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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series

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

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
Awarded forOutstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held byMeredith Tucker, Jeanie Bacharach, & Cindy Tolan
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2018)
Websiteemmys.com

Contents

Winners and nominationsEdit

2000sEdit

Year Program Casting Network
2000
(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
2001
(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
Sex and the City Jennifer McNamara – casting executive HBO
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield – casting executive NBC
2002
(54th)
[3]
Sex and the City Jennifer McNamara – casting executive HBO
Frasier Jeff Greenberg – casting director NBC
Friends Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller – casting directors
Scrubs Brett Benner and Debby Romano – casting directors
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield – casting director
2003
(55th)
[4]
Sex and the City Jennifer McNamara – casting director HBO
Curb Your Enthusiasm Marla Garlin, Richard Hicks and Ronnie Yeskel – casting directors HBO
Friends Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller – casting directors NBC
Scrubs Brett Benner and Debby Romano – casting directors
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield – casting director
2004
(56th)
[5]
Arrested Development Deborah Barylski and Geraldine Leder – casting directors Fox
Curb Your Enthusiasm Allison Jones – casting director HBO
Frasier Jeff Greenberg – casting director NBC
Monk Anya Colloff, Lonnie Hamerman, Meg Liberman, Sandi Logan, Amy McIntyre Britt, and Cami Patton – casting directors USA
Sex and the City Jennifer McNamara – casting director HBO
2005
(57th)
[6]
Desperate Housewives Scott Genkinger and Junie Lowry-Johnson – casting directors ABC
Arrested Development Allison Jones – casting director Fox
Entourage Sheila Jaffe, Meredith Tucker, and Georgianne Walken – casting directors HBO
Scrubs Brett Benner and Debby Romano – casting directors NBC
Will & Grace Tracy Lilienfield – casting director
2006
(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
Desperate Housewives Scott Genkinger and Junie Lowry-Johnson – casting directors ABC
Entourage Sheila Jaffe, Meredith Tucker, and Georgianne Walken – casting directors HBO
Weeds Amy McIntyre Britt and Anya Colloff – casting directors Showtime
2007
(59th)
[8]
Ugly Betty Libby Goldstein and Junie Lowry-Johnson – casting directors ABC
Desperate Housewives Junie Lowry-Johnson and Scott Genkinger – casting directors ABC
Entourage Sheila Jaffe and Georgianne Walken – casting directors HBO
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara – casting director NBC
Weeds Amy McIntyre Britt and Anya Colloff – casting directors Showtime
2008
(60th)
[9]
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara Shroff – casting director NBC
Californication Felicia Fasano – casting directors; Pat McCorkle – original New York casting director Showtime
Curb Your Enthusiasm Allison Jones – casting director HBO
Pushing Daisies Camille Patton, Meg Liberman, and Jennifer Lare – casting directors ABC
Ugly Betty Jeff Greenberg and Mark Scott – casting directors
2009
(61st)
[10]
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara-Shroff – casting director NBC
Californication Felicia Fasano – casting director Showtime
The Office Allison Jones – casting director NBC
United States of Tara Allison Jones – original casting director; Cami Patton and Elizabeth Barnes – casting directors Showtime
Weeds Dava Waite Peaslee – casting director

2010sEdit

Year Program Casting Network
2010
(62nd)
[11]
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg – casting director ABC
Glee Robert J. Ulrich and Eric Dawson – casting directors; Jim Carnahan – New York casting director Fox
Nurse Jackie Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson – casting directors Showtime
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara-Shroff – casting director NBC
United States of Tara Cami Patton and Jennifer Lare – casting directors Showtime
2011
(63rd)
[12]
Glee Robert J. Ulrich and Eric Dawson – casting directors Fox
The Big C Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson – casting directors Showtime
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg – casting director ABC
Nurse Jackie Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson – casting directors Showtime
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara Shroff and Katja Blichfeld – casting directors NBC
2012
(64th)
[13]
Girls Jennifer Euston – casting director HBO
The Big C Bernard Telsey – casting director Showtime
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg – casting director ABC
New Girl Seth Yanklewitz, Juel Bestrop, Anya Colloff, and Michael Nicolo – casting directors Fox
Nurse Jackie Julie Tucker and Ross Meyerson – casting directors Showtime
Veep Allison Jones, Pat Moran, and Jennifer Euston – casting directors HBO
2013
(65th)
[14]
30 Rock Jennifer McNamara-Shroff, Katja Blichfeld, and 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
2014
(66th)
[15]
Orange Is the New Black 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
2015
(67th)
[16]
Veep Allison Jones, Meredith Tucker, and Pat Moran – casting directors HBO
Louie Gayle Keller – casting director FX
Modern Family Jeff Greenberg – casting director ABC
Transparent Eyde Belasco – casting director Amazon
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Jennifer Euston and Meredith Tucker – casting directors Netflix
2016
(68th)
[17]
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
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Cindy Tolan – casting director Netflix
2017
(69th)
[18]
Veep Dorian Frankel and Sibby Kirchgessner – casting directors HBO
Atlanta Alexa L. Fogel – casting director; Tara Feldstein Bennett and Chase Parie – location casting FX
Master of None Cody Beke – casting director; Teresa Razzauti – location casting Netflix
Silicon Valley Jeanne McCarthy, Nicole Abellera Hallman, and Leslie Woo – casting directors HBO
Transparent Eyde Belasco – casting director Amazon
2018
(70th)
[19]
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Meredith Tucker and Jeanie Bacharach – original casting directors; Cindy Tolan – casting director Amazon
Atlanta Alexa L. Fogel – casting director; Tara Feldstein Bennett and Chase Paria – Atlanta casting FX
Barry Sharon Bialy and Sherry Thomas – casting directors HBO
GLOW Jennifer Euston and Elizabeth Barnes – casting directors Netflix
Silicon Valley Jeanne McCarthy, Nicole Abellera Hallman and Leslie Woo – casting directors HBO

Multiple awardsEdit

Total awards by networkEdit

Programs with multiple awardsEdit

Programs with multiple nominationsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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