Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Young Performer

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Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Young Performer (Actor/Actress)
Awarded forBest Performance by a Young Performer (Actor/Actress)
LocationLos Angeles, California
Presented byCritics Choice Association
First awardedJonathan Lipnicki for Jerry Maguire (1996)
Currently held byJude Hill for Belfast (2021)
Websitewww.criticschoice.com

The Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Young Performer (Actor/Actress) is one of the awards given to people working in the film industry by the Critics Choice Association at the annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards.

Winners and nominees[edit]

1990s[edit]

Best Child Performance (1996-2003)
Year Performer Character Film
1996 Jonathan Lipnicki Ray Boyd Jerry Maguire
1997 Jurnee Smollett Eve Batiste Eve's Bayou
1998 Ian Michael Smith Simon Birch Simon Birch
1999 Haley Joel Osment Cole Sear The Sixth Sense

2000s[edit]

Year Performer Character Film
2000 Jamie Bell Billy Elliot Billy Elliot
2001
[1]
Dakota Fanning Lucy Diamond Dawson I Am Sam
Haley Joel Osment David A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Daniel Radcliffe Harry Potter Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
2002
[2]
Kieran Culkin Jason "Igby" Slocumb Jr. Igby Goes Down
Tyler Hoechlin Michael Sullivan Jr. Road to Perdition
Nicholas Hoult Marcus Brewer About a Boy
Daniel Radcliffe Harry Potter Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
2003
[3]
Keisha Castle-Hughes Paikea "Pai" Apirana Whale Rider
Emma Bolger Ariel Sullivan In America
Sarah Bolger Christy Sullivan
Evan Rachel Wood Tracy Freeland Thirteen
Best Young Actor (2004-2007)
Year Performer Character Film
2004
[4]
Freddie Highmore Peter Llewelyn Davies Finding Neverland
Liam Aiken Klaus Baudelaire Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Cameron Bright Young Sean Birth
Daniel Radcliffe Harry Potter Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
William Ullrich Little Bobby Beyond the Sea
2005
[5]
Freddie Highmore Charlie Bucket Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Jesse Eisenberg Walt Berkman The Squid and the Whale
Owen Kline Frank Berkman
Alex Etel Damian Cunningham Millions
Daniel Radcliffe Harry Potter Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
2006
[6]
Paul Dano Dwayne Hoover Little Miss Sunshine
Cameron Bright Joey Naylor Thank You for Smoking
Joseph Cross Augusten Burroughs Running with Scissors
Freddie Highmore Max Skinner A Good Year
Jaden Smith Christopher Gardner Jr. The Pursuit of Happyness
2007
[7]
Ahmad Khan Mahmoodzada Young Hassan The Kite Runner
Michael Cera Paulie Bleeker Juno
Freddie Highmore Evan Taylor / August Rush August Rush
Edward Sanders Tobias "Toby" Ragg Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Best Young Actress (2004-2007)
Year Performer Character Film
2004
[4]
Emmy Rossum Christine Daaé The Phantom of the Opera
Emily Browning Violet Baudelaire Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Dakota Fanning Lupita "Pita" Ramos Man on Fire
Lindsay Lohan Cady Heron Mean Girls
Emma Watson Hermione Granger Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
2005
[5]
Dakota Fanning Rachel Ferrier War of the Worlds
Flora Cross Eliza Naumann Bee Season
Georgie Henley Lucy Pevensie The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Q'orianka Kilcher Pocahontas The New World
Emma Watson Hermione Granger Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
2006
[6]
Abigail Breslin Olive Hoover Little Miss Sunshine
Ivana Baquero Ofelia Pan's Labyrinth
Shareeka Epps Drey Half Nelson
Dakota Fanning Fern Arable Charlotte's Web
Keke Palmer Akeelah Anderson Akeelah and the Bee
2007
[7]
Nikki Blonsky Tracy Turnblad Hairspray
Dakota Blue Richards Lyra Belacqua The Golden Compass
AnnaSophia Robb Leslie Burke Bridge to Terabithia
Saoirse Ronan Briony Tallis, aged 13 Atonement
Best Young Performer (2008-present)
Year Performer Character Film
2008
[8]
Dev Patel Jamal Malik Slumdog Millionaire
Dakota Fanning Lily Owens The Secret Life of Bees
David Kross Young Michael Berg The Reader
Brandon Walters Nullah Australia
2009
[9][10]
Saoirse Ronan Susie Salmon The Lovely Bones
Jae Head Sean "S.J." Tuohy Jr. The Blind Side
Bailee Madison Isabelle Cahill Brothers
Max Records Max Where the Wild Things Are
Kodi Smit-McPhee Boy The Road

