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2016

  • BEST ACTRESS
    Dee Dee Hanson as “Joan Rivers” (California)
  • BEST ACTOR                                                                                                               Ronnie Rodriguez as “Johnny Depp” (California)
  • CLASSIC CROONER AWARD
    James Young as “Frank Sinatra” (Pennsylvania)
  • NEWSHOUND AWARD
    Deborah Smith Ford as “Trinity” (Florida)
  • R & B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD
    Samira as “Tina Turner” (British Columbia)
  • DIRECTOR / PRODUCER
    Bernhard Kurz for “Stars in Concert” (Germany)
  • IMPERSONATOR YOU LOVE TO WORK WITH AWARD    Bettina Williams as “Whoopi Goldberg” (Texas)
  • RISING STAR AWARD
    Jessica Castro as “Mariah Carey” (Florida)
  • COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD                                                   Jeff Richards as “Tim McGraw” (Florida)
  • POP N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD                                                                     Bill Pantazis as “George Michael” (British Columbia)
  • GENE GREYTAK, MOST PROFESSIONAL IMPERSONATOR AWARD                                                                                         Chris America as “Madonna”
  • COMEDY AWARD
    Bonnie Kilroe as “various characters” (British Columbia)
  • TRIBUTE BAND AWARD
    Jack Berrios Tribute to “KISS”
  • PETER BANKS HUMANITARIAN AWARD
    John Allen as “Sean Connery” (Florida)
  • BEA FOGELMAN LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD          Camille Terry as “various characters”

2012
Best Actor: Ronnie Rodriguez (Johnny Depp)
Best Actress: Louise Gallagher (Elizabeth Taylor)
Lifetime Achievement: George Trullinger (Buddy Holly)
Comedy: Scott Mason (Dame Edna Etheridge)
News Hound: Dennis Keogh (Sean Connery)
Peter Banks Humanitarian: Deborah Smith Ford
Tribute Band: Sharon Owens & Sebastian Anzaldo(Barbra & Frank, The Concert That Never Was)
Print Media: Steve Weber (Forrest Gump)
Rising Star: Rob Anderson (Criss Angel)
Country’s Hottest Hitter: Sandy Anderson (Dolly Parton)
Pop N’ Rock for Reel: Jason Scott (Neil Diamond)
R & B Feelin’ Good: Trina Johnson-Finn (Whitney Houston)
Classic Crooner: Eric Richardson (Dean Martin)
Impersonator You Love To Work With: Richard Hampton (Kenny       Rogers)
Gene Greytak Most Professional Impersonator: Sherie Rae Parker (Bette Midler)
Director/Producer: Classique Productions (Moonwalker – The Reflection of Michael)

2011
Best Actor: Steven Weber as “Forrest Gump”
Best Actress: Bettina Williams as “Whoopi Goldberg:
Bea Fogelman Lifetime Achievement: Heidi Thompson as “Cher”
Comedy: Marcel Forestieri as “Jay Leno”
News Hound: Deborah Smith Ford as “Trinity” and writer for www.Examiner.com
Peter Banks Humanitarian: Sherie Rae Parker as “Bette Midler”
Tribute Band: Danny D as “Rod Stewart” and the Vagabonds
Print Media: Frank Marino as “Joan Rivers” and Divas Las Vegas
Rising Star: Shannon Michaels Taylor as “Brett Michaels”
Country’s Hottest Hitter: Richard Hampton as “Kenny Rogers”
Pop N’ Rock for Reel: Michael Firestone as “Michael Jackson”
R & B Feelin’ Good: Garry Moore as “Little Richard”
Classic Crooner: Troy Anderson as “Louis Armstrong”
Impersonator You Love To Work With: Bettina Williams as “Whoopi Goldberg”
Gene Greytak Most Professional Impersonator: Hollie Vest as “Tina Turner”
Director/Producer: Bernhard Kurz and Paul Langley, “Stars in Concert”

2010
Best Actor: David Born as “Robin Williams”
Best Actress: Deborah Smith Ford as “Trinity” and herself
Bea Fogelman Lifetime Achievement: John Allen as “Sean Connery”
Comedy: Scott Mason as “Dame Edna”
News Hound: Ronnie Rodriguez as “Johnny Depp”
Peter Banks Humanitarian: Marc Dobson as “Neil Diamond”
Tribute Band: Jimmie Ray Cantrell as “Johnny Cash & The Ring of Fire Band”
Print Media: Suzie Kennedy as “Marilyn Monroe”
Rising Star: Vernetta Jenkins as “Michelle Obama”
Country’s Hottest Hitter: Jeff Richards as “Tim McGraw”
Pop N’ Rock for Reel: Kimberley Dayle as “Britney Spears”
R & B Feelin’ Good: Carlene Mitchell as “Whitney Houston”
Classic Crooner: Carlene Mitchell as “Aretha Frankllin”
Impersonator You Love To Work With: Tatiana Turan as “Angelina Jolie”
Most Professional Impersonator: Betty Atchison as “Cher”
Director/Producer: Bernhard Kurz, Stars In Concert

