BTVA Voice Acting Awards
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* Official Winner - as chosen by the BTVA Staff
** People's Choice - as chosen by the BTVA community

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Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series - Action/Drama


Transformers: Prime
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series - Action/Drama


The Legend of Korra
People's Choice **

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series - Comedy/Musical


Adventure Time
People's Choice **

Futurama
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series - Comedy/Musical


Gravity Falls
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Teen Titans Go!
People's Choice **

Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role - Action/Drama


Young Justice
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role - Action/Drama


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role - Comedy/Musical


The Looney Tunes Show
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Adventure Time
People's Choice **

Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role - Comedy/Musical


The Looney Tunes Show
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role - Action/Drama


Star Wars: The Clone Wars
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

The Legend of Korra
People's Choice **

Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role - Action/Drama


The Legend of Korra
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *
People's Choice **

Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role - Comedy/Musical


The Looney Tunes Show
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *
People's Choice **

Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role - Comedy/Musical


Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Teen Titans Go!
People's Choice **

Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series - Children's/Educational


Mickey Mouse (2013)
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *
People's Choice **

Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series - Children's/Educational


Sofia the First
OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Vocal Ensemble in a NEW Television Series

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OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *
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People's Choice **

Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series - Action/Drama

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People's Choice **
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OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series - Comedy/Musical

VIEW MAIN CAST
People's Choice **
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OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series - Children's/Educational

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OFFICIAL WINNER
BTVA Staff Choice *

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Fulgore2005
said at 9:10 AM on Tue Mar 25 2014
Nice to see the Legend of Korra getting much deserved love.
Phobophobia
said at 12:46 PM on Tue Apr 1 2014
@Fulgore2005 For sure!
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 7:59 PM on Wed Mar 19 2014
I'm actually kind of surprised to see Teen Titans Go! get this much love in the People's Choice area considering all the crap the general public tends to give it.
vanillacrescentx
said at 6:20 PM on Mon Jun 9 2014
@CatsTuxedo I think it's only because of their awesome voice actors haha :))
NCZ (Admin)
said at 7:45 PM on Wed Mar 19 2014
A very special shoutout to the voice and casting directors that have made these vocal performances possible:

Andrea Romano (Legend of Korra, Beware the Batman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, SpongeBob SquarePants)

Collette Sunderman (The Looney Tunes Show, Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man, Xiaolin Chronicles)

Ginny McSwain (Gravity Falls)

Jamie Simone (Transformers Prime, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.)

Jamie Thomason (Young Justice, Kaijudo)

Kent Osborne (Adventure Time)

Kris Zimmerman-Salter (Regular Show)

Lisa Schaffer (Teen Titans Go!, Monsters vs Aliens, Green Lantern, Henry Hugglemonster)

Peter Hastings (Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness)

Sam Riegel (Sofia the First, Wander Over Yonder)

Susan Blu (Ben 10 Omniverse, Star Wars: The Clone Wars)

Terry Klassen (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, Max Steel)
NCZ (Admin)
said at 9:16 PM on Wed Mar 19 2014
If I missed any, please let me know. It was hard to find VD info for some titles since they're sometimes not directly credited/they're credited under a different title (e.g. executive producer Stephen Hillenburg and creative director Derek Drymon were essentially the voice directors in the first three seasons of SpongeBob, but they didn't have a formal "voice director" credit)
VctrBnsn
said at 7:35 AM on Thu Mar 20 2014
@NCZ Behold, the Justice League of Voice Directors!
Sknarf
said at 6:26 PM on Wed Mar 19 2014
aw… The first year I'm not that excited about the winners :( oh well. But then again only four of the VA I voted for got either Official Winner or People's choice. Meh.
Sknarf
said at 7:45 PM on Sun Mar 16 2014
Male Lead - Action/Drama: Jason Spisak as Razer (Between him and JAT as Obi, but I voted for him last year, so, congrats on my vote Jason!)
Female Lead - Action/Drama: Ashley Eckstein as Ahsoka Tano (No contest, only performance this year that made me cry)
Male Lead - Comedy/Musical: Jeff Bergman as Daffy Duck
Female Lead - Comedy/Musical: Tara Strong as Raven

Male Support - Action/Drama: Sam Witwer as Darth Maul
Female Support - Action/Drama: Katee Sackhoff as Bo-Katan
Male Support - Comedy/Musical: Carlos Alazraqui as Mr. Crocker
Female Support - Comedy/Musical: June Foray as Granny

