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Nominations for the 3rd Annual Hollywood Reporter YoungStar Awards.



LOS LOS Length of stay, see there  ANGELES--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)--Sept. 17, 1998--The Hollywood Hollywood.

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Richard Wagstaff "Dick" Clark (born November 30, 1929) is an Emmy Award-winning American television, radio personality, game show host and businessman, he served as
 productions, is proud to announce the nominees for The 3rd Annual Hollywood Reporter YoungStar Awards.

Presented to young entertainers, ages 6 through 18, for their exceptional performances in music, film and television, the YoungStar Awards is the first major award program to honor As a verb, to accept a bill of exchange, or to pay a note, check, or accepted bill, at maturity. To pay or to accept and pay, or, where a credit so engages, to purchase or discount a draft complying with the terms of the draft.  the young talent who contribute substantially to the entertainment industry. The complete list of the nominations for the 15 categories follows.

From a list of more than 400 submissions, this year's nominees have been selected in a poll mailed to more than 3,500 readers of The Hollywood Reporter. The poll covers young performers who had a performance during 1997-1998. Winners of the YoungStar Awards will be announced at a star-studded star-studded
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 awards ceremony on Sunday Sunday: see Sabbath; week. , Nov. 8 at Universal Studios.

Among the young talent nominated nom·i·nate  
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Whitman is best known for playing the titular role of Grace in State of Grace and for her featured appearance on the TV show Arrested Development
, Jonathan Taylor Thomas Jonathan Taylor Thomas (born September 8, 1981) is an American child actor and former teen idol, perhaps best remembered for his roles of middle child Randy Taylor on the sitcom Home Improvement and the voice of the young Simba in Disney's The Lion King. , Jonathan Lipnicki, Madylin Sweeten Madylin Anne Michele Sweeten (born June 27, 1991) is an American actress.

Madylin was born in Brownwood, Texas to Timothy Lynn Sweeten and Elizabeth Anne Millsap. She is perhaps best known for playing the role of Ally Barone on the CBS television sitcom
, Jessica Biel, Zachery Ty Bryan Zachery Tyler Bryan (born October 9, 1981) is an American actor best known for his role as the eldest son, Bradley Michael Taylor, on the sitcom Home Improvement. , Kirsten Dunst Kirsten[1] Caroline Dunst (born April 30, 1982) is an American actress, known for her roles in (for which she received a Golden Globe nomination), The Virgin Suicides, Marie Antoinette, and Bring It On  and Michelle Williams Michelle Williams may refer to an actress or a singer born in 1980:
  • Michelle Williams (singer), (b. July 23, 1980), American singer, member of group Destiny's Child
  • Michelle Williams (actress), (b.
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For more information regarding The Hollywood Reporter YoungStar Awards, contact Debbie Lockhart at 323/525-2177. The Hollywood Reporter is published by BPI (Bits Per Inch) The measurement of the number of bits stored in one linear inch of a track (storage channel) on a disk or tape. Bit density on magnetic disks has reached 800,000 bpi (800 Kbpi). See tpi, areal density and magnetic disk.

