Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
Awarded for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held by Allison Jones, Beth Harris, and Meredith Tucker,
Veep (2016)
Official website emmys.com

This is a list of the winners and nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series.

Winners and nominations[edit]

2000s[edit]

Year Program Casting Network
19992000
(52nd)[1]
Freaks and Geeks Allison Jones, casting executive; Coreen Mayrs and Jill Greenberg Sands, casting executives (location) NBC
Malcolm in the Middle Mary V. Buck, Susan Edelman, Ken Miller, and Nikki Valko, casting executives Fox
Sex and the City Kerry Barden, Billy Hopkins, Jennifer McNamara, and Suzanne Smith, casting executives HBO
Sports Night Paula Rosenberg and Bonnie Zane, casting executives ABC
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield, casting executive NBC
20002001
(53rd)[2]
Ally McBeal Ken Miller and Nikki Valko, casting executives Fox
Ed Brett Goldstein, Carol Kelsay, Jonathan Strauss, Todd Thaler, and Bonnie Zane, casting executives NBC
Frasier Jeff Greenberg, casting executive NBC
Sex and the City Jennifer McNamara, casting executive HBO
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield, casting executive NBC
20012002
(54th)[3]
Sex and the City Jennifer McNamara, casting executive HBO
Frasier Jeff Greenberg, casting by NBC
Friends Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller, casting by NBC
Scrubs Brett Benner and Debby Romano, casting by NBC
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield, casting by NBC
20022003
(55th)[4]
Sex and the City Jennifer McNamara, casting by HBO
Curb Your Enthusiasm Marla Garlin, Richard Hicks and Ronnie Yeskel, casting by HBO
Friends Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller, casting by NBC
Scrubs Brett Benner and Debby Romano, casting by NBC
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield, casting by NBC
20032004
(56th)[5]
Arrested Development Deborah Barylski and Geraldine Leder, casting by Fox
Curb Your Enthusiasm Allison Jones, casting by HBO
Frasier Jeff Greenberg, casting by NBC
Monk Anya Colloff, Lonnie Hamerman, Meg Liberman, Sandi Logan, Amy McIntyre Britt, and Cami Patton, casting by USA
Sex and the City Jennifer McNamara, casting by HBO
20042005
(57th)[6]
Desperate Housewives Scott Genkinger and Junie Lowry-Johnson, casting by ABC
Arrested Development Allison Jones, casting by Fox
Entourage Sheila Jaffe, Meredith Tucker, and Georgianne Walken, casting by HBO
Scrubs Brett Benner and Debby Romano, casting by NBC
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield, casting by NBC
20052006
(58th)[7]
My Name Is Earl Dava Waite Peaslee, casting director NBC
The Comeback Elizabeth Barnes, Meg Liberman, and Cami Patton, casting directors HBO
Curb Your Enthusiasm Allison Jones, casting director HBO
Desperate Housewives Scott Genkinger and Junie Lowry-Johnson, casting by ABC
Entourage Sheila Jaffe, Meredith Tucker, and Georgianne Walken, casting directors HBO
Weeds Amy McIntyre Britt and Anya Colloff, casting by Showtime
20062007
(59th)[8]
Ugly Betty Libby Goldstein and Junie Lowry Johnson, casting by ABC
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara, casting by NBC
Desperate Housewives Junie Lowry Johnson and Scott Genkinger, casting by ABC
Entourage Sheila Jaffe and Georgianne Walken, casting directors HBO
Weeds Amy McIntyre Britt and Anya Colloff, casting by Showtime
20072008
(60th)[9]
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara Shroff, casting by NBC
Californication Felicia Fasano, casting by; Pat McCorkle, original New York casting by Showtime
Curb Your Enthusiasm Allison Jones, casting director HBO
Pushing Daisies Camille Patton, Meg Liberman, and Jennifer Lare, casting by ABC
Ugly Betty Jeff Greenberg and Mark Scott, casting by ABC
20082009
(61st)[10]
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara-Shroff, casting director NBC
Californication Felicia Fasano, casting by Showtime
The Office Allison Jones, casting by NBC
United States of Tara Allison Jones, original casting by; Cami Patton and Elizabeth Barnes, casting by Showtime
Weeds Dava Waite Peaslee, casting by Showtime

2010s[edit]

Year Program Casting Network
20092010
(62nd)[11]
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg, casting by ABC
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara-Shroff, casting by NBC
Glee Robert J. Ulrich and Eric Dawson, casting director; Jim Carnahan, New York casting director Fox
Nurse Jackie Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson, casting by Showtime
United States of Tara Cami Patton and Jennifer Lare, casting by Showtime
20102011
(63rd)[12]
Glee Robert J. Ulrich and Eric Dawson, casting directors Fox
The Big C Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson, casting directors Showtime
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara Shroff and Katja Blichfeld, casting directors NBC
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg, casting director ABC
Nurse Jackie Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson, casting directors Showtime
20112012
(64th)[13]
Girls Jennifer Euston, casting by HBO
The Big C Bernard Telsey, casting by Showtime
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg, casting by ABC
New Girl Seth Yanklewitz, Juel Bestrop, Anya Colloff, and Michael Nicolo, casting by Fox
Nurse Jackie Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson, casting by Showtime
Veep Allison Jones, Pat Moran, and Jennifer Euston, casting by HBO
20122013
(65th)[14]
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara-Shroff, Katja Blichfeld & Jessica Daniels, casting directors NBC
Girls Jennifer Euston, casting director HBO
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg, casting director ABC
Nurse Jackie Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson, casting director Showtime
Veep Allison Jones, Pat Moran, and Meredith Tucker, casting directors HBO
20132014
(66th)[15]
Orange Is the New Black [16] Jennifer Euston, casting director Netflix
Louie Gayle Keller, casting director FX
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg, casting director ABC
Nurse Jackie Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson, casting director Showtime
Veep Allison Jones, Pat Moran, and Meredith Tucker, casting directors HBO
20142015
(67th)[17]
Veep Allison Jones, Pat Moran, and Meredith Tucker, casting directors HBO
Louie Gayle Keller, casting director FX
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg, casting director ABC
Transparent Eyde Belasco, casting director Amazon Video
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Jennifer Euston and Meredith Tucker, casting directors Netflix
20152016
(68th)[18]
Veep Allison Jones and Beth Harris casting directors HBO
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg, casting director ABC
Silicon Valley Jeanne McCarthy, Nicole Abellera Hallman, and Leslie Woo, casting directors HBO
Transparent Eyde Belasco, casting director Amazon Video
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Cindy Tolan, casting director Netflix

Total awards by network[edit]

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

3 awards
2 awards

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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  6. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2005/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
  7. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2006/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
  8. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2007/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
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  11. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2010/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
  12. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2011/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
  13. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2012/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
  14. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2013/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
  15. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2014/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
  16. ^ "HBO Leads the Way at 2014 Creative Arts Emmys with 15 Honors, NBC Second with 10". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. August 16, 2014. Retrieved August 17, 2014. 
  17. ^ http://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2015/outstanding-casting-for-a-comedy-series
  18. ^ "Nominees/Winners". Retrieved July 15, 2016.