Male Guest - Action/Drama: Ian Abercrombie as Palaptine/Darth Sidious (gave his best performance :( rest in peace)
Female Guest - Action/Drama: Jennifer Hale as Star Sapphire
Male Guest - Comedy/Musical: Eric Bauza as Marvin the Martian)
Female Guest - Comedy/Musical: Eva Longoria as Isabel Gutierrez
Male Voice Actor - Children's/Educational: Chris Diamantopoulos as Mickey Mouse
Female Voice Actor - Children's/Educational: Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse

Ensemble - New TV Series: Teen Titians Go!
Ensemble - Action/Drama: Young Justice
Ensemble - Comedy/Musical: The Looney Tunes Show
Ensemble - Children's/Educational: Jake and the Neverland Pirates (basically just for the banter between Corey Burton and Jeff Bennet as Hook and Mr. Smee, respectively).
ConfusedPhantom
said at 5:52 PM on Sun Mar 16 2014
Male Lead - Action/Drama: Hoon Lee
Female Lead - Action/Drama: Stephanie Lemelin
Male Lead - Comedy/Musical: Keith Ferguson
Female Lead - Comedy/Musical: Jessica Walter
Male Supporting - Action/Drama: Sam Witwer
Female Supporting - Action/Drama: Sarah Douglas
Male Supporting - Comedy/Musical: Chris Parnell
Female Supporting - Comedy/Musical: Marcia Wallace
Male Guest - Action/Drama: Jason Marsden
Female Guest - Action/Drama: Kari Wahlgren
Male Guest - Comedy/Musical: Wayne Knight
Female Guest - Comedy/Musical: Susanne Blakeslee
Male VA - Children's/Educational: Chris Diamantopoulos
Female VA - Children's/Educational: Russi Taylor
Ensemble in New Series: Teen Titans Go!
Ensemble - Action/Drama: Young Justice
Ensemble - Comedy/Musical: Futurama
Ensemble - Children's/Educational: Sesame Street
SmartyBoyboy
said at 7:02 AM on Sun Mar 16 2014
Male Lead - Action/Drama: Steven Jay Blum as Starscream
Female Lead - Action/Drama: Janet Varney as Korra
Male Lead - Comedy/Musical: John diMaggio as Bender
Female Lead - Comedy/Musical: Kristen Schaal as Mabel Pines
Male Supporting - Action/Drama: Andrew Francis as Fishy
Female Supporting - Action/Drama: Kelly Hu as Karai
Male Supporting - Comedy/Musical: Billy West as Dr. John Zoidberg
Female Supporting - Comedy/Musical: Linda Cardellini as Wendy
Male Guest - Action/Drama: Corey Burton as Dracula
Female Guest - Action/Drama: Gina Torres as Airachnid
Male Guest - Comedy/Musical: Eric Bauza as Marvin the Martian
Female Guest - Comedy/Musical: Tina Fey as Ms. Cantwell
Male VA - Children's/Educational: Samuel Vincent as Betrayus
Female VA - Children's/Educational: Ellen Kennedy as Mane-iac
Ensemble in New Series: Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
Ensemble - Action/Drama: Transformers: Prime
Ensemble - Comedy/Musical: Adventure Time
Ensemble - Children's/Educational: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
TYE
said at 8:15 PM on Sat Mar 15 2014
Well I just finished voting. It was tough but I picked the ones I truly loved the most
Blakeney
said at 6:25 PM on Fri Mar 14 2014
No mention of Green Lantern: The Animated Series in the Vocal Ensemble categories? An outrage!
TheVengeanceKnight
said at 10:41 AM on Sat Mar 15 2014
@Blakeney Indeed. :-/
yesile
said at 6:15 PM on Sat Mar 15 2014
@Blakeney Agreed. Very sad.
zRed
said at 4:35 PM on Fri Mar 14 2014
I am excited to see the results!
Ross123
said at 2:45 PM on Fri Mar 14 2014
Best Male Lead Action/Drama: James Arnold Taylor as Obi-Wan.

Best Female Lead Action/Drama: Janet Varney as Korra.

Best Male Lead Comedy/Musical: John DiMaggio as Jake the Dog.

Best Female Lead Comedy/Musical: Kristen Wiig as Lola Bunny.

Best Supporting Male Action/Drama: Andrew Francis as Fishy.

Best Supporting Female Action/Drama: Katee Sackhoff as Bo-Katan.

