GH's Dylan Cash (Michael) Stars on Judging Amy

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Dylan Cash Plays Foster Child on Judging Amy's Season Finale on CBS

HOLLYWOOD – In a dramatic role, Dylan Cash plays foster child James Garrison in the season finale of the CBS critically acclaimed drama JUDGING AMY. The episode entitled "Shock and Awe" will air on May 13, 2003.

Dylan Cash is an award winning actor who 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. He has a recurring role on the EMMY® award winning daytime drama GENERAL HOSPITAL and won a Young Artist Award for his compelling portrayal of Michael Corinthos, Jr. 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 THE 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!

JUDGING AMY is a one-hour drama starring Amy Brenneman as a single mother who has left New York behind and become a Family Court judge in Hartford, Conn. Judge Amy Gray, divorced and raising her young daughter, lives with her very opinionated mother, Maxine (Tyne Daly). JUDGING AMY, based on the real-life story of Brenneman's mother, is about three generations of women living together as they confront the personal and professional dilemmas in their changing, challenging lives.

PRODUCED BY: Barbara Hall/Joseph Stern Productions, in association with CBS Productions and Twentieth Century Fox Television

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Barbara Hall, Joseph Stern, Amy Brenneman, Connie Tavel, Hart Hanson