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After a two year hiatus, the Logie Awards returned last night to celebrate Australia’s television industry.
See below for which Australian celebrities won big with an iconic Logie statuette of their own.
The Gold Logie for most popular personality on Australian TV:
This accolade is voted for by the Australian public and is arguably the most prized out of all the categories at the glitzy event.
The Gold Logie went to comedic personality Hamish Blake, who is a co-presenter on LEGO Masters Australia.
A former host and prior winner at the Logies, Blake is no stranger to the awards night.
His show, LEGO Masters Australia, also took home the award for Most Outstanding Entertainment or Comedy Program.
Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter:
Spectacularly, Hamish Blake continued to add to his Logie collection by winning the inaugural Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter.
This award was also voted for by the public, clearly making Hamish one of Australia’s most popular TV faces.
Most Popular Actor:
Iconic Australian actor Guy Pearce took out the award for his leading role in the crime drama show Jack Irish.
As Hollywood star, this isn't Pearce's first rodeo for an awards night, however this is his first Logie Award win.
Most Popular Actress:
Actress and comedic icon, Kitty Flanagan, won for her starring performance in Fisk.
A former presenter at the Logies, this is Flanagan’s first Logie award, though she has been writing and performing in Australian TV since the 1990s.
Silver Logie: Most Popular Australian Actor or Actress in an International Program:
Iconic Australian actress Jacki Weaver won the Silver Logie with her performance in the hit American show Yellowstone, alongside Hollywood star Kevin Costner.
Weaver also won a Logie award in 2019 for Bloom.
Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent:
This accolade was given to newcomer news presenter Tony Armstrong.
A former AFL player, Armstrong transitioned into media, making a lasting first impression on the Australian public with his work for News Breakfast.
Most Outstanding Actor:
Richard Roxburgh took out this award for his performance in Fires.
This is Roxburgh’s sixth nomination for the Most Outstanding Actor category at the Logies, and his third win.
Most Outstanding Actress:
Anna Torv won the award for her leading performance in The Newsreader. This is Torv’s second Logie win, after winning in the same category for Secret City in 2017.
Most Outstanding Supporting Actor:
Colin Friels took out this award for his performance in Wakefield.
This is Friels' first Logies win since 1997, where he won the Logie for Most Outstanding Actor in the show Water Rats.
Most Outstanding Supporting Actress:
Heather Mitchell was awarded this gong for her performance in Love Me. This is her first nomination and win at the Logies.
Congratulations to everyone.
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