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                 1998 YoungStar Awards Nominees
       Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy Film
Cameron Finley                 as Beaver in "Leave it to Beaver"
Jesse James                 as Spencer in "As Good As It Gets"
Alex D. Linz                 as Kevin in "Home Alone 3"
Gregory Smith                 as Alan in "Small Soldiers"
Kevin Zegers                 as Josh in "Air Bud"
      Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Comedy Film
Hallie Kate Eisenberg         as Marie in "Paulie"
Hatty Jones                 as Madeline in "Madeline"
Lindsay Lohan                 as Hallie & Ann in "The Parent Trap"
Christina Ricci          as Dedee in "The Opposite of Sex"
Mara Wilson                 as Anabel in "A Simple Wish"
       Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama Film
Cameron Finley                 as Travis in "Hope Floats"
Brandon Hammond          as Ahmad in "Soul Food"
Eammon Owens                 as Francie in "The Butcher Boy"
Jamyang Wangchuk         as the Dalai Lama in "Seven Years in Tibet"
Elijah Wood                 as Leo in "Deep Impact"
      Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Film
Meagan Good                 as Cecily in "Eve's Bayou"
Scarlett Johansson         as Grace in "The Horse Whisperer"
Christina Ricci          as Wendy in "The Ice Storm"
Jurnee Smollett          as Eve in "Eve's Bayou"
Mae Whitman                 as Bernice in "Hope Floats"
 Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Miniseries/Made-for-TV Movie
Seth E. Adkins                 as Robbie in "First Do No Harm"
Zachery Ty Bryan         as Brad in "Principal Takes A Holiday"
Matthew Lawrence         as Jesse in "Angels in the Endzone"
Frankie Muniz                 as young Sammy in "What the Deaf Man Heard"
Elijah Wood                 as the Artful Dodger in "Oliver Twist"
Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Miniseries/Made-for-TV Movie
Kirsten Dunst                 as Tina in "Fifteen and Pregnant"
Tina Majorino                 as Avocet Abigail in "Before Women Had Wings"
Jena Malone                 as Lily in "Hope"
Chaz Monet                 as Ruby in "Ruby Bridges"
    Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy TV Series
Joseph Gordon-Levitt         as Tommy in "3rd Rock From the Sun"
Brandon Hammond          as Matty in "Gregory Hines Show"
Jonathan Lipnicki         as Alex in "Meego"
Tahj Mowry                 as T.J. in "Smart Guy"
Ben Savage                 as Cory in "Boy Meets World"
Jonathan Taylor Thomas         as Randy in "Home Improvement"
   Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Comedy TV Series
Kaitlin Cullum                 as Libby in "Grace Under Fire"
Danielle Fishel          as Topanga in "Boy Meets World"
Larisa Oleynik                 as Alex in "Secret World of Alex Mack"
Madylin Sweeten          as Ally in "Everybody Loves Raymond"
Emily May Young          as Lilly in "Step by Step"
     Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama TV Series
Andrew & Steven Cavarno  as Owen in "Party of Five"
David Gallagher          as Simon in "7th Heaven"
George Gore II                 as G in "New York Undercover"
Ross Malinger                 as Roland in "Party of Five"
Austin O'Brien                 as Joshua in "Promised Land"
Michael Yarmush          as Eric in "My Life as a Dog"
    Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama TV Series
Jessica Biel                 as Mary in "7th Heaven"
Lacey Chabert                 as Claudia in "Party of Five"
Erika Christensen         as Romy in "Nothing Sacred"
Beverley Mitchell         as Lucy in "7th Heaven"
Caitlin Wachs                 as Chloe in "Profiler"
Michelle Williams         as Jen in "Dawson's Creek"
   Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Daytime TV Program
Jonathan Jackson         as Lucky in "General Hospital"
Sean Marquette                 as Jamie in "All My Children"
Nicholas Pappone         as Philip in "The Young and the Restless"
Tyrone Savage                 as young Isaac Newton in "The
                         Inventor Specials: Newton"
Jeffrey Wood                 as  James in "Sunset Beach"
  Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Daytime TV Program
Jessica Alba                 as Nella in "Flipper"
Camryn Grimes                 as Cassie in "The Young and the Restless"
Alexas Manta                 as Amanda in "As the World Turns"
Robyn Richards                 as Maxie in "General Hospital"
Erin Torpey                 as Jessica in "One Life to Live"
 Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Saturday Morning TV Program
Ben Gould                 as Nicky in "Saved by the Bell"
Phillip Van Dyke         as Ned in "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea"
Scott Whyte                 as Chris in "City Guys"
 Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Saturday Morning TV Program
Samantha Becker          as Maria in "Saved by the Bell"
Eric Luttrell                 as Emile in "The New Ghostwriter Mysteries"
Lindsay McKeon                 as Kattie in "Saved by the Bell"
Megan Parlen                 as Mary Beth in "Hang Time"
Charlotte Sullivan         as Camela in "The New Ghostwriter Mysteries"
     Best Performance by a Young Recording Group or Artist
Hanson, Group                 "Middle of Nowhere"
Jonny Lang, Singer         "Jonny Lang in Concert"
Monica, Singer                 "The Boy is Mine"
LeAnn Rimes, Singer         "LeAnn Rimes in Concert"
Usher, Group                 "Usher"
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