Rachel Brosnahan, the non-Jewish actress who plays the very Jewish Midge Maisel in the Amazon Studios series, took home the Best Actress award for a television comedy in Sunday's awards ceremony in California.
The series is created, written, and directed by Amy Sherman-Palladino, the woman who brought you the Gilmore Girls.
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"Maisel" star Rachel Brosnahan attends the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards on January 7. After thanking Amazon for their "unwavering" support, the crew, and "my murderer's row of actors", the executive producer and creator declared, "I'm going backstage".
Amazon picked up the series last spring with a two-season order, the first multi-season new series greenlight at the streaming network.
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A source told The Sun: "She might not be three until May but they were convinced she'd love it and so far she has". Her older brother, Prince George, attended preschool at Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk.
Tony Shalhoub (Monk) also stars as Midge's father Abe Weissman, along with Alex Borstein (Family Guy) as Susie Myerson, Michael Zegen (Boardwalk Empire) as Midge's husband Joel Maisel and Marin Hinkle (Two and a Half Men) as Midge's mother Rose Weissman. It beat out "black-ish", "Master Of None", "SMILF" and "Will & Grace" for the coveted trophy. Brosnahan was also nominated in the category of Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy.
According to Amazon, the series' New York City backdrop appeared to have lured local viewers, as NYC ranked No. 1 in most hours of the series streamed, followed by Portland and Seattle.
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