Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series
Carmen Moore - Blackstone - White Bread, Red Class
Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series
Ryan Robbins - Sanctuary - Animus
Best Performance in a Youth or Children’s Program or Series
Richard Harmon - R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour - Nightmare Inn
Best Guest Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series
Michael Eklund - Fringe - The Plateau
Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series
Callum Keith Rennie - Shattered - Out of Sorrow
Several cast projects also won awards. Transparency, with Kendall Cross, Aleks Paunovic and Anna Galvin, won two, for Best Direction and Best Picture Editing in a Feature Length Drama. Tucker & Dale vs Evil, with Philip Granger and Alex Arsenault, won for Best Lead Performance by a Male (Tyler Labine), and Amazon Falls, with Zak Santiago and William B. Davis, won for Best Lead Performance by a Female (April Telek).
The complete list of winners is at LeoAwards.com. You can find pics from the event (Richard Harmon, Genevieve Buechner, Anna Galvin, Ryan Robbins, Chris Heyerdahl, Michael Eklund) at Miss604.com.
Peter Wingfield tweets that he will be filming an episode of Alphas, a new Syfy show that kicks off in about a month (July 11, with Callum Rennie guest starring in the pilot). From PeterWingfield.com:
Peter is going to be on an episode of SyFy's new show Alphas playing the character James Collier, directed by Leslie Libman. The show, which shoots in Toronto, has not begun airing yet but stars the oscar winning actor David Staithaim as Dr. Leigh Rosen, the head of Section 8, a team acting under the auspices of the National Security Agency with a mandate to locate and assess the threats posed by 'alphas', human beings with enhanced abilities due to differences in their brain structure.Can't confirm this anywhere, but Tahmoh Penikett might show up on The Killing tonight.
Last not least, a new interview clip - Esai Morales talks activism: