The nominees for the prestigious 2021 AACTA Awards have been announced and comedian Christian Hull is among the stellar nominated talent.

The annual event honours the best of Australian television, film, and digital entertainment for their performances and creations over the past year.

In the AACTA Audience Awards section, which puts voting in the hands of those who really matter, the audience at home, Hull has been nominated.

He’s up for Favourite Digital Comedy Creator, recognised for his hilarious viral videos. And with many creators having to pivot to digital content due to the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s probably one of the toughest categories to compete in this year.

He’ll face strong competition for Favourite Digital Comedy Creator from the likes of Tom Cardy and Fairbairn Films.

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Other notable nominees for this year’s awards include ABC drama The Newsreader, which has the most nominations with a massive 10, including for Best Drama Series.

The Voice and The Masked Singer will go head to head in the Best Entertainment Program category. Best Reality Program will also be tough to call, with Luxe Listing Sydney, MasterChef Australia, and The Real Housewives of Melbourne all nominated.

In the film categories, Nitram should be the favourite to win Best Film, as should Caleb Landry Jones for Best Lead Actor for his lead performance in the film, which is based on the Port Arthur Massacre.

The 2021 AACTA Awards will take place at the Sydney Opera House on Wednesday, December 8th, and broadcast live on Channel 10.

You can find the full list of nominations on and vote for the Audience Awards (including for Christian Hull) here.

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