John Kiesewetter reports:
When hair stylists Sarah Stamp and Cara Hannah Sullivan work together on New York TV shows, now they’ll have more to talk about than Skyline Chili or Greater’s ice cream.
They can laugh about each winning a prime-time Emmy Award the same night.
Stamp, a 1997 Lakota High School graduate, and Sullivan, a 1995 Bethel-Tate High School graduate, both brought home gold from the 6th annual Emmy Awards.
–Sullivan was one of five winners for a multi-camera series (NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” with guest host Jennifer Lawrence). She won her first Emmy in the same category last year when Zooey Deschanel hosted “SNL.”
–Stamp was one of three winners for a single-camera series (HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire”).
The two met in 2008 styling hair for “Phantom of the Opera” on Broadway. They have worked together on “SNL” and “Boardwalk Empire,” Sullivan said.
“Both of us grew up in the Cincinnati area, and only found each other a few years ago in New York City — believe it or not — doing hair on Broadway,” said Sullivan, who is married with two children.
“You can find Sarah and I talking on set about Cincinnati: Skyline, Graeter’s, Cincy friends we have in common, and how crazy it is that we ended up in New York City from our small part of the country — styling hair — and now winning Emmy awards,” she said.
Stamp, a West Chester native, started working at “SNL” a year after Sullivan.
“It has been so much fun having someone from home around me all the time. We always talk about our favorite places to eat back home,” Stamp said.
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