November 10, 1999
Hollywood does some YoungStar gazing
The fourth annual YoungStar Awards honored the best film, TV and music performances by 6- to 18-year-olds. More than 500 people attended this year's show held Sunday night at Universal Studios Hollywood and hosted by Donny Osmond and Melissa Joan Hart.
For portraying high school eccentric Max Fischer in "Rushmore," Jason Schwartzman was honored as best young actor in a comedy feature film. Rachael Leigh Cook was named best young actress in a comedy feature film for "She's All That."
"Simon Birch's" Joseph Mazzello and "Stepmom's" Jena Malone took home the top acting awards in the dramatic feature film categories.
Haley Joel Osment was voted best actor in a miniseries or made-for-TV movie for his role in the CBS' "Cab to Canada."
The best actress in a miniseries or made-for-TV movie award went to Leelee Sobieski for her starring roll in CBS' "Joan of Arc."
"The Sopranos' " Robert Iler (Anthony Soprano Jr.) and Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Meadow Soprano) were named the best young actor and actress in a drama TV series.
Sitcom players Zachery Ty Bryan ("Home Improvement") and Mila Kunis ("That '70s Show") were named best young actor and actress in a comedy TV series.
Britney Spears was named the top young recording artist for " Baby One More Time."
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