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Daytime actors.

Updated on May 7:

The winners were announced last night and go as follows…

Best Performance In A Daytime TV Series:

Young Actor: “One Life To Live’s” Andrew Trischitta (ex-Jack) and Austin Williams (ex-Shane).

Young Actor 12 and Under: “All My Children’s” Tate Berney (ex-AJ) and “The Young And The Restless'” Robbie Tucker (Fen).

Young Actress: “General Hospital’s” Haley Pullos (Molly).

Young Actress Ten and Under: “All My Children’s” Danielle Parker (ex-Emma).

Best Performance In A TV Series:

Guest Starring Young Actress 11-13: “General Hospital’s” Haley Pullos (Molly) in “House MD.”

Recurring Young Actress 17-21: “The Young And The Restless'” Erin Sanders (ex-Eden) in “Big Time Rush.”

Best Performance In A Feature Film:

Young Ensemble Cast: “The Young And The Restless'” Garrett Ryan (ex-Kyle) in “Judy Moody and The Not Bummer Summer.” congratulates all the winners!

Previously Reported on April 2:

Winners of the 33rd Annual Young Artist Awards, which recognize young talent in the entertainment industry, will be announced on Sunday May 6 at the Empire Ballroom of the Sportsmen’s Lodge Hotel in Studio City, California. For now, here is the list of Daytime related nominees…

Best Performance In A Daytime TV Series:

Young Actor: Aramis Knight (Young Sonny, “General Hospital”), Garrett Ryan (ex-Kyle, “The Young And The Restless”), Aaron Sanders (ex-Morgan, “General Hospital”), Andrew Trischitta (ex-Jack, “One Life To Live”) and Austin Williams (ex-Shane, “One Life To Live”).

Young Actor 12 and Under: Tate Berney (ex-AJ, “All My Children”), Robbie Tucker (Fen, “The Young And The Restless”) and Jake Vaughn (ex-Spike, “All My Children”).

Young Actress: Lexi Ainsworth (ex-Kristina, “General Hospital”), Haley Pullos (Molly, “General Hospital”) and Ellery Sprayberry (ex-Piper, “The Young And The Restless”).

Young Actress Ten and Under: Mackenzie Aladjem (ex-Miranda, “All My Children”), Lauren Boles (Ciara, “Days of our Lives”), Dannika Liddell (ex-Kathy, “All My Children”) and Danielle Parker (ex-Emma, “All My Children”).