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As the voice of “Bart Simpson,” Nancy’s talents and contributions to the show have helped it become the longest running prime time animated series in the history of television. “That Bart is a cartoon character—a sheaf of drawings animated by smart writing and the unique vocal stylings of Nancy Cartwright—make him both ‘real’ and surreally supple.” (Time magazine, 1999)

Since the series’ premiere in 1989, The Simpsons has garnered dozens of entertainment industry awards for excellence, including 15 Emmy awards, a Peabody, four Environmental Media Awards, three Genesis Awards and 12 Annie Awards. In 1992, Nancy was personally acknowledged by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with an Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance as the voice of Bart.

Nancy’s voice-acting abilities have been featured in many highly acclaimed shows and films, including Animaniacs, Elmyra, Pinky and the Brain, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, My Little Mermaid, Richie Rich, My Little Pony, Pound Puppies, Snorks, and Mike, Lu and Og. Click here to learn more.

Special awards and recognitions, spanning
Nancy’s many fields of endeavor, include:

2006 Congressional Recognition Presented to Nancy Cartwright for “outstanding and invaluable service to the community” by the Congress of the United States
2006 MAKH Award Model of Admin Know How
2006 Emmy Award The Simpsons
2006 City of Baton Rouge, LA Presented Nancy Cartwright with the key to the city and named her Honorary Mayor
2005 Citizen Commission for Human Rights Presented to Nancy Cartwright for being a “Human Rights Patriot”
2005 MAKH Award Model of Admin Know How
2005 City of Northridge, CA The City of Northridge named resident Nancy Cartwright as its Honorary Mayor
2004 MAKH Award Model of Admin Know How
2004 Emmy Nomination The Simpsons
2004 Aurora Awards, Gold Award for Day in the Life and The Kellys
2004 Accolade Day in the Life
2003 MAKH Award Model of Admin Know How
2002 Houston Film Festival Silver Award for The Kellys
2002 American Film Institute 2000, Honoring a Year of Excellence, The Simpsons Presented by the American Film Institute to recognize Nancy and the cast of The Simpsons for their contribution to America's cultural legacy.
2002 Key to the City of Kettering, OH Presented to Kettering native Nancy Cartwright by Mayor Marilou Smith at the Dayton "Project Read" literacy event.
2001 Los Angeles Times Best Seller List Biography: My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy by Nancy Cartwright.
2000 World Literacy Crusade Nancy Cartwright, Founding Member, World Literacy Crusade, Neko Tech Learning Center, Ghana, West Africa.
2000 Emmy Winner Certificate For Best Animated Program The Simpsons.
2000 PMA Star Power Award Presented to Nancy Cartwright for her promotional contributions “above and beyond what is expected from a celebrity.”
2000 Hollywood Walk of Fame Presented to The Simpsons on the occasion of the show’s receipt of a Star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California.
2000 City of Kettering, Ohio Proclamation of “Nancy Cartwright Day” in Kettering, Ohio.
1999 Daytime Emmy Awards Honors Presented to Nancy Cartwright for contributing to the Emmy Award Winning Program Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain.
1996 DramaLogue Award Presented to Nancy Cartwright for Best Performance in a One-Person Show, In Search of Fellini.
1996 Daytime Emmy Awards Honors Presented to Nancy Cartwright for contributing to the Emmy Award-Winning Program Animaniacs.
1995 Annie Award Presented to Nancy Cartwright for Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting in the field of Animation.
1994 County of Los Angeles Public Library Award Presented to Nancy Cartwright for “her contributions in making the world a more literate place.”
1992 Emmy Award Presented to Nancy Cartwright for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance, The Simpsons, ”Bart Simpson.”
1992 Elizabeth Andersch Award Presented to Nancy Cartwright, “distinguished practitioner in the art of communication; long-time supporter of forensic activities for high school and college, well-known television, film and stage actress; voice of Bart Simpson; and an outstanding performer whose skills on and off the stage have generated respect for her profession.”
1992 American Library Association Award Presented to Nancy Cartwright for her participation in Night (and Day) of a Thousand Stars.
1990 Multi-Platinum Sales Award Presented to Nancy Cartwright to commemorate the sale of more than two million copies of the album The Simpsons Sing the Blues.
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