Off-camera Emmys get star treatment

Presentations grows in status

August 28, 2002|By Zap2it

LOS ANGELES - A host of TV stars will be on hand to give awards to the people who make them look good on camera at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards next month.

Jennifer Garner (Alias), Zach Braff (Scrubs), Jorja Fox (CSI) and Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under) are among the actors scheduled to present awards at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sept. 14. Saturday Night Live's Darrell Hammond will be host of the ceremony, which will be broadcast on E!

"We are excited to have such an eclectic group of talent from a myriad of television genres and networks," says the show's producer, Spike Jones Jr. "It's great to see that this show has grown enough to demand such a positive response from TV stars."

Garner has been nominated for a best actress Emmy for her work in her ABC series. CSI and Six Feet Under have been nominated in the best drama series category.

Other presenters will be John Cleese, Richard Schiff (The West Wing), Catherine Bell (JAG), Alyson Hannigan (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Illeana Douglas and Diedrich Bader (The Drew Carey Show).

Besides awards for technical and behind-the-scenes work, the Creative Arts Emmys will include awards for guest actors and actresses, outstanding reality program and outstanding animated program.

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