With the movie awards season now underway, a 2010 blockbuster movie featuring two actors from Ken McReddie Associates has received a double nomination at the 16th Annual Critics Choice Awards.
Featuring well know actors David O’Hara and Nick Moran ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I’ is up for an award in both the Best Visual Effects and Best Make Up categories.
The fantasy epic was released worldwide late last year and was the second-highest November opening at the American and Canadian box office.
David O’Hara plays the Ministry of Magic employee Albert Runcorn in the latest film adaptation. The Scottish actor has been seen most recently as Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey in the popular series ‘The Tudors’.
Fellow Ken McReddie Associates actor Nick Moran, who starred in ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’ played the villain Scabior in the movie. Last year Nick also directed the film adaptation of ‘The Kid’ from bestselling author Kevin Lewis.
The 16th Annual Critics Choice Awards, thought to be an accurate predictor of the Academy Award nominations, will be broadcast on Friday, 14 January.
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