Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Peter Capaldi Interview - Comedy Awards and British Independent Film Awards

Peter Capaldi in Thick Of It at comedy awards
Peter Capaldi and Rebecca Front shared the glory at the British Comedy Awards.
Scots-born Capaldi was named Best TV Comedy Actor for his role as Malcolm Tucker in The Thick Of It, while Front won the Best TV Comedy Actress award for her portrayal of Nicola Murray in the political satire.
Her success meant there was no win for Olivia Colman, who was nominated in the category for two different roles - in Olympic satire Twenty Twelve and the sitcom Rev.
Capaldi saw off competition from Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville, who got a nod for his Twenty Twelve role, along with Tom Hollander for Rev and Steve Coogan.

The full list of winners:
Best Comedy Entertainment Personality - Charlie Brooker
Best Sitcom - Hunderby
Best Male TV Comic - Lee Mack
Best Comedy Entertainment Programme - Harry Hill's TV Burp
Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist - Morgana Robinson
Best TV Comedy Actress - Rebecca Front
The Writers Guild of Great Britain - Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer
Best TV Comedy Actor - Peter Capaldi
Best Female TV Comic - Jo Brand
Best Sketch Show - Cardinal Burns
Best New Comedy Programme - Hunderby
Outstanding Achievement - Sacha Baron Cohen.
Read more at Herald Scotland

Peter Capaldi interview - 2012 British Independent Film Awards

Published on Dec 9, 2012
Stefan Pape from HeyUGuys interviews actor Peter Capaldi who presented Olivia Coleman with her award at the 2012 British Independent Film Awards.
Source: YouTube

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