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AiF members Chanel Marriott and Callan McAuliffe winners at Young Artist Awards

Monday, May 05, 2014 5:00 AM | Anonymous
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Coming from all parts of the United States and Canada,child and teen stars gathered Sunday in Studio City, California for their annual awards ceremony. And while about 120 of the nominees were in attendance, only 41 of them walked away with the non-profit organization's highest honors.

The occasion was the 35th Annual Young Artist Awards, which honored the best child and teen actors and actresses in films, television and live theater. The honors were for work aired on television, shown on movie screens or performed live on stage in the calendar year 2013. 

Congratulations to AiF members Callan McAuliffe for taking home the Supporting Young Actor in the Feature Film nod for The Great Gatsby and Chanel Marriott for her Young Actress in a Short Film gong for Penny Arcade

Full List of Winners:
Leading Young Actor in a Feature Film: Miles Elliot for Camp.

Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film: tie between Sophie Nélisse for The Book
Thief and Loreto Peralta for Instructions Not Included.

Supporting Young Actor in a Feature Film: Callan McAuliffe for The Great Gatsby.

Supporting Young Actress in a Feature Film: Fatima Ptacek for Tio Papi.

Young Actor 16-21 in a Short Film: David Topp for The Box.

Young Actor 13-15 in a Short Film: Peter Bundic for Lord of the Guys.

Young Actor 11-12 in a Short Film: Joshua Costea for Lord of the Guys.

Young Actor 10 & under in a Short Film: Jonah Wineberg for Circles.

Young Actress in a Short Film: Chanel Marriott for Penny Arcade.

Young Actress 11-12 in a Short Film: Adanna Avon for The Mary Contest.

Young Actress 10 & under in a Short Film: Peyton Kennedy for To Look Away.

Young Actor in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot: Kyle Harrison Breitkopf
for Catch a Christmas Star.

Young Actress in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot: Savannah McReynolds
for The Wrong Woman.

Leading Young Actor in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): Chandler Riggs for The
Walking Dead.

Leading Young Actress in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): Layla Crawford for
The First Family.

Supporting Young Actor in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): Max Burkholder for
Parenthood.

Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): Isabella Cramp for
The Neighbors.

Guest Starring Young Actor 17-21 in a TV Series: A tie: Evan Crooks for Grey’s
Anatomy and Dominik Michon-Dagenais for 30 Vies.

Guest Starring Young Actor 14-16 in a TV Series: A tie: Matt Cornett for
Southland and Matthew J. Evans for Lab Rats.

Guest Starring Young Actor 11-13 in a TV Series: Joshua Carlon for Sam & Cat.

Guest Starring Young Actor 10 & Under in a TV Series: Christian Distefano for
Murdoch Mysteries.

Guest Starring Young Actress 17-21 in a TV Series: Siobhan Williams for Motive.

Guest Starring Young Actress 14-16 in a TV Series: Danika Yarosh for 1600 Penn.

Guest Starring Young Actress 11-13 in a TV Series: a tie: Ava Cantrell for Haunted
Hathaways and Lexi DiBendetto for Grey’s Anatomy.

Guest Starring Young Actress 10 & under in a TV Series: Jena Skodje for R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour.

Recurring Young Actor 17-21 in a TV Series: Mikey Reid for Victorious.

Recurring Young Actor in a TV Series: William Monett for 30 Vies.

Recurring Young Actor 10 & under in a TV Series: Rio Mangini for Kickin’ It.

Recurring Young Actress 17-21 in a TV Series: Kelly Heyer for Raising Hope.

Recurring Young Actress in a TV Series: Kayla Maisonet for for Dog With A Blog.

Young Actor in a Daytime TV Series: Jimmy Deshler for General Hospital.

Young Actress in a Daytime TV Series: Haley Pullos for General Hospital.

Young Ensemble in a TV Series: Parenthood that includes its young stars Savannah
Paige Rae, Ryree Brown, Max Burkholder and Xolo Mariduena.

Young Actor in a Voice-Over Role: Jaden Betts for Doc McStuffins.

Young Actress in a Voice-Over Role: Alexa Torrington for The Cat in the Hat
Knows a Lot About That.

Young Actor in a DVD Film: a tie: Zach Callison for All American Christmas
Carol and Darien Provost for Super Buddies..

Young Actress in a DVD Film: Kenzie Pallone for Adventures of Bailey: A Night
in Cowtown.

Young Actor Web Performance: Joey Luthman for Chosen.

Young Actress Web Performance: Caitlin Carmichael for Chosen.

Young Actor in Live Theater: Quinn Van De Kerre for The Christmas Coat at the
Forte Theatre, Vancouver BC, Canada.

Young Actress in Live Theater: Jolie Vanier for Detention. Special awards went to Nate Nordine for Outstanding Live Performance, Inter-City Arts for The Maureen Dragone Scholarship Award, Tina Jonk Christensen for the Jackie Coogan Award - Contribution to Youth and How It's Made on the Science Channel for the Social Relations of Knowledge Institute Award.

For more information check the Young Artist Awards web site youngartistawards.org

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