and Christopher Nolan.

He has been nominated for twelve Artios Awards, and has won four in addition to his four Emmy nominations. His casting credits have included The Dark Knight, Enchanted (film), and Prison Break. and is currently working with actress Shante James in The up coming film Transcendence.

He works at Automatic Sweat with casting director colleague, Jennifer Cram.

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Casting director[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Artios awards:[2]

  • Nominated, 2009, Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Big Budget Feature - Drama for: The Dark Knight
  • Nominated, 2008, Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Studio Feature - Comedy for: ‘‘ Enchanted (shared with Marcia Ross and Susan Shopmaker)
  • Won, 2006, Best Dramatic Pilot Casting for: Prison Break (Wendy O’Brien and Claire Simon)
  • Won, 2005, Best Movie of the Week for: Lackawanna Blues (shared with Wendy O’Brien)
  • Nominated, 2005, Best Mini Series Casting for: Revelations (shared with Wendy O’Brien and John Buchan)
  • Won, 2004, Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Pilot for: Carnivale (shared with Wendy O’Brien)
  • Nominated, 2004, Best Casting for television film of the Week for: And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
  • Nominated, 2003, Best Casting for television film of the Week for: “Live from Baghdad” (2002)
  • Won, 2001, Best Casting for Feature Film, Independent for: Memento
  • Nominated, 2000, Best Casting for television film of the Week for: “If These Walls Could Talk 2 ”(2000)
  • Nominated, 1999, Best Casting for Feature Film, Independent for “Another Day in Paradise”
  • Nominated, 1995, Best Casting for television film of the Week for “Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long” (shared with Mindy Marin)

Emmy Awards:[2]

  • Won, 2005, Outstanding Casting for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special for “Lackawanna Blues”
  • Nominated, 2004, Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series for: Carnivale (Shared with Wendy O’Brien)
  • Won, 2003, Outstanding Casting for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special for: “Live with Baghdad”
  • Nominated, 2000, Outstanding Casting for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special for: “If These Walls Could Talk 2”

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