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Congratulations to all the winners of the 2010 Emmy Awards!

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Jim Parsons, “The Big Bang Theory”

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Edie Falco, “Nurse Jackie”

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad”

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Kyra Sedgwick, “The Closer”

Outstanding Comedy Series: “Modern Family”

Outstanding Drama Series: “Mad Men”

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie: Al Pacino, “You Don’t Know Jack”

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie: Claire Danes, “Temple Grandin”

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Neil Patrick Harris, “Bryan Ryan” in “Glee: Dream On”

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series: John Lithgow, “Arthur Mitchell” in “Dexter: Road Kill”

Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series: Betty White, Host, “Saturday Night Live”

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Eric Stonestreet, “Cameron Tucker” in “Modern Family”

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Aaron Paul, “Jesse Pinkman” in “Breaking Bad”

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie: David Strathairn, “Dr. Carlock” in “Temple Grandin”

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Jane Lynch, “Sue Sylvester” in “Glee”

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Archie Panjabi, “Kalinda Sharma” in “The Good Wife”

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie: Julia Ormond, “Eustacia” in “Temple Grandin”

Outstanding Voice-Over Performance: Anne Hathaway, “Princess Penelope” in “Once Upon A Time In Springfield”

Outstanding Made For Television Movie: “Temple Grandin”

Outstanding Miniseries: “The Pacific”

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program: “Top Chef”

Outstanding Reality Program: “Jamie Olvier’s Food Revolution”

Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Series: “The Daily Show With John Stewart”

Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Special: “The Kennedy Center Honors”

Outstanding Animated Program: “Disney Prep & Landing”

Outstanding Short-format Animated Program: “Robot Chickent: Full-Assed Christmas Speical”

Outstanding Nonfiction Series: “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea”

Outstanding Nonfiction Special: “Teddy: In His Own Words”

Outstanding Art Direction For a Miniseries or Movie: “The Pacific”

Outstanding Art Direction For Variety, Music, or Nonfiction Programming: “82nd Annual Academy Awards”

Outstanding Children’s Program: “Wizards Of Waverly Place: The Movie”

Outstanding Directing For a Comedy Series: Ryan Murphy, Director, “Glee-Pilot-Director’s Cut”

Outstanding Directing For a Drama Series: Steve Shill, Director, “Dexter: The Getaway”

Outstanding Directing For a Miniseries, Movie, or Dramatic Special: Mick Jackson, Director, “Temple Grandin”

Outstanding Directing For a Variety, Music, or Comedy Series: Don Roy King, Director, “Saturday Night Live: Host Betty White”

Outstanding Directing For a Variety, Music, or Comedy Special: Bucky Gunts, Director, “Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony”

Outstanding Directing For Nonfiction Programming: Barak Goodman, Director, “My Lai”

(For a complete list of winners visit: http://www.emmys.com)

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Be sure to catch Two-Time Tony Award Winner & fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Christine Ebersole performing at Cafe Carlyle in NYC from February 3-20 dazzling audiences with vibrant voice singing selections from her multitude of CDs as well as Broadway and American standards. Showtimes are Tuesday-Friday at 8:45pm, Saturday 8:45pm & 10:45pm, plus a special Valentine’s Day Show at 8:45pm.

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Congratulations to two-time Tony Award winner and fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Christine Ebersole for winning the 2010 Nightlife Award for “Outstanding Cabaret Vocalist in a Major Engagement.”

The 8th Annual Nightlife Awards ceremony will be held January 25 at 7pm at Town Hall in NYC on 43rd Street (between 6th & 7th Avenue). Bruce Vilanch hosts. For tickets visit www.ticketmaster.com or at Town Hall Box Office (123 West 43rd Street, New York City).

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Two-time Tony Award Winning Actress Christine Ebersole knows how to entertain whether it’s Broadway, cabaret, television, or  feature films. On Broadway, she has won two Tony Awards for “Lead Actress in a Musical” for “42nd Street” & “Grey Gardens” and was nominated for “Lead Actress in a Play” for “Dinner At Eight.” She made her Broadway debut in “Angel Street” in 1976. Other Broadway credits include “I Love My Wife” with Joanna Gleason & James Naughton, “On The Twentieth Century” with Kevin Kline and Imogene Cocoa, Agnes de Millie’s revival of “Oklahoma” (where she put her signature on the role of “Ado Annie”), “Camelot” with Richard Burton, Stephen Sondheim’s “Getting Away With Murder,” “The Three Sisters,” “Steel Magnolias,” and “Blithe Spirit.” Off-Broadway, Christine has been honored with an Obie, Outer Circle Critics, and Drama Desk Awards for “Best Actress” in a Musical” for “Grey Gardens” (before it moved to Broadway) as well as an Outer Circle Critics & Obie Award for her performance in “Talking Heads.”

In addition to theatre Christine has delighted audiences on television for over 20 years. During her one year tenure on ABC’s “One Life To Live,” Christine received an Emmy Nomination for her role as “Maxie McDermott.” She also starred on “Saturday Night Live” from 1981-1982. Her numerous guest starring and recurring roles include USA’s “Royal Pains,” “Samantha Who?,” “Cashmere Mafia,” “Lipstick Jungle,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Will & Grace,” “Related,” “Rachel Gunn, R.N.,” “Ally McBeal,” “Crossing Jordan,” and “Murphy Brown.” Her TV movie credits include “Mary and Rhoda”, “Gypsy” with Bette Midler, “Dying to Love You,” “The Dollmaker” with  Jane Fonda, USA’s “Unexpected Family” and “Unexpected Life”  (both with Stockard Channing) as well as “Double Platinum” with Diana Ross.

Her feature film credits include “Amadeus,” “Tootsie,” “Thief of Hearts”, Billy Cosby’s “Ghost Dad,” “Folks!,” “Dead Again,” “My Girl 2,” “Richie Rich,” “Black Sheep,” and ‘Til There Was You.”

As if theatre, television, and movies weren’t enough, Christine also entertains crowds with her sold-out cabaret shows (many times performing with the one and only Billy Stritch, who is also a fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant). She has performed in such legendary cabaret venues as Birdland, Feinstein’s At The Regency, The Metropolitan Room, and Cinegrill. Her CDs include: “Live at the Cinegrill,” “In Your Dreams,” and “Sunday In New York” (both with Billy Stritich).

You can catch Christine and Billy in concert together from December 2-5 at Birdland in New York City performing their holiday extravaganza “Town & Country Christmas,” featuring seasonal classics from their past shows as well as some brand-new material. They are sure to sell out fast, so get your tickets now! For more on Christine Ebersole, be sure to visit: http://www.christineebersole.com.

1. What is the highest and lowest note you can sing? Lowest is a D below middle C.  Highest is an E above high C.

2. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that no one knows about? I play the nose trumpet, but everyone knows that.

3. Who is the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to? Alan Rickman.

4. Who do you consider to be your hero? Luke Rudkowski.

5. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? Paris.

6. What was your first fan encounter like? I don’t remember.

7. If you couldn’t be doing what you are doing now, what career would you choose? Wealthy.

8. Favorite play/musical? “Grey Gardens.”

9. Favorite website: www.wearechange.org.

10. “Mary” or “Rhoda”? They are both friends of mine.

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