Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin, and Michael Collins
1969 Hugo Winners for the Best Moon Landing Ever
News coverage of Apollo XI
1970 Hugo Winner for Dramatic Presentation
I was totally unconvinced. You'd think that the government could find an actor who wouldn't flub his lines.
And right there is the evidence that it was faked: it won the award for "dramatic presentation". You can't win that with a news event and you know the guys at NASA were all science fiction nerds so they probably voted it in as a joke.
And "the best moon landing ever"? You'd think those Hugo voters had never seen a moon landing before.
(I hope I didn't just start another moon hoax rumor...)