The complete list of winners

Here is the full list of winners from the 58th Annual Prime-Time Emmy Awards. It includes the awards presented Sunday night on NBC and those that were bestowed Aug. 19. The Emmys are awarded by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and cover programming from June 1, 2005, through May 31, 2006:



Comedy series

"The Office," NBC

Drama series

"24," Fox


"Elizabeth I," HBO


"The Girl in the Cafe," HBO

Variety, music

or comedy series

"The Daily Show With Jon Stewart," Comedy Central

Variety, music

or comedy special

"The XX Olympic Winter Games -- Opening Ceremony," NBC

Special class program

"Dance in America: Swan Lake With American Ballet Theatre (Great Performances)," PBS

Children's program

"High School Musical," Disney; "I Have Tourette's but Tourette's Doesn't Have Me," HBO

Nonfiction special

"Rome: Engineering an Empire," The History Channel

Nonfiction series

"10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America," The History Channel

Reality program

"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," ABC

Reality-competition program

"The Amazing Race," CBS

Exceptional merit in nonfiction filmmaking

"Baghdad ER," HBO; "Two Days in October (American Experience)," PBS

Animated program

(less than one hour)

"The Simpsons (The Seemingly Neverending Story)," Fox

Animated program

(one hour or more)

"Before the Dinosaurs," Discovery Channel


"Required Reading," Hallmark; "Stick," FedEx


Lead actor in a comedy series

Tony Shalhoub, "Monk," USA

Lead actor in a drama series

Kiefer Sutherland, "24," Fox

Lead actor in a miniseries

or a movie

Andre Braugher, "Thief," FX

Lead actress in

a comedy series

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, "The New Adventures of Old Christine," CBS

Lead actress in a drama series

Mariska Hargitay, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," NBC

Lead actress in a

miniseries or a movie

Helen Mirren, "Elizabeth I," HBO

Supporting actor

in a comedy series

Jeremy Piven, "Entourage," HBO

Supporting actor

in a drama series

Alan Alda, "The West Wing," NBC

Supporting actor in a miniseries or a movie

Jeremy Irons, "Elizabeth I," HBO

Supporting actress

in a comedy series

Megan Mullally, "Will & Grace," NBC

Supporting actress

in a drama series

Blythe Danner, "Huff," Showtime.

Supporting actress in a miniseries or a movie

Kelly Macdonald, "The Girl in the Cafe," HBO

Guest actor in a comedy series

Leslie Jordan, "Will & Grace," NBC

Guest actor in a drama series

Christian Clemenson, "Boston Legal," ABC

Guest actress

in a comedy series

Cloris Leachman, "Malcolm in the Middle," Fox

Guest actress

in a drama series

Patricia Clarkson, "Six Feet Under," HBO

Individual performance in a variety or music program

Barry Manilow, "Barry Manilow: Music and Passion," PBS

Voiceover performance

Kelsey Grammer, "The Simpsons (The Italian Bob)," Fox


Comedy series

Greg Garcia, "My Name Is Earl (Pilot)," NBC

Drama series

Terence Winter, "The Sopranos (Members Only)," HBO

Variety, music

or comedy program

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

Miniseries, movie

or a dramatic special

Richard Curtis, "The Girl in the Cafe," HBO

Nonfiction programming

Peter Jones, "Stardust: The Bette Davis Story," TCM


Comedy series

Marc Buckland, "My Name Is Earl (Pilot)," NBC

Drama series

Jon Cassar, "24 (7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.)," Fox

Variety, music or

comedy program

Louis J. Horvitz, "78th Annual Academy Awards," ABC

Miniseries, movie or a dramatic special

Tom Hooper, "Elizabeth I," HBO

Nonfiction programming

Jon Alpert, Matthew O'Neill, "Baghdad ER," HBO


Multi-camera series

Stephan Olson, Richard C. Walker, "How I Met Your Mother (Pilot)," CBS

Single-camera series

Joseph Bennett, Domenico Sica, Cristina Onori, "Rome (Caesarion, Triumph, Kalends of February)," HBO

