List of Casting Society Artios Awards 2023 winners

The Artios Awards also honored film and TV projects such as “The Banshees of Inisherin” and “Abbott Elementary,” and the Lynn Stalmaster Award for Lifetime Achievement was awarded to Rita Moreno.

On Thursday, the awards ceremony was handed over to the Casting Society (CSA), which held its 38th annual Artios Awards in recognition of excellence in feature film, television and theater casting.

Taking place in Los Angeles, New York and London, the Casting Society’s first in-person celebration in three years has added awards for blockbuster film and TV projects like “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and “Succession” as well as independent fare like “ Marcel with the Conch Shoes’ and ‘Emily the Criminal’.

Oscar nominees “The Fabelmans” and “The Banshees of Inisherin” both received Artios awards in the Big Budget – Drama and Studio or Independent – Drama categories, just as the filmmakers behind them prepare to enter at the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the Emmys are far away, and award-winning shows like “Abbott Elementary” and “Yellowjackets” got even more love for their debut seasons, this time from Casting Society.

The Artios Awards also presented some special honors, including the Lynn Stalmaster Award for Career EGOT winner Rita Moreno, the Hoyt Bowers Award for Excellence in Casting and Outstanding Contribution to the Casting Industry to Leslee Feldman, Amblin Partners celebrated casting director. the Rosalie Joseph Humanitarian Award to award-winning casting director Jessica Sherman, and a posthumous honor to Simone Bär, recipient of the 2023 European Kapelier-Shaw Award for Excellence in Casting.

“From New York to London to Los Angeles, it was a fantastic evening celebrating our peers and recognizing their hard work and craftsmanship in film, television and theater,” said CSA President Destiny Lilly. “We continue to see changes and advancements in the industry to recognize our craft, and tonight’s celebration reinforces our commitment and drive to advance our mission. And we wouldn’t be able to do it without actors. They are our craft.”

The full list of film and television award winners is below.


“Marcel the Shell with Shoes” – Jessica Kelly, Kate Geller (Casting Director)

Big budget comedy
“Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical” by Lucy Bevan, Emily Brockmann

Big budget drama
“The Fabelmans” – Cindy Tolan, Nicholas Petrovich (casting director)

Low budget – comedy or drama
“Emily the Criminal” by Chelsea Ellis Bloch, Marisol Roncali

Micro budget – comedy or drama
“The Same Storm” – Bernard Telsey, Tiffany Little Canfield, Adam Caldwell, Karyn Casl (Casting Director)

Studio or Independent – Comedy
“Catherine Called Birdy” – Nina Gold, Catriona Dickie

Studio or Independent – Drama
“The Banshees of Inisherin” by Louise Kiely

The Zeitgeist Award
“Everything everywhere at once” – Sarah Halley Finn, Djinous Rowling (casting director)


It’s a movie, not a screening
“The Harder They Fall” – Victoria Thomas, Jo Edna Boldin (location cast), Marie K. McMaster (casting director)

Television Pilot and Season One – Comedy
“Abbott Elementary” – Wendy O’Brien

Television Pilot and Season One – Drama
“Yellowjackets” – Junie Lowry Johnson, Libby Goldstein, Corinne Clark (location casting), Jennifer Page (location casting), Josh Ropiequet (assistant casting director)

TV Series – Comedy
“Hacks” – Jeanne McCarthy, Nicole Abellera Hallman, Anna Mayworm (casting director)

TV Series – Drama
“Succession” – Avy Kaufman, Lilia Hartmann Trapani (location cast), Harrison Nesbit (casting director)

Live Television Performance Variety or Sketch – Comedy, Drama or Musical
“Annie Live!” —Bernard Telsey, Patrick Goodwin

Limited edition
“Dopesick” – Avy Kaufman, Erica Arold (location cast), Scotty Anderson (casting director), Dustin Presley (casting director)

Children’s pilot and series (live-action)
“The Babysitters Club” – Danielle Aufiero, Amber Horn, Tiffany Mak (location cast), Leigh Ann Smith (casting director)

Animated series
“Big Mouth” – Julie Ashton

Reality series
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” – Goloka Bolte, Ethan Petersen

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