Four Golden Globes for Kary Antholis '84 Project

Story posted January 13, 2009

John Adams, the seven-part HBO miniseries about the life of the second U.S. president and whose production was overseen by HBO Films executive Kary Antholis '84, won four awards at the 66th Annual Golden Globes, presented January 11, 2009.

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David McCullough and Kary Antholis '84 during an interview in Drake Lobby, Wish Theater. Photo courtesy of WCSH.

The historical drama won for best mini-series, best actress (Laura Linney), best actor (Paul Giamatti) and best supporting actor (Tom Wilkinson).

Read about the record number of Emmys awarded John Adams.

Antholis, who is HBO Films president, miniseries, was the executive in charge of the production of John Adams.

He and David McCullough, upon whose Pulitzer Prize-winning biography the miniseries was based, came to Bowdoin in March 2008 for a debut screening in Pickard Theater.

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