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Montana Jacobowitz

Montana L. Jacobowitz is an actress, singer-songwriter, musician, dancer, and advocate.  Montana takes pride in her efforts to bring attention to homelessness, education issues, bullying, abuse, climate change, and many other trending social issues.  As a singer-songwriter and musician, Montana has opened for notable actors and musicians.  One of her most memorable plays that she wrote at the age of seven-years old is about her brother Arizona who is autistic, called My Brother Arizona.  Currently Montana has written four original songs: Let Me In, Ask Me Why I Cry, Reckless, and The Things I've Done.  Montana' has been recognized by the Diamondnique Productions: Inaugural Youth Actors Awards, the Young Entertainer Awards, and the Young Artist Academy™ Awards with a total of 10 wins and nominations.

Young Artist Academy™ Awards
2021 Best Performance in a Streaming Series Role: Teen Actress - Nominated
2021 Best Performance in a Short Film Role: Teen Actress - Nominated 
2020 Outstanding Vocalist - Winner
2020 Best Performance in a Streaming Series - Teen Artist - Nominated
2020 Best Performance in a Short Film - Teen Actress - Nominated 
2020 Outstanding Music Single - Nominated
2020 Outstanding Influencer - Nominated

Young Entertainer Awards
2020 Best Young Actress - Music Video - Winner
2020 Best Music Single - Nominated
2020 Best Young Actress - Short Film - Nominated 

Academy Activity

41st Young Artist Academy™ Awards


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