Lynchburg native’s comedic creativity lands Emmy award

August 29, 2010 by
Filed under: Crew, Modern Family News 

There’s nothing quite like laughing your way to a career milestone at the ripe old age of 30.

Just ask Lynchburg native Ryan Case, who has won an Emmy for Outstanding Editing for a Comedy Series for her work on the pilot episode of ABC’s “Modern Family.”

She’s the first woman to win the category, which was created in 2003.

Case says working on the popular show — which many in the industry have credited with reviving the sitcom genre — “might be even more fun” than actually watching it.

“I laugh all day,” Case, a 1998 E.C. Glass High School grad, said in a recent phone interview. “If you walk by my (editing) bay, you’d think I was crazy because I’m in this basement … and all you hear is me laughing out loud all the time.

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