In addition to being obsessed with awards, film, television and animation, Charlie Bright is also an avid political junkie. Historical corrections he would make include: Denis Leary over Kiefer Sutherland in 2006 (Drama Actor Emmy) and “Network” over “Rocky” in 1976 (Best Picture Oscar). He also believes that “The Shield” is the best show of the century and that John Waters should receive an honorary Oscar. He communicates using quotes from “The Simpsons” (seasons 1 – 10) and occasionally other cartoons. He lives in the small and quaint town of Arlington, Virginia outside Washington, DC.
Jun 23, 2011
Dec 11, 2019
I just put Sarah Goldberg in my predictions for Comedy Supporting Actress. With her past couple of episodes (and a killer monologue that would also put her in a serious position to win), she seems like a someone who would be primed to be nominated for the sophomore season of a show, very much like Zazie Beets was last year for Atlanta.
Charles Bright started the topic 2019 Character Voice-Over Emmy: Who do you want to see get in? in the forum Television 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Who would you like to see get nominated for this year’s Emmy for Best Character Voice-Over Performance?
Prior to 2009, voice-over work had only been awarded as a juried prize with no formal nominations. The category was split into two separate competitions in 2014, one for character work and the other for narration. Below is the list of the…[Read more]
While the season is still funny, I’m kind of feeling let down in terms of the direction it’s going in. I was really looking forward to the new dynamic that would come from having Richard, Jared, Guilfoyle and Gavin set up their new company, especially with the potential interactions between Guilfoyle and Gavin. But now we’re right back to where…[Read more]