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Ku'damm 56 - International Emmy Award for Best Actress - Netflix
The International Emmy Award for Best Performance by an Actress is an award presented annually by the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (IATAS). The award honors the best performance by an actress in a made for-television fiction program (i.e. movie, mini-series, drama series, Telenovela, or comedy series). The first awarded with the trophy was He Lin for her role in Slave Mother, a telefilm produced by CCTV6 channel. Dutch Maryam Hassouni won in 2006 for her performance as Laila al Gatawi in Offers, a drama thriller directed by Dana Nechushtan. In 2007, the International Emmy for best actress went to French Muriel Robin for her role as Marie Besnard in the Belgian-French telefilm The Poisoner. Lucy Cohu, Julie Walters and Helena Bonham Carter won in subsequent years, Walters is the only actress to win twice the prize in 2009, as Anne Turner in A Short Stay in Switzerland, repeating the feat in 2011 for her performance in the telefilm Mo, which tells the life story of the parliamentary Labour Party Mo Mowlam. The first Emmy for best actress for Latin America was won by Argentina's Cristina Banegas for her role in the miniseries Televisión por la Inclusion. Followed by Brazil's Fernanda Montenegro in 2013. In 2015, Dutch Bianca Krijgsman wins for her performance in De Nieuwe Wereld. Currently, UK's Anna Friel won as best actress for the British show Marcella.
Ku'damm 56 - Winners - Netflix
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