Hathaway and Wilson Earn Prism Awards for Screen Work

News   Hathaway and Wilson Earn Prism Awards for Screen Work Anne Hathaway and Chandra Wilson are among winners of the 2009 Prism Awards, honoring performances that help to bring attention to individuals who struggle with substance abuse and mental health issues.

Presented in Los Angeles April 23, Hathaway earned the Performance in a Feature Film award for her work in "Rachel Getting Married." The actress will star in the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park production of Twelfth Night this summer. Also honored were Broadway's Chandra Wilson (Caroline, or Change) for Performance in a TV Movie or Miniseries in Hallmark Channel's "Accidental Friendship"; Dana Delany for Performance in a Comedy Series for "Desperate Housewives"; William Shatner for Performance in a Drama Episode in "Boston Legal"; and Benjamin Bratt for Best Performance in a Drama Multi-Episode Storyline for "The Cleaner."

Additional honors went to "Rachel Getting Married," "Boston Legal," "Breaking Bad," "King of the Hill," "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit," "The Office," "Sybil" and "Dr. Phil."

For further information visit PrismAwards. The Prism Awards will air on the FX network Sept. 26.