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    • March 6, 2017 9:38 PM EST
    • Are you looking at last year's list? Because Jared was nominated for The Young And The Restless. I didn't inspect the whole list but I believe TSO has a lot of nominee this year.
      I don't like how they don't have International nominations. Also I was hoping to see Art Parkinson nominated for Voice-Over.
      JeffJones said:
      I find it hard to be too critical of it, the young performers look forward to it and deserve the recognition. It could ad a little more fan-fare and the press could pay more attention but I like it for the young celebs.
      This year the list of as we say Teen Stars Online listed stars is quite small just this
      Leading Young Actor, 11–13, in a Feature Film: Steele Stebbins in Vacation

      Leading Young Actor, 10 and under, in a Feature Film: Jared Breeze in The Boy

      Guest Starring Young Actor, 14–21, in a TV Series: Christian Hutcherson in Survivor’s Remorse

      If I miss any post it I kind of skimmed a croos the nominations, I would think Jared Breeze is a lock.

      Keesha said:

      Such a poorly run award ceremony, the young actors deserve better.....no fan-fare no TV no big announcements..a big joke but still I am sure the kids appreciate it so yes.

       

       

    • March 5, 2017 8:39 PM EST
    • Leading Young Actor, 10 and under, in a Feature Film: Jared Breeze in The Boy.

      Jared Breeze should win this.

    • March 3, 2017 5:46 PM EST
    • I find it hard to be too critical of it, the young performers look forward to it and deserve the recognition. It could ad a little more fan-fare and the press could pay more attention but I like it for the young celebs.
      This year the list of as we say Teen Stars Online listed stars is quite small just this
      Leading Young Actor, 11–13, in a Feature Film: Steele Stebbins in Vacation

      Leading Young Actor, 10 and under, in a Feature Film: Jared Breeze in The Boy

      Guest Starring Young Actor, 14–21, in a TV Series: Christian Hutcherson in Survivor’s Remorse

      If I miss any post it I kind of skimmed a croos the nominations, I would think Jared Breeze is a lock.

      Keesha said:

      Such a poorly run award ceremony, the young actors deserve better.....no fan-fare no TV no big announcements..a big joke but still I am sure the kids appreciate it so yes.

       

    • February 18, 2017 2:04 PM EST
    • It is important for these young actors who deserve the recognition, sure it could use some sprucing up but it serves a good purpose.

    • February 4, 2017 1:00 PM EST
    • Such a poorly run award ceremony, the young actors deserve better.....no fan-fare no TV no big announcements..a big joke but still I am sure the kids appreciate it so yes.

    • February 2, 2017 8:55 PM EST
    • Go Jared Breeze and Toby Nichols. :)

    • February 2, 2017 8:26 PM EST
    • The nominees for the Young Artist Awards have been announced. The list is here: http://www.youngartistawards.org/nominees

      Some of you may be happy to see the nominations here. Some of you may be tempted to shout out 'snub' in other areas. I know I'm tempted to shout out the snub of Art Parkinson for the Animated Voice category. Remember the Awards gradually list nominees and categories over time. I noticed there were no International categories added yet so hang tight.

    • January 31, 2016 10:45 PM EST
    • Eye opening true story and the young Mark Rendall did give a very believable performance. Have not seen that movie in a few years.

    • November 29, 2015 12:26 AM EST
    • Dont know him or the movie this must be real old.

    • November 25, 2015 10:56 PM EST
    • I actually do remeber him but forgot about him the last few years. I remember when he was listed on the site back in his child/teen stars days I remeber the film. A very good TV movie based on a true incident and he did give a good performance.
      The last I remeber seeing him was in the Vampire flick "30 Days of Night" a few years ago he was maybe 19 or 20 then I would guess.
      OmahaTrevor85 said:

      I remember him. He's still actively acting in Canada.

       

    • November 25, 2015 8:58 PM EST
    • I remember him. He's still actively acting in Canada.

    • November 21, 2015 12:48 AM EST
    • Ah yes, The Interrogation of Michael Crowe one night a few years back and late at night I came across this on Court TV.
      I had never heard of the case and was shocked to discover it was a true incident, I was just furious even watching it how grown detectives brow beat and bullied a boy. Sadly that is how a lot of the police operate not just here but worldwide.
      I digress, back to the movie the performance of the kid was very good, I knew nothing of him at that time but he was very believable and that is important in acting.
      It is a movie I recommend also.

