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In December, casting director James Scully gave a talk on cruelty and discrimination in the fashion industry.
From 1973-75, Goldberg served as casting director for the Lincoln Center Repertory Company, managed by the New York Shakespeare Festival under the direction of Papp.
Last year's recipients included actor Jackie Chan, film editor Anne V. Coates, casting director Lynn Stalmaster and documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman.
Designer Alessandro Michele and casting directors Barbara Nicoli and Leila Ananna seek out faces with charm and unexpected backstories.
The awards–which determine winners with votes from 250 top designers, photographers, hair and makeup artists, and casting directors–also includes a Readers' Choice, which Kendall Jenner won.
According to Scully, though, the real abuses of power began when stylists and casting directors started gaining more influence in the industry.
Years of hearing this type of thing from casting directors have provoked in her a defiant renunciation of vanity and a deep, though intermittent, self-consciousness.
But Cranston’s affability, as well as his willingness to do things like talk about his inflamed ass on national television, soon made him a favorite of casting directors.
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