As the World Turns, Mick Hazen (Parker) and General Hospital’s Hayley Pullos (Molly) were big winners at Sunday night’s presentation of the 31st Annual Young Artists Awards presented in Studio City, California. Hazen won in the category for Best Performance in a TV Series by a Recurring Young Actor 14 and over. Mick won last year in this category as well. GH’s Pullos, took home honors for Best Performance in a TV Series by a Recurring Young Actress. A complete list of winners is available at the award show’s website. Congrats to our young soap stars!
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1 April 12th, 2010 ATWT’s Hazen and GH’s Pullos win big at Young Artists Awards!
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