Tuesday, 6 November 2012

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK: Tyrone’s early-out-the-gate acting (Actor Boy and Thespy) predictions

CHARACTER WORK: Grant takes centrestage. Inset, an intense Barrett.

Last week in this column I raved about fast-rising actress Abigail Grant’s terrific (read: comically savvy) performance as a frustrated housekeeper in Scandal, a pretty decent production that could pick up a Best Comedy Actor Boy nomination. 

Thespy-wise, the other front-runner in the supporting-actress race is obviously Suzette Barrett for her fierce turn as a spurned Jezebel consumed by vengeance in Gloria Lannaman’s superbly revived Stanley, Fay, Pularchie & P. Beyond that, it’s anyone’s guess. 

So how is the rest of the field of potential contenders (in key categories) looking at this point? Here’s my current rundown: 

Lead Actress: 
Risanne Martin, Ruined 
Deon Silvera, Jamaica Fifty 2 Rahtid 

Supporting Actress: 
Suzette Barrett, Pularchie 
Abigail Grant, Scandal 

Supporting Actor: 
Akeem Mignott, Jamaica Fifty 2 Rahtid 

Pablo Hoilett, Pularchie 

Lead Actress: 
Sherando Ferrill, Pularchie 
Makeda Solomon, Second Chance 

Lead Actor: 
Glen Campbell, Yard 2012 
Dennis Titus, Pularchie 
Wynton Williams, The Messiah 

Supporting Actress: 
Sharee McDonald-Russell, Yard 2012 
Rosie Murray, Second Chance 

Supporting Actor: 
Chris ‘Johnny’ Daley, Scandal 

Dahlia Harris, Jamaica Fifty 2 Rahtid 
Greg Thames, The Messiah 

Lead Actress: 
Keisha Patterson, Mr. & Mrs. Blacke 

Lead Actor: 
Keiran King, Mr. & Mrs. Blacke 
Keith Ramsey, De Weddin’ Scamma 

Supporting Actor: 
Maurice Bryan, Pularchie 

Supporting Actress: 
Marguerite Newland, Pularchie

Ones To Watch: Eye on awards season frontrunners

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1 comment:

  1. In an industry that rewards the ones that really deserve These pridictions could be all but seal up for me except for the long shot male actor. We use the term actor too loosely