Polish-born voice actress nominated for prestigious award
December 4, 2020
Polish-born actress Beata Poźniak has been nominated for three Voice Arts Awards, an accolade hailed as the Oscar for voice actors.
Poźniak will be vying for the award in three categories.
She was nominated in Outstanding Video Game Character, Best Voiceover category for voicing Skarlet, the Blood Queen, in video game Mortal Kombat 11; and in Outstanding Spoken Word or Storytelling – Best Performance category for her tribute to Polish poet and Nobel Prize winner Wisława Szymborska.
She was also nominated in Audiobook Narration – History – Best Voiceover category for the audiobook “Light In Hidden Places” by Sharon Cameron.
The winners will be announced on Sunday, December 20, at a gala in New York City.
The Polish actress is best known for playing the wife of John F. Kennedy in Oliver Stone’s Academy Award-nominated 1991 film JFK. She later appeared in over 30 film and TV projects worldwide.
Last year, Poźniak won the prestigious Earphones Award for her recording of Olga Tokarczuk’s “Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead”.