Diferenças entre edições de "Emmy do Primetime de melhor locução"

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E uma premiação feita pelos organizadores do prêmio [[Emmy Awards]] a para a melhor dublagem de desenho animado/serie do ano.os artistas mais premiados são [[Dan Castellaneta]] e [[Nancy Cartwright]],ambos possuem 3 prêmios.<ref>http://animatedtv.about.com/od/voiceactors/tp/The-Simpsons-Voices.htm</ref>
 
==Vencedores 2001-2025(1992–2008)==
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Ano
! Vencedor
! Personagem
! Série
! Estação emissora
! class="unsortable"| Ref.
|-
| align=center rowspan=6|1992 || [[Nancy Cartwright]] || [[Bart Simpson]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Separate Vocations]] || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="44th">{{cite news|title=Briefing–'Simpsons' score big in Prime-Time Emmys|date=1992-08-03|accessdate=2008-08-20|page=L20|publisher=''[[Daily News of Los Angeles]]''}}</ref>
|-
| [[Dan Castellaneta]] || [[Homer Simpson]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Lisa's Pony]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="44th"/>
|-
| [[Julie Kavner]] || [[Marge Simpson]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[I Married Marge]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="44th"/>
|-
| [[Jackie Maso]]n || [[List of recurring characters from The Simpsons#Hyman Krustofski|Rabbi Krustofski]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Like Father, Like Clown]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="44th"/>
|-
| [[Yeardley Smith]] || [[Lisa Simpson]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Lisa the Greek]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="44th"/>
|-
| [[Marcia Wallace]] || [[Edna Krabappel]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Bart the Lover]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="44th"/>
|-
| align=center | 1993 || [[Dan Castellaneta]] || [[Homer Simpson]], [[Abraham Simpson]] e outras personagens || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Mr. Plow]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite news|title=The Emmy Awards: The Complete List of Winners |date=1993-09-21|accessdate=2008-08-20|page=3D|publisher=''[[The Palm Beach Post]]''|agency=Associated Press}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 1994 || {{sortname|Christopher|Plummer}} || Narrador || ''[[Madeline]]'' || [[Family]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite news|title=Who Won at the Emmy Awards |date=1994-09-12|accessdate=2008-08-20|page=10E|publisher=''[[The Plain Dealer]]''|agency=Associated Press}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 1995 || {{sortname|Jonathan|Katz}} || Dr. Katz || ''Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist'' || [[Comedy Central]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite news|title='ER' tops list of Emmy winners David Hyde Pierce was named best supporting actor in a comedy series for his work on "Frasier." |date=1995-09-12|accessdate=2008-08-20|page=10E|publisher=''[[The San Francisco Chronicle]]''|agency=Associated Press}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 1996
| colspan=5 align=center|nenhum Emmy entregue nesta categoria
|-
| align=center rowspan=2|[[49th Primetime Emmy Awards|1997]] || [[Jeremy Irons]] || [[Siegfried Sassoon]] || ''[[The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century]]: War Without End'' || [[Public Broadcasting Service|PBS]]
| align=center|<ref name="49th"/>
|-
| [[Rik Mayall]] || [[Mr. Toad]] || ''[[The Willows in Winter]]'' || [[Family]]
| align=center|<ref name="49th">{{cite news |url=http://articles.latimes.com/1997/sep/09/entertainment/ca-30178 |title=NBC Takes Home 15 Emmys in Early Award Presentations |author=Brian Lowry|publisher=''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' |accessdate=2008-08-20|date=1997-09-09}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 1998 || {{sortname|Hank|Azaria}} || [[Apu Nahasapeemapetilon]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'' || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite news|title=Emmy Prime-Time Award Winners|date=1998-09-14|accessdate=2008-08-20|page=E3|publisher=''[[The Seattle Times]]''|agency=Associated Press}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 1999 || [[Ja'net Dubois]] || Mrs. Florence Avery || ''[[The PJs]]'' || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.cnn.com/SHOWBIZ/News/9908/06/showbuzz/#story2 |title='The PJs,' 'Animated Epics' win Emmys |publisher=CNN |accessdate=2008-08-20|date=1999-08-06}} {{Dead link|date=September 2010|bot=RjwilmsiBot}}</ref>
|-
| align=center rowspan=2| 2000]|| [[Seth MacFarlane]] || [[Stewie Griffin]] || ''[[Family Guy]]'' || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="52nd">{{cite news |url=http://articles.latimes.com/2000/aug/28/entertainment/ca-11405 |title=NBC Leads Tally of Early Emmys, Boosted by ‘West Wing’ |author=Brian Lowry|publisher=''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' |accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2000-08-28}}</ref>
