With mentions for her work on Person of Interest and Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story, Taraji P. Henson brings her total Image nomination count to six, with a win in 2008 for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
Grey's Anatomy star Sandra Oh takes in her third nomination this year for playing Dr. Cristina Yang, up against co-star Chandra Wilson.
Host Anthony Mackie, previously nominated for The Hurt Locker, is also up for an Image Award for his work in The Adjustment Bureau.
Actress Sanaa Lathan, joining Anthony Mackie as host of the show, has an Image Award for her breakout roll in Love & Basketball.
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James Pickens Jr. arrives for his seventh nomination for playing Dr. Richard Webber on Grey's Anatomy. He's yet to win an Image Award.
Vanessa Williams, on hand for both her nominated work on Desperate Housewives and to present, arrives at the NAACP Image Awards.
Keke Palmer, on a hot three-year streak for her starring role on Nickelodeon's True Jackson, VP, arrives at the NAACP for a possible fourth win in the "Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program" category.
Nominated for her work in Lifetime's breast cancer anthology, Five, Jennifer Lewis was last up for an Image Award for her work alongside the late Whitney Houston in 1996's The Preacher's Wife.
Doubly nominated for work in Contagion and Thurgood, Laurence Fishburne arrives a seasoned nominee at the Image Awards. He has two wins under his belt and well over a dozen nominations.
Nominated again for her work in BET's The Game, Tia Mowry-Hardrict has a few more Image noms under her belt than twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley.
Actress Tiffany Hines, of Bones and Nikita fame, hits the Image Awards on the heels of a return to her guest gig on The CW's 90210.
The Amazon -- aka Diana Prince -- has been portrayed by the likes of Lynda Carter, Cathy Lee Crosby, Adrienne Palicki, Keri Russell and, most recently, Gal Gadot, who is set to star in Zack Snyder's upcoming "Batman vs. Superman." View gallery
Nearly everything about "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" represents an improvement over the first installment of Peter Jackson's three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved creation. Watch video
The late '90s teen heartthrob was more than just the star of the "Fast & Furious" films -- he got an early start as a child actor and worked on a diverse group of projects, from Shark Week to Disney movies. View gallery