Best Supporting Male Comedy/Musical: Sam Marin as Benson.

Best Supporting Female Comedy/Musical: Olivia Olson as Marceline.

Male Guest Action/Drama: Ian Abercrombie as Darth Sidious, surprised he's a guest star.

Female Guest Action/Drama: Gina Torres as Airachnid.

Male Guest Comedy/Musical: Eric Bauza as Marvin the Martian.

Female Guest Comedy/Musical: Tara Strong as Jayna.

Best Male Children's/Educational: Samuel Vincent as Betrayus.

Best Female Children's/Educational: Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse.

Best Vocal Assemble in a New Tv Series: Avengers Assemble.

Best Vocal Assemble Action/Drama: Transformers Prime.

Best Vocal Assemble Comedy/Musical: Adventure Time.

Best Vocal Assemble Children's/Educational: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.
Zekewars010
said at 6:40 AM on Fri Mar 14 2014
Male Lead (Action//Drama): James Arnold Taylor
Female Lead (Action/Drama): Laura Bailey
Male Lead (Comedy/Musical) Keith Ferguson
Female Lead (Comedy/Musical) Kristen Schaal

Male Support (Action/Drama): Sam Witwer
Female Support (Action/Drama) Katee Sackhoff
Male Support (Comedy/Musical) Sam Marin
Female Support (Comedy/Musical) Grey DeLise

Male Guest (Action/Drama) Ian Abercrombie
Female Guest (Action/Drama) Roseanne Barr
Male Guest (Comedy/Musical) Eric Bauza (Foop)
Female Guest (Comedy/Musical) Susanne Blakeslee
Male VA (Children's/Educational) Bill Farmer
Female VA (Children's/Educational) Erin Matthews

Ensemble (new TV series) Avengers Assemble
Ensemble (Action/Drama) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Ensemble (Comedy/Musical) Adventure Time
Ensemble (Children's/Educational) Sesame Street
MilanTheVillain01
said at 1:00 AM on Fri Mar 14 2014
Male Lead (Action/Drama): Hoon Lee.
Female Lead (Action/Drama): Laura Bailey.
Male Lead (Comedy/Musical): Jeff Bennett.
Female Lead (Comedy/Musical): Kristen Schaal.

Male Support (Action/Drama): Miguel Ferrer.
Female Support (Action/Drama): Katee Sackhoff.
Male Support (Comedy/Musical): Carlos Alazraqui.
Female Support (Comedy/Musical): Lauren Tom.

Male Guest (Action/Drama): Ian Abercrombie.
Female Guest (Action/Drama): Roseanne Barr.
Male Guest (Comedy/Musical): Eric Bauza (Foop).
Female Guest (Comedy/Musical): Susanne Blakeslee.
Male VA (Children's/Educational): Samuel Vincent.
Female VA (Children's/Educational): Ellen Kennedy.

Ensemble (new TV series): Sofia the First.
Ensemble (Action/Drama): Transformers - Prime.
Ensemble (Comedy/Musical): Archer.
Ensemble (Children's/Educational): Jake & the Never Land Pirates.
MaverickPrime
said at 10:03 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
No David Kaye or Peter Cullen? Seriously?
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:05 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
@MaverickPrime Peter Cullen is nominated in the special section
partymonster411
said at 7:36 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
so Jason Marsden gets nominated for Aye-Aye but not Steve Yeun as Wan in the same category? BUT HE WAS NUMBER WAN
D.A.V.E.
said at 7:22 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
Some good choices. I'm disappointed Justin Roiland didn't get nominated as Rick from "Rick and Morty". He showed a lot of range, and the performance itself is just hilarious.

Also sad Grey Delisle didn't get nominated as Magpie from "Beware the Batman". What could have been a re-hash from her "Arkham City" Catwoman was instead a very dynamic and unique role.
ar0438
said at 6:02 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
The legend of korra hands down best show ever!
BlankSlate
said at 4:09 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
Go for it, Sam Marin!
TheVengeanceKnight
said at 3:51 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
Also nice to see "Regular Show" get some love. :)
Daniellysmelly
said at 2:00 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
Josh Keaton man all the way
skeletonking1234
said at 1:55 PM on Thu Mar 13 2014
Male Lead role Action/Drama- Greg I feel had the most energy, and maybe I'm just biast because I love that role so much and the amount of fun he was having in the role. While I do like James as Obi, Frank as Megatron, and adore Steve as Starscream, I have to give this to Greg as Mikey.

