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Judy Crown

Judy Crown has forged a notable career in the film and television industry as a hairstylist. Crown is a seven-time Primetime Emmy nominee. Crown holds two Emmys for her work on Designing Women, and on the movie for television, Houdini. She has been nominated for her work on The Day After, Moonlighting, Murphy Brown, Bye, Bye Birdie and Geppetto. Crown received her basic hairstyling education in her hometown of Washington, D.C., where she was first licensed. She was one of a handful of Americans to be accepted for advanced training at Vidal Sassoon’s Salon in London.

Judy Crown has forged a notable career in the film and television industry as a hairstylist. Crown is a seven-time Primetime Emmy nominee. Crown holds two Emmys for her work on Designing Women, and on the movie for television, Houdini. She has been nominated for her work on The Day After, Moonlighting, Murphy Brown, Bye, Bye Birdie and Geppetto. Crown received her basic hairstyling education in her hometown of Washington, D.C., where she was first licensed. She was one of a handful of Americans to be accepted for advanced training at Vidal Sassoon’s Salon in London. Crown has been a member of the Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Guild, Local 706, since 1978. Since retiring in 2007, Crown has remained active teaching new member Journeyman classes for Local 706. She also teaches specialty skills to newer hairstylists for MPPA Contract Services. Crown is returning to serve on the Television Academy’s Board of Governors, after having served several terms since 1995.

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