2009
Best Actor: Brent Mendenhall (George W Bush)
Best Actress: Dawn Behrens (Anna Nicole Smith)
Bea Fogelman Lifetime Achievement: Lynn Roberts (Bob Hope)
Comedy: Anne Kissel (Roseanne)
News Hound: John Allen (Sean Connery)
Peter Banks Humanitarian: Bea Fogelman, The Entertainment Network
Tribute Band: Carlene Mitchell (Dream Girls)
Print Media: Hollie Vest, Thrillusions
Rising Star: Carla DelVillaggio (Barbra Streisand)
Country’s Hottest Hitter: CJ King (Patsy Cline)
Pop N Rock for Reel: Chris America (Madonna)
R & B Feelin’ Good: Samira (Tina Turner)
Classic Crooner: Suzanne Goulet (Liza Minnelli)
Impersonator You Love to Work With: Ron Rodriguez (Johnny Depp)
Most Professional Impersonator: Greg Thompson (Austin Powers)
Director/Producer: Bernhard Kurz, Stars in Concert

2008
Best Actor – John Morgan as President George W Bush
Best Actress – Susan Griffiths as Marilyn Monroe In Nip/Tuck
Lifetime Achievement – Sherie Rae Parker as Bette Midler
Comedy – Anne Kissel as Rosanne
News Hound – Natalie Reid as Paris Hilton
Peter Banks Humanitarian Award – Bea Fogelman, Entertainment Network
Rising Star Award – Ron Rodriguez as Johnny Depp
Tribute Band or Vocal Group – Carlene Mitchell, The Dream Girls
Country’s Hottest Hitter Award – Sandy Anderson as Dolly Parton
Print Media Presentation – Hollie Vest, Thrillusions
Pop ‘N Rock For Reel Award – Samira as Tina Turner
R & B Feelin’ Good Award – Eric Martin & Carmen Romano, The Blues Brothers
Classic Crooner Award – Andrew DiMino as Dean Martin
Impersonator You Love To Work With – Susan Griffiths as Marilyn Monroe
Most Professional Impersonator – Susan Griffiths as Marilyn Monroe
Director/Producer – Janna Joos, The Reel Awards & Celebrity Impersonator Convention

2007
Best Actor – John Allen as “Sean Connery”
Best Actress – Deborah Smith Ford as “Trinity” from the Matrix
Lifetime Achievement – Hollie Vest as “Tina Turner”
Lifetime Achievement – Jay Koch as “Ronald Reagan” (Presented Posthumously)
Comedy – David Born as “Robin Williams”
News Hound Award – Jack English as “Jack Nicholson”
Humanitarian Award – Peter Banks as “Austin Powers”
Television Performance – Deborah Smith Ford as “Self” for a National commercial
Best Video Performance – Susan Griffiths as “Marilyn Monroe”
(Video used during Elton John’s live performances of “Candle in the Wind”)
Best Print Media Presentation – Sharon Owens and Sebastian Anzaldo
“An Intimate Evening with Barbra and Frank”
Rising Star Award – Lisa Irion as “Cher”
Country’s Hottest Hitter Award – Sandy Anderson as “Dolly Parton”
Pop ‘N Rock For Reel Award – Samira Blinko as “Tina Turner”
R & B Feelin’ Good Award – Bobby Brooks as “Stevie Wonder”
Impersonator You Love To Work With The Most – Joseph Manuella as “Robert DeNiro”
Most Professional Impersonator – Sherie Rae Parker as “Bette Midler”
Classic Crooner Award – Bob Pasch as “Bing Crosby”
Director/Producer – Janna Joos – International Celebrity Images

