Fourth Emmy for Keoghan, Amazing Race
Christchurch-born Producer/Host Phil Keoghan lined up for his fourth successive Emmy Award in Los Angeles for Outstanding Reality/Competition Program. The Amazing Race is now in its 10th season. Teams race for more than 40,000 miles in under 30 days in pursuit of the $1 million prize. Also featuring at the Emmys was Wellington-born UK screenwriter Richard Curtis, who won for outstanding writing for a miniseries, movie or dramatic special for The Girl in the Café. The work of New Plymouth-born cinemaphotographer Rodney Charters helped the heart-pounding thriller 24 to the Emmy for best drama for the first time and the show’s star Kiefer Sutherland for best actor in a drama.