Catherine O’Hara and Christopher Plummer have won Outstanding Performance awards from the Toronto branch of the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists.
O’Hara won for her role as bankrupt socialite Moira Rose in CBC comedy Schitt’s Creek; Plummer for his role as Holocaust survivor Zev Guttman in the Atom Egoyan film Remember.
Actress Sarah Gadon won ACTRA Toronto’s 2016 Award of Excellence. Gadon, known for roles in films such as A Dangerous Method, Belle and Enemy, co-stars with James Franco in the miniseries 11.22.63, currently airing on Super Channel.
Julie Lemieux won the Outstanding Voice Performance award for the animated series Numb Chucks, which airs on YTV.
Saturday’s ceremony at the Carlu also included a special presentation of statuettes to stunt pioneers John “Frenchie” Berger, Matt Birman, Shane Cardwell, Shelley Cook, Bobby Hannah, Chris Lamon, Dwayne McLean, Brent Meyer, Branko Racki, Alison Reid, Morris Maurizio Santia, John Stoneham Sr., Anton Tyukodi and Billy E. Williams.