Stargate Atlantis veterans Paul McGillion and Ryan Robbins were among those who took home trophies from last night’s annual Leo Awards gala in Vancouver, British Columbia. The awards recognize the best in TV and film produced in B.C.
Robbins (“Ladon Radim”) took home the award for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series, for the Sanctuary episode “Animus.” He also presented at the ceremony alongside former Stargate leading lady Amanda Tapping (“Samantha Carter”).
Other Stargate vets on the awards list include:
- Jay Brazeau (“Harlan,” “Lord Protector”) for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Feature Length Drama in Fathers & Sons
- April Telek (“Sallis”) for Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama in Amazon Falls
- Christina McQuarrie for Best Costume Design in a Dramatic Series (Sanctuary‘s “For King and Country”)
In all, Sanctuary took home three trophies this year. The show, which stars and is executive produced by Amanda Tapping, received 17 nominations (story).
This year’s Best Dramatic Series award went to Smallville, which recently concluded its tenth and final season of production in Vancouver.
Check out LeoAwards.com for the full list of this year’s winners. Congratulations to them!
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