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20th Annual Faith & Values Awards Prepare To Honor

Most Inspiring Performances of 2011

 

Media scholar Ted Baehr, executive producer of the 20th Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala, announced today the contenders for the Grace Awards for Most Inspiring Movie & TV Performances in 2011.

 

 

Heading the list of movie contenders (in alphabetical order for each person) are:

 

Robert Amaya (COURAGEOUS)

Justin Bieber (JUSTIN BIEBER:  NEVER SAY NEVER)

Jim Carrey (MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS)

Jessica Chastain (THE TREE OF LIFE)

Sam Claflin (PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN:  ON STRANGER TIDES)

Viola Davis (THE HELP)

Robert Duvall (SEVEN DAYS IN UTOPIA)

Nathan Gamble (25 HILL)

Anthony Hopkins (THE RITE)

Alex Kendrick (COURAGEOUS)

Dennis Quaid (SOUL SURFER)

Martin Sheen (THE WAY)

Anna Sophia Robb (SOUL SURFER)

Kevin Sorbo (SOUL SURFER)

 

 

The television contenders (alphabetically, by person) include:

 

Kirstin Dorn, (A CHRISTMAS WISH)

Sean Faris (THE LOST VALENTINE)

Laurence Fishburne (MITCH ALBOM’S HAVE A LITTLE FAITH)

Sam Heughan (A PRINCESS FOR CHRISTMAS)

Katie McGrath (THE LOST VALENTINE and A PRINCESS FOR CHRISTMAS)

Julie Mond (LOVE BEGINS)

John Rhys-Davies (KJB:  THE BOOK THAT CHANGED THE WORLD)

Gary Sinise (“Indelible,” CSI:  NY)

Kristy Swanson (A CHRISTMAS WISH)

Betty White (THE LOST VALENTINE)

 

The Grace Awards are given to the best, most inspiring performances in movies and television to the actors who best show God’s grace and love toward us as human beings.

 

The contenders are being whittled down to the top three nominees in each category. Dr. Baehr will announce the two winners Friday night, Feb. 10, at the 20th Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala at the Universal Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Calif.

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