The Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild held its 7th Annual MUAHS Guild Awards formal gala at the NOVO by Microsoft at L.A. Live Downtown on Saturday night, January 11, 2020. Winners in the Feature Motion Pictures categories include Bombshell, Joker and Downton Abbey. Television winners include Big Little Lies, Fosse/Verdon and Chernobyl. For the categories for Television Special/Motion Picture Made for Television, winners include Saturday Night Live, Dancing with the Stars and Deadwood: The Movie .
Winners in the Daytime Television category were awarded to The Real and Children/Teen Program honors went to A Series of Unfortunate Events. Theatrical awards were bestowed upon Cats the Musical and Hamilton. The Commercial/Music Video Award was presented to Pose: Promo Campaign.
Award-winning actor Sir Patrick Stewart received this year’s Distinguished Artisan Award celebrating his prolific acting career on stage and screen spanning nearly six decades. Presenting the Distinguished Artisan Award to Stewart was Brent Spiner, star of Star Trek: Picard and Star Trek: Next Generation; James MacKinnon, Emmy Award-winning Makeup and Prosthetic Artist, Star Trek franchise including Star Trek: Picard; and Michael Westmore, Academy and Emmy Award-winning Makeup Artist and Designer of the Star Trek franchise.
Thomas Burman, Emmy-winning make-up artist, was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Make-Up celebrating his award-winning career in motion pictures and television for over five decades. He has won seven Emmy Awards, received 31 Emmy nominations, and one Oscar nomination, among many other accolades. His honor was presented by Vincent Van Dyke, Emmy-winning Make-up and Prosthetic Artist (Star Trek: Picard).
Martin Samuel, Oscar-nominated film and celebrity hair stylistreceived the Lifetime Achievement Award for Hair Styling applauding his career spanning the last 40 years and credited with more than 60 films, including three Oscar nominations. Presenting his award was Michael Apted, English director, producer, writer and actor and past president of the Directors Guild of America.
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