Chandra Wilson Nominated For Award

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This news is a bit belated, but nonetheless worth mentioning.

With Grey's Anatomy one of 10 Emmy finalists for Best Drama, it's not at all surprising that its cast is always nominated for individual awards.

Case in point: The under-appreciated Chandra Wilson.

The actress who portrays Dr. Miranda Bailey so marvelously, was nominated recently for a BET Award in the category of Best Actress, alongside such heavyweights as Jill Scott, Queen Latifah, Angela Bassett and Halle Berry.

Sandra and Chandra

Chandra Wilson with fellow Grey's Anatomy star Sandra Oh.

In the end, Chandra Wilson didn't take home the honors (Berry did), but it's always great to see Grey's Anatomy stars recognized for their terrific efforts.

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These two actors are deserving of accolades and awards--Heigl is not in the same caliber of actor--only reason Heigl won emmy last year is these two split the votes.


Dear Chandra Wilson.
You should win this award for best actress.For this categorey.I hope grey"s anatomy
cleans up for best drama. Your fan absolutly loves this show.Paul Birch

Avatar edit my last post... Congrats on getting a nomination among such great actresses Chandra!


Finally! She's a FANTASTIC actress, and it's about time somebody's recognized that! Congrats Chandra!


She's a wonderful actress and person; glad to see she's getting some recognition!


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