The 38th Annual Young Artist Awards (2017)

Established in 1978, the Young Artist Awards is Hollywood's longest running awards show that recognizes and honors young talent. Through year-round support, participants are groomed for greater achievements in their craft.

Directors:

Chris M. Allport, Tribal

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Cast

Credited cast:
Danny Glover ... Himself
Ernie Reyes Jr. ... Himself - Presenter
Chiara Aurelia ... Herself - Presenter
Ava Kolker ... Herself - nominee
Sanai Victoria ... Herself - Presenter
Christian Convery ... Winner-Himself - Best Performance in a TV Movie, Mini Series or Special-Young Actor
Rio Mangini ... Himself - Presenter and Winner: Best Performance in a TV Series, Teen
Gloria Garayua ... Herself - Presenter
Madison Brydges ... Herself - Winner: Best Performance in a TV Movie or Special
Ciara Wilson ... Herself - Nominee
Mark Christopher Lawrence ... Himself - Host
Christian Michael Cooper ... Winner
Savannah Kennick ... Herself - Presenter
LuLu Lambros ... Herself - Winner (as Lulu Lambros)
Keith L. Williams ... Himself - Presenter
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Established in 1978, the Young Artist Awards is Hollywood's longest running awards show that recognizes and honors young talent. Through year-round support, participants are groomed for greater achievements in their craft.

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Family | News

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Official Sites:

Official Website

Country:

USA

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Did You Know?

Trivia

The Young Artist Awards were founded in 1978 by the Hollywood Foreign Press (Golden Globes) historian Maureen Dragone. See more »

Goofs

In order to catch a flight, Film/TV Legend Danny Glover had to leave before presenting his last category of awards. Host, Mark Christopher Lawrence stood in as "Danny" and presented the categories in a Danny Glover-voice. See more »

Quotes

Chantal Rickards: Now we've come to the Category of "Best Leading Performance".
Rico Anderson: ...or as they're better-recognized on their shows: "The popular kids" on set.
Sophie Sabatini: It's true. If these leading actors were little action figures of a Television or Big Screen toy box, they would be the 'Kens' and 'Barbies' in the playroom.
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