The complete list of winners

Here is the full list of winners from the 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. It includes the awards presented Sunday night on ABC and those that were bestowed Sept. 12. The Emmys are awarded by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and cover programming between June 1, 2003, and May 31, 2004.


For the record:
12:00 AM, Sep. 22, 2004 For The Record
Los Angeles Times Wednesday September 22, 2004 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 31 words Type of Material: Correction
Costume designers -- In the Monday Calendar section, the winners list for the 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards omitted Lisa Henrikson and Lucina Campbell, who won for costuming for a series.
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Los Angeles Times Friday September 24, 2004 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 38 words Type of Material: Correction
Emmy winners -- The list of Emmy Award winners in Monday’s Calendar section omitted Lisa Varetakis and Dean Grinsfelder from the names of the Discovery Channel’s “Dinosaur Planet” crew that was honored for sound editing for nonfiction programming.

Comedy series

“Arrested Development,” Fox.


Drama series

“The Sopranos,” HBO.


“Angels in America,” HBO.



“Something the Lord Made,” HBO.

Variety, music or comedy series

“The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” (show No. 8037), Comedy Central.

Variety, music or comedy special

“Elaine Stritch: At Liberty,” HBO.

Special class program

“New York City Ballet -- Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine 100" (“Live From Lincoln Center”), PBS.


Children’s program

“Happy to Be Nappy and Other Stories of Me,” HBO.

Nonfiction special

“The Forgetting: A Portrait of Alzheimer’s,” PBS.

Nonfiction series

“American Masters,” PBS.

Reality program

“Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” Bravo.


Reality/competition program

“The Amazing Race,” CBS.

Animated program (one hour or less)

“Samurai Jack” (“The Birth of Evil”), Cartoon Network.

Animated program (one hour or more)

“Star Wars: Clone Wars,” Cartoon Network.


“Outfit,” Citibank Identity Theft Card Protection.


Actor, comedy series

Kelsey Grammer, “Frasier,” NBC.

Actor, drama series

James Spader, “The Practice,” ABC.

Actor, miniseries or movie

Al Pacino, “Angels in America,” HBO.

Actress, comedy series

Sarah Jessica Parker, “Sex and the City,” HBO.

Actress, drama series

Allison Janney, “The West Wing,” NBC.

Actress, miniseries or movie

Meryl Streep, “Angels in America,” HBO.

Supporting actor, comedy series

David Hyde Pierce, “Frasier,” NBC.

Supporting actor, drama series

Michael Imperioli, “The Sopranos,” HBO.

Supporting actor, miniseries or movie

Jeffrey Wright, “Angels in America,” HBO.

Supporting actress, comedy series

Cynthia Nixon, “Sex and the City,” HBO.

Supporting actress, drama series

Drea de Matteo, “The Sopranos,” HBO.

Supporting actress, miniseries or movie

Mary-Louise Parker, “Angels in America,” HBO.

Guest actor, comedy series

John Turturro, “Monk,” USA.

Guest actor, drama series

William Shatner, “The Practice,” ABC.

Guest actress, comedy series

Laura Linney, “Frasier,” NBC.

Guest actress, drama series

Sharon Stone, “The Practice,” ABC.

Individual performance, variety or music program

Elaine Stritch, “Elaine Stritch: At Liberty,” HBO.

Voice-over performance

Dan Castellaneta, “The Simpsons” (“Today I Am a Clown”), Fox.


Comedy series

Mitchell Hurwitz, “Arrested Development” (pilot), Fox.

Drama series

Terence Winter, “The Sopranos” (“Long Term Parking”), HBO.

Variety, music or comedy program

David Javerbaum, Rich Blomquist, Steve Bodow, Tim Carvell, Stephen Colbert, Eric Drysdale, J.R. Havlan, Scott Jacobson, Ben Karlin, Rob Kutner, Chris Regan, Jason Reich, Jason Ross, Jon Stewart, “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” Comedy Central.

Miniseries, movie or dramatic special

Tony Kushner, “Angels in America,” HBO.

