For a second year in a row, Karine Vanasse, has been nominated as Best actress drama canadian screen Awards for Cardinal. “I’m really happy !” says the actress.
Karine Vanasse has won this honor last night during a “ceremony” virtual honouring excellence in television. In telephone interview to the Newspaper after the event, the winner said that he watched the unveiling of the winners in his living room, in front of his computer screen.
“I’m even cute with a top that flickers over my pajamas !” exclaimed she, laughing.
Karine Vanasse welcomes the initiative of the Academy for having organized this meeting in spite of the pandemic, although the industry is redoubling its efforts to install a star system in English Canada ” Cardinal has won, this is great, but I’m also happy for Schitt”s Creek, Mary Kills People, Letterkenny… there are plenty of programs that allow us to shine here and elsewhere.”
“Vivid memories “
The interpreter to the interviewer Lise Delorme was not the only star of Cardinal to win a trophy yesterday. His playing partner, the American Billy Campbell collected the award for Best actor. The third season of the thriller, directed by Daniel Grou, alias Podz, was also named Best drama series.
Karine Vanasse could once again earn a nomination canadian screen Awards next year since the fourth – and final – season of Cardinal ended on may 11, CTV.
“I was very accompanied in recent weeks, insists the actress. Many people have discovered the series during the confinement. Here in Quebec, among others. I have received a lot of messages.
I was so happy and, of course, a Cardinal, that will always remain vivid memories. It is an experience that has solidified many things for me. With that I wanted to work. How I wanted to work. Why I love doing my job… “
Notice to those who would like to catch up : the four seasons are offered in English but also in French – on Crave.
Another triumph québécois canadian screen Awards, which deserves to be highlighted, that of Jacob Tierney on the side of comedies. The talents of director and author in Montreal have been recognized for Letterkenny.