Portrayal of grandaunt bags lawyer Best TV Actress award
KUALA LUMPUR: Her portrayal of her paternal grandaunt Sybil Kathigasu in mini series Sybil . Apa Dosaku? earned actress Elaine Daly the Best TV Actress award at the Anugerah Seri Angkasa 2010 ceremony held here last night.
The 34 year old former Miss Malaysia Universe 2003, who is a lawyer, received a trophy and trip to Los Angeles for her win.
Sybil . Kathigasu, risked their lives to secretly provide medical service and intelligence to the resistance fighters of the Malayan People Against Japanese Army during the Japanese Occupation.
The mini series, which was aired on Astro Citra, also earned Bernard Chauly the Best TV Drama Director award.
He received a trophy and a trip to Los Angeles as well.
Actor director Fauzi Nawawi took the Best TV Actor award for his role in Sebelum Akhirat (TV3). Telemovie Perempuan aired on TV2 and directed by Mohd Fahmi Sarindi was adjudged Best TV Drama.
Bagging the Best TV Presenter award was Sarimah Ibrahim, with TV3 Saham Neraka as Best TV Comedy.
Actor Ebby Yus won jordan retro the Best TV Comedy Actor award for his role in Masak Lomak Cili Api on TV2.
Anugerah Seri Angkasa made a comeback after a five year hiatus to honour players in the local broadcasting ind jordan retro ustry.
The event, held over two consecutive nights at the Putra World Trade Centre, was jointly organised by RTM, Media Prima and Astro.
In total, 34 awards were presented for TV and 16 for radio.
There were also three special jury awards.
The event jordan retro was aired live on Astro Prima, TV2 and TV9.
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