Serial Killer Drama Tops BAFTA TV Awards

Dominic West, Emily Watson and Monica Dolan won acting awards at the TV BAFTAs today for their roles in Appropriate Adult, a miniseries about Britain’s controversial investigation of serial killer Fred West and his wife Rosemary. Dominic West played Fred, Watson portrayed a social worker in the case and Dolan played Rosemary — beating Dame Maggie Smith who was nominated for Downton Abbey. Andrew Scott was voted best supporting actor for Sherlock, in which he plays the arch-nemesis Moriarty to Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock Holmes. Cumberbash was nominated for best actor but lost to Dominic West. But Appropriate Adult lost to another miniseries, This Is England ’88.

Complete list of winners:

LEADING ACTOR — Dominic West, Appropriate Adult – ITV1

LEADING ACTRESS — Emily Watson, Appropriate Adult – ITV1

SUPPORTING ACTOR — Andrew Scott, Sherlock – BBC One

SUPPORTING ACTRESS — Monica Dolan, Appropriate Adult – ITV1
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