The Hunger Games' Josh Hutcherson and Chaz Bono were honored Saturday night at the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's (GLAAD) 23rd annual Media Awards in Los Angeles.

Hutcherson received the group's Vanguard Award for his gay advocacy.

The 19-year-old actor is an outspoken ally of the gay community, recording several videos aimed at gay teens with Straight But Not Narrow (SBNN) founder Avan Jogia.

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“Josh's commitment to achieving equality for every American is a message he carries in his work on screen and off, earning him the honor of being GLAAD's youngest-ever Vanguard Award recipient,” GLAAD President Herndon Graddick said in a statement.

Activists and author Bono, an outspoken advocate for transgender rights, received the group's Stephen F. Kolzak Award, which is given to a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender member of the entertainment community.

Previous Stephen F. Kolzak Award honorees include Wanda Sykes, Rufus Wainwright, Melissa Etheridge, Bill Condon, Todd Haynes, Alan Ball, Ellen DeGeneres, Sir Ian McKellen and Robert Greenblatt.

Bono also shared GLAAD's outstanding documentary prize with directors Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato for Becoming Chaz, the film that chronicles Bono's female to male transition.

Other winners were ABC's Modern Family for comedy series and Focus Features mature coming out drama Beginners for wide-release film.