Death of a Salesman (2000 film)

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Death of a Salesman is a 2000 television film directed by Kirk Browning, based on the 1949 play of the same name by Arthur Miller. The film stars American actor Brian Dennehy (who won a Golden Globe Award at the 58th Golden Globe Awards for his performance) as Willy Loman (the Salesman). The film earned two nominations at both the 7th Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2001 and the 52nd Primetime Emmy Awards in 2000.


Awards and Nominations[edit]

Directors Guild of America:

  • Outstanding Directing - Television Film (Browning, nominated)

Emmy Awards:

Golden Globe Awards:

Producers Guild of America:

  • Television Producer of the Year - Longform (won)

Screen Actors Guild:

External links[edit]

Death of a Salesman at the Internet Movie Database