2010s[edit]

Year Performer Character Film
2010
[11][12]
Hailee Steinfeld Mattalyn "Mattie" Ross True Grit
Elle Fanning Cleo Somewhere
Jennifer Lawrence Ree Dolly Winter's Bone
Chloë Grace Moretz Mindy Macready / Hit-Girl Kick-Ass
Abby Let Me In
Kodi Smit-McPhee Owen
2011
[13][14]
Thomas Horn Oskar Schell Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
Asa Butterfield Hugo Cabret Hugo
Elle Fanning Alice Dainard Super 8
Ezra Miller Kevin Khatchadourian We Need to Talk About Kevin
Saoirse Ronan Hanna Heller Hanna
Shailene Woodley Alexandra "Alex" King The Descendants
2012
[15][16]
Quvenzhané Wallis Hushpuppy Beasts of the Southern Wild
Elle Fanning Ginger Ginger & Rosa
Kara Hayward Suzy Bishop Moonrise Kingdom
Tom Holland Lucas Bennett The Impossible
Logan Lerman Charlie Kelmeckis The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Suraj Sharma Piscine "Pi" Patel Life of Pi
2013
[17][18]
Adèle Exarchopoulos Adèle Blue Is the Warmest Colour
Asa Butterfield Andrew "Ender" Wiggin Ender's Game
Liam James Duncan The Way Way Back
Sophie Nélisse Liesel Meminger The Book Thief
Tye Sheridan Ellis Mud
2014
[19][20]
Ellar Coltrane Mason Evans Jr. Boyhood
Ansel Elgort Augustus Waters The Fault in Our Stars
Mackenzie Foy Murphy "Murph" Cooper Interstellar
Jaeden Martell Oliver Bronstein St. Vincent
Tony Revolori Zero Moustafa The Grand Budapest Hotel
Quvenzhané Wallis Annie Bennett Annie
Noah Wiseman Samuel Vanek The Babadook
2015
[21][22]
Jacob Tremblay Jack Newsome Room
Abraham Attah Agu Beasts of No Nation
RJ Cyler Earl Jackson Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Shameik Moore Malcolm Adekanbi Dope
Milo Parker Roger Munro Mr. Holmes
2016
[23][24]
Lucas Hedges Patrick Chandler Manchester by the Sea
Alex R. Hibbert Child Chiron / "Little" Moonlight
Lewis MacDougall Conor O'Malley A Monster Calls
Madina Nalwanga Phiona Mutesi Queen of Katwe
Sunny Pawar Young Saroo Lion
Hailee Steinfeld Nadine Franklin The Edge of Seventeen
2017
[25][26]
Brooklynn Prince Moonee The Florida Project
Mckenna Grace Mary Adler Gifted
Dafne Keen Laura Kinney / X-23 Logan
Millicent Simmonds Rose Wonderstruck
Jacob Tremblay August "Auggie" Pullman Wonder
2018
[27][28]
Elsie Fisher Kayla Day Eighth Grade
Thomasin McKenzie Tom Leave No Trace
Ed Oxenbould Joe Brinson Wildlife
Millicent Simmonds Regan Abbott A Quiet Place
Amandla Stenberg Starr Carter The Hate U Give
Sunny Suljic Stevie Mid90s
2019
[29][30]
Roman Griffin Davis Johannes "Jojo" Betzler Jojo Rabbit
Julia Butters Trudi Fraser Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Shahadi Wright Joseph Zora Wilson / Umbrae Us
Noah Jupe Otis Lort (12) Honey Boy
Thomasin McKenzie Elsa Korr Jojo Rabbit
Archie Yates Yorki

2020s[edit]

Year Performer Character Film
2020
[31][32]
Alan Kim David Yi Minari
Ryder Allen Sam Burdette Palmer
Ibrahima Gueye Momo The Life Ahead
Talia Ryder Skylar Never Rarely Sometimes Always
Caoilinn Springall Young Iris The Midnight Sky
Helena Zengel Johanna Leonberger / Cicada News of the World
2021
[33]
Jude Hill Buddy Belfast
Cooper Hoffman Gary Valentine Licorice Pizza
Emilia Jones Ruby Rossi CODA
Woody Norman Jesse C'mon C'mon
Saniyya Sidney Venus Williams King Richard
Rachel Zegler María Vasquez West Side Story

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