Patti LuPone & D'Monroe Among Travolta Family Award Winners

The Golden and Silver Icon Awards presented annually by Travolta Family Entertainment have been announced for 2006-2007 in Entertainment, Food, Fashion, Automobile, Travel, Technology/Electronics, and Leisure.

Big winners in the entertainment categories include Zack Snyers's film 300 winning best dramatic film and best action film. Disney's "Hannah Montana" and star Miley Cyrus won for best new comedy and best child role model, respectively.

Other winners include Charlie Seen as best actor for "Two and a Half Men" with child actor Angus T. Jones picking up a supporting actor award on the same series.

D'Monroe (Rent) and Patti LuPone (Sweeny Todd) were among the winners in the Broadway categories.

Music awards include honors for Carrie Underwood (Arista), James Blunt (Atlanta Records), J.P Louis (Among Friends Records), and Evanescence (Wind-up).

Humanitarian awards went to Presidential candidate Barack Obama and NBA Chicago Bull Loul Deng.

Fashion award winners include: Brooks Brothers, Louis Vuitton, Vera Wang, Victoria Secret, Stacey Adams, Levis, Tony Lama, Movdo, and Nike.

Radio personality honors went to "Mac Jurko & Harry" (WMVP-AM) and Paula McKay (WCSR-FM).

Travolta Family Entertainment has represented the interests of select, premier members of the Travolta entertainment family since 1992 in areas including management; public relations; film, television, stage, and music performance; audio recordings; literary publishing; music publishing; theatrical production; concert promotions; choreography and directorial services; product endorsements; health, beauty, fashion, accessory, and novelty products and services; media bookings; public appearances; motivational speaking engagements; and other related products and services.

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