Best Of TV Awards 2013 Winner - Best Recurring Actress - FELICIA DAY "Supernatural"
The Best Of TV Awards 2013 winner in the category of Best Recurring Actress is Felicia Day "Supernatural".
For a 3rd year in a row, a "Supernatural" lady nabbed the award which used to be the "Supporting" award, but was rebranded this year to a more appropriate depiction of the award. Felicia Day reprised her tech savvy, fantasy game loving lesbian character Charlie Bradbury 3 times in 2013 which made her eligible for the Recurring award,, a finalist fr the Guest Star award last year, Day this time won her award with 699 votes. Well back in 2nd, Anna Torv "Fringe" with only 3 episode of the sci-fi hit in the year 2013 was eligible for this award instead of the top sci-fi actress honour. She nabbed 348 votes.
In 3rd Alaiana Huffman "Supernatural" with 319 votes.
Gillian Anderson "Hannibal" was 4th, Bex Taylor-Klaus "Arrow" was 5th. Amanda Tapping "Supernatural" was 6th. Jamie Chung "Once Upon A Time" 7th. Lisa Edelstein "Castle" was 8th. Sarah Bolger "Once Upon A Time" was 9th. Natalie Dormer "Elementary" was 10th.
Bex Taylor-Klaus & Anna Torv both had short leads on day 1, but eventually Felicia Day too the lead & never surrendered it.
Felicia Day set a new category record for bvotes with 699, breaking the previous mark from 2012 by Rachel Miner "Supernatural" of 526. Day also set a new record for largest margain of victory with 321. Previous record was 169 by Rachel Miner in 2012.
1st FELICIA DAY "Supernatural" 699
2nd Anna Torv "Fringe" 348
3rd Alaina Huffman "Supernatural" 319
4th Gillian Anderson "Hannibal" 295
5th Bex Taylor-Klaus "Arrow" 275
6th Amanda Tapping "Supernatural" 273
7th Jamie Chung "Once Upon A Time" 246
8th Lisa Edelstein "Castle" 220
9th Sarah Bolger "Once Upon A Time" 207
10th Natalie Dormer "Elementary" 186
Best Of TV Awards 2013 semi-final results for Best Recurring Actor & Actress Categories
The Best Recurring Actor And Actress categories for 2013 have been dominated by Supernatural in the past years (both actress & actor titles having gone to them - Maxwell, Sheppard 11 & Miner, Beaver 12) but could there be a new show inning something this year?
The recurring actress category looks poised for a non-Supernatural winner this year, if the semi-final voting is any clue.
Gillian Anderson "Hannibal" led all actresses in the nomination round, and now in the semi-final voting with 244 votes. Runner up this round was a 2012 Best Guest star finalist Felicia Day "Supernatural" with an even 200 votes. Jamie Chung "Once Upon A Time" came in 3rd at 178 votes. A tie for 4th between Sarah Bolger "Once Upon A Time" & Lisa Edelstein "Castle" round out the top 5.
The rest of the finalists are - Amanda Tapping "Supernatural", Anna Torv "Fringe", Alaina Huffman "Supernatural", Bex Taylor-Klaus "Arrow" & Natalie Dormer "Elementary"
Missing the finals - Emma Lahana "Haven" by just 4 votes, Summer Glau "Arrow" by just 6 & Caity Lotz "Arrow" 12 back.
Finalist last year in the category Yvonne Strahovski "Dexter" was 20 votes out of the finals this year for the same role.
Finalist in 2011 in the same category with a different show Magda Apanowicz "Continuum" missed by 37 votes.
On the recurring actor side. The Supernatural dominance seems to still be there.
Osric Chau "Supernatural" a finalist last year, jumped out to a fast large lead & held on in the semi-finals with 204 votes. Raphael Sbarge "Once Upon A Time" made a late surge from nowhere to take 2nd at 174 votes. John Noble "Fringe" a staple of the best actor category (only 1 of 2 actors to make the finals 4 straight years in a category. Other - Jensen Ackles) in years past, now competing for the recurring role in the shows final season had 109 votes. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau "Game Of Thrones" & David Richmond-Peck "Orphan Black" round out the top 5.
The rest of the semi-finalists are - Josh Jackson "Fringe", Richard Madden "Game Of Thrones", James Marsters "Warehouse 13", Adam Copeland "Haven" & Michael Socha "Once Upon A Time In Wonderland".
Missing the finals - Matt Frewer "Orphan Black" by just 5 votes, Mark Pelelgrino "The Tomorrow People" by 8 votes & Peter Gadiot "Once Upon A Time In Wonderland" by 11. 2X finalist Michael Cerveris "Fringe" was 20 votes out, finalist last year Sage Brocklebank "Psych" was 37 back. 2011 finalist for a different show Ben Cotton "The Killing" 42 votes back.
The finals started January 5, 2014 in some categories. The Recurring categories will open later today.
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