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18th Annual WIN Awards

Even with the worst storm in a decade hitting the area, the 18th Annual WIN Awards, which promotes gender parity to advance the value of women and girls, went on in full force at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles.

Here’s a recap along with the list of winners and honorees from the night’s event.

Honorees

Tracy Reiner – Carrie Fisher Courage Award Recipient
Anne Archer (Fatal Attraction) – Humanitarian Award Honoree
Karen Sharpe-Kramer (Johnny Ringo) – Unity Award Honoree

Presenters

  • Outstanding Comedy Series Award presented by Nicole & Brie Garcia (The Bella Twins)
  • Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Award presented by Jillian Rose Reed
    Outstanding Show Written by a Woman & Outstanding Film Written by a Woman Awards presented by Sarah Hay
  • Carrie Fisher Courage Award presented by host Suzanne Sena to recipient Tracy Reiner
  • Outstanding Documentary Film presented by Amy Ziering
  • Outstanding Reality Series and Outstanding Actress in a Reality Series Awards presented by John Brotherton
  • Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Awards presented by Gabrielle Dennis
  • Anne Archer is presented the Humanitarian Honoree Award by dear friend, Marisol Nichols
  • Outstanding Made for Television Movie or Miniseries Awards presented by Alysia Reine
  • Outstanding Show Directed by a Woman and Outstanding Film Directed by a Woman Awards presented by Malea Rose
  • Karen Sharpe-Kramer presented the Unity Award by Dawn Porter and daughter Kat Kramer
  • Brie Bella filming with her sister, Nikki Bella, for their reality TV series “Total Divas” on E!

Celebrities in Attendance
Anne Archer (Humanitarian Honoree), Karen Sharpe-Kramer (Unity Award Honoree), Tracy Reiner (Carrie Fisher Courage Award Recipient), Suzanne Sena (Host), Jillian Rose Reed (Awkward), Malea Rose (Kidnap), John Brotherton (Fuller House), Gabrielle Ruiz (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Gabrielle Dennis (Rosewood), Alysia Reiner (Orange Is the New Black), Sarah Hay (Flesh and Bone), Marisol Nicholas (Riverdale), Rhea Seehorn (Better Call Saul), Jean Smart (Fargo), Kat Kramer (Little Fockers), Maliabeth Johnson (Mad Men) and The Bella Twins (Total Divas)

18th Annual WIN Award Winners

OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI-SERIES
Flesh and Bone

OUTSTANDING ACTRESS MADE FOR TELEVISION / MINI-SERIES
Jean Smart – Fargo

OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES
Outlander

OUTSTANDING ACTRESS DRAMA SERIES
Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul

OUTSTANDING REALITY SERIES
I Am Jazz

OUTSTANDING ACTRESS REALITY SERIES
Brianna Garcia, Nicole Garcia – Total Divas

OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

OUTSTANDING ACTRESS COMEDY SERIES
Lisa Edelstein – Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce

OUTSTANDING FILM DIRECTED BY A WOMAN
Louise Osmond – Dark Horse

OUTSTANDING SHOW DIRECTED BY A WOMAN
Helen Shaver – Vikings “Yol”

OUTSTANDING SHOW WRITTEN BY A WOMAN
Lauren Houseman, Rachelle R. Williams – “Survivor’s Remorse”

OUTSTANDING FILM or SHOW PRODUCED BY A WOMAN
Jessica Goldberg, Michelle Lee – “The Path”

OUTSTANDING FILM WRITTEN BY A WOMAN
Sarah Megan Thomas, Alysia Reiner, Amy Fox – “Equit”

OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARY FILM
THE EAGLE HUNTRESS

OUTSTANDING FEATURE FILM
JULIETA

OUTSTANDING ACTRESS FEATURE FILM
Isabelle Huppert – “Elle”

About the WIN Awards
Since 1993, the charity Women’s Image Network has produced The WIN Awards to honor outstanding individuals in politics, business, music and the media who promote gender parity through their creativity and leadership. In addition to applauding musicians, actresses, directors, writers, producers, advertising, film and television.

To learn more or attend please call 310-229-5365 or email Info@TheWINAwards.com or visit http://TheWINAwards.com.