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Miley Cyrus Is Young Artist Awards' Leading Young Actress in TV Series

April 1, 2008 (4:56 am) GMT
Disney Channel's Emmy Award-nominated TV series "Hannah Montana" wins its main cast Miley Cyrus the Leading Young Actress Young Artist Award.

Winning two Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards; Favorite Female Singer and Favorite Television Actress, at its 21st annual awards show Saturday, March 29, adds one more nod into her award resume. The teen sensation wins the Leading Young Actress in TV Series category for the 29th Annual Young Artist Awards, besting the likes of and among others.

Her Emmy Award-nominated TV series "Hannah Montana", meanwhile, nabs the Best Family Television Series Award from its heavy contenders; "Life Is Wild", "The Naked Brothers Band", "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide", "Out of Jimmy's Head", "The Winner", and "Zoey 101." Though so, "Hannah Montana" lost the Best Young Ensemble Performance In A TV Series Award to Cartoon Network's "Out of Jimmy Head."

Nickelodeon's television series "Zoey 101" is the other award winner, wins its cast Erin Sanders the Recurring Young Actress nod, whereas NBC's "Heroes" wins one prize only, which is Supporting Young Actress for its star Adair Tishler.

Visit youngartistawards.org for the full award winners from both the TV and Movie categories, all of which were announced Sunday, March 30.

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