    • November 16, 2015 9:59 PM EST
    • I have not sen this movie and I would like to but I have seen Mark rendall in "Childstar" and when he was older in the coolest Vampire movie ever "30 Days of Night" that movie rocks.

    • November 16, 2015 5:05 PM EST
    • Wow and a true story, I would like to see it.

    • November 16, 2015 1:22 AM EST
    • Why are you doing this to me….was tearfully asked by 14 year old Michael Crowe portrayed brilliantly by Toronto born teen actor Mark Rendall in the bleak true like TV drama The Interrogation of Michael Crowe.

      The film covers the real life crime where 12-year-old Stephanie Crowe is brutally murdered at her home in Escondido, California; the police foolishly jump to conclusions that her 14-year-old brother Michael must be responsible.

      They separate the family and over two days with no parent or lawyer present brow beat and lied to the child forcing a confession out of him. The film is scary as it show the power of the police and what injustice that can be dished out from their hands.

      The best reason to see this film is for the brilliant performance by then 14 year old teen actor Mark Rendall. As it is we recommend this film to show case another brilliant Teen Star performance.

      Go see if you can The Interrogation of Michael Crowe.

    • April 3, 2015 12:01 AM EDT
    • On the nominations I was told a few years ago that the actor or someone must send in a clip representing what they would like to be nominated for. I am not sure if it is still done that way.

    • April 2, 2015 4:19 PM EDT
    • Good for all the young artist, they are vital to the industry for movies and TV roles and sometimes they are not appreciated enough.

       

      This is a nice reward for them to be nominated firstly and then if they eventually take the trophy home. I don't know about selection of winners but I wonder about the nomination process because I have seen many great roles by kids/teens go without a nomination.

    • March 22, 2015 8:19 PM EDT
    • MEH! Christian should have won.

    • March 21, 2015 5:21 PM EDT
    • One thing I have to say is that 2014 was a mostly quiet year for young actors. There wasn't really a performance that could compete with the grownups and plus there were some people that found Annie rather insufferable. I find it hard to debate the winners. Funny thing about Into The Woods is that the younger actors did a better job than most of the older ones. Daniel and Lilla looked like two who knew how to act in a musical while there were many adult actors who just tried to sing.

      Another thing is I thought there would be nominations for Ellar and Alex Lawther of The Imitation Game but I guess they beat the age limit.

    • March 21, 2015 1:38 AM EDT
    • This event needs more publicity you have to stumble on when the nominations are done and then stumble on when they are given out. Show some respect for these young artist please and  get this show into the big time.

    • March 20, 2015 10:42 PM EDT
    • Thanks. I didn't notice they were handed out. Congratz to the winners.

    • March 19, 2015 9:51 PM EDT
    • Not fair? that is said about all award shows you wil find just as many that agree also disagree with a win. Just ask Kanye West. lol lmao :D
      Sofine said:

      I get that impression, it is not fair because the kids that win and deserved it get people wondering if it weas fair or not.

      I have heard off the record from some in that business who do believe it is not a fairly run awards, I still think it is good fun for the young actors.

      One thing I don;t understand is how some kid/reen performances are not even nominated.

       

    • March 19, 2015 9:36 PM EDT
    • I get that impression, it is not fair because the kids that win and deserved it get people wondering if it weas fair or not.

      I have heard off the record from some in that business who do believe it is not a fairly run awards, I still think it is good fun for the young actors.

      One thing I don;t understand is how some kid/reen performances are not even nominated.

    • March 19, 2015 3:35 PM EDT
    • Nothing against the winners but I feel this award is more a popularity contest than a true look at the performance in most cases.

      Case in point how in the bloody hell can John Paul Ruttan win over Daniel Huttlestone? watch both movies and tell me honestly. THis is nothing against Ruttan but the role was not in the legue of Huttlestone.

    • March 19, 2015 3:02 PM EDT
    • The Young Artist Awards were handed out March 15, congratulations to all the winners and to those who were nominated. A special shout-out to the stars listed here at Teen Stars Online who walked away with awards. Quvenzhane Wallis, John Paul Ruttan, Christian Hutcherson, Benjamin Stockham, Joey Luthman and Thomas Barbusca all were victorious.

      See full list of winners in red.