ICM Partners Takes to the Primetime and Creative Arts Emmys

Emmy season is always an exciting time for everyone at ICM Partners, and this year was no exception.

The celebrations kicked off at the Creative Arts Emmys, where Bradley Whitford was awarded Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his complex and captivating performance as Commander Joseph Lawrence in “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Stephen Frears took home the Outstanding Short-form Comedy of a Drama Series Emmy for “State of the Union” and Keith Raywood was awarded Outstanding Production Design For Variety, Reality or Competition Series for his work on “Saturday Night Live,”

Michele Clapton’s costuming work on “Game of Thrones” earned her an Emmy for Outstanding Fantasy/Sci–Fi Costumes while Angus Wall’s took home was awarded Outstanding Main Title Design for his title creations for the HBO epic. Rounding out the Creative Arts Emmys wins were Rudy Valdez and Jane Lynch, who earned Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking for “EP on The Sentence” and Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” respectively.

The acceptance speeches and toasts continued at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles for the Primetime Emmys where a handful of ICM Partners clients took home coveted awards. Don Roy King snagged the Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series for “Saturday Night Live” and the late Jacqueline Wilson was awarded Outstanding Competition Program for her work as a Co-Executive Producer on “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

Last, but certainly not least, is Tony Shalhoub, who took to the stage to deliver a comedic punch of an acceptance speech for his Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series win as Abe Weissman on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”