2006
BEST ACTOR – Joseph Manuella as Robert DeNiro
BEST ACTRESS – Teresa Barnwell as Hillary Clinton
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD – John Stuart, Legends in Concert founder
COMEDY AWARD – Larry Bulot as Jim Carrey
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Jack English as Jack Nicholson
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Peter Banks as Austin Powers
BEST VIDEO PERFORMANCE – John Allen as Sean Connery
BEST PRINT MEDIA PRESENTATION – Brent Mendenhall as George W. Bush
RISING STAR AWARD – Kathy Shelby as Wynnona
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD – Roy Hammock as Willie Nelson
POP ‘N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD – Suzanne Goulet as Liza Minelli
R&B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD – Gino Walker as Aretha Franklin
IMPERSONATOR YOU LOVE TO WORK WITH THE MOST – Ralph Celli as Clark Gable
MOST PROFESSIONMAL IMPERSONATOR – William Peterson as Rodney Dangerfield
FAVORITE AGENCY – ICI
FAVORITE PRODUCER – Dan Gore, ICONS

2005
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD – Sy Ziyad for his portrayal of Michael Jackson
BEST PRINT MEDIA PRESENTATION – John Allen as Sean Connery
BEST VIDEO PERFORMANCE AWARD – Eddie Moss as Michael Jackson
R&B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD – Diane Gordon as Janet Jackson
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Jack English as Jack Nicholson
COMEDY AWARD – William Peterson as Rodney Dangerfield
RISING STAR AWARD – Samira as Tina Turner
IMPERSONATOR YOU LOVE TO WORK WITH THE MOST – Julie Sheppard as Judy Garland
TELEVISION PERFORMANCE AWARD – Peter Banks as Austin Powers
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Peter Banks as Austin Powers
IGCITA BEST SHOWCASE AWARD – John Sheffield as Elton John
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD – Gail Williams as Dolly Parton
POP ‘N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD – Hollie Vest as Tina Turner
MOST PROFESSIONMAL IMPERSONATOR – Joe Dimmick as Clint Eastwood
BEST ACTRESS – Tatiana Turan as Angelina Jolie
BEST ACTOR – Joseph Manuella as Robert DeNiro

2004
TELEVISION PERFORMANCE AWARD – Sharon Owens as Barbra Streisand on “Performing As”
RISING STAR AWARD – Marquis Grimes as Lil’ Bow Wow
BEST VIDEO PERFORMANCE AWARD – Pat Mares as George W. Bush and
Frank Mejia as Saddam Hussein in Madonna’s “American Life” Video
INDUSTRY SUPPLIER AWARD – Gary Archer, Dental Prosthetics
CONTEMPORARY COMEDY AWARD – William Peterson as Rodney Dangerfield
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Bea Fogelman, The Entertainment Network
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD – Honorary Mayor of Hollywood, Johnny Grant
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Richard Halpern as Austin Powers
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD – Dianna Paige as Shania Twain
BEST PRODUCER FOR AN ONGOING SHOW – Bernhard Kurz, “Stars in Concert” Berlin, Germany
POP ‘N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD – Cherise Bangs as Britney Spears
R&B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD (female) – Diane Gordon as Janet Jackson
R&B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD (male) – Bobbie Brooks as Little Richard
BEST ACTRESS – Kimberly Jones as Nicole Kidman
BEST ACTOR IN A MOVIE – Joseph Manuella as Robert DeNiro in “Atomic City” (2003)

2003
INTERNATIONAL PRINT MEDIA (female) – Vera Novak as Sophia Loren
INTERNATIONAL PRINT MEDIA (male) – David Pires as Woody Allen
CONTEMPORARY COMEDY – Dee Dee Hanson as Joan Rivers
MUSICAL PERFORMANCE, ORIGINAL – Gregory Wolfe as Rod Stewart
NATIONAL PRINT MEDIA (female) – Victoria Mills as Mae West
NATIONAL PRINT MEDIA (male) – Ralph Celli as Clark Gable
VOICE IMPRESSION, RADIO (male) – Brian Sheil
VOICE IMPRESSION, RADIO (female) – Jordan Roberts
NATIONAL ADVERTISEMENT – Gregg Chelew as David Letterman
INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISEMENT – Susan Griffiths as Marilyn Monroe
MUSICAL PERFORMANCE, RECORDING – Nick D’Egidio as Frank Sinatra
CORPORATE PERFORMANCE (male) – Brendan Paul as Elvis Presley
CORPORATE PERFORMANCE (female) – Hollie Vest as Tina Turner
STAR SALUTE – Suzanne LaRusch as Lucille Ball
< p>CAREER ACHIEVEMENT – Gene Greytak as Pope John Paul II
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT – Rich Little
CONCERT PERFORMANCE (female) – Julie Sheppard as Judy Garland
CONCERT PERFORMANCE (male) – Jay White as Neil Diamond

