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Evan Rachel Wood West­world

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Though the ac­tress, 30, has been steadily work­ing in Hol­ly­wood since she was 7 (and also got an Emmy nod for 2011’s Mil­dred Pierce), her role as an­droid Dolores in West­world has put her in the spot­light in a new way. “It’s the per­fect mar­riage—the pro­duc­tion value, the cin­e­matog­ra­phy—for a re­ally large show. It’s beau­ti­ful to look at, and then the scenes are so pro­found,” says Wood of the hit HBO drama (air­ing on Show­case), which re­ceived 22 nom­i­na­tions this year, ty­ing it with Satur­day Night Live for the most noms. Wood, who is up for Out­stand­ing Lead Ac­tress in a Drama, says play­ing the 3D-printed ro­bot is the best job she’s ever had. “I love it so much,” she says. “It’s a once-in-a-life­time gig.”

We wanted it to be re­al­is­tic, says Wood of play­ing ar­ti­fi­cial be­ing Dolores Aber­nathy.

AC­TOR, DRAMA An­thony Hop­kins West­world Hop­kins’s per­for­mance as Dr Robert Ford, head of an an­droid theme park, was marked by an ab­so­lute, icy con­trol that never con­cealed a dan­ger­ously flawed hu­man­ity.

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