, on the other hand...
- HELLO MY LOYAL SUBSCRIBERS! THIS IS PHANTOMSAVAGE AND WELCOME BACK TO (insert LP here)
- Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series:
- Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog:
- The Time... Guys uses this for its fair share of characters, most notably Christopher Columbus, Caveman in Episode III, and Alexander the Great at Knocken.
- O'Malley from Red vs. Blue may very well be the largest ham in the history of Machinima.
"Now be careful, mustn't give away our position with maniacal laughter!"
"Even though what I want is something frightening! WHAT I WANT is something PURE EVIL, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!"
- O'Malley's the undisputed king of this in Red vs. Blue, but fellow villain Wyoming is no slouch, and The Director shows shades of this as well at times.
"I don't give a DAMN about you and your committee!"
- Strong Bad from Homestar Runner. In Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, when Dadgeresque, AKA Senor Cardgage, "died", and Dangeresque, AKA Strong Bad, sounded like his head was about to blow off his body. This was just one of his many instances of hamminess, however.
Strong Bad: "Well, I heard a techno song one time that went like, 'Doom doom doom doom', and then this other part came in and it was like, 'Dudalado! Dudalado! Dudalado! Dudalado!' And there's always this high-pitched noise, you know, like a siren that's like, 'DOO-DA-DA-DIDDLE!! DOO-DA-DA-DIDDLE!!!' And then there's the obligatory old movie quote from some sci-fi movie, it's like, 'The system is down! DOO-DA-DA-DIDDLE!!! DOO-DA-DA-DIDDLE!!!!'"
Strong Bad: "WHY? WHY DO MY THIRTY-YEAR-OLD ELECTRONICS KEEP BREAKING ON ME???"
- Survival of the Fittest:
- The lonelygirl15 recurring villain Ted McKinley (aka PharmaGuy), especially in his first appearance.
- The Angry Video Game Nerd alternates between somewhat constrained and really exaggerated Unstoppable Rage (particularly during rants, and sometimes even silent, like his Kaiju impersonation during the Godzilla video).
"I'm the LORD of the HARVEST!"
BRING IT DOWN, BRING IT DOWN!"
- While on the subject of web reviewers, just about anyone on That Guy with the Glasses qualifies.
- Elisa, as Dr. Tease and The Makeover Fairy, can hold her own too and even the Chick has a fair amount of moments.
- While not a reviewer, Bhargav "Bargo" Dronamraju could very easily be the hammiest on the site.
- Nowhere are they hammier, however, than during the Massively Multiplayer Crossover that is Kickassia. Spoony exemplifies this trope to an awesome degree. Linkara also deserves special mention for an extremely silly scene with MarzGurl.
"Take comfort in my masculine arms!"
- Mille Chanteau of Ilivais X is the queen of ham. If she's in battle, it's all but guaranteed anything she says is an epic speech of some kind, and it's not limited to then either. Of course, there's also Seyne (that comes with being a Sanger Zonvolt Expy though), most of the GEKICOM and STRUQ members, hell, even Iriana has her moments.
- Bottom of Wormtooth Nation hams it up in every scene. This is understandable since he is based on the character of the same name from A Midsummer Night's Dream.
- There Will Be Brawl is a series that plays melodrama so straight that it's almost a parody, so this kind of acting is a requirement. Ganondorf and Wario (played by Ham extraordinaire Kyle Hebert) deliver.
- "And now, a Dramatic Reading of a real break up letter from a real person..."
- "THIS is TRUE LUNACY!"
- A Very Potter Musical has a larger than normal quotient of these.
- Snape, Draco, and Voldemort all qualify, with Snape being the most egregious example by far. Dumbledore is up there as well, especially when he starts lapsing into a Yiddish accent. Really, half of the play is the actors all trying to out-ham each other... which doesn't detract from it at all.
- Then there is Heart from Me and My Dick.
- I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC: Green Goblin (who's also a big fan of Willem *DAFOE!*'s performance) and Deadpool. Thor, to an extent... and there's Ghost Rider doing an homage to the ham who portrayed him.
- In Gaia Online:
- Pretty much everything Labtech X says.
- Then we have JOHNNY GAMBINO.
- Who could forget the Overseer?
- Rigel and Mintaka are beginning to show hints of this as well.
- Mugal in the Fan Film Godzilla vs the Kaiju Killer.
"I SAID PICK IT UP!"
- "This is gonna be my BEST... DAY... EVER!"
- raocow deserves mention as well.
"JUMP HEIGHT! UPGRADED!!!!"
- Butterfree in Box of Danger's Pokemon The Abridged Series. Also counts as Memetic Badass.
- Raye/Sailor Mars in Sailor Moon Abridged.
Raye/Sailor Mars: IT'S THE LAST TRAIN, ONE WAY TRACK TO HELL!
- All of the members of Achievement Hunter' could qualify in one way or another.
- Geoff can get very shouty when things don't go his way, and when he becomes the M.C in contests, there's even less limits.
- Ray for his iconic "LLLLLLLLLET'S PLAY!" Once an Episode.
- Whenever he assumes his Mad King persona, Ryan takes a hold of every single piece of pork, and refuses to let go. Taken to even more extreme levels for his appearance in X-Ray and Vav.
