George Mooradian, ASC

Awards & Nominations

9 Nominations | 1 Emmy
Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series - 2021
  • Winner
  • George Mooradian, ASC, Director of Photography
  • Country Comfort
  • "Crazy"
  • Netflix
  • Netflix
Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series - 2019
  • Nominee
  • George Mooradian, ASC, Director of Photography
  • Rel
  • "Halloween"
  • FOX
  • 20th Century Fox Television
Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series - 2016
  • Nominee
  • George Mooradian, ASC, Director of Photography
  • The Soul Man
  • "White Trash"
  • TV Land
  • A Bird & A Bear Entertainment, Hazy Mills Productions, SamJen Productions
Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-camera Series - 2014
  • Nominee
  • George Mooradian, Director of Photography
  • The Exes
  • "When Haskell Met Sammy"
  • TV Land
  • Hudson Street Productions
Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-camera Series - 2013
  • Nominee
  • George Mooradian
  • The Exes
  • "Pirates Of The Care Of Eden"
  • TV Land
  • Hudson Street Productions
Outstanding Cinematography For A Half-Hour Series - 2009
  • Nominee
  • George Mooradian, Director of Photography
  • According To Jim
  • "Heaven Opposed To Hell"
  • ABC
  • ABC Studios in association with Brad Grey Television
Outstanding Cinematography For A Half-Hour Series - 2008
  • Nominee
  • George Mooradian, Director of Photography
  • According To Jim
  • "The Chaperone"
  • ABC
  • ABC Studios in association with Brad Grey Television
Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-camera Series - 2007
  • Nominee
  • George Mooradian, Director of Photography
  • According To Jim
  • "Hoosier Daddy"
  • ABC
  • ABC Studios in association with Brad Grey Television
Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-camera Series - 2006
  • Nominee
  • George Mooradian, Director of Photography
  • According To Jim
  • ABC
  • ABC Studios in association with Brad Grey Television
Presenter Angelica Ross and winner George Mooradian at the Media Center during night one of the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Eduardo Guisandes, Efrain Montanez and Jerry Torgerson accept an award at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmys.
George Mooradian at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmys, September 11, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
2017 Cinematographers and Technical Arts Nominee Reception
George Mooradian and Kenneth Zunder at the Cinematographers/Electronic Production Nominee Reception in North Hollywood, California.
Christian LaFountaine, Donald Morgan, George Mooradian, and Brian Lataille at the Cinematographers/Electronic Production Nominee Reception in North Hollywood, California.
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Presenter Angelica Ross and winner George Mooradian at the Media Center during night one of the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
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Presenter Angelica Ross and winner George Mooradian at the Media Center during night one of the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

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Eduardo Guisandes, Efrain Montanez and Jerry Torgerson accept an award at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmys.
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George Mooradian, winner for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series, at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmys

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George Mooradian at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmys, September 11, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
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George Mooradian at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmys, September 11, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.

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2017 Cinematographers and Technical Arts Nominee Reception
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George Mooradian, Joseph Calloway, Jordan Calloway and Television Academy Governor Gary Baum attend The Television Academy's 2017 Cinematographers, Lighting, Camera and Technical Arts Emmy Nominee Reception at the Saban Media Center on Tuesday, August 29, 2017, in North Hollywood, California.

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George Mooradian and Kenneth Zunder at the Cinematographers/Electronic Production Nominee Reception in North Hollywood, California.
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George Mooradian and Kenneth Zunder at the Cinematographers/Electronic Production Nominee Reception in North Hollywood, California.

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Christian LaFountaine, Donald Morgan, George Mooradian, and Brian Lataille at the Cinematographers/Electronic Production Nominee Reception in North Hollywood, California.
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Christian LaFountaine, Donald Morgan, George Mooradian and Brian Lataille at the Cinematographers/Electronic Production Nominee Reception in North Hollywood, California.

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