The Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild announced the winners of its seventh Annual MUAHS Awards in 23 categories of film, television, commercials and live theater, at a ceremony in downtown Los Angeles.

Award-winning actor Sir Patrick Stewart, best known for his work in the “Star Trek” and “X-Men” series, received this year’s Distinguished Artisan Award, celebrating his acting career on stage and screen spanning nearly six decades.

Thomas Burman, Emmy-winning make-up artist, was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Make-up celebrating his award-winning career in motion pictures and television for over five decades. He has received 31 Emmy nominations and won seven, and one Oscar nomination, among other accolades.

Martin Samuel, Oscar-nominated film and celebrity hairstylist received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Hair Styling, for a career spanning the last 40 years and credited with more than 60 films, including three Oscar nominations.

Winners in the feature-length motion picture category were:

— Best contemporary make-up: Vivian Baker, Cristina Waltz and Richard Redlefsen for “Bombshell”

— Best period and/or character make-up: Nicki Ledermann, Tania Ribalow and Sunday Englis for “Joker”

— Best special make-up effects: Kazu Hiro, Vivian Baker and Richard Redlefsen for “Bombshell”

— Best contemporary hair styling: Anne Morgan, Jaime Leigh McIntosh and Adruitha Lee for “Bombshell”

— Best period hair styling and/or character hair styling: Anne Nosh Oldham, Elaine Browne and Marc Pilcher for “Downtown Abbey”

Winners in the television, mini-series or new media series category were:

— Best contemporary make-up: Michelle Radow and Erin Good-Rosenmann for “Big Little Lies”

— Best period and/or character make-up: Debbie Zoller, Dave Presto and Jackie Risotto for “Fosse/Verdon”

— Best special make-up effects: Daniel Parker, Barrie Gower and Paul Spateri for “Chernobyl”

— Best contemporary hair styling: Jose Zamora, Lorena Zamora and Lona Vigi for “Big Little Lies”

— Best period hair styling and/or character hair styling: Christopher Fulton, Christen Edwards and Christine Cantrell for “Fosse/Verdon”

For the categories in television special and motion picture made for television, winners were “Saturday Night Live,” “Dancing with the Stars” and “Deadwood: The Movie.” Winners in the daytime television category were awarded to “The Real.” Children/teen program honors went to “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” Theatrical awards were bestowed upon “Cats the Musical” and “Hamilton.” The commercial/music video award was presented to “Pose: Promo Campaign.”

The awards took place before an audience of more than 900, including guild members, industry executives and press. Julie Socash, president, and Randy Sayer, business representative, presided over the awards ceremony.

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