"Gaby, we finally made it to New York": Anna Schudt acted as entertainer Gaby Köster in an autobiographical film – and received the International Emmy Award for that role.
German actress Anna Schudt has won the Best Actress award for her role as comedian Gaby Köster at the International Emmy Awards. The production of the RTL autobiography "Cold is enough" tells about how Köster fought back to life after a stroke.
Actress Anna Schudt embodies comedian Gaby Köster in an autobiographical TV film – and has now received the International Emmy Award. "Gaby, we finally made it to New York," Schudt said to the comedian who sat as a spectator when he received a television award on the ballroom stage in a hotel. "I love you so much." Schudt won on Monday night (local time), among others, against Emily Watson of England and actresses from Brazil and South Africa.
Gaby Köster with Anna Schudt: She embodies the role of comedian. (Source: imago)
"Dead Angle" is empty
The main prize for the best drama series won the production of "La Casa de Papel" ("House of Money"), which runs in Germany on the Netflix streaming service. At the beginning of the ceremony, the production of WDR "Toter Winkel" as the best TV / miniseries film was finished empty handed. International Emmy Award in 13 categories.
Films with Herbert Knaup and Hanno Koffler were defeated on Monday night (local time) English drama "Man in orange shirt". BBC production tells the story of the family of a gay grandfather. In addition, films and mini-series from Brazil and Japan were nominated.
Also last year Germany won one of the television awards with "Familie Braun".