2002
REAL DEAD AWARD – Audrey Ruttan as Charlie Chaplin
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Louise Gallagher as Laura Bush
BEST ACTOR AWARD – Russell Seymour as Russell Crowe
BEST ACTRESS AWARD – Tambilina Perazzo as Julia Roberts
BIGMOUTH COMEDY AWARD – Mitchell Lloyd as “Kramer”
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Herme Chua as Tiger Woods
OLDEST LIVING DEAD RINGER AWARD – Wally Sneathen as Mickey Rooney
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD – Daniel Walters as Elton John

2001
WOMAN’S OWN MAGAZINE AWARD – Julie Ellis as Gloria Estefan
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Carole Reed as Elizabeth Taylor
BEST ACTOR AWARD – Gary Tate as George Clooney
BEST ACTRESS AWARD – Tonya Moon as Pamela Anderson
BIGMOUTH COMEDY AWARD – Eileen Finney as Joan Rivers
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (female) – Holly Beavon as Marilyn Monroe
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (male) – Robert Ensler as Dean Martin
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD (female) – Charlene Rose as Dolly Parton
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD (male) – Vic Fatali as Johnny Cash
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Antonio Benedict as Dennis Rodman
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (female) – Bronnie Bakke as Britney Spears
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (male) – Russell Sadick as Barry Manilow

2000
LITERARY AWARD – “Made You Look” Denise Bella Vlasis (Madonna), Author
LITERARY AWARD – “Made You Look” Hollie Vest (Tina Turner), Publisher, Thrillennium Books
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Brent Mendenhall as Governor George W. Bush
MR. HOT PROPERTY AWARD – Lowell Torgerson as Sean Connery
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Charles Pardee as Chuck Norris
R & B AWARD (female)- Diane Gordon as Toni Braxton
BIG MOUTH COMEDY AWARD – David Wolf as Jerry Lewis
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (female) – Alexis Donnelly as Peggy Lee
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (male) – Vaughn Suponatime as Frank Sinatra
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (female) – Louise Gallagher as Elizabeth Taylor doing a rap song
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (male) – Richard Whelan as Bill Clinton doing a rap song
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (in memoriam) – Jerry Thomas for his portrayal of John Wayne

1999
REAL DEAD AWARD – Jason W. Browning as W.C.Fields
BIGMOUTH COMEDY AWARD – John Garrett as Robin Williams
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Diana Mara Dumpis as Monica Lewinsky
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Teresa Barnwell as Hillary Clinton
CLASSIC ROCK AWARD (female) – Susan Ballard as Janis Joplin
CLASSIC ROCK AWARD (male)- Gil Gex as Jimi Hendrix
BEST DIRECTOR AWARD – Isaac Chernotsky as Steven Spielberg
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (female)- Pat Warmer as Ethel Merman
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (male) – Gilbert Gauthier as Frank Sinatra
MR. HOT PROPERTY AWARD – Dean Combs as Drew Carey
MS. HOT PROPERTY AWARD – Barbara Hyde as “Mimi”
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD – Tony McKay as Prince
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (in memoriam) – Jay Wright for his portrayal of
“Ambassador At Large,” “Fidel Castro,” & “Santa Claus”

1998
REAL DEAD AWARD – Phil Pinkus as Jerry Garcia
BIGMOUTH COMEDY AWARD – Steve Ostrow as “Kramer”
BEST EMCEE AWARD – Al Silverstein as Ed McMahon
R & B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD – Gino Walker as Aretha Franklin
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (female)- Rosemarie Ballard as Connie Francis
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (male) – John Greenwood as Dean Martin
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD – Gail Williams as Dolly Parton
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD – Edward Moss as Michael Jackson
BEST ACTOR AWARD – Craig Janos as Jack Nicholson

1997
REAL DEAD AWARD – Jim Aguirre as George Washington
BIGMOUTH COMEDY AWARD (female) – Anne Kissell as Roseanne
BIGMOUTH COMEDY AWARD (male) – Jim Malmberg as Johnny Carson
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Rob Gephart as Howard Stern
R & B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD – Gary Walker as Stevie Wonder
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD (female) – Pam Barker as Patsy Cline
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD (male) – Ronnie Allen as Kenny Rogers
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (female) – Loren Michaels as Barbra Streisand
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (male) – Michael Davis as Michael McDonald
BEST ACTRESS AWARD – Denise Vlasis as Madonna
BEST ACTOR AWARD – Mark Wakefield as Tom Cruise
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (in memoriam) – Andy Bullard for his portrayal of “Cliff” from Cheers

