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69th Primetime Emmy Awards Details and Presenters

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards are this Sunday the 17th and the list of presenters is being constantly updated. All four Guest Acting winners from last weekend – Alexis Bledel, Gerald McRaney, Melissa McCarthy and Dave Chappelle – will be there to present as the guest winners usually are.

Here is the most current list plus the producing details of the show.

James Corden
Dave Chappelle (Comedy Guest Actor winner)
Jane Fonda
Lily Tomlin
Iain Armitage
Alexis Bledel (Drama Guest Actress winner)
Rachel Bloom
Matt Bomer
Carol Burnett
Priyanka Chopra
Viola Davis
Laura Dern
Mark Feuerstein
Jermaine Fowler
Chris Hardwick
Zoe Kravitz
Norman Lear
LL Cool J
Sonequa Martin-Green
Tatiana Maslany
Melissa McCarthy (Comedy Guest Actress winner)
Seth MacFarlane
Gerald McRaney (Drama Guest Actor winner)
Seth Meyers
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Kaitlin Olson
Dolly Parton
Sarah Paulson
Jeremy Piven
Issa Rae, Craig Robinson
Gina Rodriguez
Anika Noni Rose
Emmy Rossum
Cicely Tyson
Gabrielle Union
BD Wong
Shailene Woodley
Oprah Winfrey
Nicole Kidman
Reese Witherspoon
Alec Baldwin
Riz Ahmed
Anthony Anderson
Alex Baldwin
Allison Janney
Tracee Ellis Ross
Jason Bateman
Jessica Biel
Edie Falco
Anna Faris
Rashida Jones
Debra Messing
Lea Michele
Shemar Moore
Kumail Nanjiani
Jim Parsons
Adam Scott

From CBS and the Television Academy:

Three-time Emmy Award-winning production designer Steve Bass has designed some of the most prestigious shows on television, including the “Academy Awards®,” the “GRAMMY® Awards,” the “Tony Awards®” and multiple “Emmy®Awards” productions. His company, Hasbas Entertainment, also provides design and creative direction for live productions.

Head writer Dave Boone has won two Emmy Awards for his work on the 63rd and 64th “Tony Awards” and has been nominated 11 times, including this year for the “70th Annual Tony Awards.” Also, Boone has written for 11 “Academy Awards” telecasts, the “Kennedy Center Honors,” “The Golden Globe® Awards,” “The Academy of Country Music Awards,” “The Screen Actors Guild Awards,” “The Television Academy Honors” and “The Television Academy Hall of Fame.”

During an accomplished career that spans decades, lighting designer Bob Dickinson has earned 20 Emmy Awards and is among the most recognized and respected lighting designers in the entertainment industry. Dickinson’s credits include the “Academy Awards,” the “Tony Awards,” the “Golden Globe Awards” and the “GRAMMY® Awards.” He has worked on numerous television shows, including “Conan” and “Duets,” music specials for the Eagles, the Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Celine Dion, U2, Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera, the television musicals “The Sound of Music Live!” and “Peter Pan Live!,” and the “Super Bowl Halftime Show” a dozen times.

Sarah Levine Hall joins the Emmy Awards production team as coordinating producer for the first time. Hall has worked on multiple projects with White Cherry Entertainment, including the last 12 Tony Awards telecasts and the “Kennedy Center Honors.” Also, her credits include the “Super Bowl Halftime Show,” the “Democratic National Convention,” “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony,” “Night of Too Many Stars” and many other televised events and specials.

An invaluable member of the Emmy Awards production team, Danette Herman serves as talent producer for the 28th year. Herman’s credits include the “Kennedy Center Honors,” “Academy Awards,” “Tony Awards,” “Producers Guild Awards,” “The Peabody Awards” and “Hollywood Film Awards.”

Rickey Minor is a composer and music director who has worked with such renowned recording artists as Whitney Houston, Adele, Keith Urban, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Sting, Usher and Beyoncé. His numerous television credits include “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “American Idol” and the “Kennedy Center Honors.” Additionally, he has worked on several major live events and award shows, including some of the most memorable Super Bowl and GRAMMY Awards performances. He has received seven Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Music Direction for his work on “Genius: A Night for Ray Charles,” “An Evening of Stars: A Tribute to Chaka Khan,” “The 50th Annual GRAMMY Awards,” “The 51stAnnual GRAMMY Awards,” “Smithsonian Salutes Ray Charles: In Performance at the White House,” “Stayin’ Alive: A GRAMMY Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees” and “Taking The Stage: African American Music.”

Supervising producer Rob Paine has more than 200 television credits to his name, earning six Emmy Award nominations and a 2012 Peabody Award. For more than 20 years, Paine has specialized in live, large-scale television events, including the “Academy Awards,” the “Super Bowl Halftime Show,” the “Kennedy Center Honors,” political conventions, concerts and comedy specials.

About Erik Anderson

Erik blames his mother for his love of all things Oscar, having watched them together since he opened his eyes. They also watched Miss Universe religiously every year (the pageantry!) and Erik came to the conclusion that the combination of these two things ultimately led him down the path to obsessing about awards and ACTRESSING. He began at GoldDerby, led by Tom O’Neill and then migrated over to Oscarwatch (now AwardsDaily), headed up by Sasha Stone before breaking off to create AwardsWatch. He is a member of the International Cinephile Society, GALECA (The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics), the International Press Academy and is the founder/owner of AwardsWatch.

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