23rd Gemini Awards

The 23rd Gemini Awards were held on 28 November 2008 to honour achievements in Canadian television.[1] The ceremony was broadcast on Showcase and E!. It was hosted by Jason Priestley.

Awards

References:[2] [3]

Best Comedy Program or Series

Best Dramatic Series

Best Dramatic Mini Series

Best Information Program or Series

Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series

  • Fabrizio Filippo, David Alpay, Jennifer Baxter, Mike Beaver, Robin BrĂ»lĂ©, Jayne Eastwood, Ennis Esmer, Brandon Firla, Ron Gabriel, Peter Keleghan, Arnold Pinnock, Aron Tager, Billable Hours
  • John Catucci, David Mesiano, Canadian Comedy Awards 2007: Best of the Fest
  • Inessa Annie Frantowski, Brooks Gray, Andy King, Rebecca McMahon, Leo Scherman, Morgan Waters, Cock'd Gunns
  • Christopher Bolton, Stephen Amell, Oliver Becker, Michael Bodnar, Sarain Boylan, 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
  • Mark Critch, Gavin Crawford, Geri Hall, Cathy Jones, This Hour Has 22 Minutes

Best Direction in a Dramatic Series

Best Writing in a Dramatic Series

Best Direction in a Comedy Program or Series

Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series

Best Music, Variety Program or Series

Best Reality Program or Series

Best Newscast

Best Documentary Series

Best Lifestyle/Practical Information Segment

Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role

Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role

Best Performance or Host in a Variety Program or Series

Best Individual Performance in a Comedy Program or Series

Best News Anchor

Canada Award

  • Qallunaat! Why White People Are Funny

Gemini Humanitarian Award

Earle Grey Award

  • David Gardner

Viewers' Choice Award Hottest Canadian Female Star

Viewers' Choice Award Hottest Canadian Male Star

References

  1. ^ Strachan, Alex (29 November 2008). "The Englishman's Boy, Durham County top winners at Geminis". The Ottawa Citizen. Canwest News Service. p. F4. Retrieved 9 June 2020 – via Newspapers.com.
  2. ^ "Nominees in major categories for the 23rd Gemini Awards | Toronto Star". thestar.com. Retrieved 8 March 2017.
  3. ^ "Canadian Screen Awards Database". Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television. Retrieved 8 July 2020.

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