A well-deserved honor!
Alyvia Alyn Lind, who portrayed young Dolly Parton in the TV movie "Coat Of Many Colors", was nominated for the Grace Award at the Movie Guide Awards.
The Movie Guide Awards, hosted by Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson, is an awards show that rewards the "best family-friendly movies and tv shows of the previous year." It was filmed two weeks ago, but aired on the REELZ channel on Monday night (Feb. 22).
According to the Movie Guide Awards website, the Grace Award For Television is awarded annually "to an actor or actress in a motion picture or television program who exemplifies God’s grace and mercy toward us as human beings through their outstanding performance."
Lind ultimately won the Grace Award For Television, and looked absolutely stunned by the honor.
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She shined as young Dolly Parton in Coat of Many Colors and the world agreed. A whopping 15.9 million viewers tuned into the premiere on December 10th. It did so well, NBC decided to re-air it on Christmas day and it dominated in all demographics and continued to gain viewers as the night went on.
Coat of Many Colors was also nominated for the $100,000 Epiphany Prize For Television, which according the the Movie Guide website, is "supported through a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, and is awarded to popular, entertaining movies and television programs that are wholesome, spiritually uplifting, inspirational, redemptive and moral. The two $100,000 Epiphany Prizes for Inspiring Movies & TV are awarded annually to the key men and women, who are responsible for the best wholesome, uplifting and inspiring movies and television programs."
Sam Haskell and Dolly Parton each won an Epiphany Prize for their work as Executive Producers of Coat of Many Colors.
Congratulations to everyone who worked on Coat of Many Colors! These are all well-deserved awards!
Coat of Many Colors recently announced it will be available on DVD on May 3rd!
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