- But the crown has to go to Michael. Here's why:
"GAVIN, YOU FUCKING DUMB SHIT!! I'M GONNA BREAK YOUR HAND!!"
- Doctor Steel goes through a lot of scenery; consciously Played for Laughs.
- Sean Malstrom, as exhibited in this blog piece:
"Malstrom- World-wide sex symbol to women. When a new article appears, his mailbox gets flooded by the ladies demanding passion from him. "A business article on video games? That is so hot!" they squeal. Each Malstrom article also gains him a million dollars from jet-sitting super secret investors. Malstrom is also prone to self-delusions. ("Hey," he says, "if you are going to have delusions, might as well go for the really satisfying ones!")"
- Many, many Dramatic Readings, but Man Without A Body's epic readings of Atlanta Nights, My Inner Life, Thirty Hs, and other classics of So Bad, It's Good particularly come to mind.
- Internet Personality Vangelus, reviewer of Transformers and Kamen Rider toys alike. Likewise, his alter-ego The Milk Daddy.
"YOU'RE ABOUT A THREE MISSISSIPPI COUNT AWAY FROM THE WRONG SIDE OF A RAPE, BROTHER."
- Most of the cast of The Golden Age. Of course, the fact that it was entitled the Golden Age was kind of your first clue. Not too subtle, The Golden Age of Comic Books.
- If you thought the line "I will now enjoy my fruit snack." couldn't be said in a hammy way, you need to change your opinion right now.
- "Hey everybody, it's Chuggaaconroy!"
- Pipes! of the Freelance Astronauts. "Whenever the mic input volume meter jumps up into the red, I know I've told a good joke."
- These mad scientists in Lenore the Cute Little Dead Girl. 
- Video game music podcast Nitro Game Injection has Larry Oji. With him, EVERY episode is sponsored by ham.
- James David Manning.
- EPIC MEAL TIME! It just wouldn't be EMT without ham. And bacon strips. And bacon strips. And bacon strips...
- Stupid Mario Brothers has:
- Any role played by Richard (Mario)
- Wario is this trope in earlier seasons, and has become one again after season three where he was a Big Bad.
- Max Payne in his appearances.
- Ghost of True Capitalist Radio is a massive ham(bone) thanks to his Hair-Trigger Temper, infinite number of Berserk Buttons and a large number of trolls calling in.
- Just about ''everyone'' gets in on this at some point in Shiny Objects Videos.
- ''Frying and Buying''
- Rowdy C on TV Trash.
- Both Egoraptor and JonTron have a good amount of ham in their works, so quite naturally the Game Grumps can ham things up, for instance breaking into song at quite a few moments and interacting with Barry for the Caption Humor.
- Most Volus on Cerberus Daily News are this by default. But the standout case would have to be the duo of Jorgal Dwick and Terrorbyte. example
- TotalBiscuit is a natural ham to begin with, so you can probably imagine how things get any time something excites him.
- "I'M CATBUG!"
- His voice actor is 6 going on 7, after all.
- "EPIC! RAP! BATTLESOFHISTORY!!!"
- Everyone who is cartoonified in The Cartoon Man saga.
- Daym Drops, providing SUPER OFFICIAL fast food reviews with even more ham than the food itself contains (which admittedly is not hard, since the food usually contains bacon, not ham). He once did a video in his normal voice, just to prove he actually has one.
- While Cecil from Welcome to Night Vale has his moments, perhaps the best Night Valean example comes from Jackson Publick's Hiram Mcdaniels. Well, two out of five, anyway.
Green Head: Do you hear the beating of my terrible wings? Do you feel the flames lick at the corners of a life you once thought belonged to you?
Purple Head: AND YOU WILL NEVER HEAR IT! IT’S A SECRET! AND BURIED IN A SECRET PLACE!
- Big personalities are a common sight at Awesome Games Done Quick. For example, the acting in the 2013 Final Fantasy IX run is a hilarious cross between Large Ham and Bad Bad Acting.
- Aspiring voice actress Brizzy Voices, woman of a thousand voices, and even more facial expressions.
- The Big Bad of Dusk's Dawnadmits to enjoying himself while he casts disaster on Ponyville, and seems to be the most energetic actor. This isn't saying a whole lot, as everyone else is stiff or unintelligible sometimes.
- The Yogscast provides a few, although most members do have a degree of hamminess.
- Simon Lane takes the cake even by his group's standards. He takes No Indoor Voice to the extreme, often disrupting other people's recordings because he's screaming from several rooms away, once setting off a car alarm outside. Yogtowers is in an office block and a few floors off the ground.
(after Simon has spent several seconds screaming in Prop Hunt
) That was loud, even from the next room!
- Chonny, of yourchonny fame, alongside his parents...or him acting as his parents.
- Admiral Crackers of Brad Jones Demo Reel is larger than life in his mannerisms and dialog.
- Judge Dead from the Noob franchise, whose onscreen actions usually consist of acting as Judge, Jury, and Executioner due to his MMORPG Game Master profession. When he has to carry out a sanction, he exposes the fault and the punishment in a very loud, enthusiactic and microphone-altered towards being deep voice while moving his arms around. He sometimes throws in an Evil Laugh or two.