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VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Josh Feldman Updated Interview With Alexisjoyvipaccess At The EOTM Awards!

12 Aug
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 Whether it be welcoming in the Christmas holiday with some adorable pups in the movie “Santa Paws 2”; or starring in an upcoming zombie movie (yikes!) – the talented actor, Josh Feldman is always such a great pleasure for viewers of all ages to watch both on the big and small screens! Not only is Josh Feldman’s talent recognized by his many, many fans from all over – but his talent has also been recognized at many honorable and prestigious award shows including the EOTM Awards, the Young Artist Awards and more!! Josh Feldman is definitely one terrific actor!!

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had a magnificent time catching up with and interviewing the awesome Josh Feldman again at the 1st Annual EOTM Awards on August 4, 2013! Josh Feldman dished exclusively to Alexisjoyvipaccess all about his EOTM Awards nomination, his upcoming projects including a zombie movie he just booked, and much more! Hear what the excellent actor Josh Feldman had to say in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview below! Thanks for another amazing chat, Josh!

Check out my updated VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview with the fantastic Josh Feldman below!

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VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Actor Josh Feldman Exclusive Interview With Alexisjoyvipaccess At The Young Artist Awards

16 May
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Some adorable pups get ready for their close-up and ticket to stardom in the “Santa Paws” movies. So, I have a question for all of you? Have you seen the movie, Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups that was released not too long ago? (Loved it, didn’t you?) If so, then you’ve seen the great actor- Josh Feldman exhibit his talent in the movie as “Carter Reynolds”. Josh Feldman does a magnificent job in any project he partakes in and has gain himself recognition for his other roles such as in the video short, “The Sleepover”, “Insidious”, “General Hospital” and lots more! Josh Feldman has a natural flair for acting!

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had a wonderful time interviewing the awesome actor Josh Feldman at the 34th Annual Young Artist Awards. Josh Feldman dished exclusively to me about what it was like working with the super cute dogs on Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups, his nominations, and more! Thanks for the amazing interview, Josh!!

Congratulations to Josh Feldman on his Young Artist Award win for “Best Performance In A TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot (Leading Young Actor)!!

Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview with the terrific Josh Feldman below!

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VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Who Won At The 34th Annual Young Artist Awards? Find Out Here!

10 May
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Each year, the renown Young Artist Awards makes the stars align for multi-talented, young actors and actresses; and gathers them together in recognition of all their accomplishments in the work they have done and continue to do. Another successful year has passed, and another list of nominees have been announced. All of the nominees are winners in their own way with everything they’ve accomplished at such a young age and will do in the future. I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had the honor and great pleasure of covering the 34th Annual Young Artist Awards, so continue to stay tuned for VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interviews with nominees, presenters and winners from the magnificent event!

Below are the list of winners from the 34th Annual Young Artist Awards! A big congratulations to all the winners and nominees on such a prestigious award and recognition!

A DAY FOR WINNERS AT THE YOUNG ARTIST AWARDS
 
 
STUDIO CITY, Cal. — It was a day of winners as child and teen stars gathered Sunday (May 5) to honor those considered the best young actors and actresses in motion pictures and television. Coming from all parts of the United States and Canada, they celebrated both their wins and nominations for work done in 2012.  The occasion was the 34th Annual Young Artist Awards held this year by the non-profit organization at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City.
 
