“Star Wars” actress and “Cherry Blossoms” star Eliza Taylor is an “iconic” actress who plays a character on a television series and film, according to Entertainment Weekly.
“Cheryl Blossom,” who played Blossom in the hit TV show, was featured in the May 6 issue of the magazine, which is the first time the actress has been featured on an issue of EW.
“The Cherry Blossom” actress was recently named as an upcoming recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts’ “Gifted Child” award, which recognizes “talented, gifted children.”
The award recognizes children who have “a positive impact on society.”
Taylor was nominated for the “Gift Child” honor in 2010 and in 2017.
“I am so honored to be recognized by the N.E.A.,” Taylor told Entertainment Weekly in an email.
“It is a fantastic honor to be included in their “GIFT Child” recognition, and I will be very proud to be the first N.F.A. alum to be a recipient.”
The N.O.A., which funds arts-related projects and scholarships, awards the award annually to children who “significantly contribute to the development of the arts and arts education,” according to its website.
The awards honor “talents and gifted children who create a positive impact in the lives of their communities,” the N,E.C.A.’s website says.
The award is made up of $50,000 and was given out to children under 18 years old for outstanding academic achievement.
Taylor was honored in 2017 for her work on the television series “Candy and Butter,” which also featured Blossom.
Taylor starred in “Camelot” as Princess Celestia, and starred in a 2015 episode of “Frozen” as Elsa.