Andrew Scott has been nominated for Best Actor in the BBC Audio Drama Awards.
Scott, who played Moriarty in BBC1’s Sherlock, is nominated for his performance in Harold Pinter’s Betrayal. He is up against Henry Goodman for his role in James Joyce’s Ulysses and Richard Johnson for David Pownall’s Tennyson and Edison.
Scott walked away with the award for Best Supporting Actor at the 2012 BBC Audio Awards. Other winners included David Tennant for Best Actor, Katie Hims for Best Audio Drama and Hugh Hughes for Best Scripted Comedy Drama.
2013 is the second year for the BBC’s Audio Drama awards, which received hundreds of applicants from around the world.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony at BBC Broadcasting House on 27 January.
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