Nonfiction programming

Susan Lacy, Stephen Stept, “American Masters” (“Judy Garland: By Myself”), PBS.


Comedy series

Joe Russo, Anthony Russo, “Arrested Development” (pilot), Fox.

Drama series

Walter Hill, “Deadwood” (pilot), HBO.

Variety, music or comedy program

Louis J. Horvitz, “The 76th Annual Academy Awards,” ABC.

Miniseries, movie or dramatic special

Mike Nichols, “Angels in America,” HBO.

Nonfiction programming

Kate Davis, “Jockey,” HBO.

Art Direction

Multi-camera series

Roy Christopher, Amy Skjonsby-Winslow, Ron Olsen, “Frasier” (“Freudian Sleep/Caught in the Act”), NBC.

Single-camera series

Dan Bishop, Bernt Capra, Jeremy Cassells, Roger L. King, Gary Kosko, Leslie Frankenheimer, Sara Andrews Ingrassia, “Carnivale” (“Milfay,” pilot), HBO.

Miniseries, movie or special

Stuart Wurtzel, John Kasarda, George DeTitta Jr., “Angels in America” (Part 1, “Millennium Approaches” and Part 2, “Perestroika”), HBO.


Comedy series

Deborah Barylski, Geraldine Leder, “Arrested Development,” Fox.

Drama series

Debi Manwiller, Peggy Kennedy, “24,” Fox.

Miniseries, movie or special

Juliet Taylor, Ellen Lewis, “Angels in America,” HBO.


Jason Samuels Smith, “2003 Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon,” syndicated.


Multi-camera series

Bruce Finn, “8 Simple Rules” (“Goodbye”), ABC.

Single-camera series

Jeffrey Jur, “Carnivale” (“Pick a Number”), HBO.

Miniseries or movie

Donald M. Morgan, “Something the Lord Made,” HBO.

Nonfiction programming

Lisa Rinzler, “Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues” (“The Soul of a Man”), PBS.



Ruth Myers, Terry Dresbach, Niklas J. Palm, “Carnivale” (“Milfay,” pilot), HBO.

Miniseries, movie or special

Consolata Boyle, Magdalen Rubalcava, “The Lion in Winter,” Showtime.

Variety or music program

Jef Billings, Regina Winters, “Smucker’s Stars on Ice 2004,” A&E.;

Picture Editing

Single-camera drama series

Chris Willingham, “24" (“10-11 a.m.”), Fox.

Single-camera comedy series

E. Lee Haxall, “Arrested Development” (pilot), Fox.

Single-camera miniseries, movie or special

Michael Brown, “Something the Lord Made,” HBO.

Multi-camera series

Ron Volk, “Frasier” (“Goodnight, Seattle”), NBC.

Multi-camera miniseries, movie or special

Zoran Jevremov, Lance Cain, “A&E; in Concert: Paul McCartney in Red Square,” A&E.;

Nonfiction programming

Kristen Huntley, Deborah Peretz, Kate Hirson, “American Masters” (“Judy Garland: By Myself”), PBS.


Series (non-prosthetic)

Marie DelPrete, Malanie Romero, Michael Smithson, “Gilmore Girls” (“The Festival of Living Art”), WB.

Miniseries, movie or special (non-prosthetic)

J. Roy Helland, Joseph A. Campayno, “Angels in America” (“Millennium Approaches” and “Perestroika”), HBO.

Series, miniseries, movie or special (prosthetic)

James MacKinnon, Thomas R. Burman, Bari Dreiband-Burman, “Nip/Tuck” (pilot), FX.



Kerry Mendenhall, Louisa V. Anthony, Elisabeth Rabe, “Carnivale” (“After the Ball Is Over”), HBO.

Miniseries, movie or special

Linda Bourgon, Marie-Ange Ripka, “The Reagans,” Showtime.


Composition for a series (dramatic underscore)

Velton Ray Bunch, “Star Trek: Enterprise” (“Similitude”), UPN.

