Kelsey Grammer Among Juried Emmy Award Winners for 'Simpsons' Voiceover

Being heard and not seen was enough for Kelsey Grammer to win an Emmy Award for his voiceover performance as Sideshow Bob on Fox's "The Simpsons."

Grammer's honor was among the juried awards announced this week by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. They'll be presented at the Emmy creative arts ceremony on Aug. 19.

Grammer can add his latest trophy, for the animated show's episode titled "The Italian Bob," to the four he won as best actor in a comedy for "Frasier."

Nominees for the main Emmy ceremony, airing Aug. 27 on NBC with host Conan O'Brien, were announced earlier this month.

Other juried award winners announced Wednesday:

— Costumes for a variety or music program: Wendy Benbrook, Wanda Leavey, "MADtv," episode 1109, Fox; Erin Lareau, "Benise: Nights of Fire!" PBS; Dana Campbell, Randall Christensen, "Dancing with the Stars," episode 208A, ABC.

— Individual achievement in animation: Jarek Szyszko, "Classical Baby 2," Hippo Dance segment, HBO; Sarah E. Meyer, "Robot Chicken," Easter Basket episode, Cartoon Network; Frederick Gardner, "The Life and Times of Juniper Lee," Adventures in Babysitting episode, Cartoon Network; Bryan Arnett, "Escape From Cluster Prime," Nickelodeon; Shannon Tindle, "Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends," Go Goo Go episode, Cartoon Network; Mike Diederich, "The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy," Cartoon Network.