Emma Roberts, Keke Palmer, and Tristan Lake Leabu all took honor each in film feature categories while Hayden Panettiere and Kyle Massey scored in TV slots.
A group of young names cheerfully brought home a prize each on March 10, 2007 as the Young Artists Foundation finally revealed the recipients for its Young Artist Awards on the day at Empire Ballroom at the Sportsman's Lodge Hotel in Studio City, California.
For film feature categories, Emma Roberts of "Aquamarine" and Tristan Lake Leabu of "Superman Returns" delightfully received the title of Best Supporting Young Actress and Actor, respectively with Logan Lerman and Keke Palmer taking honors in the leading acting slot, the former for his role in "Hoot" while the latter one for hers in "Akeelah and the Bee."
For age ten or younger, the best actor prize wonderfully went to Dylan Blue of "Deck the Halls" while that of best actress was given to Abigail Breslin for her bright performance in "Little Miss Sunshine" which previously scored her a best supporting actress nomination at this year's Oscar. Also coming as a winner was Sri Lankan child actress Sarala who was awarded for her role in Deepa Mehta's Oscar-nominated picture "Water."
In TV slots, "For the Love of a Child" stars Jake Smith and Emily Hirst both successfully were recognized for their supporting performance in TV movie, miniseries or special (comedy or drama) section, accompanied by the likes of Kyle Massey of "That's So Raven", Hayden Panettiere of "Heroes", and Alexander Gould of "Weeds" as the honorees for TV series categories.
Completed the triumphs of its stars, "Akeelah", "Sunshine" and "Water" joyously gained respective title of the best drama, comedy or musical, and international film for family with "Cars" being deemed the Best Family Feature Film (Animation). For complete list of winners, please do take a look on youngartistawards.org.