Actress Christina Hendricks attends the 2014 International Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences Emmy Awards at New York Hilton on November 24, 2014 in New York City. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images/AFP
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British TV productions took three trophies Monday night at the 42nd International Emmy Awards, including best actor for Stephen Dillane and best drama for the thriller "Utopia".The highlight of Monday night's awards gala at the Hilton New York came when "Mad Men" stars Christina Hendricks and John Slattery presented the honorary International Emmy Founders Award to the show's creator and executive producer Matthew Weiner, who's preparing the final episodes of the advertising agency saga to air in spring 2015 .The Netherlands' Bianca Krijgsman won best actress at a ceremony that spread trophies among eight countries. British comedian Matt Lucas, creator of the comedy series "Little Britain," hosted the show.British conspiracy thriller "Utopia," produced by Kudos Film & TV and Channel 4, won for best drama series.The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presents the awards.
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