Golden Globes 2016 Best Supporting Actress on TV, Comedy: Maura Tierney
Golden Globes 2016 Best Supporting Actress on TV, Comedy: Maura Tierney! Maura Tierney won the Golden Globes 2016 Best Supporting Actress on TV, Comedy award for portraying the character of wife Helen Solloway.
The story follows the affair between two people who fall in love, Noah Solloway, and Alison Lockhart, played by Dominic West and Ruth Wilson. They meet at the resort. Alison is a waitress coping with the personal trauma of the death of her child and trying to save her marriage from falling apart.
Noah is a school teacher from New York who published one novel but struggles in the creative blockage with the second one. Although he is happily married, he is not satisfied with the financial dependence on his father-in-law.
Those two will enter into a relationship with huge consequences afterward. The story reveals from the perspective of them two, but in the second season another perspective, from Noah’s spouse, played by Maura Tierney is involved.
For amazing acting in this interesting series, Maura Tierney won the Golden Globes 2016 Best Supporting Actress on TV, Comedy award. This series was quite a success since the series itself won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series €“ Drama award and Ruth Wilson won the award for the Best Actress in Television Series Drama for 2015.
So, who is Maura Tierney? We all know her from the famous series “ER” and many other plays such as the sitcom “NewsRadio”, the movie “Liar Liar”, “Primal Fear”, “Primary Colors” and many more…
Her most successful role is certainly the role of Abby Lockhart in the medical drama “ER”. She started this role as a guest appearance in November 1999 and expanded into a regular role of ER nurse and later, as the plot developed further, into a licensed doctor. How good she was in this role, testifies her Emmy Award nomination.
During the cast in “ER,” she starred in Christofer Nolan’s movie “Insomnia” along with Al Pacino, Hillary Swank and Robin Williams.
This Golden Globes 2016 Best Supporting Actress on TV, Comedy award is certainly a recognition for her undisputable talent.