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‘Simpsons’ Star Wins Emmy
LOS ANGELES ( Mmmm… Multiple Emmys.
Dan Castellaneta, the voice of television’s Homer Simpson, has been honored with his third Emmy for outstanding voice-over performance. Castellaneta, who also won the award in 1992 and 1993, provides the voices for Homer and Abraham Simpson as well as Krusty the Clown and an array of other characters.
The outstanding voice-over Emmy is one of three juried prizes that are determined by a panel of experts who operate without a list of nominees. During the FOX animated hit’s lengthy run, Hank Azaria has won two voice-over Emmys.
Despite suffering from slipping ratings in its 15th season, “The Simpsons” remains a reliable demographic performer for FOX and the anchor of the network’s Sunday lineup.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, juried Emmys will also be presented to Seonna Hong for outstanding individual achievement in animation, and Jef Billings and Regina Winters for outstanding costuming for a variety or music program on A&E’s “Stars on Ice 2004.”
The winners can collect their juried Emmys at the Creative Arts ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 12.