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Mare of Easttown’s Julianne Nicholson Upsets Kathryn Hahn at Emmys 2021

After giving the performance of her career in the Mare of Easttown season finale, Julianne Nicholson pulled off a major Emmys upset. Facing competition from nominees such as WandaVision’s Kathryn Hahn and her own Mare costar Jean Smart, Nicholson won the 2021 Emmy for supporting actress in a limited series.
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Julianne Nicholson, Medford Native, Wins Supporting Actress Emmy For ‘Mare Of Easttown’

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Julianne Nicholson, a native of Medford, won her first Emmy award Sunday night. She took home the prize for best supporting actress in a limited series for her work on the hit HBO show “Mare Of Easttown.” Nicholson is also known for her roles in “August: Osage County” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” She triumphed over other nominees in the category Renée Elise Goldsberry, Kathryn Hahn, Moses Ingram, Jean Smart and Phillipa Soo. In her acceptance speech, she thanked “Mare” star and fellow Emmy winner Kate Winslet for calling and convincing her to take the part. “Man, you’re...

Julianne Nicholson Wins Her First Emmy, Tells Kate Winslet “I Owe This To You”

Julianne Nicholson won her first Emmy on Sunday at the 73rd annual Emmy Awards, taking the trophy for her work as Lori Ross in the HBO Max limited series Mare of Easttown. Easttown follows Mare (Kate Winslet), a small-town detective investigating the murder of a young girl. Lori is Mare’s close friend and confidant, and despite their crumbling lives, the two friends try to hold on to their long-lasting friendship. The series is directed by Craig Zobel and was written by Brad Ingelsby.

Michaela Coel and Julianne Nicholson Recognize Sexual Assault Survivors and Women in Texas, Afghanistan During Emmys

When Michaela Coel and Julianne Nicholson took to the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards stage on Sunday night, they used their acceptance speeches to platform the issues of sexual assault and women facing rights restrictions in places like Texas and Afghanistan. The I May Destroy You creator, who won this year’s writing for a limited or anthology series or movie honor, began her speech by saying that it was for writers, but she ultimately ended with a powerful show dedication to assault survivors. “Write the tale that scares you. That makes you feel uncertain. That isn’t comfortable. I dare you,” she began her...

Emmys 2021: ‘Mare of Easttown’ stars Evan Peters and Julianne Nicholson win Supporting Actor and Actress in Limited Series

Mare of Easttown stars Evan Peters and Julianne Nicholson snagged the Emmys for Best Supporting Actor and Actress in a Limited Series during Sunday night's ceremony. Other nominees in Nicholson's category included her Mare of Easttown co-star Jean Smart, Kathryn Hahn from WandaVision, Phillipa Soo and Renee Elise Goldsberry both from Hamilton, and Moses Ingram from The Queen's Gambit.
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Julianne Nicholson On Her ‘Mare Of Easttown’ Emmy-Nominated Performance, Cheesesteaks, And Accents

You know Julianne Nicholson. At least, you at least know her roles well. She’s appeared on addictive procedural and soapy primetime TV, including roles in the Law and Order franchise and even Ally McBeal. More relevantly for our purposes here, you know her from several HBO prestige dramas. There’s her role in Boardwalk Empire and an upcoming Lakers-focused series coming up, but then there are a few recent parts, in which she’s portrayed characters who have (arguably) done the most suffering within vast ensemble casts. I’m talking about The Outsider (in which she portrayed a wife of a prominent El Cuco victim, played by Jason Bateman, and the person who arguably had the most reason to be angry in the entire show) and Mare of Easttown, in which she played Lori, who lost her entire family as a result of one murder that ripped through a small town with Kate Winslet’s title character on the case.