Miniseries or movie

Eve Stewart, Leon McCarthy, Sarah Whittle, "Elizabeth I," HBO

Variety, music program

or special

Roy Christopher, Greg Richman, "78th Annual Academy Awards," ABC


Comedy series

Dava Waite Peaslee, "My Name Is Earl," NBC

Drama series

Linda Lowy, John Brace, "Grey's Anatomy," ABC

Miniseries, movie or special

Doreen Jones, "Elizabeth I," HBO


Multi-camera series

Christian LaFountain, "How I Met Your Mother (The Limo)," CBS

Single-camera series

Michael Slovis, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Gum Drops)," CBS

Miniseries or movie

Kieran McGuigan, "Masterpiece Theatre: Bleak House," PBS

Nonfiction programming -- single-camera productions

Jon Alpert, Matthew O'Neill, "Baghdad ER," HBO

Nonfiction programming -- multi-camera productions

Per A.C. Larsson, Sylvester Campe, Tom Cunningham, Chip Goebert, Uri Sharon, Scott Shelley, "The Amazing Race (Here Comes the Bedouin!)," CBS



April Ferry, Augusto Grassi, "Rome (Triumph)," HBO

Miniseries, movie or special

Mike O'Neill, Samantha Horn, "Elizabeth I (Part 2)," HBO

Variety or music program

Wendy Benbrook, Wanda Leavey, "MADtv (Episode #1109)," Fox; Erin Lareau, "Benise: Nights of Fire!," PBS; Dana Campbell, Randall Christensen, "Dancing With the Stars (Episode 208A)," ABC


Drama series, single-camera

David Latham, "24 (7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.)," Fox

Comedy series, single-camera

Lance Luckey, "My Name Is Earl (Ruined Joy's Wedding)," NBC

Miniseries or movie,


Beverley Mills, "Elizabeth I (Part 1)," HBO

Series, multi-camera

Joe Bella, "Two and a Half Men (That Special Tug)," CBS

Special (single or


Mike Polito, John Zimmer, Cathy Shields, Anny Meza, "The Kennedy Center Honors," CBS

Nonfiction programming (small team entries -- primarily single-camera productions)

Jennifer P. Honn, "Rome: Engineering an Empire," History Channel

Nonfiction programming (large team entries -- primarily multi-camera productions)

Matt Deitrich, Mike Bolanowski, Evan Finn, Eric Goldfarb, Julian Gomez, Andy Kozar, Paul Nielsen, "The Amazing Race (Here Comes the Bedouin!)," CBS



Aldo Signoretti, Ferdinando Merolla, Stefano Ceccarelli, Gaetano Panico, "Rome (Stealing From Saturn)," HBO

Miniseries, movie or special

Fae Hammond, Su Westwood, "Elizabeth I (Part 2)," HBO


Series (non-prosthetic)

Brian Sipe, Keith Vanderlaan, Will Huff, "Black.White. (Hour One)," FX

Miniseries, movie or

a special (non-prosthetic)

Daniel Phillips, "Masterpiece Theatre: Bleak House," PBS

Prosthetic makeup for a series, miniseries, movie or a special

Matthew W. Mungle, Michelle Vittone-McNeil, John E. Jackson, Clinton Wayne, "Six Feet Under (Everyone's Waiting)," HBO


Composition for a series (dramatic underscore)

Sean Callery, "24 (6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m.)," Fox

Miniseries, movie or special (dramatic underscore)

Geoff Zanelli, "Into the West," TNT

Music direction

Paul Gemignani, "South Pacific in Concert From Carnegie Hall (Great Performances)," PBS

Music and lyrics

Greg O'Connor (music composer), Jim Wise (lyrics), "MADtv (Episode #1111; Song: A Wonderfully Normal Day)," Fox