Composition for a miniseries, movie or special (dramatic underscore)

Bruce Broughton, “Eloise at Christmastime,” ABC.

Music direction

Harry Connick Jr., “Great Performances” (“Harry Connick Jr.: ‘Only You’ in Concert”), PBS.

Music and lyrics

Toni Childs, David Ricketts, Eddie Free, “Because You Are Beautiful” from “Until the Violence Stops,” Lifetime Television.

Main title theme music

Randy Newman, “Monk,” USA.

Sound Editing


Lawrence Mann, Steven H. Flick, Mark Larry, Benjamin Cook, Takako Ishikawa, Samuel Crutcher, Devin Joseph, Micha Liberman, Amy Kane, Anita Cannella, “Deadwood” (pilot), HBO.

Miniseries, movie or special

Geoffrey G. Rubay, Zack Davis, Tony Lamberti, Dave Williams, Karen Vassar, Bruce Tanis, Carey Milbradt, Lou Kleinman, Dave Williams, Allan K. Rosen, Nicholas Viterelli, Joshua Winget, Michael Lyle, “And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself,” HBO.

Nonfiction programming

Michael Payne, Stephen Robinson, Nancy Kyong Nugent, David Esparza, Patrick Cusack, Sean Rowe, Gregg Barbanell, “Dinosaur Planet” (“Alpha’s Egg; Pod’s Travel”), Discovery.

Single-camera sound mixing, series

Michael Olman, Kenneth Kobett, Bill Gocke, “24" (“5-6 p.m.”), Fox.

Single-camera sound mixing, miniseries or movie

Lee Dichter, Ron Bochar, James J. Sabat, “Angels in America” (“Part 2, Perestroika”), HBO.

Multi-camera sound mixing, series or special

Thomas J. Huth, Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Dana Mark McClure, “Frasier” (“The Doctor Is Out”), NBC.

Sound mixing, variety, music series or special

Nathaniel Kunkel, Simon Osborne, “A&E; in Concert: Sting: Sacred Love,” A&E.;

Sound mixing, nonfiction programming

Michael Olman, Kenneth Kobett, “Dinosaur Planet” (“Alpha’s Egg; Pod’s Travel”), Discovery.

Visual Effects


Ronald B. Moore, Daniel F. Curry, Elizabeth Castro, Paul Hill, Greg Rainoff, Fred Pienkos, Sean Scott, David Morton, Chris Zapara, “Star Trek: Enterprise” (“Countdown”), UPN.

Miniseries, movie or special

Nicholas Brooks, Sophie Leclerc, John Spooner, Ludo Fealy, Alastair Hearsum, Eve Ramboz, Charlie Noble, Luc Froehlicher, John Vegher, “Dreamkeeper” (Part 1), ABC.

Stunt Coordination

Greg Barnett, “24" (“10-11 a.m.”), Fox.

Technical Direction

Camerawork, video for series

Steven Cimino, John Pinto, Richard B. Fox, Brian Phraner, Michael Bennett, Eric A. Einstein, Susan Noll, Frank Grisanti, “Saturday Night Live” (Host: Janet Jackson), NBC.

Camerawork, video for miniseries,

movie or special

Ken Shapiro, Hector Ramirez, Dan Webb, Bruce Green, Mark Johnson, Marc Greenfield, Greg Poschman, Mark Sanford, “A&E; in Concert: Sting: Sacred Love,” A&E.;


Lighting direction

(electronic, multi-camera)

Robert Dickinson, Robert Barnhart, Andy O’Reilly, Matt Firestone, “The 46th Annual Grammy Awards,” CBS.

Main title design

Angus Wall, Patrick Murphy, Vonetta Taylor, “Carnivale,” HBO.

Individual achievement in animation

Seonna Hong, “My Life as a Teenage Robot” (“The Wonderful World of Wizzley”), Nickelodeon.

Bob Hope Humanitarian Award

Danny Thomas.

Syd Cassyd Founders Award

Leo Chaloukian.