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The final presenters for Saturday’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards have been announced and the list features a list of talent from both sides of the camera.
Produced by Spike Jones Jr. and coordinating producer Carole Propp, presenters scheduled to take part in the ceremony include How I Met Your Mother‘s Neil Patrick Harris; The Big Bang Theory‘s Johnny Galecki and EP Bill Prady; Breaking Bad‘s Mark Margolis and EP Vince Gilligan; Bones‘ Emily Deschanel and EP Hart Hanson; NCIS’ LL Cool J and The Grammy Awards producer Ken Ehrlicht; So You Think You Can Dance‘s Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe; Mike & Molly‘s Billy Gardell and EP Mark Roberts; Comedy Central and web phenom Annoying Orange‘s Tom Kenny and Dane Boedigheimer; Deadliest Catch‘s Sig Hansen and Thom Beers; Mad Men‘s Mark Gardner and David Carbonara; Kathy‘s Kathy Griffin; and David Neal from the 2010 Winter Olympics.
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They join previously announced presenters Lisa Kudrow, Chris O’Donnell, Christina Hendricks, Matthew Weiner, Jennifer Morrison, Frances Conroy and Ryan Murphy, among others.
The Creative Arts Emmys will be held Saturday at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live in Los Angeles with a two-hour edited presentation set to air Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. on Reelz Channel. The Primetime Emmys will be held the following day.
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