Tony Askins

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Tony Askins, ASC

Tony Askins, ASC

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Tony Askins

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: July 21, 1943
Date of Passing: November 04, 2018

Tony Askins was an American cinematographer.

After working as an assistant for a number of other cinematographers, Askins was made director of photography on producer Aaron Spelling’s ABC series The Love Boat. Askins shot a total of 74 episodes of the show.

He later worked on The Colbys, Hotel, and several other Spelling productions, as well as the series Perfect Strangers, Step by Step, Love & Money and According to Jim. He would also shoot the pilots for such shows as Becker, 8 Simple Rules, and Two and A Half Men.

Tony Askins was an American cinematographer.

After working as an assistant for a number of other cinematographers, Askins was made director of photography on producer Aaron Spelling’s ABC series The Love Boat. Askins shot a total of 74 episodes of the show.

He later worked on The Colbys, Hotel, and several other Spelling productions, as well as the series Perfect Strangers, Step by Step, Love & Money and According to Jim. He would also shoot the pilots for such shows as Becker, 8 Simple Rules, and Two and A Half Men.

Askins’s greatest success came with the original incarnation of the NBC comedy Will & Grace. For his work on the show, Askins earned six Emmy nominations and won four awards for Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series.

Askins died November 4, 2018. He was 75.

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Tony Askins, ASC, with his Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series, for Will & Grace at the 55th Emmy Awards in 2003.

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Tony Askins, ASC, accepts his Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series, for Will & Grace at the 55th Emmy Awards in 2003.

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Tony Askins, ASC, accepts his Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series, for Will & Grace. He received his fourth Emmy in this category in 2005.

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