Just bear with me…
Hank Azaria won Outstanding Character Voiceover Performance last night for his amazing work on The Simpsons.
He has eleven nominations in total, spanning five different acting categories – Comedy Guest Actor, Miniseries/TV Movie Supporting Actor, Drama Lead Actor, Voiceover Performance and Character Voiceover Performance.
His wins are:
This now puts him in the record books! He can now officially join our ranks of all-time winners!
With his fifth win, he joins the following with five wins:
Am I wrong in stating that we have a gallery where we list the all-time biggest winners? If we do, can Hank please be added?
He also recently joined the cast of the Bernie Madoff HBO movie, where he has quite a baity role. He might be looking at his sixth Emmy!
And he has a chance to get nominated in guest for Ray Donovan next year!
A lot of people hated “The Princess Guide” episode, but I think it was a really strong episode because we got to see Moe’s softer side and any episode that shows that is a great episode. Moe is an excellent, misunderstood character and oftentimes Azaria can work wonders with the character given the proper circumstances. His win is very much deserved.
To be honest, I thought Azaria was helped a bit by Tress MacNeille’s episode, which was really a Moe showcase that happened to have MacNeille in a semi-brief guest part.
Good for him.
Oh there is no doubt Tress being nominated for that episode helped him! But he is very deserving. I do think he’s the most talented and diverse of the cast. Here is hoping he can win a sixth sometime soon