Oakville Sheridan graduate wins his fourth Emmy for work on Love, Death + Robots


Published September 14, 2021 at 12:54 pm

Oakville Sheridan College graduate Craig Henighan might have to add a new shelf at home to make room for his growing collection of Emmy awards.

Henighan added a fourth Emmy win to his already impressive career, this time in the category of Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series and Animation for his work on Love, Death + Robots.

The 1995 Media Arts alumnus was presented the award during The Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony on Sunday.

“Our graduates make important contributions to the media and entertainment industries around the world,” says Sheridan President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Janet Morrison. “I’m delighted to see Craig recognized with the highest accolade in his industry for the fourth time.

“It’s an amazing achievement, and one that can inspire everyone in our Sheridan community to continue to strive for their goals.”

Henighan also won an Emmy in 2017, 2018 and for Sound Editing on the Netflix thriller Stranger Things.

He’s also done plenty of work over the years on the big screen, having worked on numerous feature films throughout his career, including the critically acclaimed Black Swan, Deadpool13th, and Hidden Figures.

Henighan was nominated for an Oscar in 2019 for his work on Roma.

Henighan was one of three Sheridan graduates to receive an Emmy nomination this year.

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