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Daytime Emmy AwardsEdit

The Daytime Emmy Awards were introduced in 1974, previously awards for outstanding performances for actors on daytime drama's were handed out at the Primetime Emmy Awards.

Individuals with 10 or more nominations:

ACTOR CHARACTER/SERIES #
Susan Lucci Erica Kane, All My Children 21
Peter Bergman Jack Abbott, The Young and the Restless 18
David Canary Adam/Stuart Chandler, All My Children 16
Heather Tom Katie Logan Spencer, The Bold and the Beautiful/Kelly Cramer, One Life to Live/Victoria Newman, The Young and the Restless 15
Anthony Geary Luke Spencer, General Hospital 14
Kim Zimmer  Reva Shayne, Guiding Light 11
Jeanne Cooper Katherine Chancellor, The Young and the Restless 10
Susan Flannery Stephanie Forrester, The Bold and the Beautiful/Laura Horton, Days of our Lives 10
Michelle Stafford Phyllis Summers Newman, The Young and the Restless 10

Individuals with 5 or more Wins:

ACTOR CHARACTER/SERIES #
Anthony Geary Luke Spencer, General Hospital 7
Justin Deas Tom Hughes, As the World Turns/Keith Timmons, Santa Barbara/Buzz Cooper, Guiding Light 6
Erika Slezak Victoria Lord, One Life to Live 6
David Canary Adam/Stuart Chandler, All My Children 5
Jonathan Jackson Lucky Spencer, General Hospital 5
Heather Tom Katie Logan Spencer, The Bold and the Beautiful/Kelly Cramer, One Life to Live/Victoria Newman, The Young and the Restless 5

Drama SeriesEdit

For a complete list of nominees please see Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series.

General Hospital has won this award the most times with 11 wins. The Young and the Restless has the most nominations with 32.

  • 1979: Ryan's Hope - Claire Labine (Executive Producer), Paul Avila Mayer (Executive Producer), Robert Costello (Producer), Ellen Barrett (Producer).
  • 1982: Guiding Light - Allen M. Potter (Executive Producer), Leslie Kwartin (Producer) and Joe Willmore (Producer).
  • 1983: The Young and the Restless - William J. Bell (Executive Producer), Wes Kenney (Executive Producer), Edward J. Scott (Producer).
  • 1984: General Hospital - Gloria Monty (Executive Producer).
  • 1985: The Young and the Restless - William J. Bell (Executive Producer), Wes Kenney (Executive Producer) and Edward J. Scott (Producer).
  • 1986: The Young and the Restless - William J. Bell (Executive Producer), Wes Kenney (Executive Producer) and Edward J. Scott (Producer).
  • 1989: Santa Barbara - Jill Farren Phelps (Executive Producer), Steve Kent (Supervising Producer), Charlotte Savitz (Producer) and Julie Hanan Carruthers (Producer).
  • 1990: Santa Barbara - John Conboy (Senior Executive Producer), Jill Farren Phelps (Executive Producer), Steve Kent (Senior Supervising Producer), Charlotte Savitz (Supervising Producer) and Julie Hanan Carruthers (Producer).
  • 1991: As the World Turns - Laurence Caso (Executive Producer), Kenneth L. Fitts (Supervising Producer), Christine S. Banas (Producer), David Domedion (Producer) and Lisa Anne Wilson (Coordinating Producer).
  • 1993: The Young and the Restless - William J. Bell (Senior Executive Producer), Edward J. Scott (Executive Producer), David Shaughnessy (Supervising Producer) and Nancy Bradley Wiard (Coordinating Producer).
  • 1994: All My Children - Felicia Minei Behr (Executive Producer) and Terry Cacavio (Supervising Producer).
  • 1995: General Hospital - Wendy Riche (Executive Producer).
  • 1996: General Hospital - Wendy Riche (Executive Producer) and Julie Hanan Carruthers (Senior Supervising Producer).
  • 1997: General Hospital - Wendy Riche (Executive Producer) and Julie Hanan Carruthers (Senior Supervising Producer).
  • 2000: General Hospital - Wendy Riche (Executive Producer), Julie Hanan Carruthers (Senior Supervising Producer), Carol Scott (Producer), Lisa Levnson (Producer), Marty Vaghts (Coordinating Producer) and Shelley Curtis (Consulting Producer).
  • 2003: As the World Turns - Christopher Goutman (Executive Producer).
  • 2004: The Young and the Restless - William J. Bell (Executive Producer), David Shaughnessy (Producer) and John F. Smith (Producer).
  • 2005: General Hospital - Jill Farren Phelps (Executive Producer).
  • 2006: General Hospital - Jill Farren Phelps (Executive Producer).
  • 2010: The Bold and the Beautiful - Bradley Bell (Executive Producer).

