Congratulations to the Compassionate 2013 Primetime Emmy Award Winners!

Published by PETA.

Last night’s 65th Primetime Emmy Awards delivered some upsets and recognized some of the best and brightest talent in Tinseltown. We were rooting for the many PETA supporters among the nominees, and today, we’re proud to congratulate Hollywood’s kindest winners!

James Cromwell: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, American Horror Story: Asylum 

James’ terrifying performance as “Dr. Arthur Arden”/”Hans Gruber” in this hit show may be frightening, but in reality, Cromwell is a kind man who will stop at nothing to help animals in need. See his video for PETA, in which he touts the importance of stopping the cycle of violence against animals and explains how you can help:

Tim Gunn: Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program, Project Runway

Congratulations, Tim, from everyone at PETA! Tim Gunn knows how to “make it work” on and off the runway, and PETA thanks this style guru for standing up for animal fashion victims. Watch his message to all fashionistas here:

Hollywood’s most compassionate talent received their trophies among the very best in the business at last night’s ceremony. PETA thanks them for their dedication and their respectful choice to use their fame to make a difference for animals! A big applause to them this award season!

Written by Jessica Jewell

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