List of awards and nominations received by Star Trek: Voyager

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Star Trek: Voyager was an American science fiction television series that aired from January 1995 to May 2001. The series won various awards and nominations for their cast, writers and the series itself.

Awards & Nominations
Award Won Nominated
ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards
0 4
American Latino Media Arts Awards
0 5
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards
3 3
Cinema Audio Society of America Awards
0 3
Emmy Awards
7 35
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards
3 6
International Monitor Awards
1 1
Golden Satellite Awards
2 2
Saturn Awards
3 14
Youth in Film Awards
1 1
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 20 78

ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
1997 Best Television Series[1] Richard D. James, Louise Dorton, Leslie Parsons Nominated
1998 Best Television Series[2] Richard D. James, Louise Dorton Nominated
1999 Best Television Episode - Single Camera Series[3] Richard D. James, Louise Dorton "11:59" Nominated
2000 Best Television Episode - Single Camera Series[4] Richard D. James, Louise Dorton "Critical Care" Nominated

American Latino Media Arts Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result
1998 Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Roxann Dawson Nominated
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Television Series in a Crossover Role Robert Beltran Nominated
1999 Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Roxann Dawson Nominated
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Television Series in a Crossover Role Robert Beltran Nominated
2000 Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series[5] Roxann Dawson Nominated
2001 Outstanding Achievement in a Television Series Award[6][7] Roxann Dawson Honoured
Outstanding Achievement in a Television Series Award[6][7] Robert Beltran Honoured

Art Directors Guild[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result
1998 Excellence in Production Design Richard D. James, Louise Dorton, Leslie Parsons Nominated
1999 Excellence in Production Design Richard D. James, Louise Dorton Nominated
2000 Excellence in Production Design Richard D. James, Louise Dorton Nominated
2001 Excellence in Production Design Richard D. James, Louise Dorton Nominated

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result
1999 Top TV Series Jay Chattaway, Dennis McCarthy, David Bell Won
2000 Top TV Series Jay Chattaway, Dennis McCarthy, David Bell Won
2001 Top TV Series[8] Jay Chattaway, Dennis McCarthy, David Bell Won

Cinema Audio Society of America Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
1998 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, Doug Davey, Richard L. Morrison "Future's End" Nominated
2000 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, Doug Davey, Richard L. Morrison "Equinox" Nominated
2001 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series[9] Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, Doug Davey, Richard L. Morrison "Unimatrix Zero" Nominated

Emmy Awards[edit]

In an effort to gain a nomination for a dramatic category following the final season, adverts were taken out in Variety magazine to encourage voters to select Voyager.[10]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
1995 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Main Title Theme Music[11] Jerry Goldsmith Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Graphic Design and Title Sequences[11] Dan Curry, John Grower, Eric Guaglione, Erik Tiemens Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Makeup for a Series[11] Michael Westmore, Tina Kalliogis-Hoffman, Michael Key, Barry R. Koper, Gill Mosko, Bill Myer, Greg Nelson, Mark Shostrom, Scott Wheeler, Natalie Wood "Faces" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Special Visual Effects[11] Michael Backauskas, Joe Bauer, Edward L. Williams, Dan Curry, Joshua Cushner, Don B. Greenberg, Scott Rader, Adam Howard, Don Lee, John Parenteau, Joshua Rose, Robert Stromberg "Caretaker" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costume Design for a Series[11] Robert Blackman Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series[11] Josée Normand, Caryl Codon, Rebecca De Morrio, Dino Ganziano, Virginia Kearns, Audrey Levy, Shawn McKay, Patty Miller, Barbara Kaye Minster, Karen Asano Myers, Gloria Albarran Ponce, Katherine Rees, Patricia Vecchio, Faith Vecchio Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series[11] Jay Chattaway Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series[11] Jay Chattaway "Heroes and Demons" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for a Series[11] Marvin Rush Nominated
1996 Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series[11] Karen Asano-Myers, Suzan Bagdadi, Laura Connolly, Barbara Kaye Minster "Persistence of Vision" Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series[11] Michael Westmore, Ellis Burman, Tina Kalliongis-Hoffman, Brad Look, Gil Mosko, Greg Nelson, Mark Shostrom, Steve Weber, Scott Wheeler "Threshold" Won
1997 Outstanding Costume Design for a Series[11] Robert Blackman "False Profits" Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series[11] Suzan Bagdadi, Monique De Sart, Frank Fontaine, Charlotte Gravenor, Karen Asano Myers, Diane Pepper, Jo Ann Phillips, Josée Normand "Fair Trade" Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series[11] Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, Christopher L. Haire, Richard Morrison "Future's End" Nominated
1998 Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series[11] Hazel Catmull, Laura Connolly, Ruby Ford, Charlotte Gravenor, Mimi Jafari, Chris McBee, Lola McNalley, Gloria Montemayor, Josée Normand, Viviane Normand, Dianne Pepper, Barbara Ronci, Adele Taylor, Delree Todd "The Killing Game", Parts I & II Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series[11] Eric Chauvin, Arthur Codron, Paul Hill, Koji Kuramura, Adam Lebowitz, Greg Rainoff, Mitch Suskin, John M. Teska "Year of Hell", Part II Nominated
1999 Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series[11] Rob Bonchune, Adam Lebowitz, Elizabeth Castro, Arthur J. Codron, Dan Curry, Don Greenberg, Paul Hill, Ronald B. Moore, Mitch Suskin, Greg Rainoff, John Teska "Dark Frontier" Won
Bruce Branit, Liz Castro, Dan Curry, Paul Hill, Ronald B. Moore, Greg Rainoff "Thirty Days" Nominated
John Allardice, Robert Bonchune, Eric Chauvin, Arthur J. Codron, Dan Curry, Don Greenberg, Sherry Hitch, Greg Rainoff, Mitch Suskin, John Teska, Ron Thornton "Timeless" Nominated
2000 Outstanding Costumes for a Series[12][13] Robert Blackman, Carol Kunz "Muse" Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series[12][13] Gloria Montemayor, Viviane Normand, Charlotte Parker, Jo Ann Phillips, Josee Normand "Dragon's Teeth" Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series[12][13] Belinda Bryant, Ellis Burman, Suzanne Diaz, Tina Kalliongis-Hoffman, Jeff Lewis, David Quaschnick, James Rohland, Michael Westmore, Scott Wheeler, Natalie Wood "Ashes to Ashes" Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series[12][13] Jay Chattaway "Spirit Folk" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[12][13] Dale Chaloukian, Jeff Gersh, Ashley Harvey, Masanobu Tomita, Gerry Sackman, William Wistrom, James Wolvington "Equinox", Part II Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series[12][13] Les Bernstein, Bruce Branit, Elizabeth Castro, Dan Curry, John Gross, Paul Hill, Jeremy Hunt, Fred Pienkos, Ronald B. Moore "Life Line" Nominated
Bruce Branit, Elizabeth Castro, Dan Curry, John Gross, Paul Hill, Jeremy Hunt, Fred Pienkos, Ronald B. Moore, Greg Rainoff "The Haunting of Deck Twelve" Nominated
2001 Outstanding Costumes For A Series[14] Robert Blackman, Carol Kuntz "Shattered" Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling For A Series[14] Gloria Montemeyor, Josee Normand, Charlotte Parker "Prophecy" Nominated
Outstanding Makeup For A Series[14] Belinda Bryant, Ellis Burman, Suzanne Diaz-Westmore, Earl Ellis, Tina Kalliongis-Hoffman, Jeffrey Lewis, Bradley Look, Joe Podnar, Dave Quaschnick, James Rohland, Karen Westerfield, Michael Westmore, Scott Wheeler, Natalie Wood "The Void" Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition For A Series[14][15] Jay Chattaway "Endgame", Parts I and II Won
Dennis McCarthy "Workforce", Parts I and II Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition For A Series[14] Dale Chaloukian, T. Ashley Harvey, Masanobu Tomita, Gerald Sackman, Bill Wistrom, Jim Wolvington "Endgame", Part II Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series[14][15] Robert Bonchune, Eric Chauvin, Arthur Codron, Dan Curry, Steve Fong, Ronald B. Moore, Greg Rainoff, Mitch Suskin, John Teska "Endgame", Parts I and II Won
Dan Curry, Paul Hill, David Lombardi, Brandon MacDougall, Ronald B. Moore, David Morton, Greg Rainoff, John Teska, Chad Zimmerman "Workforce", Parts I and II Nominated

Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2000 Best Special Effects Makeup - Television (for a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime) Michael Westmore, Scott Wheeler, James Rohland, Ellis Burman, Jr. "Dark Frontier" Nominated
Best Character Hair Styling - Television (for a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime)[16] Josée Normand, Charlotte Parker, Gloria Montemayor "Bride of Chaotica!" Won
Best Innovative Hair Styling - Television (for a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime)[16] Josée Normand, Charlotte Parker, Gloria Montemayor "Dragon's Teeth" Won
2001 Best Period Makeup - Television (For a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime)[17][18] Michael Westmore, Ellis Burman, Jr., Suzanne Diaz, Tina Hoffman, James Rohland, Scott Wheeler, Natalie Wood "Fair Haven" Nominated
Best Innovative Hair Styling - Television (For a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime)[17][18] Josée Normand, Charlotte Parker, Gloria Montemayor, Viviane Normand "Tsunkatse" Won
2002 Best Special Makeup Effects - Television (For a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime) Michael Westmore "The Void" Nominated

Golden Satellite Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result
1998 Best Actress – Television Series Drama[19] Kate Mulgrew Won
1999 Best Actress – Television Series Drama[20] Jeri Ryan Won

Saturn Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result
1998 Best Actress on Television[21] Kate Mulgrew Won
Jeri Ryan Nominated
Best Network Television Series Nominated
1999 Best Actress on Television Kate Mulgrew Nominated
Jeri Ryan Nominated
Best Network Television Series Nominated
2000 Best Actress on Television[22] Kate Mulgrew Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television[22] Jeri Ryan Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television[22] Robert Picardo Nominated
2001 Best Actress on Television[23][24] Kate Mulgrew Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television[21][23][24] Jeri Ryan Won
Best Network Television Series[23][24] Nominated
2002 Best Television DVD Release Nominated
2005 Special Recognition Award to the Star Trek TV series[25] Won

Other awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
1999 International Monitor Awards Film Originated Television Series - Electronic Visual Effects Digital Magic "Thirty Days" Won
Youth in Film Awards[26] Best Performance in a TV Drama Series: Supporting Young Actress Scarlett Pomers Won

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "3rd Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards". Art Directors Guild. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 
  3. ^ "4th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards". Art Directors Guild. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 
  4. ^ "5th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards". Art Directors Guild. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Dispatch: Roxann Dawson Nominated". Star Trek.com. April 14, 2000. Archived from the original on June 18, 2000. Retrieved April 20, 2013. 
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  24. ^ a b c "Dispatch: Saturn Awards Can't Resist Ryan". Star Trek.com. June 13, 2001. Archived from the original on September 27, 2001. Retrieved January 15, 2014. 
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