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The YoungStar Awards, presented by The Hollywood Reporter, honored young American actors and actresses from ages 6–18 in their work in film, television, stage and music.[1] Winners were chosen via a poll of 3,500 entertainment industry insiders who read The Hollywood Reporter.[1] The awards ceremony was held from 1995 until 2000; there was no ceremony in 1996.

YoungStar Award
Awarded forExcellence of young performers in film, television, stage, and music.
CountryUnited States of America
Presented byThe Hollywood Reporter
First awarded1995
Last awarded2000

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First Annual YoungStar AwardsEdit

These are the winners of the First Annual YoungStar Awards held in 1995.

Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy FilmEdit

Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Roger Bomman, Angels in the Outfield

Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama FilmEdit

Kirsten Dunst as Claudia, Interview with the Vampire

Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama FilmEdit

Brad Renfro as Erik, The Cure (1995 film)

Best Young Actor in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Jonathan Jackson as Lucky Spencer, General Hospital[2]

Best Young Actress in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Kimberly McCullough as Robin Scorpio, General Hospital[2]

Second Annual YoungStar AwardsEdit

The Second Annual YoungStar Awards were held in 1997.

Winners are in bold.[3]

Best Young Actor in a Comedy FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Comedy FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Comedy TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actress in a Comedy TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actor in a Drama FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Drama FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Drama TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actress in a Drama TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actor in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actress in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actor in a Mini-Series/Made for TV FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Mini-Series/Made for TV FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Saturday Morning TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actress in a Saturday Morning TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Recording ArtistEdit

Third Annual YoungStar AwardsEdit

The Third Annual YoungStar Awards were held on November 8, 1998 at Universal Studios.[4] The awards were hosted by Malcolm-Jamal Warner.

Winners are in bold.

Best Young Actor in a Comedy FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Comedy FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Comedy TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actress in a Comedy TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actor in a Drama FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Drama FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Drama TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actress in a Drama TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actor in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actress in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actor in a Mini-Series/Made for TV FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Mini-Series/Made for TV FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Saturday Morning TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actress in a Saturday Morning TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Recording Artist or Musical GroupEdit

Fourth Annual YoungStar AwardsEdit

The Fourth Annual YoungStar Awards were held on November 7, 1999 at Universal Studios' Panasonic Theatre. The awards were hosted by Melissa Joan Hart[5] and Donny Osmond.[6] Proceeds benefited APLA's Skills for Teen AIDS Risk Reduction (S.T.A.R.R.) Program.[7]

The show included a musical performance by Renee Olstead.[8]

Winners are in bold.[5]

Best Young Actor in a Comedy FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Comedy FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Comedy TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actress in a Comedy TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actor in a Drama FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Drama FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Drama TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actress in a Drama TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actor in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actress in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actor in a Mini-Series/Made for TV FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Mini-Series/Made for TV FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Saturday Morning TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actress in a Saturday Morning TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Recording Artist or Musical GroupEdit

Best Performance in a Voice Over TalentEdit

Fifth Annual YoungStar AwardsEdit

The Fifth Annual YoungStar Awards were held on November 19, 2000 at the Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills. A celebratory dinner followed the event at Le Meridian Hotel. The event was produced by Dick Clark, Robert J. Dowling, Dawn Allen, Al Schwartz and Ken Shapiro.[1] The awards were hosted by Mo'Nique, and presenters included B.B. Good,[9] Amanda Bynes, Jane Kaczmarek, Bryan Cranston, and Michelle Trachtenberg. There were performances by No Authority, Rachael Lampa, Youth Asylum and Alecia Elliott.[10] A portion of the proceeds went to the Starlight Children's Foundation.[1]

Winners are listed in bold.[11]

Best Young Actor in a Comedy FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Comedy FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Comedy TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actress in a Comedy TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actor in a Drama FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Drama FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Drama TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actress in a Drama TV SeriesEdit

Best Young Actor in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actress in a Daytime TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actor in a Mini-Series/Made for TV FilmEdit

Best Young Actress in a Mini-Series/Made for TV FilmEdit

Best Young Actor in a Saturday Morning TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Actress in a Saturday Morning TV ProgramEdit

Best Young Recording Artist or Musical GroupEdit

Best Performance in a Voice Over TalentEdit

Best Television Ensemble CastEdit

Best Stage Performance by a Young ActorEdit

  • Bix Bettwy as Boy in Shakespeare's Henry V at San Diego's Old Globe Theatre

Best Stage Performance by a Young ActressEdit

  • Emily Hong as multiple roles in Broken Hearts at Los Angeles' Cornerstone Theater

YoungStar Starlight AwardEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "The Hollywood Reporter's Fifth Annual YoungStar Awards Benefiting the Starlight Children's Foundation to Take Place Sunday, November 19 At Wilshire Theatre". Gale Group. Business Wire. August 30, 2000. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  2. ^ a b "Awards". Lawrence Journal-World. October 28, 1995. Retrieved February 3, 2013.
  3. ^ Ellis, Rick (May 4, 1997). "1997's 2nd Annual Young Star Awards". AllYourEntertainment, Inc. www.allyourtv.com. Archived from the original on August 1, 2009. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  4. ^ "Nominations for the 3rd Annual Hollywood Reporter YoungStar Awards". Gale Group. Business Wire. September 17, 1998. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  5. ^ a b "Rachel Leigh Cook, Britney Spears, Jonathan Jackson, Haley Joel Osment, Leelee Sobieski Among Winners at The Hollywood Reporter's 4th Annual YoungStar Awards". Gale Group. Business Wire. November 8, 1999. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  6. ^ Ellis, Rick (September 3, 1999). "4th Annual YoungStar Award Nominations". AllYourEntertainment, Inc. www.allyourtv.com. Archived from the original on 2009-08-01. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  7. ^ "The Hollywood Reporter's 4th Annual YoungStar Awards Hosts and Nominees Announced". Gale Group. Business Wire. September 2, 1999. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  8. ^ "Renee Olstead Fan Club - Chronicle - 1999-2003". Retrieved December 13, 2016.
  9. ^ a b c d e f "Radio Disney to Broadcast From the Hollywood Reporter's Fifth Annual YoungStar Awards". Radio Disney. www.laughingplace.com. September 22, 2000. Retrieved February 3, 2013.
  10. ^ "2000 Hollywood Reporter YoungStar Awards". hollywood.com. November 20, 2000. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  11. ^ "2000 Hollywood Reporter's YoungStar Awards Winner's List". hollywood.com. November 20, 2000. Archived from the original on February 16, 2013. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  12. ^ "Christina Aguilera to Receive Starlight Award at the Hollywood Reporter's 5th Annual YoungStar Awards". Gale Group. Business Wire. September 20, 1999. Retrieved February 2, 2013.