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8th Annual Indie Series Awards Spotlight: Best Guest Actress — Comedy

Clockwise from Top Left: Jillian Clare, Johanna Day, Liz Ellis, Sas Goldberg, June Diane Raphael and Emma Thompson.
The 8th Annual Indie Series Awards ceremony is only 43 days away, and this year the always entertaining show moves to The Colony Theatre on April 5. Nominees in all 29 categories will be spotlighted here at Serial Scoop as well as at IndieSeriesAwards.com. Today we are featuring the six talented performers nominated in the Best Guest Actress — Comedy category. They include two former ISA winners (Jillian Clare & Liz Ellis), a two-time Oscar winner (Emma Thompson), a Tony nominee (Johanna Day), a rising actress and comedian (June Diane Raphael), and Broadway's latest sensation (Sas Goldberg).

Check out their nominated performances below.

Jillian Clare, Fame Dogs


Johanna Day, The Pioneers


Liz Ellis, The Bhama Show


Sas Goldberg, He's With Me


June Diane Raphael, The Amazing Gayl Pile

Watch the full performance from Season 3 Episode 1 at seeso.com.

Emma Thompson, High Road


The Indie Series Awards, honoring the best in independently produced, scripted entertainment created for the Web, first began in 2009. ISA8 will once again provide the backdrop for New Media creators to celebrate their accomplishments and those of their peers.

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