|-
| [[Julie Harris]] || [[Susan B. Anthony]]
| style="width:300px;"| ''[[Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony]]'' || [[Public Broadcasting Service|PBS]]
| align=center|<ref name="52nd"/>
|-
| align=center rowspan=2| 2001 || [[Hank Azaria]] || [[Comic Book Guy]], [[Apu Nahasapeemapetilon|Apu]], [[Carl Carlson]], Lou,<br />[[Chief Wiggum]] e [[Moe Szyslak]]|| ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Worst Episode Ever]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="53rd">{{cite news |url=http://articles.latimes.com/2001/aug/14/entertainment/ca-33997 |title=Morning Report |publisher=''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' |author=Elaine Dutka|accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2001-08-14}}</ref>
|-
| [[Ja'net Dubois]] || Mrs. Florence Avery || ''[[The PJs]]'': "Let's Get Ready To Rumba" || [[The WB Television Network|The WB]]
| align=center|<ref name="53rd"/>
|-
| align=center rowspan=2| 2002 || [[Peter Macon]] || Narrador || ''[[Animated Tales of the World]]: John Henry, The Steel Driving Man'' || [[Home Box Office|HBO]]
| align=center|<ref name="54th"/>
|-
| [[Pamela Adlon]] || [[Bobby Hill]], Clark Peters e Chane Wassanasong || ''[[King of the Hill]]'': "[[Bobby Goes Nuts]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref name="54th">{{cite web |url=http://www.emmys.org/downloads/images/2002emmys/2002caa-winners.pdf |title=Academy of television arts and sciences – 54th annual primetime Emmy Awards |publisher=Emmys.org |accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2002-09-14}} {{Dead link|date=October 2010|bot=H3llBot}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 2003 || [[Hank Azaria]] || [[Moe Szyslak]], [[Carl Carlson]], [[Chief Wiggum]],<br />[[Apu Nahasapeemapetilon|Apu]], Johnny Tightlips, Bumblebee Man e Cletus || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Moe Baby Blues]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.emmys.org/primetime/2003/awards/2003creativevoanimation.php |title=Early Bird Emmys: Voice-Over, Animation |publisher=Emmys.org |accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2003-07-17}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 2004 || [[Dan Castellaneta]] || [[Krusty the Clown]], [[Homer Simpson]], [[Abraham Simpson]],<br />[[Groundskeeper Willie]], [[List of recurring characters in The Simpsons#Sideshow Mel|Sideshow Mel]], [[Barney Gumble|Barney]] e [[The Itchy & Scratchy Show|Itchy]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[Today I Am A Clown]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117910337.html?categoryid=14&cs=1 |title=HBO takes Emmys big haul |publisher=''[[Variety]]'' |author=Denise Martin and Justin Chang|accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2004-09-12}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 2005 || {{sortname|Keith|David}} || Narrator || ''[[Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson]]'' || [[Public Broadcasting Service|PBS]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117927646.html?categoryid=1050&cs=1 |title=Cartoon Net draws Emmys |author=Justin Chang |publisher=''[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]'' |accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2005-08-17}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 2006 || {{sortname|Kelsey|Grammer}} || [[Sideshow Bob]] || ''[[The Simpsons]]'': "[[The Italian Bob]]" || [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite web |url=http://cdn.emmys.tv/media/releases/2006/rel_pte58_juried.php |title=Television Academy Announces 2006 Emmy Award Winners in Juried Categories; Costumes For A Variety or Music Program, Voice Over Performance and Individual Achievement in Animation |publisher=Emmys.org |accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2006-07-19}}</ref>
|-
| align=center | 2007 || colspan=5 align=center|nenhum Emmy entregue nesta categoria
|-
| align=center | 2008 || {{sortname|Keith|David}} || Narrator || ''[[The War]]: A Necessary War'' || [[Public Broadcasting Service|PBS]]
| align=center|<ref>{{cite web |url=http://cdn.emmys.tv/media/releases/2008/rel-pte60-jur.php |title=Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences Announces Emmy Award Winners in Outstanding Costumes For A Variety Or Music Program, Outstanding Voice Over and Outstanding Individual Achievement In Animation |publisher=Emmys.org |accessdate=2008-08-20|date=2008-08-18}}</ref>
|}
 
{{referências}}}
*[[Seth MacFarlane]] (2001)
*[[Dan Castellaneta]]<ref>http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews/people/dan-castellaneta</ref> (2002)
*[[Nancy Cartwright]](2003)
*[[Dan Castellaneta]] (2004)
*[[Julie Kavner]] (2005)
*[[Yeardley Smith]] (2006)
*[[Sally Field]] (2007)
*[[Yeardley Smith]] (2008)
*[[Dan Castellaneta]] (2009)
*[[Anne Hathaway (actriz)|Anne Hathaway]] (2010)
*[[Lea Michele]] (2011)<ref>http://www.wetpaint.com/emmy-awards/articles/2013-09-20-emmys-will-lea-michele-attend</ref>
*[[Nancy Cartwright]] (2012)
*[[Nancy Cartwright]] (2013)
 
 
 
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