GH's Dylan Cash Wins Young Artist Award!


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Young and talented.


Dylan Cash (Michael, GH)HOLLYWOOD, March 31, 2003  Dylan Cash won the 2003 Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Young Actor Age 10 or Under in a Television Series, Comedy or Drama at the 24th annual Young Artists Awards. Dylan received the award for his compelling performance as Michael Corinthos, Jr. in the EMMY® Award-winning daytime drama GENERAL HOSPITAL on ABC. The awards ceremony was held on March 29, 2003 in Hollywood. The Young Artist Awards recognizes young artists under the age of 18 in television, motion pictures, theater and music.

The other nominees in this category were: Patrick Allen Dorn (THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, CBS), Luis Armand Garcia (THE GEORGE LOPEZ SHOW, ABC), Demetrius Joyette (DOC, PAX), Charlie Stewart (LIFE WITH BONNIE, ABC) and Austin Majors (N.Y.P.D. BLUE, ABC). A complete list of winners and nominees is available at http://www.youngartistawards.org/noms24.htm

Dylan Cash made his television debut at 4 years old on the CBS hit family comedy show KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS. He charmed host Bill Cosby after emphatically announcing he was going to be a movie star!

Dylan is now 8 years old and already has numerous credits. In addition to his award winning work on GENERAL HOSPITAL he guest starred on SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH, FAMILY AFFAIR, MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE on Fox and Lifetime's THE DIVISION.

Dylan made his feature film debut in ALL YOU NEED with Kellie Martin. He recently filmed BAD SANTA with Billy Bob Thornton and director Robert Zemeckis cast Dylan in the animated feature POLAR EXPRESS produced by and starring Tom Hanks. The film is a screen adaptation of the beloved children's book of the same name written by Jumanji author Chris Van Allsburg. 

The declaration Dylan made just 4 years ago, to Bill Cosby is well on its way to coming true!  Soapdom.com congratulates Dylan on his achievement in winning this award!   Way to go Dylan. :o)

GENERAL HOSPITAL is an EMMY® Award-winning series and the longest-running daytime drama on the ABC Television Network.