AACTA Audience Choice Awards

The AACTA Audience Choice Awards asked you to cast your vote on Australian screen and artist achievements that have engaged and moved you over the past decade.  

The AACTA Audience Choice Awards were created in 2020 to celebrate AACTA's 10th anniversary alongside the achievements on screen both locally and globally over the past decade. The AACTA Audience Choice Awards span seven categories, including: 

Favourite Global Star of the Decade

  • Cate Blanchett
  • Rose Byrne
  • Russell Crowe
  • Joel Edgerton
  • Chris Hemsworth
  • Hugh Jackman
  • Nicole Kidman
  • Ben Mendelsohn
  • Margot Robbie
  • Jacki Weaver

Favourite TV Contestant of the Decade

  • Poh Ling Yeow from MasterChef
  • Dami Im from The X Factor
  • Sam Frost from The Bachelor
  • Steve Flood and Will Stewart from MKR
  • Chrissie Swan from I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
  • Sophie Monk from The Bachelorette
  • Olivia Vivian from Ninja Warrior
  • Jules and Cam from MAFS
  • Josh and Elise from The Block
  • Angela Clancy from Big Brother

Favourite Comedy Performer of the Decade 

  • Hamish Blake and Andy Lee
  • Tom Gleeson
  • Wil Anderson
  • Hannah Gadsby
  • Nazeem Hussain
  • Steven Oliver
  • Dave Hughes
  • Julia Morris
  • Celia Pacquola
  • Celeste Barber

Favourite TV Actor of the Decade

  • Sarah Snook
  • Asher Keddie
  • Bryan Brown
  • Claudia Karvan
  • Rodger Corser
  • Aaron Pederson
  • Deborah Mailman
  • Marta Dusseldorp
  • Damon Herriman
  • Essie Davis

Favourite Australian Film of the Decade

  • Peter Rabbit
  • Red Dog
  • The Sapphires
  • The Great Gatsby
  • The Babadook
  • The Water Diviner
  • The Dressmaker
  • Lion
  • Ride Like a Girl
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
  • Ali's Wedding

Favourite Australian TV Drama of the Decade 

  • Offspring
  • Neighbours
  • Mystery Road
  • Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries
  • Top of the Lake
  • Wentworth
  • Molly
  • Love Child
  • Doctor Doctor
  • Home and Away
  • Packed to the Rafters

Favourite TV Moment of the Decade 

  • Offspring - Patrick Dying (2013)
  • Wentworth - “The Freak Buried Alive” (2018)
  • Please Like Me - Josh Finding His Mother Dead (2017)
  • Thailand Cave Rescue (2018)
  • The Prime Minister Tony Abbott Eating An Onion (2015)
  • The Bachelor - The Honey Badger Not Choosing A Partner (2018)
  • MKR - Dan and Steph Win (2013)
  • MAFS - Ines and Sam Affair (2019)
  • Mick Fanning Punching a Shark (2015)
  • Adam Goodes War Cry Dance (2015)

The top five nominees in each category will be announced in late November ahead of AACTA’s reimagined broadcast on Channel 7, Wednesday 2 December where winners of the AACTA Audience Choice Awards will be announced alongside highlights from the 2020 AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel.

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