FANTASY series Game Of Thrones has dominated the Creative Emmy Awards, which recognise arts, craft and technical work on television shows.The HBO programme picked up six prizes including best visual effects and best costumes - the latter of which went to British designer Michele Clapton. BBC nature show Frozen Planet took home four awards, led by the trophy for outstanding non-fiction series. And actress Kathy Bates won a prize for her impersonation of Charlie Sheen.The Oscar-winner was a guest star on US sitcom Two And A Half Men, from which Sheen was fired in 2011, playing the ghost of his character, Charlie Harper.Bates, who revealed last week she had had a double mastectomy, was not able to collect her award in person, but proved a popular winner with the audience in Los Angeles. She was one of a handful of guest actors honoured at the technical awards, which precede next week’s Primetime Emmys.Chat show host Jimmy Fallon won the prize for best guest actor in a comedy series, in recognition of his appearance on long-running sketch show Saturday Night Live.       –BBC