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slides: Party Report: Oregon Actors Awards at BodyVox

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

 

Oregon Actors Awards

Attendees being interviewed on the red carpet at Oregon Actors Awards. Photo by Byron Beck.

The Oregon Actors Awards (formerly Oregon's Got Talent)  was a celebration of Oregon-based on-camera talent and the people, agencies and services that provide them support. The awards are as much about service to the community as they are about the craft of acting.

Many of the nominees at Sunday night's Awards Show spend the bulk of their free time training other actors, creating new opportunities, and networking to make Oregon a world-class production center. Oregon actors appear in national network and cable series, major motion pictures, local independent films, web series, short films, digital media and commercials. 

SLIDESHOW: See more photos from Oregon Actor Awards below. 

This year's award recipients included Danny Bruno, a series regular on "GRIMM"; Jana Lee Hamblin, an accomplished actor with several "Portlandia" guest appearances; Kendall Wells, whose stunt skills have landed him roles on "GRIMM", "The Hunted," and "The Librarians"; Dennis Troutman of Option Model and Media, for his commitment to supporting local talent; and the very first Megann Ratzow 'Above and Beyond' Award recipient Harold Phillips, who is not only an accomplished actor, but a dedicated champion fair working conditions for Oregon talent.

Thanks were given to the presenting sponsor, Koerner Camera Systems, and partner sponsors The Governor's Office of Film and Television, SAG-AFTRA, PATA and APP-NW. All of the ticket sales were donated to PATA's Valentine Fund, which provides  financial assistance to members of the Portland-area theatre community in times of medical or personal emergency. Last night the event raised over $900 for the fund.

Seen even more photos from the Oregon Actor Awards here
 

 

Related Slideshow: Oregon Actors Awards at BodyVox

The Oregon Actors Awards, at BodyVox on Sunday night, was a celebration of Oregon-based on-camera talent and the people, agencies and services that provide them support. The awards are as much about service to the community as they are about the craft of acting.

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Brad Hackworth

Brad Hackworth at Oregon Actor Awards at BodyVox in Northwest Portland.

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OMPA Executive Director Tom McFadden and Northwest Film Center's Thomas Phillipson at Oregon Actor Awards at BodyVox in Northwest Portland

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Kacey Farrens James and Greg James, one of the nominees at Oregon Actor Awards at BodyVox in Northwest Portland.

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M'chel Bauxal-Gleason

Celebrity makeup artist M'chel Bauxal-Gleason at Oregon Actor Awards at BodyVox in Northwest Portland.

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OMPA Board President LIsa Cicala and filmmaker Jacqueline Gault at Oregon Actor Awards at BodyVox in Northwest Portland.

 
 

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