Main title theme music

Edward Shearmur, "Masters of Horror," Showtime



Michael Lawshe, Timothy Cleveland, Paul Diller, Stuart Calderon, Jason Oliver, Jessica Dickson, David Cowan, Chris McGeary, Casey Crabtree, Michael Crabtree, "Smallville (Arrival)," WB

Miniseries, movie or a special

Harry Snodgrass, Mark Linden, Tara A. Paul, David A. Sharf, Geoff Raffan, Carlos Ramirez, Joan Rowe, Chris Julian, "Flight 93," A&E;

Nonfiction programming (single or multi-camera)

Lila Yomtoob, "Baghdad ER," HBO


Series, single-camera

Craig Hunter, Peter R. Kelsey, Clark King, William Butler, "Boston Legal (Finding Nimmo)," ABC

Miniseries or movie, single-camera

George Tarrant, Richard Rogers, Rick Alexander, "Into the West (Dreams and Schemes)," TNT

Series or special,


Edward J. Greene, Andrew Strauber, "The West Wing (The Debate)," NBC

Variety or music series or special or animation

Edward J. Greene, Tom Vicari, Patrick Baltzell, Robert Douglass, Jamie Santos, "78th Annual Academy Awards," ABC; Elliot Schneider, Sue Pelino, "Eagles Farewell I Tour -- Live From Melbourne," NBC

Nonfiction programming (single or multi-camera)

Tom Fleischman, "American Masters -- Bob Dylan: No Direction Home," PBS.



Barrie Hemsley, James Madigan, Joe Pavlo, Duncan Kinnaird, Dan Pettipher, Michele Sciolette, Charles Darby, Clare Herbert, Anna Panton, "Rome (The Stolen Eagle)," HBO

Miniseries, movie or a special

Marc Weigert, Volker Engel, Ingo Putze, Robin Graham, Todd Sheridan Perry, Conrad Murrey, Sam Khorshid, Paul Graff, Ben Grossman, "The Triangle (Part 1)," Sci-Fi



Camerawork, video for a series

John Pritchett, Brian Reason, Hector Ramirez, Dave Levisohn, John Repczynski, Danny Bonilla, Easter Xau, Diane Biederbeck, Suzanne Ebner, James Karidas, Chris Gray, "Dancing With the Stars (Episode 204)," ABC

Camerawork, video for a miniseries, movie or a special

Robert LaMacchia, Cody Alexander, Dan Beard, Joe Debonis, Kenneth Decker, Eric Eisenstein, Rick Fox Jr., Sal Guarna, Mike Harvath, Terry Hester, Igor Klobas, Richie Leible Jr., Tore Livia, Jon Mantak, Chris Matott, Robert Mikkelson, Brian Phraner, John Pinto, Marc Tippy, Nick Utley, James Wachter, Harry Weisman, Mike Wimberley, Ken Woo, John Murphy, Jerrold Hochman, "The XX Olympic Winter Games -- Opening Ceremony," NBC


Stunt coordination

Jimmy Romano, "E-Ring (Snatch and Grab)," NBC


Kenny Ortega, Charles Klapow, Bonnie Story, "High School Musical," Disney

Lighting direction (electronic, multi-camera) for vmc programming

Olin Younger, Harry Sangmeister, "2005 American Music Awards," ABC

Main title design

Alen Petkovic, Jon Teschner, Renato Grgic, Kristijan Petrovic, "78th Annual Academy Awards," ABC

Outstanding achievement in interactive television


Individual achievement in animation

Jarek Szyszko, "Classical Bay 2 (The Hippo Dance)," HBO; Sarah E. Meyer, "Robot Chicken (Easter Basket)," Cartoon Network; Frederick Gardner, "The Life and Times of Juniper Lee (Adventures in Babysitting)," Cartoon Network; Bryan Arnett, "Escape From Cluster Prime," Nickelodeon; Shannon Tindle, "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (Go Goo Go)," Cartoon Network; Mike Diederich, "The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy," Cartoon Network

Governors award


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