1996
REAL DEAD AWARD – Ralph Chelli as Clark Gable
HANDS DOWN AWARD – Michael Day as Hugh Grant
BIG MOUTH COMEDY AWARD – Mike Isenberg as Sam Kinison
TV’S BIGGEST MOUTH AWARD- Gregg Chelew as David Letterman
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Gene Greytak as Pope John Paul II
NEWS HOUND AWARD – Keeko Liddell as Kato Kaelin
R & B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD (female) – Jazzmun as Whitney Houston
R & B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD (male) – Mike Herman & David Hastings as The Blues Brothers
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (female) – Laura Steele as Cher
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (male) – Steve Campbell as Sonny Bono
MS. HOT PROPERTY AWARD – Melissa Totten as Madonna
MR. HOT PROPERTY AWARD – Douglas James as Pierce Brosnan
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD (female) – Kathleen Tingley as Reba McEntire
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD (male) – Jack Ritch as Willie Nelson
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (female) – Suzanne LaRusch as “Lucy”
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (male) – Adrian Israel as “Ricky Ricardo”
OWOPCA (One World Order People’s Choice Award) – Vicki Bakken as Queen Elizabeth
BEST ACTRESS AWARD – Laurie Sheppard as Susan Sarandon
BEST ACTOR AWARD – Larry Bulot as Jim Carrey

1995
REAL DEAD AWARD – Frank Finn as John Wayne
BIG MOUTH COMEDY AWARD – Marv Cline as Alan Alda
ROCK ‘N ROLL AWARD – Scot Bruce as Elvis Presley
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Janie Minick as Elizabeth Taylor
MS. HOT PROPERTY AWARD – Sharon Mingus as Whoopi Goldberg
MR. HOT PROPERTY AWARD – Bob Fouts as Tim Allen
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD – Wes Archibald as Garth Brooks
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (female) – Carla Fiore as Karen Carpenter
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (male) – Arlen Pantel as Bruce Springsteen
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (female) – Beverly Shields as Judy Garland
CLASSIC CROONER AWARD (male) – Nick D’Egidio as Frank Sinatra
BEST ACTRESS – Karen Teliha as Bette Davis
BEST ACTOR – Tony Lorea as Humphrey Bogart

1994
REAL DEAD AWARD – Victoria Mills as Mae West
BIGMOUTH COMEDY AWARD – Al Mager as George Burns
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Jerry Hoban as Ed Sullivan
R & B AWARD (female)- Penny La Day as Diana Ross
R & B AWARD (male) – Pete Peterkin as Little Richard
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (female) – Gail Williams as Dolly Parton
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (male) – Gregory Wolfe as Rod Stewart
BEST ACTRESS AWARD – Candice Scott as Loni Anderson
BEST ACTOR AWARD – Gary Shorelle as Ricky Nelson
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (in memoriam) – Archie Kessell for his portrayal of George Bush

1993
REAL DEAD AWARD – Moe Thomas as Charlie Chaplin
BIGMOUTH COMEDY AWARD – Dee Dee Hanson as Joan Rivers
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Sy Ziyad as Michael Jackson
R & B AWARD (female)- Hollie Vest as Tina Turner
R & B AWARD (male) – Terry Ray as Roy Orbison
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (female) – Rebecca Torres as Whitney Houston
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD (male) – Pat Rick as Bill Clinton
OWOPCA (One World Order People’s Choice Award) – Richard Wimsett as Boris Yeltsin
BEST ACTRESS AWARD – Diana Dawn as Marilyn Monroe
BEST ACTOR AWARD – Joe Dimmick as Clint Eastwood
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (in memoriam) – Margery Ross for her portrayal of Barbara Bush

1992
REAL DEAD AWARD – Noel Berman as “Uncle Fester”
HANDS DOWN AWARD – Carter Pecce as “Pee Wee Herman”
OLDEST LIVING DEAD RINGER AWARD – Al Mager as George Burns
BIG MOUTH COMEDY AWARD – Mark Neyndorff as Billy Crystal
HUMANITARIAN AWARD – Nancy Casey as Elizabeth Taylor
R & B FEELIN’ GOOD AWARD – Ron Nelson as James Brown
MR. HOT PROPERTY – Bill Brown as Arnold Schwarzenegger
MS. HOT PROPERTY – Laurie Sheppard as Susan Sarandon
COUNTRY’S HOTTEST HITTER AWARD – Willie Sutton as Willie Nelson
POP’N ROCK FOR REEL AWARD – Tony Rossini as Neil Diamond
OWOPCA (One World Order People’s Choice Award) – Archie Kessell as George Bush
FALSETTO AWARD – Jimmy James as Marilyn Monroe
BEST ACTRESS AWARD – Susan Griffiths as Marilyn Monroe
LONGEST RUNNING FEUD AWARD – Patricia Ramsey & Karen Teliha as Joan Crawford & Bette Davis
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