Taking home honors for their work in 2012 were:
Leading Young Actor in a Feature Film: Tom Holland for The Impossible.
Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film: A tie. Kathryn Newton for Paranormal Activity Four and Quvenzshane Wallis for Beasts of the Southern Wild.
Young Actor 10 and Under in a Feature Film: CJ Adams for The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
Supporting Young Actor in a Feature Film: A tie. Robert Capron for The Diary of a Whimpy Kid: Dog Days and Austin MacDonald for Jesus Henry Christ.
Supporting Young Actress in a Feature Film: Savannah Lathem for California Solo.
Supporting Young Actor 10 and Under in a Feature Film: Sebastian Banes for In The Family.
Supporting Young Actress 10 and Under in a Feature Film: Isabelle Allen for Les Miserables.
Young Ensemble Cast in a Feature Film: Diary of a Whimpy Kid: Dog Days.
Young Actor in an International Feature Film: Antoine Olivier Pilon for Les Pee-Wee 3D (in French from Canada).
Young Actress in an International Feature Film: Alice Morel-Michaud for for Les Pee-Wee 3D (in French from Canada).
Young Actor in a Short Film: Connor Beardmore for When I Grow Up, I Want to be a Dinosaur.
Young Actor 11 and 12 in a Short Film: A tie. Christian Trauemer for Borero and Dawson Dunbar for A Strange Day in July.
Young Actor 10 and Under in a Short Film: Nicholas Neve for A Sunflower.
Young Actress in a Short Film: Jolie Vanier for Hello, My Name is Abigal.
Young Actress 11 and 12 in a Short Film: Paris Smith for Scouted.
Young Actress 10 and Under in a Short Film: A tie. Katelyn Mager for When I Grow Up, I Want to be a Dinosaur and Hannah Swain for Geronimo.
Leading Young Actor in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot: A tie. Josh Feldman for The Sleepover and Sean Michael Kyer for Anything but Christmas.
Leading Young Actress in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot: Kyla Kenedy for Raising Issie.
Supporting Young Actor in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot: Valin Shinyei for Christmas Miracle.
Supporting Young Actress in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot: Eliza Faria for The Christmas Consultant.
Leading Young Actor in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): Blake Michael for Dog With a Blog.
Leading Young Actress in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): A tie. Savannah Paige Rae for Parenthood and Torri Webster for Life With Boys.
Supporting Young Actor in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): Tyree Brown for Parenthood.
Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama): Alisha Newton for Heartland.
Guest Starring Young Actor in a TV Series: A tie. Shak Ghacha for Touch and Joey Lutham for Kickin’ It.
Guest Starring Young Actor 11-13 in a TV Series: Mateus Ward for Weeds.
Guest Starring Young Actor 10 and Under in a TV Series: Bruce Salomon for Emily Owens MD.
Guest Starring Young Actress 17-21 in a TV Series: Erin Sanders for The Fresh Beat Band.
Guest Starring Young Actress 14-16 in a TV Series: Isabella Palmieri for Good Luck Charlie.
Guest Starring Young Actress 11-13 in a TV Series: Annika Horne for Army Wives.
Guest Starring Young Actress 10 and Under in a TV Series: Charlotte White for Private Practice.
Recurring Young Actor 17-21 in a TV Series: Brock Ciarlelli for The Middle.
Recurring Young Actor in a TV Series: Marten Holden Weiner for Mad Men.
Recurring Young Actor 10 and Under in a TV Series: Rory and Declan McTigue for Boardwalk Empire.
Recurring Young Actress 17-21 in a TV Series: Frederique Dufort for Unite 9.
Recurring Young Actress in a TV Series: A tie. Addison Holly for My Babysitter’s a Vampire and Kiernan Shipka for Mad Men.
Young Actor in a Daytime TV Series: Daniel Polo for The Young and the Restless.
Young Actress in a Daytime TV Series: Samantha Bailey for The Young and the Restless.
Young Actress 10 and Under in a TV Series: Brooklyn Rai Silser for General Hospital.
Young Ensemble in a TV Series: The Neighbors.
Young Actor in a Feature Film Voice-Over Role: Charles Tahan for Frankenweenie.
Young Actor in a TV Voice-Over Role: A tie. Zach Callison for Sofia the First:Once Upon a Princess and Jake Sim for The Magic Hockey Skates.
Young Actress in a TV Voice-Over Role: Caitlin Carmichael for Doc McStuffins.
Young Actor in a DVD Film: A tie. Ryan Hartwig for The Aggression Scale and Brandon Tyler Russell for Smitty.
Young Actress in a DVD Film: Jordan Van Vranken for After the Wizard.
Young Actor Web Performance: Luke Broyles for Up In Arms.
Young Actress Web Performance: Ariel Fournier for Beyond the Spotlight.
Young Actor in Live Theater: Matthew Nardozzi for Lyle the Crocodile.
Young Actress in Live Theater: Camden Angelis for Web Totally Amp’d.
For more information check the Young Artists web site at www.youngartistawards.org

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