Hank Azaria Wins Third Emmy For Simpsons

Hank Azaria has earned this year’s Primetime Emmy Award for animation voice-over performance for his work on Fox’s “The Simpsons.”

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced Monday winners of The 55th annual Primetime Emmy Awards in selected animation categories that are so-called juried awards. Juried awards do not have nominations, and there may be more than one winner in each category judged by members of ATAS’ animation peer group.

Azaria was recognized for his work in the “Moe Baby Blues” episode of the long-running Fox comedy. The win marks Azaria’s fourth career Emmy, following wins in the animation voice-over category for “The Simpsons” in 1998 and 2001.

In 2000, Azaria won the longform supporting actor award for his work opposite Jack Lemmon in ABC’s “Oprah Winfrey Presents: Tuesdays With Morrie.” Azaria also is up for guest actor in a comedy honors this year for his guest shot on NBC’s “Friends.”

Source CNN.com.

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