Broadcaster Angela Hill receives
Top NVT Awardin recognition of her talent and commitment to the movie, theater, broadcasting, and voice-over industries in Louisiana
Top NVT Award
New Orleans broadcaster Angela Hill has been awarded the 2014 NVT Louisiana Star Performer Award for her outstanding and significant contribution to the Performing Arts Community in Louisiana.
The award was announced at the second annual NVT Awards ceremony, held on Saturday November 29th 2014 before an audience of significant members of the movie, theater, broadcast, and voice-over industries in Louisiana, at the Deutsches Haus in Old Metairie.
Also nominated for the award, by people from the entertainment industry around Louisiana, were: Mae Chapman, casting director, and Diana Boylston, SAG-AFTRA Local Board Chair
Organized by The NOLA Voice Talent Foundation, The NVT Awards (nicknamed The Envies) are a ground-breaking feature of the Performing Arts and Entertainment industry in Louisiana, and have been introduced to recognize the talent and commitment to the industry made by individuals to the benefit of the community.
The 2014 ward was presented on behalf of Angela Hill to Karlin Tessier, a leading voice-over talent in New Orleans, by The NOLA Voice Talent Foundation Founder and Executive Director Stephen James. In his presentation speech, James stressed the importance of giving and of mentoring youth as being key to the continuing success of the entertainment industry in the state. Read the full text of Stephen James' speech by clicking here
This year's winners:
NVT Junior Performer Award - Dylan DePaula
NVT Most Valuable Performer (MVP) Award - Lisa Fuller
Lisa was adjudged to be the member of The NOLA Voice Talent Foundation who had made a most significant contribution to the Foundation and thus to the community, over the past year.