DirectingEdit

For a complete list of nominees visit Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Direction.

The Young and the Restless has won this award the most times with 13.

  • 1974: Days of our Lives
  • 1975: Another World
  • 1976: One Life to Live
  • 1977: Ryan's Hope
  • 1978: The Young and the Restless
  • 1979: Ryan's Hope
  • 1980: Ryan's Hope
  • 1981: General Hospital
  • 1982: General Hospital
  • 1983: One Life to Live
  • 1984: One Life to Live
  • 1985: Guiding Light
  • 1986: The Young and the Restless
  • 1987: The Young and the Restless
  • 1988: The Young and the Restless
  • 1989: The Young and the Restless
  • 1990: Santa Barbara
  • 1991: Santa Barbara
  • 1992: Another World
  • 1993: As the World Turns
  • 1994: Guiding Light
  • 1995: All My Children
  • 1996: The Young and the Restless
  • 1997: The Young and the Restless
  • 1998: The Young and the Restless
  • 1999: The Young and the Restless
  • 2000: The Young and the Restless
  • 2001: The Young and the Restless
  • 2002: The Young and the Restless
  • 2003: All My Children
  • 2004: General Hospital
  • 2005: General Hospital
  • 2006: General Hospital
  • 2007: As the World Turns
  • 2008: One Life to Live
  • 2009: One Life to Live
  • 2010: General Hospital
  • 2011: The Bold and the Beautiful
  • 2012: General Hospital
  • 2013: The Bold and the Beautiful
  • 2014: One Life to Live

WritingEdit

For a complete listing of nominees see Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing.

Guiding Light and Ryan's Hope have won this award the most times with 6.

Lead ActorEdit

For a complete list of nominees see Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor Peter Bergman has been nominated the most times in this category with 18 (17 for Jack Abbott on Y&R and 1 for Cliff Warner on AMC). Anthony Geary has the most wins with 7.

Lead ActressEdit

For a complete list of nominees see Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress

Susan Lucci (Erica Kane, AMC) has received the most nominations in this category with 21. Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord, OLTL) has the most wins with 6.

Supporting ActorEdit

For a complete list, see Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor.

Justin Deas (for his roles as Tom Hughes, ATWT/Keith Timmons, SB, Buzz Cooper, GL) and Jerry Ver Dorn (Ross Marler, GL) have the most nominations in this category with 7. Justin Deas has the most wins with 4.

This category was introduced in 1979.

Supporting ActressEdit

For a complete list of nominees, see Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress

This category was introduced in 1979.

Heather Tom has received the most nominations in this category for each of the soap opera roles (Victoria Newman, Y&R/Kelly Cramer, OLTL/Katie Logan Spencer, B&B). This category is notable in that only three actress are duplicate winners - Julia Barr (Brooke English, AMC), Nancy Lee Grahn (Julia Wainwright, SB & Alexis Davis, GH) and Gina Tognoni (Dinah Marler, GL).

Younger ActorEdit

For a complete list of nominees, see Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor

This category was first introduced in 1985. Jonathan Jackson (Lucky Spencer, GH) has received the most nominations with 6 and the most wins with 3.

Younger ActressEdit

For a complete list of nominees, see Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress.

This category was first introduced in 1985. Heather Tom (Victoria Newman, Y&R) has received the most nominations with 8. Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget Forrester, B&B) and Jennifer Landon (Gwen Munson, AMC) have the most wins with 3 (both consecutively).

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