LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – January 30, 2023 – The Casting Society (CSA) today announced the Emmy-nominated actresses. Yvette Nicole Brown (“Act Your Age”, “Disenchanted”, “Community”) are the hosts of the 38th Annual Artios Awards on Thursday, March 9th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. This annual awards ceremony honors casting for her professional contributions to film, television and theater. Braun will host a virtual celebration of the 36th Annual Artios Awards in 2021, taking the stage to host this prestigious in-person gala for the first time in two years.
“Yvette did an amazing job hosting the virtual Artios Awards two years ago and I’m thrilled to see her on stage in person in front of the casting community in Los Angeles.” We are a strong advocate of professional casting and are thrilled to be the first Artios Awards host since 2020.”
Rita MorenoEGOT winners (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) will be presented with the Lynn Stalmaster Award for career achievement at the ceremony. “MS. Moreno has had an illustrious career and is a cultural icon. I am,” said Lilly.
famous and famous casting director Leslie Feldman Winner of the Hoyt Bowers Award. The award is a tribute to excellence in casting and recognizes the recipient’s outstanding contribution to the body of work and the casting profession.
Black Theater United will receive the Marion Doherty New York Apple Award, which is recognized annually by the casting community for an individual or organization that has made a special contribution to the New York entertainment industry through collaboration with casting professionals.
Jessica ShermanAward-winning casting director will receive the Rosalie Joseph Humanitarian Award for outstanding contributions to humanitarian causes that have supported the casting community.
Simone BearLast year, he was named a winner of the 2023 European Capellia Show Awards for Excellence in Casting, but recently passed away, but will receive the award posthumously. Named after legendary European casting directors Margot Capellier and Rose in his Tobias Show, the award is given annually in recognition of unique contributions to casting and its craft.
First held in 1985, the Artios Awards recognize casting professionals in over 20 different categories, including film, television and theater. Additionally, special winners will be selected for their contributions to the craft. Nominees and winners are voted on by members of the Casting Society.