NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Series or Special

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The NAACP Image Award winners for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Series or Special:

Year Actor Television Series Nominees
1995 LeVar Burton[1] Reading Rainbow
1996 Denzel Washington[2] Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Whoopi Goldberg-"Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child"[2]
James Earl Jones-

"Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child"
Sinbad-"Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child"
Danny Glover-"Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child"

1997 - ---
1998 Denzel Washington Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child[3] Avery Brooks-"Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child"[3]
Chris Rock-"Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child"
LeVar Burton-"Reading Rainbow"
Ronald Daise and Natalie Daise-"Gullah Gullah Island"
1999 LeVar Burton Reading Rainbow[4] Bill Bellamy-"Cousin Skeeter"[4]
Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell-"Kenan & Kel"
Kirk Franklin and God's Property-"One Day"
Loretta Devine-"One Day"
2000 Lynn Whitfield The Planet of Junior Brown[5] Kenan Thompson-"Kenan & Kel[5]
Kel Mitchell-"Kenan & Kel
Kevin Clash-"Follow That Bird"
Marcella Lowery-"City Guys"
2001 Bill Cosby Little Bill[6] Ruby Dee-"Little Bill"[6]
LeVar Burton-"Reading Rainbow"
Ossie Davis-"Finding Buck McHenry"
Alfre Woodard-"The Wishing Tree"
2002 LeVar Burton Reading Rainbow[7] Tommy Davidson-"The Proud Family"[7]
The Alvin Ailey Dancers-"Sesame Street"
B.B. King-"Sesame Street"
Cree Summer-"A Rugrats Kwanzaa Special"
2003 LeVar Burton Reading Rainbow[8] Tommy Davidson-"The Proud Family"[8]
Jo Marie Payton-"The Proud Family"
Kyla Pratt-"The Proud Family"
Keshia Knight Pulliam-"What About Your Friends: Weekend Getaway"
2004 Raven-Symoné That's So Raven[9] Cree Summer-"All Grown Up!"[9]
Tommy Davidson-"The Proud Family"
Kyla Pratt-"The Proud Family"
Lynn Whitfield-"The Cheetah Girls"
2005 Raven-Symoné That's So Raven[10] Tommy Davidson-"The Proud Family"
[10]Jo Marie Payton-"The Proud Family"
Kyla Pratt-"The Proud Family"
LeVar Burton-"Reading Rainbow"
2006 Raven-Symoné That's So Raven[11] Kevin Clash-"Sesame Street"[11]
Kyla Pratt-"The Proud Family Movie"
Tommy Davidson-"The Proud Family Movie"
Jo Marie Payton-"The Proud Family Movie"
2007 Raven-Symoné That's So Raven[12] Kathleen Herles-"Dora the Explorer[12]
Romeo Miller-"Romeo!"
Kyle Massey-"That's So Raven"
Corbin Bleu-"High School Musical"
2008 Raven-Symoné That's So Raven[13] André Benjamin-"Class of 3000"[13]
Kyle Massey-"Cory in the House"
Kathleen Herles-"Dora the Explorer"
Lil JJ-"Just Jordan"
2009 Keke Palmer True Jackson, VP[14] Kyle Massey-"Cory in the House"[14]
Caitlin Sanchez-"Dora the Explorer"
Lil JJ-"Just Jordan"
Selena Gomez-"Wizards of Waverly Place"
2010 Keke Palmer True Jackson, VP[15] Caitlin Sanchez-"Dora the Explorer"[15]
LaShawn Jefferies-"The Backyardigans"
Selena Gomez-"Wizards of Waverly Place"
Nick Cannon-"TeenNick Halo Awards"
2011 Keke Palmer True Jackson, VP[16] Nick Cannon-"TeenNick Halo Awards"[16]
Selena Gomez-"Wizards of Waverly Place"
Victoria Justice-"Victorious"
Lance Robertson-"Yo Gabba Gabba!
2012 Keke Palmer True Jackson, VP[17] China Anne McClain-"A.N.T. Farm"[17]
Lance Robertson-"Yo Gabba Gabba!"
Leon Thomas III-"Victorious"
Zendaya-"Shake It Up"
2013 Loretta Devine Doc McStuffins[18] China Anne McClain-""A.N.T. Farm"[18]
Keke Palmer-"Winx Club"
Nick Cannon-"The TeenNick HALO Awards 2012"
Tyler James Williams-"Let It Shine"
2014 China Anne McClain A.N.T. Farm[19] Eric I. Keyes, III-"Live Life and Win!"
Fatima Ptacek-"Dora "the Explorer"
Karan Brar-"Jessie"
Zendaya-"Shake It Up"
2015 Fatima Ptacek Dora and Friends: Into the City![20] Amber Frank-"Haunted Hathaways"
China Anne McClain-"How to Build a Better Boy"
Curtis Harris-"Haunted Hathaways"
Taliyah Whitaker-"Wallykazam!"

Multiple Wins and Nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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  19. ^ Couch, Aaron; Washington, Arlene (February 22, 2014). "2014 Image Winners". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved May 13, 2016. 
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