26th Annual Young Artists Awards Date Set: Hollywood's Youngest and Brightest Stars to Shine

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The Young Artist Awards celebrates the achievements of actors and actresses under the age of 18 in film and television. All press are invited to attend. Also don't miss presenter/nominee actress Alix Kermes in a look-a-like dress of the Valentino dress Cate Blanchett wore to the 2005 OSCARS!

Artist Awards

Saturday, April 30th, 2005

12 Noon

Empire Ballroom of the Sportsmen's Lodge

12833 Ventura Blvd

(corner of Ventura Boulevard and Coldwater Canyon)

North Hollywood California

Sponsor of event is Wibbles, the tiny, plush made for sharing and trading. The idea for Wibbles was created out of the desire to bring kids together to learn the joy of giving. For more information on Wibbles call 877-2 WIBBLE

What Do These People Have In Common?

Leonardo DiCaprio, Ricky Schroder, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Christina Applegate, Cuba and Omar Gooding, Tori Spelling, Scott Baio, River Phoenix, Alyssa Milano, Gary Coleman, Melissa Gilbert, Shannon Doherty, Molly Ringwald, Diane Lane, Fred Savage, Kristy McNichol, Elizabeth Shue, Justine and Jason Bateman, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Charlene Tilton, Erin Moran, David Faustino, Mario Lopez, Candice and Kirk Cameron, Benjamin Salisbury, Tracy Gold, Melissa Joan Hart, Kim Fields, Soleil Moon Frye, John Stamos, Nancy McKeon, Michael Damian, Keith Mitchell Coogan, Tia and Tamera Mowry, Lacey Chabert, Sara Schaub, Madeline Zima, Christian Bale, Adam Wylie, Gregory Smith, and many, many more.

As young actors they were either nominated for or won a Young Artist Awards, in their respective categories. They all attended.

Why? Because the Young Artist Awards gives future stars their first recognition, and opens doors in Hollywood.

The Young Artist Awards enjoy the privilege of being the very first to establish an award show for young artists under the age of 18 in television, motion pictures, theater and music. They are committed to wholesome family entertainment by awarding films and television shows who dedicate themselves to that goal.

In addition, through contributions from supporters, they established a scholarship fund for physically and/or financially challenged young artists, who, without this assistance, would find it difficult to pursue their dream of a career in the performing arts.

Submissions for young artists for the 2004 year were due by Jan. 31, 2005. These are usually submitted by the artist's agent and/or manager. The official nominees were announced on March 5th in Los Angeles at a nomination ceremony and party.

To get the complete list of The 26th Annual Young Artist Award Nominees go to http://www.youngartistawards.org/noms26.htm

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