Female Lead Role Action/Drama- No female performances have really blown me away this year but the only one I have thoroughly enjoyed is Cree as Wuya, mainly because she nearly captures the spirit "No pun intended" of Susan Silos performance as Wuya, and she sounds fantastic. so I go with Cree Summer.

Best Male Supporting Action/Drama- No Question, Michael Ironside as Ultra Magnus. Outside of it being FREAKING MICHAEL IRONSIDE! He adds this fantastic authoritative voice for Ultra Magnus, and is one of the best standout performances in the series, and Transformers in general. I do like Charlie, Darran, and Miguel a lot but Michael just takes the cake for me.

Female Supporting Action/Drama- Again, no female performances really blew me away this year, but If I had to pick, I'd say Tania Gunadi as Miko. I just feel her performance left a bigger impression since I love that character so much.

Male Lead role Music/Comedy- John as Bender no questions asked. Though Billy, Curtis, Dan, Jeff, and Keith are all great.

Female Lead Role Music/Comedy- Mabel hands down. Kristen has made this one of the most entertaining characters in animation IMO. The amount of energy and her delivery is just downright hilarious.

Male Supporting Role Comedy/Music- Billy as Zoidberg. Zoidberg is just a character that cracks me up in every single way and this is one of Billy's greatest roles IMO. Carlos, Doug, both james, Maurice, and Tom are all great as well.

Female Supporting Role Comedy/Music- I want to vote for June, but I feel I should pay my respects and vote for Marcia since she passed away last year, plus Edna was a great character and I feel she did a great job in her last year playing the character.

Male Action guest- Ian as the Emperor. It was a toss up between Keith and Ian, but like Marcia, Ian did pass away and I feel he did Palpatine fantastic this year for what he could finish, and did amazing as the Emperor in his duel with Darth Maul and Savage.

Female Guest Action Drama- Roseanne as Kraang Prime. It's such a bizarre casting choice but she did so well in the role. that's all I can really say about it to be honest.

Male Guest Comedy/Music- Eric as Marvin. While I did like all the performances here, I did enjoy Eric as Marvin the most, since I felt he really captured the original Marvin performance very well.

Female Guest Comedy/Music- Susanne as Mei Ling. Something about her voice just really entertains me here and I felt she did a good job in the episode she appeared in.

Male Guest Educational/Children- Sam as Betrayus. Sam is clearly having so much fun hamming it up as Betrayus and that's the main reason I voted for him.

Female Guest Educational/Children- Russi as Minnie. I just can't not vote for Russi since her potrayal of Minnie has always been one of my favorite female roles, and while I was considering Ellen as Mane-iac, I just enjoy hearing Russi so much as Minnie.

For TV I voted in order Teen Titans Go, Young Justice, Futurama, and MLP
VGAfanatic
said at 4:20 AM on Thu Mar 13 2014
I should've voted H. Jon Benjamin s Archer. Sorry Bender, I jumped the gun.

Oh well. He'll probably win the Award or People's Choice, anyway.
TheVengeanceKnight
said at 8:38 PM on Wed Mar 12 2014
I gotta say, this year's awards were much easier than last year's. Not sure if that's good or bad. :-/

Male Lead Action/Drama: Toss-up between JAT and Jason Spisak, though I'll go with Spisak. I also enjoyed Welker, Blanc, Keaton and Blum. A bit disappointed that Matt Lanter didn't make it, though.

Female Lead Action/Drama: GAH, why you make me choose between Ashley and Grey?! I'll go with Grey, with Ashley VERY VERY close behind. Janet, Stephanie and Sumalee are runner-ups.

Male Supporting Action/Drama: Sam Witwer takes this easily, though most of the others were pretty good, too.

Female Supporting Action/Drama: Again, a lot of great ones here, but I ultimately went with Sarah Douglas.

Male Guest Action/Drama: Ian Abercrombie, no question. Jason and Keith are pretty good, too.

Female Guest Action/Drama: April Stewart, though the others were good, too.

Ensemble Action/Drama: No GLTAS or TCW? Grr. Out of the options available, I'll go with TLOK.
SLEDGERAID
said at 8:14 PM on Wed Mar 12 2014
It was hard for me to decide between Keith David and Frank Welker but in the end I chose Frank for he impressed the mess outta me as Odin.
partymonster411
said at 6:19 PM on Wed Mar 12 2014
so happy Michael T Weiss is nominated for Captain Atom in YJ